!http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2543/4186890746f85820eef7s.jpg(orangutan head as it will attach to sliding lid)! The reason I quickly found the need to model the carving in plasticine was that I had to see how the idea I had visualized could relate to the size and shape of the box. From the model I could take measurements of the size and shape that the blocks of yellow wood needed to be to accommodate the carving. Just to show the rough sketches used to determine the outside dimensi...
Yesterday’s Daily Update mentioned I would get some work done in the shop. After I left for the Montessori bookcase job, I didn’t get back til about three hours til close. I had a couple orders waiting for me to process and just ran out of time. What’s happenng in the shop for December 15, 2009? I have two drawer units that need to be spayed and finished. I also want to get the Baseball loft ready to finish. I just check my schedule and I have 150 hours of projects ...
———————————————————————papaj’s shop——————————————————————— I am pretty close to finishing my construction project, but will postsome photos of the construction.I wanted to build most of the shop myself. I did co...
I have a new idea for the series of sliding lid boxes that I have been making for the girls for Christmas. So far I have completed four but my daughter is leaving for the Philippines and then Borneo just before Christmas and one reason is to fulfil a long dream of seeing Orang utans.My teenage grandson suggested I do an Orangutan for her box lid. I thought OK but how? First lets find some images and print them in monochrome off the net and then sketch a few images. The idea of a wh...
This is the main project of the Cerritos Community College Introduction to Woodworking class I used Walnut for most of it and Maple for the bottom. I tried a couple of variations on the recommended plan, giving it feet and a swiveling handle thanks to wedged Birch dowels. I need to sand and assemble the tray, which also uses Walnut and Maple, fix the handle which was a bit too loose, and put plugs to cover the screws.
The Holsworth Woodworks Family Blog #3: Check back for my latest completed project- Zebrawood Cabinet!
Hey friends! Just wanted to update everyone and let you guys know that I will be visiting my daughter soon so that I can upload my new cabinet made from Zebrawood. I am not computer savvy hence why she is going to post it for me. I am VERY excited about this project and I have taken it to my local woodworkers club- Diable Woodworkers for show and tell. Can’t wait for everyone to see it! Thanks for reading and Happy Holidays!! Sincerely,Glenn Holsworth
We just wanted to say thank you to everyone who warmly welcomed us to Lumberjocks.com! Everyone on here is so nice and we really appriciate the comments and compliments on our projects. Kepp checking back for updates and I can’t want to keep looking at everyones beautiful and talented works of art! Thanks again! Sincerely,Glenn Holsworth and The Team at Holsworth Woodworks
I am the proud owner of a new Sawstop Professional Cabinet Saw (PCS). I picked it up just a couple of days ago from Brentwood Machinery in NH and brought it into the shop. It comes with the rails, T-glide fence and extension table. I went with the 36” rails as I have a smaller shop and I use a festool TS55 to break down larger sheet goods. I also opted for the mobile base to move it around when/if I need to. I just started opening the packaging today and was not disappointed ...
Well my desk is finally finished. Its been finished for a a few months now but i just got around to taking the pictures. Hope you guys like it!!
Wow….1000 days. I know I haven’t made many posts lately….life gets in the way sometimes. I desperately need more shop time. All I have manged to do lately is make it an unholy mess. I wish to thank those of you out there have taken the time to read my posts, send personal messages or just words of encouragement over the past 1000 days. I am truly humbled. I would have never imagined that this site would have done so well, much less that we would be associated with such...
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