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Tablesaw Workstation #2: A little more progress

10-06-2009 02:08 AM by JohninSD | 0 comments »

No pictures today. All I got done was gluing together two pieces of fir plywood for the right hand side of the top. I plan to edgeband with 3/4” oak and then apply laminate to both sides. I’ve found that this produces a flat stable sturdy top, provided that both pieces of plywood come from the same sheet and they are glued with the convex sides together.

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Walnut hollow form start to finish #2: Shaping the vessel

10-06-2009 12:29 AM by jeffthewoodwacker | 8 comments »

I got an early start today as I want to finish this piece and get two more rough turned. Lumberjocks Steven and Roper both brought up good points about putting a plastic bag over the piece if it was going to sit overnight to prevent cracks and checks. Since this wood has been stored in the barn since early in the year I decided to not cover it and see what would happen. Inspected the piece this morning and there were no checks, cracks or splits – probably wouldn’t gamble again ...

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Gettin' fixina tune up my Unisaw #19: What to use?

10-05-2009 11:15 PM by Bothus | 6 comments »

Hi guys, The helmet cam I ordered came in today. I used it for this video. It’s not made for indoors and the sound quality isn’t as good as the iPhone either but it does work. Yesterday after putting the motor back together I cleaned all gummed up sawdust stuck to the inside of the blade shroud. It was a lot of work but it is ready for painting now. Maybe I’ll do that tonight… but I doubt it. I need someone to tell me what the best thing is to clean that gun...

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Forest Festival-update

10-05-2009 10:25 PM by jerryw | 4 comments »

We are back from our first show of the year. The weather was good except for friday. It rained inthe afternoon. Sales wre great. Better than last year. New items sold real well. Now it is back to the shop to get things made for our next show in Nov. I think the economy is picking up.

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Starting a Woodworking Business #6: Kitchen remodel prospect

10-05-2009 08:40 PM by Sam Yerardi | 4 comments »

Visited a home this morning to talk to the home owners about remodeling their kitchen. The actual remodel job, if I get it, won’t start until after the first of the year. I scoped out the job and it looks like a good project. The owners stopped by our house last night and looked at what I’ve been doing. They also asked me to repair some furniture for them which i did later in the morning. Tomorrow I’m going to an all-day business seminar on internet marketing.

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Spray Booth Design Requirements #1: Exhausting (the purpose of a spray booth) attracts unfiltered air

10-05-2009 08:14 PM by CatiaMan | 1 comment »

Hello everyone, I know there is much talk on this subject but I have not seen anything related to establishing proper design requirements of a spray booth so here goes. As you can see in one of my projects I built a spray booth (concept 1) based on a simple design requirment, to exhaust the overspray so that the finish improves, and to that end it worked. However, now that I am thinking about this in more depth, the process of exhausting the overspray also pulls fresh air in, air that may ...

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18th Century Campaign Table

10-05-2009 06:22 PM by Rev. Jim Paulson | 4 comments »

Hi. I was asked to make a campaign table for an 18th century re-enactor and I will be finishing it soon. I made this project out of cherry and used birch plywood for the top. The plywood top was edged with cherry and I attached it with hide glue and cut nails. I turned the legs from 2 1/2 ” square stock and after much searching found this leg profile to be appropriate for a campaign style table. The legs and short aprons are attached with mortise and tenon joints. I added lon...

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A journey into the workshop. #16: Being there for one of my best friends... I NEED TO VENT. NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED!!!

10-05-2009 05:22 PM by dbhost | 18 comments »

I sat in my shop, more or less leaning on the bench, kind of staring at the mess, and the equipment, not really getting anything done… I had just gotten off the phone with one of my best friends from high school. The guy that was the best man at my wedding, and has been there for me through thick and thin… And I’d like to think I have been likewise… But the news last night was a bit much to take. I am pretty sure I sounded like a fool on the phone, but what can you ...

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Murphy wall bed Build - Finished

10-05-2009 03:54 PM by Chris Davis | 0 comments »

Got the two beds and the bookcase built in record time, two days. It help that the customer will apply the finish. I finished them up on Saturday just before time to go home. Until I can post the project, here is a link to the videos and building pictures (click here). (at the bottom of the page) For more building pictures see my Current Projects link at wwbeds.com or poggyskids.com. See what we are doing live: <div></div>

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Reclaimed wood score: old mahogany

10-05-2009 02:58 PM by AaronK | 10 comments »

Got this pile of lumber at a yard sale for $20. actually i forgot (!) to pick up 4 of the longest, cleanest boards, which i’ll do tonight. it’s old mahogany trim that was ripped out of an Eagles club. lots of paint and nails on it. by mass about half of it is more usable ~3/4” stock that is about 6’x5”. the other half is thinner angled trim – presumably from door frames. it’s going to require a lot of work – and this is my first time usi...

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