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Snowfall Castle Wooden Sign #1: A Ski Lodge Wooden Sign, Lazy River Studio

4 days ago by Scott | 2 comments »

For my first blog entry, I will pick up with a new wood sign project I just started. This is a custom wooden sign for a vacation home in the mountains of UT. The sign will have a banner and an area for logo / art. My process is one part machining and a second part hand carving. Its an interesting fusion. The name of the home is called “snowfall castle”. Thanks for looking, Scott. Lazy River Studio. www.lazyriverstudio.com https://s3.amazonaws.com/lumberjocks.com/nb0otnt.jpg

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1390: Ready to Cut my New SLEIGH!

4 days ago by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 0 comments »

I have to admit that the past couple of weeks have not been easy. Please understand that I am NOT whining about things, but I haven't been feeling my usual self and as a designer, that affects just about everything that I do. The closing of the magazines has really taken a toll on me. It is getting better each day, but I feel as if I would be lying to you all if I put on a front when I wrote here each day and acted as if I wasn't affected. After all, for nearly seventeen years I ...

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School workshop.

4 days ago by CreekOne | 0 comments »

This is two of the machine shops in school, there are lots more.My bench: Machine shop 1 Machine shop 2

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Hand Plane restoration

4 days ago by skidooraceing | 3 comments »

I do not get on here very often but when I do I really enjoy reading and seeing what everyone else does with hand planes and wood working. I wanted to post some pictures of my first ever hand plane restoration. My first was plane was not one with very much value so if I messed up it would not be a big deal. I had bought about ten rusty planes at an auction for like $40 dollars so that I could fix them up and use them. One of the planes was a Trustworthy and believe its a no. 4 (Stanley ...

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Education #1: Side table part one.

4 days ago by CreekOne | 0 comments »

This is the first post about my latest project, a small sidetabe. The Originals where made by younger students as there 2nd furniture.Here are the plans: The project is plit into two parts, a paquet and the table itselfe. Im working on the parqet for now. At the moment im building some jigs for cutting veneer into the herring-bone pattern. The first jig is done, one for ripcutting the veneers and a mock glueup of veneers are done. More to come!

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Why buy it when you can make it! #11: Dresser Rehab [Part 2] - HVLP Priming

4 days ago by paxorion | 0 comments »

Two weekends and a good amount of work has gone into the dresser. Following my project schedule, I managed to… Pick up the plywood and processed it into drawer stock, ready to be cut to length for box construction. Build out the inside dresser to be ready to install the full extension drawer guides Cut replacement “dust frames” Completely scuff sand the dresser case Breaking out my HF HVLP Spray Gun kit Spray Zinsser BIN primer on the dresser case and drawer fr...

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Baby is here!

4 days ago by Philip | 9 comments »

Baby Brooklyn has arrived! August 4, 8 lbs 14oz, 20 inches long. Needless to say we are very happy, and a little sleep deprived. Baby and me at the hospital… She is too cute.Hmmm, looks familiar…Daniel is taking it in stride- what a champOn another note, Weird Al has been following me aroundThere are way too many inside jokes with this video- my wife is sure it’s about me.See!! Even Panda Express thinks so….Here we have my B-day gift from the in-laws…they s...

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Open Apron Nesting Tables #2: Ebonizing and Burl Matching

5 days ago by shipwright | 20 comments »

I didn’t take any photos of the ebonizing process originally, but since several people expressed an interest I made a little video today. It shows the process in real time on a piece of off-cut Walnut from one of the legs. Ebonizing is a simple process that lots of people do and it works well on any naturally high tannin wood. I understand that with the addition of outside tannin in the form of a tea wash it can be effective on non tannin bearing woods as well although I have no expe...

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Done with one project, on to another!

5 days ago by sparkeeboy | 1 comment »

My latest entry on my work in the shop.Done with one project, on to another!

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FANTASY MARQUETRY #6: Learning to drive my Chevalet

5 days ago by stefang | 16 comments »

After getting the packet ready for sawing I put clear packing tape on the top and bottom, partly to lubricate the blade and more importantly to give a slick surface to slide well in my Chevalet clamp. Another advantage was to protect the paper design, as shown below. After that the fun began. I drilled an entry hole in the hat band buckle which will be eliminated with a later cutting and put the cut out on the picture. It slid around a lot, so I cut a piece of transparent plastic s...

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