LumberJocks

LumberJocks Woodworking Blogs

  • Advertise with us
View halfacre's profile

Intarsia , an easier way #1: I use all the same piece of wood instead of lots of different types of wood.

12-02-2016 06:20 PM by halfacre | 7 comments »

These pictures are in my pictures under halfacre if these don’t open. The pictures I used for these intarsia thingies are all from wifes stained glass patterns. They can be found on google somewhere. Before you put the pattern on the wood. First apply clear packing tape to the wood. Then spray the packing tape with spray glue, maybe called temporary spray adhesive, hobby lobby, Walmart, then apply the pattern on to the glue. Then after all the pieces are cut out the tape ...

Read this entry »


View Dennis Zongker's profile

Carving a Life Size Statue #5: Detailing the Hands, Arms, Face, and the Torso

12-02-2016 03:38 PM by Dennis Zongker | 12 comments »

It’s been awhile since my last blog on carving Jesus, the reason is it takes forever to carve in the details on his 6’-2” frame. Carving in the details is my favorite part of carving, it takes longer only because I’m being very cautious not to make a mistake. Plus it would be sad to see a grown man cry for a two week period. lol Here are a few pictures of detailing the Hands, Arms, Face, and the Torso. of the Crucifixion of Jesus. Next I’m starting on the S...

Read this entry »


View BigYin's profile

rolling steel drum tool chest

12-02-2016 12:06 PM by BigYin | 3 comments »

Hi All found this on you tube a steel drum roller tool chest https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I4aPna_Xvk

Read this entry »


View HappyHowie's profile

Lidded Boxes #2: It's A Bowl

12-02-2016 04:42 AM by HappyHowie | 0 comments »

I have three additional wood blocks that are sized so I can make lidded boxes. I also have four blocks that I can turn into small bowls. I began today to with the bowls. I started the turning projects by using my epoxy bottle to glue on a screw chucks. The first block I started with I noticed that I had some movement. For safety reasons I took it off my lathe so I could attempt to anchor it better with my epoxy glue. I will check its strength tomorrow. I have turned the second block ...

Read this entry »


View bj383ss's profile

Woodshop/Garage MK II #2: Cabinet Surgery and relocation Part 1

12-02-2016 03:09 AM by bj383ss | 2 comments »

The first thing to do in my rearrange is to relocate these 2 cabinets. I spent several nights early in the week emptying them out. They held spray can bombs and automotive parts and chemicals. All of that has been relocated to the auto cabinets on the back wall. I found a new place for all the jigs on top too. Forgot to take a picture of it. The problem is they are going to the shed but I am having to do some surgery on them and basically cut the top portion of the cabinets off. These ...

Read this entry »


View Lalen's profile

Mixer StandDrawing

12-01-2016 06:19 PM by Lalen | 5 comments »

So my mom’s been talking about putting a stand for her heavy, kitchen aid mixer at the end of her kitchen counter. I thought i might be able to build something so we collaborated on the design to fit the space. I drew it in Sketchup Some new adventures for me… 1. getting good tight miter corners on the framing of the top.. Outside board will be 5.5” to look like a very thick top.2. 4 side tapered leg. (time to build a tapering jig for my table saw)3. mo...

Read this entry »


View tom2627's profile

Delta 735 Planer #1: Great Holiday Price ... First Impression

12-01-2016 04:46 PM by tom2627 | 2 comments »

Guys I THOUGHT I WOULD PASS THIS ON. AMAZON IS ADVERSISING THE DEWALT 735 WITH THE INFEED OUTFEED TABLES AND SPARE SET OF BLADES FOR 499. IVE BEEN WANTING ONE FOR SOME TIME. WENT TO MY LOCAL DEALER AND THEY MATCHED THE PRICE. YESTERDAY I RAN A BUNCH OF WALNUT AND 100 YEAR OLD MAMPLE. MY FIRST IMPRESION IS THIS MACHINE IS GREAT. NO SNIPE AS REPORTED BY SOME OTHERS..HAPPY GUY!

Read this entry »


View Paul Bucalo's profile

Woodworking on a Half-Shoestring #89: Breathing is Optional on a Good Day in the Dungeon

12-01-2016 01:37 PM by Paul Bucalo | 7 comments »

Note to self: “Wear the mask! Wear the mask! Wear the mask!” Yes, a blatant rip-off of the scene in the movie Armageddon, when the amateur stargazer screams at his wife Betty to “Get the book! Get the book! Get the book!” I spent quite a few hours in the dungeon workshop yesterday without a mask on. I went to bed with a dry, rasped throat and woke up with the same, plus sinus congestion and a mild headache from the pressure. Popping some meds and wearing a mask t...

Read this entry »


View DylanC's profile

DIY Waxed Canvas Tool Roll #4: Getting the Canvas Ready

12-01-2016 05:02 AM by DylanC | 1 comment »

With my wax recipes prepared, I turned my attention to testing them out on some canvas. Somewhere I had read that the easiest place to get inexpensive canvas wasn’t at the fabric store, it was in the paint department at your local home improvement store. So I took a trip to the nearest big orange box and picked up a “heavy duty” 6’ x 9’ 10 oz. canvas drop cloth for $14. It’ll work for testing, but it feels a little bit lighter than what I am thinking the...

Read this entry »


View lew's profile

Turned Kitchen Scoops

12-01-2016 02:03 AM by lew | 12 comments »

So I’m down to making gifts for the nurses at my doctor’s office. I rarely visit the office for a “Sick Call” but I do take care of their computers. It’s always an inconvenience for the nurses when I have to interrupt their routines, so I try and make up for it by making each of them a little something every year. My sister gave me this idea a couple of years ago when she gifted me a turned scoop and I’ve been meaning to make some ever since. I had some ...

Read this entry »


« prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 4775 next »
47745 entries


DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user.

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

HomeRefurbers.com