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Drawing a corner cabinet with 1/4" left and right backs and a 3/4" center back in eCabinets

10-26-2016 03:02 PM by ScottM1 | 1 comment »

Drawing a corner cabinet with a ¼” left and right back and a ¾” center back in eCabinets.Have you ever wanted to draw a corner cabinet in eCabinets with a ¼” left and right back and a ¾” center back?Well, in this video I will show you how you can do this.Be sure to like share and comment Subscribe → can also follow me on:Facebook→→

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Quoridor board: How to (quick & dirty)

10-26-2016 01:11 PM by Picklehead | 0 comments »

A fellow Lumberjock requested more info on how I made my quick & dirty Quoridor board. After sending him the info, I figured I might as well post it here. It’s been almost a year since I made the board so I hope my memory is correct. Let me know if you have any questions and I’ll do my best to answer them. MAKING A QUORIDOR BOARD The overall width is determined by the size of the squares that make up the board plus the width of your blade. I made mine by allowing for extr...

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"A view through the wooden window" box in progress (2016)

10-26-2016 12:09 PM by FancyChip | 1 comment »

Thank you for looking!

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Photo Finish

10-26-2016 07:51 AM by robscastle | 7 comments »

I found a piece of engineered flooring of which I thought may be of interest. When I found it I was very rapped to find a piece of what I thought was burl veneer inlay. its a section of ply with a laminate face It was a bit dusty so I gave it a wipe down with a damp cloth and saw what I thought was white paint spots. It felt really smooth so I decided to use some 120 Grit to remove the “paint” spots. After the first sand it appeared the spots got worse. ...

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Vote for My Blog Please

10-26-2016 06:56 AM by Steve Good | 2 comments »

My Scrollsaw Workshop Blog is in the running for the Woodworker Guild of America Blogger Award. If you are familiar with my blog and think I deserve your vote then please click and vote. If you would like to visit my blog and check it out that would be great also. Thanks.

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Drill Press Station - Small Shop Challenge #1: Sketching Up

10-26-2016 02:50 AM by Mike_D_S | 4 comments »

I’ve been using the assembly/outfeed table from my other blog series for a while now and have been loving the versatility of the table. I’m kicking off phase 2 of the garage/shop organization project by cleaning up the back corner. Right now I have a wooden shelving unit in the corner holding a variety of smaller items and my mortiser. Packed in next to the shelving unit is a rolling tool chest that my drill press sits on. The tool chest blocks part of the shelving unit and ...

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Making The Very Small Wooden Hinge....part ll

10-26-2016 01:54 AM by DanielP | 6 comments »

After flattening and cutting to length the hinge “halves” are now ready for scoring and gluing. The scoring is to create a small channel as a guide for the drill bit. I was tilting my flat tooth saw blade to 45 degrees and running the pieces across just barely touching the blade. This works OK for getting down as small as a 1/16” pivot hole but I wanted to go smaller. The guitar supply place (name escapes me) carries a .023 wide 6” diameter blade for fret cutting gu...

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Trestle Table #22: Fixed My Fit by Deepening My Mortises

10-26-2016 12:30 AM by HappyHowie | 1 comment »

I really like that my work is reviewed by other woodworkers through the blog entries I make on my projects. Today was a good example of how someone helped me. My leg tenons were not fitting deep enough into the foot and cap mortises. I commented that I was going to trim the length of my tenons in order to have them sit better. Before I entered my shop I read a comment that was posted today in my blog. Jack cautioned me about cutting my tenons shorter. I appreciate that comment. It le...

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Making The Very Small Wooden Hinge

10-26-2016 12:26 AM by DanielP | 3 comments »

Lately, I’ve been somewhat evolving on the wooden hinge front by going with smaller hinges. I work out of my garage and don’t have a lot of space and so I work within these boundaries. These hinges have a .047 pivot hole and music wire that is .047 for the hinge. I do not have a band saw, planer, or jointer but do have a SS PCS tablesaw with which I resaw almost all wood for the first step to any project. Below is a picture of my router sled that I use to size, flatten a...

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The Disaster Project

10-25-2016 10:43 PM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 1 comment »

Sometimes projects don’t go as planned and you just have to go with the flow. This is exactly one of those projects! Subscribe to my channel for more weekly woodworking.

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