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Dutch Tool Chest Build-a-long #2: I've got some planin' to do

02-27-2017 04:32 PM by Brian Gulotta | 0 comments »

After a couple of days in the shop, I have the main case and shelf pieces dimensioned and ready to rip in half to the best of my abilities. Assuming all goes reasonably well with that I will be ready to start on the dovetails and dado for the shelf here in a day or so. Wish me luck!

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Mahogany Shop Dust Extractor / Air Filter

02-27-2017 04:14 PM by heldercruz100 | 0 comments »

View on YouTube As we all know woodworking involves a lot of sanding, and that makes a lot of dust in the air. So yesterday I found an old extractor, it was from my growroom but still works. I made a box with joinery, painted the fan black and as usual gave it a mahogany finish, I think it makes a nice contrast, what do you think??

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Woodshop Confessions #12: Shop Update and a few announcements!

02-27-2017 11:40 AM by Mike Merzke | 0 comments »

Hey guys and gals! I just posted another video on my channel. Its a quick shop update and wanted to pass on a couple announcements to include a giveaway. You can watch it here!

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02-27-2017 09:44 AM by kiefer | 3 comments »

Our friend KOC GOLF took the time to do this model for us and I would like to thank him for this You can also find the video I made of the build here:

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Oahu Guitar Restoration #2: Removing the Back

02-27-2017 08:39 AM by Lemongrasspicker | 0 comments »

Video entry is here The first step on this long project is to remove the back of the guitar. The reason we are doing this is two fold, there is a tremendous amount of work that needs to be done to both the back, sides, and top of the guitar. If we were to try to do the level of work that is required through the soundhole we would be far too tedious and would end up with a poorer result. Removing the back allows me extremely easy access to all ...

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Sheoak Block No. 1 #1: W I P - Sheoak Block

02-27-2017 02:46 AM by BobWemm | 5 comments »

My over the road neighbour was very kind to me and bought back two lumps of Sheoak, Casuarina ?? for me to play with.I first split off the heart piece that was only half the depth of the block and made a little bottle for my Vietnam Vet Buddy who visited on Saturday.There was quite a lot of sapwood on this piece and it worked out that this was the safest mounting option, however it would have been good if I could have mounted it more securely, as I could have cored out a c...

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Router Cabinet #2 #1: Motivation & Research

02-26-2017 10:45 PM by edwood1975 | 7 comments »

I built a router cabinet and table about 2 years ago and it’s simply a must have tool in my shop . Although it was one of my first shop projects I did a decent job on it but the design failed in a few ways . You can see my first router cabinet here : The other day I was I was wheeling it and 2 of the casters fell off , I used the casters that you insert into a leg, the leg cracked and out came the caster. I also built my own table using MDF and that began to sag where the route...

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Giving the boys some exercise on some new wood

02-26-2017 04:29 PM by Mike54Ohio | 3 comments »

Some new wood arrived today for upcoming projects and I thought it was time for some of my kids to get some exercise. So I broke out the no 5 and no 4 for a little curling and shaving work. I am not totally sure what projects the wood will end up as, except initially a couple cutting boards I promised some relatives recently. I got some cherry, curly cherry, walnut, hickory and jatoba. All nice stuff-looking forward to playing around with it soon.

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Daves Workshop #8: Finally got the shop clean, ran into a snag fixing the portable air conditioner.

02-26-2017 01:59 PM by dbhost | 0 comments »

Finally got the shop clean, working on fixing the A C. When I ran into a problem. How do I fix this? Sorry I am posting from mobile and I haven’t figured out how to get the embed code to work right from mobile.

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Oneida fan blade pattern #1: ???

02-26-2017 09:05 AM by Patternguy | 5 comments »

Most people who visit “Lumberjocks” know who Oneida is and might enjoy some pictures I have of a 15” fan blade pattern i made a while ago. The problem is, the pattern is being machined out of a big chunk of aluminum and I have no desire to try violating the subject posting rules of this outstanding web site. I would share them though if anyone would like to offer a suggestion ass to how to do so. Hopefully, Oneida’s marketing department would not have an issue...

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