I had started this as a blog to try and show how I made this T.V. stand, but time kind of got away from me and did not finish taking the pics. This did take longer for me to make than I thought it would (especially the wife), but it is finished now and in the house. Here are some pics in its final resting spot. Hope you like, and if you see anything that I could have or should have done different let me know thats the only way for use to learn. Thanks in advance.
So I created a slide show to show off some of my work to potential clients. You can see it here… actually you can see it nowhere, and I’d remove this blog post if that were possible. Seriously, I’m sorry to have wasted everybody’s time. I will continue to add comments below, though. Comments from people without an agenda, without an attitude problem. Comments about the slide show itself, from people who have no idea there is any controversy whatsoever surrounding it...
The LumberJocks Summer Woodworking Awards is now closed for entries. As you know the Awards Winners are selected by our members and that means you need to vote! Simply check out the entries posted here, select your top favorites, and wait to see the final results. Warning: With 54 wonderful entries the “simple” process is not that simple—you will have a very difficult time choosing any favorites, let alone narrowing it down to five! And don’t forget that thre...
On the 7th day he rested. So I took a hint. Now back to the salt mines as it were. As the shop cleanup and remodeling progresses, my brain is spinning into upcoming gifting seasons, with birthdays and Christmas, and what to do for my lovely bride… I keep sitting down with pen and paper, and even the computer and sketchup and the designs I put down, well… I get to a point where I realize I don’t like the way it is coming out… The questions are what to build, and f...
We have been granted the use of the Lexington Woodworker’s Guild for our LJ Picnic Event! I want to give special thanks to tpastore for helping to get this through. Thanks Tim! The Date: Sept 19th 2009, Noon The Location: Lexington Woodworker's Guild (click on the link for directions and the Guild’s website) The Plan: A Get together with a woodworker’s flavor. More Details: We are not allowed to BBQ on site, but can bring already cooked/made food. I was thinki...
I started out with, what I believe is a 1.5 HP Jet from Low’s. I originally hooked up to router table, with flex, 4 in. Well Here is my Dust colector set up at the presrnt time. I know that it can be improved upon, so I will welcome all suggestions for improvement. I decided to add a few tools, and thought that I would run some 4 in. pvc around the back wall. Please excuse the formating of this blog, as you can see, I am just in the learning stages of this new...
Digital gauge for Woodmaster 718 Planer/Moulder/Sander Allthough it is close I wasn’t satisfied with the “count the turns method” for setting depth. I added a digital planer gauge from Wixey to my 718 a couple years ago.I had to build my own bracket to install it but now Woodmaster is selling one for about $70. www.woodmastertools.com It allows me to set up to within .001” accuracy and cut my change over time between operations by a bunch. This is the li...
Man, I can’t beleive I made my first posting almost 2 years ago…time flies when you work to much…and have kids…and move… I purchased a bunch of wood more than a year ago…sound familiar…and finally decided last week that it was time to get back at it. I had purchased about 40 bdft of Cypress to build a couple of adirondack chairs. I had plans, I had templates…I had the wood…time to get going. I went down to my “workshop”...
This past Wednesday, all in the span of an hour lunch break, I ran home, cut a chunk off the end of one of the Jacaranda logs from my recent haul, resealed the main log with Anchorseal and washed out the brush. Sliced the chunk in half through the pith, and turned one into a thin-walled, simple bowl, took a quick shower, and brought the resultant piece back to show off at work. Amazing what can happen in one hour! The turning itself took less than 15 minutes! I’m getting faster, if not ...
Well I finally made a trip to Woodcraft and purchased some zero-clearance made by Carter. All and all I am pretty happy with them. $10 for 3 inserts and they fit well. However what I quickly learned about zero-clearance inserts is that they do tend to impact the removal of saw dust. There was a LOT more dust on the table of the bandsaw than when I was not using the inserts; but overall they performed as expected. I have the box completely cut out and rough sanded and glued. All that i...
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