Here I go again with pictures! If you have bore out your two pieces, you will put the two sacs together as shown in the diagram, stick them side by side and take a square and draw a line with the square so that is followes all around both halfs as this diagram shows, you will notice that the line followes all around, it begins and ends at each bore.
Here I go again with another attempted of putting pictures of this site, I’ve had alot of help from several of you. So here it goes and this time I think I got it.This picture has to do with, two channels, Your SAC and BORE, this is a 1” (25.4 mm) (2.54cm) block between the two.Draw a line with a Square that follows all around and meets together. Do this with both halves.Having selected the half you want for the top, draw a center line on this half and draw theSAC and TSH which...
Well sort of, I had my back surgery and it was a little more than I bargained for, and so is the downtime. So beware you wayward jocks and prepare to have me pick apart,critique, and give some of my input more and more. Now to the first order of business and that is a huge THANK YOU to ALL of you kept me in your prayers and thoughts. I am going to go on a little tangent here so please stay with me on this one. A simple question was asked to me and I answered it and thought about and answe...
For those whom are new to our blog site – Artisans of the Valley with our full cast of characters (Eric M. Saperstein, Theresa Tonte, Stanley D. Saperstein, and a rare on camera appearance by Cindy Saperstein) will be featured on EBRU TV’s new show entitled “Blank Canvas.” Airing on RCN Channel #53 9pm September 24th – more pending on when the streaming video option will be available soon! http://www.artisansofthevalley.com/blog/index.php/2009/09/artisans-ebru-tv-artist-profile-bl...
hello everyone i have a problem i am making a little table for my kids and decided to put a design on top i did it in pencil but now i do not know where to go i was contemplating some wood burning but since i have no experience i am not really sure how it would work out so i am asking for some help in the design as to what should i do any suggestions would be greatly appreciated ps if you look closely at the pics you can probably see the design
I was looking at Woodcraft and online for some brass pins for boxes, knife kits, etc…. I not only was unable to find anything at Woodcraft, but they were unable to order anything for me regarding this or even point me in the right direction. I know this probably should go in the forum section. I tried and it did not show up under Hardware section. I need these pins for building boxes for the gents in my wedding party and the Dads. Your support would be highly appreciated for recommendat...
Sketchup File Well the boss has tasked me with a different project than the bedroom. Last year we put laminate flooring down in the dining room and our office in preparation for putting builtins in the office. Nothing has been mentioned of them lately, until I started designing the bedroom furniture. Originally we were going to use kraftmaid cabinets to do the rooms, and I had a pretty nice setup… But I wasnt really happy with all my options and things we had to do ‘s...
In memory of all those lost on 9/11. Exactly 8 years ago at 8:46 am New York city was normal until flight 11 hit the north tower. I was on west street during the attack see my cousin was in from maine he is a lobster fisherman and I was at his dads apartment talking to him. Now manhattan is restricted air space because there are so many high rises so you never hear planes that loud. There are helicopters but not planes. Now west street ran on the west side of the trade center and I was about ...
One of my favorite projects ever to come out of my shop is the John Hall Frame reproduction (mine is on the left and the original is on the right). Just as a quick refresher, John Hall was one of the famous Hall Brothers who were responsible for the construction of many of the best known Greene & Greene creations. Now many of you may remember that I was attending a week-long class being taught by Darrell Peart at the William Ng School when I had an opportunity to handle, trace, and me...
!http://http://s557.photobucket.com/albums/ss20/dhhepler/?action=view¤t=IMG! If I have done this right a picture should appear above, which I will not know until I send it on. I will then edit it and contiune to write on this blog, if I fail I will delete it if I can.
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