I’m starting to design my table saw cabinet and needed to modeled up my pipe clamps. If anyone want’s .iges data of it, shoot me and e-mail and I’ll share it. Actually, I’d like to post it here but I don’t know how.
How to use a KerfmakerOk, many asked me this question, and I have seen it again and again on LJ. If you need to find out how to make one, you can see my Kerfmaker 'Brass'n wood'. Another fun gadget is the tenonmarker:http://lumberjocks.com/projects/39236 I’ll try to explain, as well as I can, feel free to ask questions if I do not make myself clear (I’m only human): Collect what is needed, in this case a base stock and two thinner side stocks, and of course a Kerfmaker...
simple but cool… http://lifehacker.com/5640327/how-to-build-a-diy-wooden-hard-drive-enclosure
Hello fellow lumberjocks. Thank you for all the comments and advice you guys gave me on my first post last week. To answer few of the questions that I got asked is I do build the complete bunk bed or loft bed whatever the customer ordered. Then after they are done either the customer picks up or I deliver the bed to them. I do it both ways. It just depends if the customer can pick it up or they live to far away to pick it up so then I deliver it. Besides that this last week has been kin...
I got all of the important things I needed to get done yesterday. That was a good thing. I still have a list of so many things that still need to be done too though, and I am continuing on today. I am however, going to get to the scroll saw and get some cutting done. I have been working on an order for something on the side and I am determined to finish cutting it today. It’s funny how little time I get to spend ‘in the shop’ or actually physically cutting. When I st...
I am pleased to announce the availability of my new book about the work of Charles and Henry Greene. Greene & Greene Furniture: Poems of Wood & Light provides a fresh perspective on the houses and furniture of the well-known California architects. While not explicitly a woodworking book, Poems of Wood & Light presents their work through the eye of a woodworker with an emphasis on influences and details that help define their style. There are numerous photos that reveal previous...
Well , Had friday off, so planned to spend my whole 3 days in shop mostly and relaxing,had a buddy coming over to help me tile my bathroom floors, while cleaning the bathroom out of everything because i also made a new vanity to install, not wanting to go upstairs with all the bathroom stuff, i ducted across the hall into my 2 oldest boys room and leaned over to place them on the desk, a drop of water smacked my neck, turnin upward , and there was my detour, ceiling bowing hard with drops fo...
Hello All, Today the blog is back to normal (for almost everyone). There was an issue for one of my readers, who has a router which flagged my site last week during the hacking debacle. She has had trouble getting back to my site ans her router continues to block it. If any of you fine LJ folks are having troubles, it may be something similar. As for writing the blog, it was nice to not be railing against the evil hacker. I am moving on an continuing with my ikebana building. It is...
This past weekend my wife was nice enough to forgo her own hobby to watch our daughter and I got about 8 hours in the garage to work. I’m desperate to get as much done on my jointer as possible because as you can see, it is completely stealing my wife’s parking spot (but it is shinier than the car!). I’m going to try and explain the processes I went through while providing before and after. Sorry the shots aren’t from a consistent angle. I didn’t really...
After a new fence install on the TS today I decided to move my shop equipment for a better workflow. So basically cleared out some room in the garage bay so that I could get the planer and jointer side by side so I don’t have to move them all the time, and moved the TS across the room. I think I will like this set up better even though I will have to stretch a hose from the DC over to the TS while I see if this set up will be fairly permanent. If so then will have to go over head ...
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