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Workbench #4: Demolition!

03-11-2011 05:49 AM by yuri | 3 comments »

Well, I did some more progress… or may be regress!Finally, I got to demolition point. Yes, you are reading it right, DEMOLITION!The life circle of my previous bench comes to the end. It performed it’s mission well and now it is time to give birth to a new beast. As you can know am going to reuse my old bench top. See what I got. little bit more: that is the rest of the old bench, looks gaunt, but it was sturdy! I laminated one more layer of 3/4” plywood...

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Weekend Work A Coming!!!

03-11-2011 05:45 AM by GreenNewbie | 1 comment »

Excited about this weekend. I’m going to start working on making two of the Woodsmith Shop Peg Board storage shelf/cabinet. But, the more exciting part is hooking up my dust collector to some tools for the first time. I know my wife will be a lot happier with most of the saw dust not on everything in the garage :) Also, the other day I decided that I will be making both of my daughters a dresser. Should be a lot of fun to design and build!!!

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Kreg Precision Fence on Rikon 14" Deluxe Bandsaw

03-11-2011 05:00 AM by GregD | 6 comments »

I thought someone might like to see how I attached a Kreg Precision Fence to my Rikon 14” Deluxe Bandsaw. The Kreg fence rail bolts to the infeed edge of the table. Unfortuantely, on the Rikon the slot for changing the blade comes out to the infeed edge of the table and is blocked by the Kreg fence rail. Rather than attach the rail directly to the table, I attached it to a length of 1-1/2” x 1/8” extruded aluminum angle. The extruded aluminum is then attached to the...

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Chippendale Cabinet Project #9: Two For One With Some More Scrolling

03-11-2011 04:36 AM by William | 7 comments »

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My hand made tools / shop accessories #1: Making a scratch stock / beading scraper (part 1)

03-11-2011 03:04 AM by JasonD | 6 comments »

My next major project (and first furniture project) is a coffee table for a friend’s surprise wedding present. The coffee table design is my own and includes beads on a few different parts…..buuutttttttt I don’t have a scratch stock or beading tool…YET… Materials used:scrap hard maple1/4”-20 thumb screw (1-1/2” long)an old cross cut saw blade I’ve never threaded wood before, so I wanted to take a “test run” on a piece of scrap ...

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First update, glues and wood

03-10-2011 11:32 PM by RTosto | 3 comments »

To be updated later

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Youtube Partnership- A Happy Day

03-10-2011 09:37 PM by AlexHarris | 11 comments »

Todays a good day, I while ago I applied to youtube for a partnership, I had been waiting for a long time by now. The day after I joined Lumber Jocks I was accepted… YAY! I’m not superstious in any way but Lumber jocks seems to be having a good effect on my woodwork and everything else to do with it. For those who havn’t check out my channel it is: http://www.youtube.com/user/TeenWoodworker On top of the good news about my partnership acceptence today I recie...

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Another load of mesquite logs

03-10-2011 09:27 PM by Mesquiteman | 4 comments »

Here is the most recent load of logs that I bought. They are all velvet mesquite from the north west side of Tucson. Nothing big, most of the logs are 4-6 feet long 12-14 inches wide. I cut one of the logs right when I got to my mill to see the color of the wood. Mesquite color is usually different depending on the soil the tree came from. As you can see from the picture these logs will yield some red mesquite.

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2011 Roubo Workbench for the Outdoors #1: The concept.

03-10-2011 08:50 PM by Will Mego | 7 comments »

http://willmego.com/outdoors/2011/03/10/2011-workbench/So having promised my Mom a workbench for doing some stone carving, I’ve decided I’ll make myself a decent-sized (read: massive and hundreds of lbs) Roubo style workbench, connecting the thick solid top with massive unglued mortise and tenons in order to be able to knockdown the bench for winter storage…because…it’s gonna be an OUTDOOR Roubo. That’s right, all weather workbench! Either marine spar or even bar top finish to provide “weathe...

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Restoring Hand Planes.. My methods #8: Complete restore of my Stanley #5 Jack Plane w finished pics

03-10-2011 08:47 PM by Dan | 6 comments »

Here is yet another one of my plane restorations. I don’t have a before picture of this plane because it is actually a mix of 3 different Stanley jack planes. I was restoring 3 of them at the same time and I mixed and matched the parts on them. I believe this one to be a type 11. The only thing to note about the restoration of this one thats different from the others I posted is that I did my first handle repair. The Rosewood handle on this plane was broke in two pieces when I got it...

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