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my cousins project

10-11-2009 06:01 AM by jpc | 1 comment »

she did well on the explanation and things went great, but unfortunatly after lunch she had to be taken to the hospital in ambulance , she had a major asthma attack, but she is at home and fine now, and looking forward to her next project, thanks for looking and responding guys

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Look at that! #1: There is an empty spot just to the right of my Craftsman contractor's saw.

10-11-2009 04:48 AM by Bothus | 7 comments »

Good thing I won the ebay auction for this Delta Bandsaw. I won’t be able to pick it up until next Saturday. I won’t be able to work on it until I’m not with the Unisaw, but at least I know what my next project is going to be. Bothus

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Demo for woodturning club

10-11-2009 02:25 AM by jeffthewoodwacker | 9 comments »

I have managed to find the time to do several demonstrations for wood turning clubs this year. This is a demonstration that I did this week for the Tennessee Association of Woodturners in Nashville, TN. I demonstrated the Monster Hollowing Rig on an oriental box hollow form. Everyone enjoyed the demo and I had a good time doing it.

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Artisans International Television Debut #3: Custommade.com Announces Artisans of the Valley's EBRU-TV Feature

10-11-2009 02:13 AM by Eric M. Saperstein | 2 comments »

If you haven’t visited http://www.custommade.com yet now’s a good time/excuse … we’re mentioned on their blog site with a feature link to our EBRU-TV “Blank Canvas” international TV Debut! http://custommade.com/blog/ About Custommade.com: “Your Personal 24-Hour CustomMade Show. You’re probably here because like us, you know you can’t find one-of-a-kind craftsmanship in a strip mall. And like us, you realize that the best place to get unique furn...

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CARPENTER ANT DAMAGE TO OUR GAZEBO SHED ROOF #2: This is the completed new shed roof.

10-11-2009 12:05 AM by Dick, & Barb Cain | 16 comments »

I finally had some time today to post this. It’s been done a couple of weeks now.With the fresh snowfall, it’s a nice cool day to cuddle up to the computer. I got the new roof section to blend in with the gazebo fairly well. Some images:~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I finished the facia with 1 X 4 Cedar Now it’ll have to age with the rest of the building.

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Blockfront dresser5

10-11-2009 12:05 AM by TimF | 4 comments »

Hello again all. I got the beading done on the blades. ! ! After that I use an oversized bearing on a rabbeting bit to remove the material between the beading. Also I left some material on the dovetails. The only reason for that is I was afraid of tear out. ! ! I roughed out the drawer template the same way a I did the drawer fronts with a pattern cutting bit. But the drawer fronts have to follow the same contour as inside the beads. I just used the same rabbeting bit to take c...

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SNOW! So this is what Todd meant! Pics by BARB.

10-10-2009 06:27 PM by Dick, & Barb Cain | 27 comments »

Barb was all excited this morning, when she saw our first snow . So she went out with her little camera. Enjoy! Some of this mornings beauty.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The snow tried to extinguish this Flaming Bush. Half of our backyard. The other half. Our Bird feeder. Petunias, & Snow trying to compete. Let’s sit down, & enjoy the Morning.

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The American Craftsman WorkShop #14: Reorganizing the Shop - Finishing Up

10-10-2009 06:12 PM by Todd A. Clippinger | 10 comments »

Almost Done I only have a few things left on the list for this round of shop organization. I need to get the clamps hanging on the wall. At the moment they are just laying on the floor. Before this started they were standing, piled in a corner. It was difficult to access them or pull them out individually, but I cannot neglect them for one more day on the floor. This has been their temporary home while I finished the wall. I also need to hang the extension cords. I have a lot of ...

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Grips and stock.

10-10-2009 03:45 PM by JimKing201 | 4 comments »

Couple of old cheap guns I have had very bad plastic grips on the pistol and the gunstock was homemade out of pine and had broke.I carved the shotgun stock out of 8/4 cherry. Its not quite done yet. The grips for the pistol I carved out of scrap curly hardmaple. The guns are practically worthless so I thought I would ‘dress them up’ a little.

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If one writes a song can one post it here? #6: A Chance To Be

10-10-2009 09:30 AM by EzJack | 5 comments »

well you say how can you write such trashwhere did you goI’m sorryunfortunatelyit’s part of me too even if to find it the path you have to takeleads to long agoI’m a much better man nowI have to sayto the red light I no longer gono longer go the drinkI know nowwas not worth itthe loosenessnow that goesjust brings death man is just as responsibleboth must honor what lovemaking is forif not call it for what it is deathand nothing morenothing more the girls stillin ...

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