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LJ friends and gifts. #21: Jamies two face knife ;-)

21 hours ago by mafe | 9 comments »

Jamies two face knifeperhaps the brother knife… Hi LJ’s, I have been offline for a while, had a wonderful summer, but ran out of energy at the end.As some of you know I have chronically pains and this combined with too much happening, kind of got me at the end (two sides).So I have been comfortably numb for a while (pale face)...Now I try to take little steps and let life run in the veins again and what is better than to share a little on LJ. As many of you know I visited my...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1385: Making Lemonade

22 hours ago by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 7 comments »

Thoughout my life, I have practiced and somewhat mastered the art of finding good in most anything. Even when something bad occurs, I have myself trained to try to find a positive slant in it. Some people call this 'optimism' and I suppose that is as good a word as any to describe my attitude toward life. I think it is a good habit to follow, as looking for something positive in a even a not-so-good situation often changes our entire disposition and more often than not, we surprise ou...

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paul frankl dressing table 5 #5: paul Frankl Dressing table.

1 day ago by andyboy | 1 comment »

http://youtu.be/hHsHyx9R7Js Not far to go now. Starting to look the part now!

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HFDC Dust Collector Optimization #2: HFDC Dust Collector Optimization - Cutting the TOP HAT pieces

1 day ago by Morton WoodWorks | 1 comment »

After a couple days away from the shop I was able to get back at it after work yesterday. Crazy but I am the most productive at 4:30 AM when I get home from my 12hr shift. Today when I started I had no idea how far I would get, but everything went very quickly. First off, I went to my scrap pile and found a sheet of 3/4” plywood for the main components and cut it into 4 – 2’ x 2’ pieces. After that I created a jig so that I could cut the circles on my table s...

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Furniture #8: Maloof Stool Raw finished

1 day ago by robscastle | 7 comments »

Here is the finished (as a blog) stool Once it came out of the clamps all the joints looked OK so it underwent 3 hours of sculpting and preliminary 80 Grit sanding. Followed by a good blast down with compressed air and an through examination of the joints was conducted. There are some gaps in the joints, knots and areas of the back rest needing filling so that will happen along with final series of finish sanding, a protective coat applied, and then posted as a project, so that ends ...

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Furniture #7: Maloof stool Rough Profile and glue up

1 day ago by robscastle | 3 comments »

The day started well.I read all the blog comments and replied accordingly. Thats about all that needs to be said about posting screwups. Stools seat work: After fixing the front profile and annotaing the template accordingly I set up for the seat area shaping.I fixed the base onto a saw horse and marked out the areas I was going to work on, the chalk lines were as accurate as I needed The tool I used was an angle grinder fitted with an Arbortech Turboplane. The first rough ou...

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Side project #4: More Flags

1 day ago by BJODay | 0 comments »

Because I opted for a smaller version of the US flag, I had lots of ping pong balls left over. So I decided to make an Irish flag. Then My wife protested until I told her I’d make her a Swiss flag, (Her pop emigrated from Switzerland). Now I have to get them hung up before my granddaughter visits. BJ

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The Stumpy Nubs Workshop #48: Homemade Router Boss/WoodRat/Leigh FMT router joinery machine

1 day ago by StumpyNubs | 8 comments »

In this episode we build the router jig of my dreams! Part one of two… It’s a great show, you might even laugh a little. (Friend us on facebook, follow us on Twitter, and visit the Stumpy Store to help support the show!)

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New shop build.

1 day ago by WalnutRidge | 3 comments »

My family and I moved recently, and with the move I lost my shop. (Heartbreaking I know). But the sun is on the horizon. In about 45 days a new shop build will begin. So hopefully I can remember to take pics and updates along the way. I’m having the building put up as well as concrete. But from there I will be doing the wiring (with the supervision of a friend who is way smarter than me. ) insulation, and sheeting. Also plan on having some outlets in the floor for table saw, planer, and...

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Bosch 4000 table saw fence adjustment

1 day ago by drnic | 3 comments »

I have the Bosch 4000 TS, my main saw. It came out of the box straight and true 6 years ago, but then the fence went out of alignment, a common problem. Another website had this technique: 1. raise blade all the way (saw unplugged of course)2. loosen set screws (2) on top of fence3. align fence to blade.4. tightens set screws5. re-check for parallel6. clean and wax all sliding parts between fence and table7. sand all “burs or scratches on table top (soft aluminum) Hope this help...

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