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Making A time tracking application with excel #2: Scott's Time tracker part2

07-28-2016 05:53 AM by ScottM1 | 2 comments »

Making a time tracking application in excel part2 Follow along with me and learn how you can make a time tracking application in excel.In this video, we will be declaring and setting public variables that will allow us to use them throughout the project. If you have not downloaded the workbook be sure to click on this dropbox link so you can follow along.`If you are not familiar with variables and variable scopes then. Be sure to check out Trever Easton’sVideo on variables here VBA ...

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #1751: On the Sixth Day of Christmas . . .

07-27-2016 04:51 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 4 comments »

As most of you are going through probably the hottest time of the year, I am here in Nova Scotia humming Christmas carols to myself and working on Christmas ornaments. Things are going just as I planned. Many of you know that I have been working on a year-long project of creating no less than six sets of Lynne Andrew's "12 Days of Christmas" ornaments (you can purchase the pattern book here: Christmas Blessings Pattern Book – or come and join our Facebook page dedicat...

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Taliesin Desk Build - How's and Why's #4: Time to make some sawdust

07-26-2016 06:30 PM by EarlS | 3 comments »

I don’t have any 8/4 or 12/4 to make the legs and side aprons. Online 12/4 X36 square blanks are very expensive ($40 on Rockler) plus most of them are glued up. So I decided to make them from existing 6/4 and 4/4 stock. When the changes were made, I needed roughly 20 BF of 4/4 and 20 BF of 6/4 cherry for the legs, side aprons, various stretchers, as well as the drawer fronts and the back rail. I also needed some 5/4 square walnut spindles and some 4/4 square walnut spindles. The 4/...

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Marine Corps Naval cannon project #6: Another boring adventure.

07-26-2016 01:57 PM by Trapper brandenburger | 2 comments »

Today I finished up mortising the crossmember in and bored them for all thread. (Thanks for the tip tblank). I also routered a groove in the elevation platform for the elevation wedge to slide on. Then I did a dry fit of everything. I have a few other things to do on this project but I should be able to start glueing tomorrow! Elevation platform and wedge. Here I am marking the main runners for boring be taping this all thread thru my crossmember. Time to test fit! Front Rear

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Dave Talks #5: Dave builds and installs a Shop Vac shelf.

07-25-2016 07:15 PM by dbhost | 6 comments »

https://youtu.be/iDz9S17_GD0 A very basic simple solution to a pretty interesting problem.

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Router Table Build #7: Back Table

07-25-2016 04:48 PM by bkseitz | 0 comments »

Between other projects I managed to get a little progress on Router Table build this weekend. Glue up of back table sections to hold box join and other jigs Cutout of dust collection port and install Rockler Dustright fittings Cut and size back table sections—still need to route MDF to accept t-track for hold downs and extend fence guide rails Taking a tip from Stumpy again and mounting tool walls to keep moist often used items close at had [Not Rockler this ti...

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Marine Corps Naval cannon project #5: Fitting hardware and mortising out crossmembers.

07-25-2016 01:21 PM by Trapper brandenburger | 3 comments »

It doesn’t seem like it but I put in a long day and got a lot done. I put the main runners together and fit the hardware. Then measured again and did some layout work. I was then able to cut the cross members. Once I had that done I started to cut out the main runners to accept the crossmembers. These will be all threaded as well as glued. Any members have any tips for boring thru main runners and cross members? The paint turned out really nice.

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Entertainment Center #2: Cabinent #3 Carcass

07-25-2016 01:03 PM by bkseitz | 0 comments »

Downstairs entertainment center project proceeding fairly well though the shop is still a cluttered mess of in process projects and storage (typical move something to move something to be able to work story, though things are improving). I cut and assembled carcass for cabinet #3. Though I have a mistake to fix ;-) Original Project Sketches I’m not a Sketch-up user for my woodworking projects. Guess I’m still old school. I prefer a quad pad and pencil or a white board durin...

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Rocking Chair #1: Finally starting the chair build

07-25-2016 07:01 AM by cwdance1 | 11 comments »

I bought plans and DVD from Charles Brock, it was a Christmas gift from my wife. Not having much woodworking experience and almost no furniture experience I have been slow to start this project. After watching the DVD several time it was time to start this. The seat is the first thing to build and start carving on.

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #1750: Making Do

07-25-2016 05:10 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 6 comments »

Having limited means can completely shut some people down. For others, it serves as a challenge – not only to meet, but often to be completely conquered. For them, having less doesn't mean giving up, but trying harder and often coming out of the situation even better than expected. It can be surprising what one can accomplish with a bit of determination. I grew up with limited means. My parents were divorced when I was very young (at a time when 'divorce' was neither co...

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