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New tools and upgrades #1: A new addition to my shop

10-11-2009 04:46 PM by DTWoodknot | 8 comments »

I just made a new addition to my shop I up graded my jointer. My old one is a 4” craftsman that was my Dad’s it is almost as old as I am, I think that the only reason I didn’t up grade sooner is because it was my Dad’s, but I final gave in and started looking on CL. after about a month of calling on jointers that I was interested in and being told “sorry I just sold it”, it happend I answered an add for a powermatic 6” long bed model 54A for $650.00 after doing a quick web search to see if it...

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Going to local shows. #2: Alternate Wood Show

10-11-2009 08:55 AM by degoose | 19 comments »

Friday last week Aaron [from Torque Workcentes] and I flew down to Melbourne Just over 1,000 miles as the plane flies… lolThis was to attend the Alternate Wood Show held at the Woodworkers Warehouse in Braeside, a suburb of Melbourne to promote the Torque Work centre. Had a lot of interest in the Wee Beastie.. and my boards… I took a small amount to show off.. Lots of comments and requests for info about how to make them… I gave out cards and told them all to go Lumberjock...

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Fold Down Outfeed Table

10-11-2009 06:22 AM by davidroberts | 9 comments »

I built this fold down outfeed talbe about two years ago and it still going strong. I give the design credit to Jim Becker at http://sawsndust.com/p-outfeed.htm He provides a plan sheet on his website. I did modify his design a bit to suite my needs. This is what I had in mind when I started to think about the project. I just happened upon Jim’s site, and I’m glad I did. He attached the OFT using 45 degree supports attached to the back of his TS, to eliminate those pesk...

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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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