Holy Cats! It’s gonna happen! I’ve been accepted as a participant in my first public show and sale! It’ll be at a place called “Bench” up in Omaha on May 16th. For an Old-Guy-Who’s-Been-Around-Some,it’s kinda weird how excited yet apprehensive I am about this. OK, so it’s not the Durham or Joslyn Museum gallery, but it’s pretty cool. They bill themselves as “a public woodworking shop, co-working space and artisan hub”, sort ...
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Just trying to gather up what I have left and get a game plan together. The bench has been in quasi use as I finish the vises up but the vises are going to be necessary for a few of the projects I have on board so the quicker I can finish these up and get them in use, the better! Something tells me they’ll be the toughest parts though. 1. Lower Brace – needs cut and holes bored 2. Wagon pieces – are cut but not assembled /holes drilled. 3. base block /wedge 2 – cut...
Handles attached. Fitting battens for the lid. The lid with battens attached with drywall screws. The lid has been glued and screwed and is resting on the end caps. This one is all done except for the diagonal batten. Diagonal batten fitting well. Top all finished!
In this video I will show you how you can create two macros or subroutines that will look at the edge banding and inset columns to see if any edge banding or inset carvings exits. If not then it will prompt you to hide or not hide these columns.I will also show you how you can handle any errors that can pop up if the macro is executed twice. Here is the link check it outhttps://youtu.be/AIxl3pvRP0Y
I needed a new size of Pinch Sticks for an upcoming project, so I filmed how they were made. Pinch sticks are an easy to use and reliable tool for assuring that your assemblies are square during glue-up.
I just added the second coat of stain on my cabinet. I used special walnut stain. I’m gonna finish it up with two coats of semi gloss poly.
Here is a link for the conference table. http://www.scrollsawvillage.com/blog/26/entry-55-cigar-factory-furniture-part-1/ http://www.scrollsawvillage.com/blog/26/entry-56-cigar-factory-furniture-part-2/
Been viewing videos on how to install kitchen cabinets.I am old school, When I started we built the bottom ones, then built the top ones in house. This is what we were taught at cabinet school.Few years later I built cabinets in my shop then took them to the house and installed them. Once again I always installed the base cabinets, got them level, then used a jig to hang the uppers. I set the jig on top of the lowers, as the lowers were already leveled it was LESS work to hang the uppers. One...
Super excited about the deal I got today! So what did I find this morning as I went to a few Estate sales? An awesome 6” Delta Rockwell Jointer with a 3/4 hp motor. I have been wanting a jointer, but did not have the funds to go out and buy something new. I didn’t want a desktop jointer, reviews seems mixed, and I do not have room for a larger floor model. This is the perfect size for what I am doing right now. I know it does not look that great, but I really like these old ...
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