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02-18-2010 03:53 AM by Dustmite97 | 0 comments »

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A Flag Display Box #5: Hinges begin and a Closure

02-18-2010 01:53 AM by littlecope | 14 comments »

I just had to check, and it’s been eleven days since the last “Sawdust Up-date” from this direction!Eleven days doing darn little Woodworking… If you’ll recall I left off with the three sides all set, waiting for the purchase of some Lexan.I have yet to buy some, so the other day I began work on the hinges by slicing a useful piece off of a small slab of Mahogany leftover from the Ark project…Then I laid out the Hinges. This is a simple pair since, in the c...

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Plantstand/Spice cabinet build! #3: More progress!

02-18-2010 01:13 AM by Beginningwoodworker | 14 comments »

More progress!

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Plantstand/Spice cabinet build! #2: More progress on the plantstand!

02-18-2010 01:11 AM by Beginningwoodworker | 11 comments »

I made good progress today on Mom’s plantstand! I end up not having enough for mom spice cabinet it will come later. My outdoor shop

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New Yankee Workshop - the early years

02-17-2010 11:12 PM by richgreer | 26 comments »

If you go to the New Yankee Workshop website (www.newyankee.com) you can see an early episode of the show. The episode changes every week and they do not allow you to see the pervious episodes that were available so you have to go there each week to see the next offering. You can download and save. I just watched episode 107 (the 7th one made). Some things have changed over the years. In this early episode I noted the following – - - Norm uses a ShopSmith as his drill pre...

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Upcoming projects and designs. #4: Shop Air Cleaner. Have parts, will build...

02-17-2010 10:43 PM by dbhost | 19 comments »

Okay will have parts this weekend… I found a source for pullout 110V squirrel cage furnace fan blowers, and plan to grab one this weekend. The idea is to grab one, make sure it fits the plan from ShopNotes, or make the shop notes plan fit the blower whichever… and get to building. Some changes I want from the shop notes design. #1. Relieve the edges with a 1/8” roundover bit. Nothing extreme, but those corners won’t be too much above my skull, I’d rather no...

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Wood Workers Fighting Cancer #1: woodworkersfightingcancer.com

02-17-2010 09:51 PM by dmoore | 0 comments »

Hi all please follow this link and join in with many other great wood workers in the fight against cancer. http://www.woodworkersfightingcancer.com

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Works for me #3: Mounting Pegboard

02-17-2010 08:00 PM by Dave Owen | 12 comments »

This should prove beyond all doubt that at least one retiree (this one) has more time than sense. I’ve always enjoyed having most of my tools on pegboards where I could find them. I used to find it annoying, though, when the ‘hole’ I wanted to use for a ‘hook’ was blocked by mounting strips. I tried using spacing washers made for pegboard mounting, but they didn’t make the board stiff enough and it was a pain in the neck to align them with studs. That...

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Adhering Copper to a Cabinet Door Insert

02-17-2010 07:41 PM by dchi | 4 comments »

This is tutorial video of adhering a copper sheet to a cabinet door insert. This is an easy way to update existing cabinets with a touch of copper.

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Workshop #2: I found the workbench...

02-17-2010 06:53 PM by puupalikka | 2 comments »

Finally I had little time to spend in my workshop. I took some photos of the room. I also tried to heat up the space with little electric heater. Outside it’s -10 degrees celsius and inside the basement there is +5°C. With the heater the room heated up pretty easily to +10°C. So maybe it’s possible to maintain the basic heat at the workshop with electric heater. I also cleared out the top of the workbench. The top is in ok condition. I think it has been used as a multi-workbenc...

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