A few woodworkers, after seeing my Shop Tour Video, asked my about my dust collector modifications, so I made a short follow-up video: Here is the link:Dust Collector Modifications P.S. I have also made several changes to the web site, so please let me know if you run into any problems — brian
hello there fellow lumber jocks..guess what…SPRING IS HERE..AND… i would like to propose a gathering…a picnic here at the grizzmans place..i have a nice 2 acre spot in the country that would be perfect for a picnic and a good time to visit…play some horse shoes..and just enjoy a good ole picnic…...i will volunteer to grill the burgers and dogs and make some tatter salad, then i would propose that anyone who comes bring a desert or some other dish…just like ...
Tony Williams and Glen are doing another talk. The seminar is hosted by Bucks County Designer House, 1515 Sugar Bottom Road, Furlong PA 18925 on May 21,2010 at 1:00pm Their discussion will focus on what they love to do the most design furniture, using exotic wood. They will try to also talk about using rescued lumber and working with artists to achieve furniture that is functional and art. Tickets may be purchased in advance by calling Bucks County Designer House and Garden at 215.345....
Hi, I thought you folks would like to read about this. We learned today that The Noyes Museum of Art juried Glen in as a Signature Artist. We had to submit 20 images of his work along with his Bio and artist statement. This is so great!!! Marie
After gluingAfter sawingAfter sandinggoes round and round :)The inner edge and the spokes, need some work See you soon
I finally got an afternoon in the shop, so I took my drawings out and was preparing to start slicing up the white oak and walnut plywood into gear-sized squares to send off to my laser guy. It was then that I started going through each page again (the plans are pretty complicated, with options that necessitate different parts combinations), and I noticed there were several gears that I hadn’t drawn up. So, I headed back to the office and fired up AutoCAD again and spent another couple...
As said in the previous post, my shop has a front room that is divided from the shop with a wall and doorway. I decided I would like an interior window between the shop and door so that I could see into the front room while in the shop, plus to allow me more natural light. While framing the wall, we used 16” OC studs but left a wider opening between the 2”x6”s where I wanted the window to be ( I believe it was about 24”). OSB was put over the wall on the shop sid...
These are the images of the plans i am making for an assembly table: in the center of my workshop there currently is a large welding table, wich is handy for laying wood on it, but not at all to do any manipulations on it. i am going to move all the non-woodworking stuff to another corner of the “barn” in wich i have my shop.so i will need an assembly table, i currently use my workbench for that by placing a particle board on top wich is far from ideal.I want the assemb...
What’s happening in the shop for April 22, 2010. Working on Trimble’s Hudson Bay Murphy face and bookcase. Final assembly on the sports beds. For missed video and building pictures see my Current Projects link at wwbeds.com or poggyskids.com. Watch us live:
Thought you might like to see the progress tonight over at my blog.
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