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Off-Topic: Social Networking

09-18-2008 08:24 PM by ahpeditor | 8 comments »

I’m a woodworker. I’m also an editor working for a company that publishes woodworking content. So I want to start with this disclaimer. My personal posts to the website have nothing whatsoever to do with my employer. All comments are my own. Period. Now the important stuff. My first post isn’t about woodworking. It happens to be about social networking and sites like this and how they can help good, worthy causes. Let me explain. This morning when I logged onto my comp...

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woodworking shows #1: are there any good ones in NC

09-18-2008 07:40 PM by dadof3 | 1 comment »

I am in Hickory, NC and am looking for a good woodworking show. I love going to shows and just checking out all the stuff. Does anyone know of any good ones in the area?

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"Hobbit Holes in MyWorld" --by RusticWoodArt #31: Things Have Changed In These Woods

09-18-2008 07:02 AM by frank | 7 comments »

Things Have Changed In These Woods I’m out in the woods and, ‘things have changed’.... <div>Bob Dylan - Things Have ChangedUploaded by dylanne</div> Things Have Changed;—by Bob Dylan lets continue on here some with this story. I used to come out this way more often….but now things have changed. As I wrote earlier in my last story, what has come down the road of these woods now is that after all the work that went into this area, ex...

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Creating Spalted Wood.

09-18-2008 03:55 AM by Karson | 13 comments »

I received an e-mail from Harold and he referred to making spalted wood by putting beer on it and putting it into a bag and let the spalt happen. He suggested replenishing the beer every couple of weeks. Since I don’t drink beer, I wondered if there was a different recipe. I found this in WoodCentral. It sounds very promising. Still needs some beer but only once.

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Why I like Vintage Tools #1: Power Tools

09-18-2008 03:48 AM by brianinpa | 26 comments »

Through the years I have amassed a collection of vintage woodworking power tools. The most expensive tool that I have bought is a Rockwell/Delta 11-100 bench top drill press: It cost me $25.00. I didn’t need it as I already had one; a newer Craftsman 9 inch. After starting up the Rockwell the first time, I decided to never use the Craftsman again. In fact, I took the chuck off of the Craftsman and use it as a light weight press for small projects. My table saw is my work horse! A 1...

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09-18-2008 03:38 AM by FJPetruso | 6 comments »


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A Hepplewhite style Federal game table in six days, PIX.

09-18-2008 02:49 AM by John Fry | 13 comments »

A while back I posted a project that I did in my shop in California with my woodworking friend Jack Hutchison from Houston, TX. Here is that post: A Krenov Inspired Cabinet on Stand in Six Days We completed that cabinet during a six day visit by Jack. Our agreement was that at some future date, I would go to Houston and we’d do another six day project in his shop. So….I arrived at Jack’s and we completed a much more complicated piece in another six day time frame and here it is………....

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Album Art #7

09-17-2008 11:18 PM by pat | 5 comments »

So far for the next entry in this woodburning series I pretty sure that I’m either going to burn Mettalica’s Death Magnetic album( thier great new album by the way, hit song the day that never comes) or Buckethead’s hit album Jumpman. Buckethead is pretty much one of most over looked guitarists of all time, if you haven’t heard him you should look him up, most of his stuff is intrumentals though. But anyway back to wood burning I guess I’ll let the readers decide...

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Lessons Learned #1: Getting started

09-17-2008 05:41 PM by sry | 8 comments »

A quick introduction to get things started here. I’m just getting started in woodworking, and thought it would be an interesting idea to post the lessons (mistakes?) I’m learning as I learn them. Things like the importance of “measure twice, cut once”, etc. Whether you guys know it or not, I’ve already accumulated a large amount of knowledge from the discussions, projects, and blogs here at LJ. As I try to turn that knowledge into actual skills and projects t...

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09-17-2008 04:19 PM by Wade Putnam | 15 comments »

This may not warrant a posting , but I had to share.My wife called me at work yesterday afternoon and said I have a SURPRISE for you when you get home.I thought of many things I hoped it would be, but never dreamed that when I got home, she takes me by the hand and walks me to my shop.I hardly recognized the place. She had spent 3 hours with a dust mask, leaf blower, air hose and both doors open and had completely cleaned the shop of all sawdust. Now I keep a pretty clean shop, but nothing li...

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