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2x4 Bunk Bed Build #1: Posts, Rails, and a little bit of tenon time!

03-29-2015 04:35 PM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

This is a series of how to easily build a bunk bed that not only will last a lifetime, but is very kid safe due to the low height. Follow along in social media using the hashtag #bunkbedbuild. A Slice of Wood Workshop Website: http://asliceofwoodworkshop.comEtsy: http://etsy.com/shop/asliceofwoodwork...Facebook: http://facebook.com/asliceofwoodTwitter: http://twitter.com/asliceofwoodInstagram: http://instagram.com/asliceofwoodPintrest: http://pinterest.com/asliceofwood View on YouTube

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Combine #11: Cutterbar

03-29-2015 04:33 PM by Dutchy | 1 comment »

Below pictures of the combine cutterbar and suspension. Thanks for watching

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Combine #10: Container extension

03-29-2015 03:41 PM by Dutchy | 1 comment »

The container extension made out of ash and wenge. Thanks for watching

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Combine #9: Cabin ladder

03-29-2015 03:35 PM by Dutchy | 0 comments »

Below pictures from making the cabin ladder. Thanks for watching

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Combine #8: Cabin lights

03-29-2015 02:30 PM by Dutchy | 4 comments »

This lights in the cabin are made to my own idea. They are not original in the T and J plans. Thanks for watching

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Combine #7: Cabin

03-29-2015 02:11 PM by Dutchy | 1 comment »

Below picture’s of making the cabin. ( For the lights and the ladder their are separate chapters). Thanks for watching

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End grain cutting boards

03-29-2015 01:11 PM by Farrout | 5 comments »

I’ve recently started making end grain cutting boards.My first board was made of 3/4” cherry I salvaged from an old dinning table. I found three leaves at a flea market and cut them into 3/4×3/4 squares and started the glue up.The results were not bad. I learned a lot from that project. Next I got some live oak that had been cut down on my property.The trees had been cut down more than a year ago.I made 1×1 x 24 boards from that and again did the glue up. After I ...

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Trying to identify the manufacturer of this

03-29-2015 12:55 PM by SirFatty | 6 comments »

At first it appears to be a variant of the Black and Decker Workmate, but I can find zero information about it online. So now I’m not so sure that it is a B&D product. Any ideas?

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Dust Extractor Blast Gate

03-29-2015 08:55 AM by Nighthawk | 0 comments »

http://www.wackywoodworks.co.nz/blastgate.php While this a full PVC blast gate it can be made in the average woodworkers woodshop with ease. But because of this I have simply made a blog post and not a project post etc In the video I am making a PVC blast gate for my home dust extractor system. You can treat PVC like wood, and can cut it on the Table saw, mitre saw, band saw, use the sanding wheels etc. On the thicker pipe we use jigsaws However on the table saw and mitre saw cut slowly...

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Workbench continuation

03-29-2015 02:01 AM by LJackson | 0 comments »

Here are some more pictures of my workbench. I noticed a bit of racking along the length, so I installed these corner pieces. No more racking. You’ll notice, even though the workbench is not finished, it is already full of clutter. I was digging round for a drill bit, so I moved a bunch of stuff off of my smaller workbench to find it. It was not there. Eventually I will build storage for all of my stuff. Honestly, I could spend years setting up this shop. Maybe that’...

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