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Pine Pantry Cupboard #3: Face frame, and a little assembly

05-28-2017 04:44 AM by bandit571 | 2 comments »

See IF I can get caught up here… Top of the face frame while clamped up…..someday, I will have shorter clamps…Hard hat area! Test fit the top webframe, as well.. Down at the bottom, I did find a few shorter clamps….bottom webframe sitting there, out of the way…. Now the cussing can begin. One man shop, with barely enough room for my fat body…...and I am dancing around with this “thing” that is an inch taller than I am, and over ...

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Building a 25' Ply on Frame Cabin Cruiser #12: Beginning the c/l installation

05-28-2017 02:57 AM by AlTriolo | 0 comments »

I’m not sure why I only took one photo. There are 13 frames plus the transom and stem. I trimmed about 11 of those. Pre-cutting the groves really helped! The spacers did too. I will not complete port side before beginning starboard. To help keep everything in line, I will work side to side as I move forward. I’ve also learned that it’s A LOT easier to bend the wood for a 25.5’ boat than for a 14’er. The curves are not as pronounced. I still need the clamps though...

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Stanley 51/52 Shooting Plane #1: I am now the proud owner of this rare plane

05-28-2017 02:15 AM by Pjonesy | 8 comments »

I have just acquired this quite rare Stanley 51/52 Shooting Plane in very original if a little rusty condition.It is my intention to clean the plane up to make it usable again, so I can use it in my model making. I really like using hand tools as much as possible when making models, I think it gives me much greater control and accuracy. Does anyone know where I can get an original hold down bracket with wing nut, washer and cup head bolt. I have acquired a non original bracket but an o...

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Another Yard Sale Score

05-27-2017 11:24 PM by handsawgeek | 0 comments »

I’m very happy to be back on the Spring yard sale circuit again!This time I found this nice little smoother for five bucks. There is no indication of the manufacturer – it just has “Made In USA” on the sole.Overall it’s in pretty good shape. Unlike other planes I have found at yard sales, the blade on this one is still reasonably sharp.Time for me to ‘Git to Fettlin’ !! Cheers…

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #1835: Finding a Balance

05-27-2017 01:35 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 2 comments »

It seems like just about every morning I intend on writing a blog, and then I get distracted. By the time things settle down, it is usually too late to write a post. I suppose it is just part of the business growing, and that is a good thing. I do, however, miss talking with you all and sharing what I am creating with you. I feel odd only posting when we have an update and we have new patterns. It makes me feel like I am only here part-time and I miss out on visiting with you all. I hope to b...

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How to Generate YouTube embed codes and add a video to your post

05-27-2017 11:21 AM by woodshaver Tony C | 12 comments »

Code Generator http://www.gorissen.info/Pierre/files/YouTube_code.htm. . Open the code generator and past your copied partial URL in the top field There are 4 choices to copy. I just choose the top one. Click on the code and it should highlight (blue), then right click and choose copy. Now go to your Lumberjocks page and right click in the area that you type you project description and past the code there. Then click Preview to see it it worked for you. .. . ItR...

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Building a Bandsaw Fence #3: The end

05-27-2017 04:07 AM by Rick M | 7 comments »

Not much interest in this so I’ll wrap it up. It’s done other than paint is drying. At some point I’ll put templates up on my personal blog (link in sig). If some future person comes along and is interested and I haven’t put them up yet, just send me a message. That’s blue tape on the sides. The top will be blue, the sides natural. And yes, my brush sucks. Tomorrow I’ll buy a new one and hopefully get a better finish. #ibuilditblue

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sunburst railing build

05-27-2017 12:40 AM by patron | 11 comments »

USB building code calls for no more than 4” space in railings so babies don’t get caught thru them make a disk that sizestart by finding center to top and bottom railsand mark disk edges (lightly) from the centered disk make board at least 1” longer than overall railing top and bottom distanceand lay board edge to disk edge markand bottom rail center line mark 1 1/2” on side of both ends (opposite corners)and connect with straight lineand cut there making ...

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The Anarchist's Anarchist Tool Chest

05-26-2017 09:22 PM by clperdue4342 | 3 comments »

Yes, there’s supposed to be two “anarchists” in the title… I’ve read a bit about the anarchist’s tool chest. I started with a tool chest similar to the common anarchist’s tool chest, though at the time I didn’t know I was an anarchist. I thought I was just a guy with a wood box with tools that mattered to no one but me. And of course this all started before the internet; even before The New Yankee Workshop aired. So, before the anarchist̵...

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Woodworking Skills & Stuff: #8: Make a board look THICKER without changing the end-grain appearance!

05-26-2017 03:35 PM by StumpyNubs | 6 comments »

Make your lumber look THICKER with this board thickening technique! (Click here to make a board longer too.) View on YouTube Subscribe to Stumpy Nubs Woodworking Journal- our free monthly digital magazine, and WIN FREE TOOLS!

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