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Workshop Development #22: Ripping the rotted masonite off, adding the Hardie siding...

04-25-2011 03:33 AM by dbhost | 4 comments »

It’s been a busy weekend. I managed to rip off the old rotting pine and Masonite siding and trim from around my garage doors, and replaced it with products from James Hardie. I also was finally able to properly install both 5” louvered vent ducts for the air conditioning. I still need to replace the semi-round trim, caulk and prime it all up, install the door gaskets, and paint. I started caulking, and very quickly ran out of caulk…. My trip home from work tomorrow wi...

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Very simple tray - Bandeja muy sencilla

04-25-2011 02:24 AM by Marpintero | 1 comment »

This is my first blog. Dedicated to all who post blogs and learn them well. Thank you for sharing your experiences!Este es mi primer blog. Dedicado a todos los que postean blogs y de los cuales tanto aprendemos. ¡Muchas gracias por compartir sus conocimientos y experiencias! To see photos of the finished tray:Para ver las fotos de la bandeja terminada:http://lumberjocks.com/projects/47808 Preliminary Considerations- The use of plans for this project is expressly prohibited. Let the eyes...

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Wedding Clock #3: Making Panels

04-25-2011 12:31 AM by kenn | 3 comments »

It’s time to glue up the panels that are needed. I’m making a frame and panel as the back of the clock that will consist of 2 panels stacked on top of each other, held in place by the 3 horizontal rails and 2 vertical stiles. So I’ll need 2 panels for the back. Here’s one of those. Note the carpenter’s triangle that I use to keep the parts aligned. I have already glued the bottom two pieces together but we’ll walk through the rest of making this one. ...

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air filter #1: what a letdown

04-24-2011 10:40 PM by patron | 54 comments »

i was going to do a tool reviewbut by the time i got this runningi was ready to burn itand sell the shop maybe move to a retirement homeand watch TV on thorazine i bought this air filter from harbor freightmodel #91393.i turned it on and promptly knew it was going to trip the breaker turn out the squirrel cage was rubbing on the housingin 9” it was 3/8” open on topand tight on the bottom i took the vent offand heard the holding nuts fall inside the unitand with pry bar an...

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Homemade antikwax

04-24-2011 09:47 PM by Napoleon | 10 comments »

This evening i have made my own antikwax. Dark,nice and cheap :) I know an old furnituremaker wich i have made some old locks for. it started out with he had a closet were the lock was gone. It was a couple of hundred years old so he could not get it by Ruko,Abloy and so on :D So i made a couple for him,and during that time he tought me some small tricks and he still is and this is one of theme. So the other day i was in an very old paintstore in the middel ...

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Making an ancient bucket MaFe #11: The binding (back in business or solving the Gothic knot)

04-24-2011 09:44 PM by mafe | 21 comments »

The bindingback in business or solving the Gothic knot! Ok Mike, I’m back, was actually afraid the willow would be useless now, but I put them in a bag of water, and they even started to make roots… Hmmmm, øhhhhhh, baaaaa. Someone help me!!! Ok, if I close my eyes and try really hard… First take a knife and divide the willow branch in two.It might sound easy but it takes concentration, and that you take full control of the knife. Take the branch and bend it...

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found some nice fiddleback

04-24-2011 08:21 PM by stockmaker | 2 comments »

Was in the woods cutting on a trees i bought and got some more pics to share. all cut 3in thick plus. sorry to torture you,super stretch dan, lol

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Spring weather ( AGAIN ! )

04-24-2011 08:12 PM by Doug Scott | 2 comments »

Maybe Ware you live , but in Michigan we are going to look for it again. I feel for the folks the have been ravaged with Tornadoes. Our prayers go out to you over the Holiday that are put out of their homes. We are just glade their haven’t been that many lives lost . We don’t want to forget the people in Japan that have been through a lot,KEEP ALL THEM IN OUR PRAYERS THIS HOLIDAY.

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Table Saw Rebuild #4: Adding A Mobile Base to the TS.

04-24-2011 06:05 PM by Hersh | 3 comments »

Well here I go again adding additional improvements to the TS. Since I want the ability to move tools around the shop as needed I needed to add a mobile base. I came accross this design in “Shop Notes, Vol. 20, Issue 115. I like the way it works. It is easy to use and rolls around very nicely. At this point it has only one draw back. Until solve the sawdust collection promblem the sawdust falls directly down to the large plywood wings. Keep that in mind as you look at these pictu...

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Museum Microscope Box Conservation

04-24-2011 05:18 PM by BritBoxmaker | 11 comments »

Hi there. About a year ago I posted this as a restoration project. After some discussion with Jenny, our Museum administrator, it turns out that it wasn’t restoration she was after but conservation. There is apparently a difference. Restoration. Returning the item to as close as possible new condition. Conservation. Arresting the decay/ decline of an object and securing its condition so that it doesn’t deteriorate any further. So here are some before and after conservatio...

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