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French Cleat System #1: Starting on it

3 days ago by kristopher | 1 comment »

Got this far today, lots of god ideas out there on different holders. I just took one thing or group off the pegboard and made something i thought would fit my needs.

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Nick Pancheau Interview: The Business of Woodworking

3 days ago by Todd A. Clippinger | 9 comments »

In this video, Nick Pancheau from Billings, MT shares his thoughts on marketing and branding for your business. He has worked hard, not only to design his furniture product line, but also to develop a strong marketing plan and brand image. Nick’s site is a great example of what a good website should be. It is clean, functions smoothly, and represents the style of his work very well. You can see it at PareFurniture.com When you visit Nick’s site, be sure to drop him a line of...

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Sgabello di Fossacesia #5: Creating the marquetry panel – version 1

3 days ago by Woodbridge | 4 comments »

I’ve taken a few marquetry seminars at Lee Valley and found it quite interesting. I want to incorporate marquetry into more of my future projects.This would be my first solo marquetry attempt. I searched the internet for a picture of a trabocchi that I liked. Then I elongated it to match the shape of the oar and used the pastel feature on photoshop to create the elongated version. Next I copied a simplified version of the picture onto some tracing paper and used carbon paper ...

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Toddlers Workbench Build #4: Work on the top continues...

3 days ago by Airframer | 3 comments »

When you have the attention span of a 1 year old things move a bit slow.. good thing the boy keeps me on task :D We made it to the big orange store and picked up most of what is needed for the vises.. Then yesterday I snuck outside to glue up the padouk strip so we can get to work on the endcaps and skirt etc.. Today the boy and I got it out of the clamps and got to work cleaning up the glue joint and making everything coplaner.. Then some cleanup.. And here is the ...

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Shop Update #3: August 2014

3 days ago by iamcliff | 3 comments »

In this shop update I talk about the king size headboard I am building, which I have been showing updates on at my facebook page. I also give updates on the Pottery Barn bench and other things. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tB1OkcsUK3o

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FANTASY MARQUETRY #4: Evolution of the Wizard Design

3 days ago by stefang | 12 comments »

WARNING An important part of this marquetry, but no woodworking involved. Since I am attempting to take you on my complete novice journey with this project I have to bring up the subject of the design again, but in more detail this time. The design for a marquetry is everything. No matter how beautiful the veneers are or how well cut and joined they are, the final project will be judged on the basis of how good the finished picture looks. You can start out with a very nice photo or ...

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Small Shop Adventures #3: Mud, concrete and sawdust.

3 days ago by BrockF | 1 comment »

Before something nice can be made, you have to clear away what was. Finishing the demo. Breaking up the old foundation. Mud. This was hard to deal with because it just looks bad. Made my wife sad. For all you construction newbies contemplating your first major project like this, I want to point out planning with the contractor started in late July, clean out took a month, another two weeks from total demo to pouring foundation and then almost another two weeks till constru...

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Small Shop Adventures #2: What was....

3 days ago by BrockF | 1 comment »

I seem to have started this blog in the middle and I should do the right thing and give you the meat and potatoes of why it is a real small shop adventure. Let me go back to the old garage. It had survived being whacked by tree branches in some pretty big storms, but it was old and literally rotting so anything valuable had to be kept in “dry spots”. The concrete had been put down on what looked like sand and soda ash and in some spots I found chunks of wood thrown in, like they were c...

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Garage Cabinets #7: workbench fronts and top

4 days ago by John Lowell | 3 comments »

another weekend, and working on the garage, again. Cut, shaped and edged the 3/4 in ply first layer, then cut and shaped the 3/4 top layer. Used small sheet, hence the three parts and mismatched backsplash. Also mounted the cab doors and drawer fronts. Need to do a better job on the drawer fronts, just have not figured out how. I tried dbl stick tape, but the drawer was slightly inside the cab so not enough pressure to stick. Oh well, slightly different spacing but it is in the garage. ...

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Solar Plane

4 days ago by PlaneTuna | 7 comments »

Got an old-looking #3 bench plane at a garage sale. The only markings on it are Solar (hard-to-read script) and the top side of the sole has “DRPa.” and “Germany”. Does anyone know what it is, where it comes from?? and is it worth restoring??I’ll try to include a photo when I figure out how to do that. Thanks!

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