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New to LumberJocks!

2081 days ago by Paul V | 4 comments »

Well thanks all for the warm welcome! I try to turn alot in my spare time. I have been remodeling our house for the past year. I also am in the process of completly redoing my shop! I spent all day setting up my brand new Steel City cabinet saw!!!!! Will probally be buying the Rikon 14” deluxe bandsaw soon also! I’ll try to post some pix soon. Paul V

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nightstand bedside table #3: milled lumber

2081 days ago by coloradoclimber | 1 comment »

Making some progress, better be, xmas is coming soon. Got the raw lumber milled and cut to size. Here’s the raw lumber. Pieces milled and cut to size. Shelf glue up. Top glue up.

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Kitchen Remodel #11: Continuing with the base cabinets

2081 days ago by Karson | 9 comments »

I built the base cabinet where the sink would go. It’s the same size as the one that is being replaced with the exception that the existing cabinet didn’t go into the corner. It stopped just past the sink. I guess cost cutting on the previous owner. The sink is not normally mounted upside down in the bottom of the cabinet. I had it here to find the correct positioning to cut the hole in the counter top. This is sitting in the kitchen in front of the cabinet being replace...

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Grumpy's First Year

2081 days ago by Grumpy | 29 comments »

Well 365 days here at Lumberjocks and it seems like only a short time. I have made a lot of new friends in the past year on LJ’s & have learned much from the great skills that are possessed world wide. I never cease to be impressed by the quality of both amateur & professional work.I hope I have helped fellow Lumberjocks on the way & look forward to a continued relationship with you in the year ahead.Special thanks to Martin, MsDebbie, Karson and all my buddies.

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My ramblings about life

2081 days ago by robbi | 6 comments »

Well, I have been voyeristically (is that a word and did I spell it right??) hanging around this site for quite some time now, a few people have added me to their buddy lists and I have added a few, but no one really knows much about me here and I feel like I know all of you much better than that so thought I would share with you some of me. I am a step grandma to two teenage boys and a Nonni to a two year old and another soon to be born baby boy….yikes….gotta make another rockin...

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wood working as therapy

2081 days ago by trucker12349 | 6 comments »

I am a jack of all trades and master of none, as are a lot of us. I’m 59 years old and love to work with my hands. Due to a work injury I am Currently on soc sec disability from my truck driving job. For over 22 years I drove 18 wheelers and now that I can’t anymore I was going thru some pretty bad depression. When I started doing some more small projects around the house the depression went away a little bit. Say, wht you will, but I thank amily.the modest wood working skills I;v...

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Watched at work

2081 days ago by KnickKnack | 6 comments »

It’s good to be watched while you work, maybe… The snake is about 4 feet long and turns up on warm days.I had to, alas, do for the wasps nest – it was OK while they just buzzed around watching, but then they started passing comments on my work by stinging me – I didn’t think it was going that badly but they obviously did. I hate to kill things but it got to the point where I couldn’t work – as it was the stings on my hands grounded me for about...

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"Hobbit Holes in MyWorld" --by RusticWoodArt #42: What's a WoodWorking Economy To Do or Be?

2081 days ago by frank | 4 comments »

What’s a WoodWorking Economy To Do or Be? So by now I’m sure we all have heard and have our ideas//opinions on ’the new economy’ as if this word new means that one can now forget about the ’old economy’. And then I wonder can any explain as to what happens when we have two economies as past and present? My understanding of all this has all-ways been to keep it very simple….K.I.S.S; and then one is able to better work within the word definition ...

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Internet Business, and A Visit from Father Hein, Who was Checking Progress on His Commissioned Work

2081 days ago by Mark A. DeCou | 9 comments »

Dealing with Internet Business:I haven’t had much time to blog this year. Blogging is fine, I like it, but honestly, who has time to read my dribble? I get enough encouragement to continue blogging that I make time for it when I can, but it has been awhile. Ever since Google started to find my lumberjocks postings in the Spring of this year, I’ve been pretty busy. Google had always fround my postings, and my website but the ratings were apparently so low on their list that...

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Opposing Arch Table #6: Building the Arches... Design Challenges

2082 days ago by Blake | 10 comments »

Like I mentioned before, I am building a matching coffee table along with my “hall table.” I have been making an effort to document the time I spend on larger projects for my own reference. But since I am building two projects together the concept of time is getting a little blurry. I spent a few hours the other day just getting the coffee table caught up in the process. All the joinery is the same as before. I decided to try taping my joints to make it easier to peel off the g...

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