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Flocking #1: To Flock, or not...

09-16-2009 02:00 AM by dustyal | 3 comments »

To Flock or not to Flock that is the question:Whether ‘tis nobler of project to sufferThe slings and arrows of dedicated LJ’ers,Or to take arms against the sea of boxes,With the mitering of corners and maple keys;Ay, there be thy rub; perhaps ‘tis be the tung oil? Sorry for the poetic abuse. I won’t let it happen again. Mirror, Mirror in the lidWho be the fairest LJ’er of the Id?‘Tis not be that crusty DustyAl;Surely ‘tis be that crafty Karson fella,Exotic lumber and all. Woop...

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Davis and Wells Bandsaw

09-16-2009 01:24 AM by RBWoodworker | 3 comments »

I saw a listing for a Davis and Wells 20” Bandsaw on Craigslist for $1,000..I don’t know how to upload pictures here, but I wanted to see if anyone knew if this is a good deal or is it too old to be worth 1,000 bucks. I know Davis and Wells are no longer in business and parts would be hard to find, but I have also heard that they are built solid. This machine has a little rust on the table and could use a good cleaning, but otherwise looks ok..the owner said it works great and i...

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Flute tutorial (part 10)

09-16-2009 12:06 AM by Den | 1 comment »

Before you lathe your flute, you will want to measure from the SAC towards the mouth 1”1/4 (31.75 mm)(3.175 cm) you will also want to apply the same measurement to the TSH and measure towards the foot of the flute. you’ll need to mark that with a dark line so that when you lathe your flute you do not pass that line, and when you are done lathing your flute it should look like the diagram above. I usually plane my flutes on the lathe, I use several size planers to plane the sides ...

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HELP. plans wanted for log beds

09-15-2009 11:57 PM by midgefridge25 | 4 comments »

im lookin for plans for a log bed i cant find any one the net i like any ideas will help im not going to use it for a bed just need a idea of how the joints are made by hand not with a expensive tools

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Native Flute in the Key of F#

09-15-2009 11:55 PM by Den | 2 comments »

I though that you might enjoy a native flute of mine. This flute is in the key of F# with a 1” bore, and eagle claw sits on the block. The flute is make of Red Cedar and the mouth is buckeye.

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poker table

09-15-2009 11:55 PM by midgefridge25 | 0 comments »

Has anyone made a poker table with a rustic log look?

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Plans for log bed

09-15-2009 11:53 PM by midgefridge25 | 1 comment »

Hello, i was wanting sum plans for a log bed just to get ideas. im intrested in making a log bed for me and my bother. thanks any imput will help alot

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Whats the easiest way to make tenon joints??????

09-15-2009 11:51 PM by midgefridge25 | 3 comments »

hello everbody, i was wodnering whats the easisst way to make tenon joint for a log bed without expensive tools? thanks kyle

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Walnut Guitar #2: Fretboard

09-15-2009 10:09 PM by interpim | 2 comments »

I received an email stating that my truss rod was delayed in mail, so I cannot move as fast as I was expecting to on this portion. But it did give me a chance to go pickup a piece of maple for the fretboard and lay it out to give me the best look. The maple has a little curl to it, so hopefully once I get it polished out It will look real sharp with the contrasting walnut neck. Also, i have cut out blocks that I will start gluing up to create a radius-ed sanding block for the fretboard, ...

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Rendering Samples #1: renderings

09-15-2009 09:53 PM by cFurnitureGuy | 8 comments »

i have posted some of my quick rendering concpets i have done in the past… they arent the greatest renderings but i have so many projects going on i cant afford to spend too much time on the renderings themselves but it works i guess! i will post new ones from time to time!

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