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Ohio Tool Company #5 Plane Restoration #2: Part 2. Sanding of the handle and knob

07-31-2009 08:06 PM by David Schmaus | 1 comment »

So for the knob I inserted a bolt through the hole and chucked it on my cordless drill. Worked really well. Started with 80 then 150 and 220.. Here is a video for the handle…

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Sqeezing more shop into small space continues #2.

07-31-2009 06:56 PM by dbhost | 4 comments »

So the clamp storage rack / shelf upgrade is done. My pipe clamps are no longer just leaning against the existing rack, and my PPE now has a proper place to live. I have lots of space for “extra” PPE for friends and family that might happen into the shop as well. I look, and take in the fruit of my labor, and then I look at the rest of my messy shop… How to make this mess more manageable, and easier to work with? Well starting with the easier to work with… My ...

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no blog

07-31-2009 06:32 PM by Dooley | 17 comments »

test blog

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Limbert Lamp Table - Stickley #240 #2: Glue Ups

07-31-2009 06:06 PM by CaptainSkully | 1 comment »

Yesterday, I milled up four long, rough boards to 3/4”. The Robert Lang book uses thicker stock, but I had to get rid of the saw marks. I chopped them up a bit oversized to give me some leeway during the glue up. I arranged the boards for defects and grain to give me the best four sides out. I glued up one panel every two hours last night during dinner and a movie. This morning they’re all ready for the band saw. One thing I’ve noticed is that there seems to be a lot o...

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Ohio Tool Company #5 Plane Restoration #1: Part 1

07-31-2009 05:46 PM by David Schmaus | 4 comments »

Well I never thought the day would come when I would actually blog about something. My thinking has been that it is to personal.. Anyways, I thought this might be a good time to start. A first project for me that I would like to document. My Ex and I have been divorced for 14 or so years.. I was over at her new house visiting my 17 year old son and his “new” garage/workshop. Yea 17 and he has his own space. 1 1/2 car detached with plenty of power and a heater.. I&...

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Still settin' up

07-31-2009 05:26 PM by Tom Huntley | 1 comment »

OK, this week to Rockler’s to get more dust collection stuff. last night the Delta Contractor / Jet fence fell from the garage into the basemet. Over the next couple weeks, all will be tidied up, then I start on a couple projects. Wife wants a sideboard with wine rack by Christmas. Cherry on sale for 2.99 bd ft this month at rocklers. Looks like it might be made of cherry! Photos coming.

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Briefcase #1: The Idea

07-31-2009 04:20 PM by Chris Wright | 6 comments »

So, I decided to start an interesting project a few weeks ago and I thought I’d share my progress. I figured it would be neat to build a wood briefcase. Now, I know that in today’s business society people tend to use shoulder bags, “soft” briefcases or messenger bags to tote around their documents. But I figured, “what the hell, if anything it will be fun.” Like the majority of my projects, it all starts with a drawing. I planned the sides be a...

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The loss of a Grandfather

07-31-2009 02:37 PM by Rustic | 18 comments »

Yesterday at about 11:00 am my Grandfather went to be with his Lord. He was 85. He suffered from throat cancer AND lung cancer. He had a full life. I went to Flint Last weekend to visit with him and he seemed fine. The Nurse last week had said 4 weeks and then on Mon said 2 weeks. So we have been preparing for this. All his children were in the house. He just slipped away in peace. We are all thankful for that. My greatest memory was growing up and one time in particular my family visited the...

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Amazing Tools #6: The Bench SlideMount

07-31-2009 11:43 AM by Gary Fixler | 12 comments »

I think I’m going to end up with several Bench SlideMounts. They’re exactly what I didn’t realize I’ve been looking for. I’ve been dragging my heels on a bad idea I’ve had to install T-tracks in my 8’x2’ work table, seen here almost 2 years ago when the garage was still nice and empty and traversable. I’d make a shelf below the bench to hold my smaller bench tools on squares of plywood, bringing each up as needed, sliding its bolts into...

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Building a Traditional Wooden Boat #7: Stem and Knee - Part 2

07-31-2009 06:44 AM by MattD | 5 comments »

Greetings.. Things are moving along well with the boat construction. This part in the series is cutting out the stem and knee parts which form the front “backbone” of the boat. To do this, I created templates from 1/8” birch plywood and used those as patterns to cut the actual parts from 2” thick white oak. To get the shape of the templates, I used the same picking up method as I used when getting the shapes from the drawing to the actual molds in part 2. This in...

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