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re-inforced door

01-13-2009 09:17 AM by spokanewoodworker | 8 comments »

it’s an outside door that is on the dark side of the house-not very visible except a small area from the street. couple years ago i caught a couple guys trying to jump my fence at midnight-they came up through my neighbors yard behind me. i have also seen these two guys scoping out my garage from the street driving by slowly. since then i’ve noticed shoe scuffs on my garage door and one of the garage doors was actually bent inward a fraction. once they posed as power company peopl...

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Hope / Blanket Chest #2: Setup - Router Bits

01-13-2009 08:17 AM by KasperShop | 0 comments »

This would be my frist attempt at making raised panel doors, so I was a bit nervous and unsure how this would go. Before the christmas break in 2008, I researched some router bits and found the Freud 97-108 bit set. I went over to Rockler and talked to them and they said this bit set is excellent! The person in line behind me said he has them and highly recommends them. I just love them. They make a very professional looking panel and I was soooo impressed at how easy making raised panel ...

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Transatlantic Wood Talk #1: Introduction and episode one release date.

01-13-2009 06:07 AM by cocoboloboy | 4 comments »

It’s the newest podcast by wood workers for wood workers, and one of the only ones that the two hosts are separated by an entire ocean (hence the name). Callum Kendall from The Timber Kid and I are hosting the show. We talk about tools, shops, and projects. We may even have special guests. So tune in for the next big thing… It’s Transatlantic Wood Talk! Episode one is being released this Friday, February 16th on itunes, www.cocoboloboy.co.nr, and www.thetimberkid.com

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Spline size

01-13-2009 06:00 AM by jim1953 | 2 comments »

Iam looking for better way to size my Spline Shims Ive ben cutting them on the bansaw then I sand them to size must be a better way

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Dust Collection #2: infiltration.... filter me this, filter me that

01-13-2009 04:34 AM by PurpLev | 28 comments »

I ordered a 0.3 micron replacement filter from Wynn Environmental to replace my Jet DC1100 30 micron bag. Originally I was going to make a simple review for people to benefit from my experience with the new filter I got… but since it had gotten a bit more complicated, I figured this is blog-worthy, and the ‘regular’ review will follow once I experience more the performance of the filter. Disclaimer: I have had nothing but great experience from Wynn Environmental, from ...

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The Timber Kid Podcasts #3: Workbench (part 1)

01-13-2009 01:40 AM by Callum Kendall | 5 comments »

An introduction to my workbech project aswell as my ideas of storage solutions in my workshop. Here is where I got my original idea form. I like the way I can make another work area anywhere in my workshop easily, aswell as giving me alot of storage. If you have any comments or questions feel free to contact me Callum

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Crashing into 2009

01-12-2009 09:41 PM by woodyoda | 9 comments »

A few weeks ago I had my blog about the walnut bouroughs, I was collecting from the walnut farmers around here. I had been in physical therapy for a previous injury, until Friday a couple days ago. Friday was my last visit, Saturday, going to dinner with my son…a DRUNK went across a few lanes to hit us head on. Cops said he had no insurance info, in his car…....glad I have uninsured motorist on my insurance. Looks like I’m going back to therapy…......son’s only...

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Workbench #2: feet pics

01-12-2009 08:46 AM by Rob Drown | 4 comments »

These need a bit more sanding and truing up the insides of the mortises then its is on to the legs and top brace. This large jointery is a lot of fun!!

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Interior Trim and Moulding #1: Why we needed new trim

01-12-2009 07:37 AM by KasperShop | 1 comment »

We live in an old house that has been added on to several times. It’s pretty uggggly on the outside, but I got a good deal on it long ago. The interior doors were those really cheap and cheesy hollow core doors. Well they add to go, and several of them have been recycled during other remodeling projects we recently did. The baseboards are missing! Well, those too were removed when we put in the hardwood floors, or decided that of the 4 rooms and 4 different styles, perhaps we s...

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Hope / Blanket Chest #1: In The Beginning

01-12-2009 07:27 AM by KasperShop | 0 comments »

I decided to make a hope chest for my wife for our 5 year anniversary since the theme of the anniversary is wood. She told me when we first started dating that she always wanted one. It took awhile to find a design I liked, and it was one from tooldad. He made a solid cedar raised panel blanket chest I loved the design!

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