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Getting into Fan Carving... Mary May and Woodcraft lessons from Andrew Teixiera

12-20-2014 10:19 PM by xraydav | 0 comments »

Well I have been quite about carving as there as little interest in my last post, but my confidence is growing and I wanted to do another post. Been working on carving fans both from Mary May’s online school or carving and a course i took at Woodcraft in Walpole MA with Andrew Tiexiera. The fans are all of period American furniture.

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Round Kitchen Counter Project. #2: Page 2

12-20-2014 09:56 PM by Jeff | 4 comments »

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Round Kitchen Counter Project. #1: Rough Framing, Counter Top Progress

12-20-2014 09:37 PM by Jeff | 2 comments »

Not really going to get into much detail unless some of you have questions, mainly just going to post pics for those who like seeing projects in progress and ultimately a finished project. a lot of woodworking in this series so stay tuned if you want to see what I hope to be a really neat kitchen. :-) Most of this should be self explanatory, but just to highlight: wood eating counter, concrete counter tops, antiqued off white cabinets with some brick around the stove area. Large Pic ...

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Just some planes restored #29: Chaplin's Improved Hand Plane

12-20-2014 09:36 PM by Don W | 10 comments »

More picture and info here.

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Trouble shooting closed contour issue in ecabinets

12-20-2014 07:31 PM by ScottM1 | 3 comments »

Hello everyone. Here is a video on how to trouble shoot issues in ecabinets part editor.Check it out and let me know what you think. Here is the link.

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Trivets for Xmas #2: Quick finish

12-20-2014 04:58 PM by siavosh | 0 comments »

Simple little trivets for xmas make nice simple little gifts from scraps and a great warm up project (man, am I rusty).The nice thing is I can bundle the beams together, and putting them together in their inter-laced locking pattern needs no glue and might be a bit a brain teaser at first for the receiver. Happy holidays!

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Thorsen House Cabinet #5: Finalising the carcasswork

12-20-2014 04:54 PM by EläväPuu | 0 comments »

Hi everyone – this post is more of a basic check-in than a large amount of progress. The build date on this project is still not set purely because I have other projects of higher priority. Specifically, I have a Gamble House dining room table and chairs to build. So anyway. This project will be pushed along through the design process whilst that one is playing out with perhaps a degree of crossover on when it will happen. Perhaps spring 2015? Based on my observations of the original...

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Working title - LLB #8: Closing Time

12-20-2014 12:40 PM by BritBoxmaker | 5 comments »

Just a short blog as there’s not much left to do. I need to cut the slots to accept the bottom. The end stop is cunningly sized so that the sides with legs don’t foul it. Slot 1.6 mm deep. Final tape up ready for gluing and glued up (PVA) with the top taped on (but obviously not glued) to maintain the box shape whilst drying. Next time you see it will be when I’ve taken the top edges down a bit with 600 grit (they are razor sharp at the moment...

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12-20-2014 12:15 PM by Wildwood | 4 comments »

Chuck basics! No, do not need a chuck to turn any things you can make on a lathe. On every woodturning message board questions about lathes, turning tools, and chuck major topics. No doubt a chuck does make life easier, but will not really make you a better woodturner. Like the article says you can pay a little or a lot for a woodturning chuck and walk you through chuck basics. I disa...

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Make a 3D Christmas Tree Puzzle on the Bandsaw

12-20-2014 06:18 AM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

I have enjoyed my new bandsaw greatly. It was a great addition and there will be many more project coming off of it. This time I am making a small Christmas Tree Puzzle that is 2 levels high. The materials cost is extremely low because you can use a scrap 2×4. This project can get the kids involved or you can hog all the building fun for yourself. The approximate size of the the is 6″x3″x 1 1/2″. After a little paint it can go to the kids to give them some fun times. Click here for the vid...

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