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My lathe journeys. #25: ...Christmas bowl that split, here's the replacement.

03-20-2015 11:26 PM by JoeinGa | 3 comments »

I had made a bowl for my son-in-law for Christmas, but unfortunately I had used a fresh cut piece of wood and it split while in the gift box before he even got to unwrap it. . If interested, you can see THAT fiasco here … http://lumberjocks.com/projects/112121..I still had the other half of the branch I used and I waited a few months to let it dry out. So a few days ago I turned a replacement to send him. ..I made a maple base for it and turned the new bowl. Here’s how the rep...

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File to knife... #1: Starting the process

03-20-2015 10:49 PM by MadJester | 14 comments »

Hello all! Let me begin by saying that this is not an original idea, many have done this before…this is just my attempt of it that I have been tossing around in my head for quite a long time now… I’ve researched online, and I was looking for a way to do this without a forge involved…my friend has one, but I believe that I can shape the knives without losing the temper if I’m careful not to let the metal get too hot. I started with some vintage files/rasps ...

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Wagon Vise #6: Threading the brass Nut

03-20-2015 09:36 PM by August McCormick Lehman III | 13 comments »

Here I'm tapping the brass but that's house in the wagon cradle !https://s3.amazonaws.com/lumberjocks.com/nlotdip.jpg! !https://s3.amazonaws.com/lumberjocks.com/nlj8feg.jpg!

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Scott and Jay's "Shop Time Throwdown" #6: Time to install some bearings, then suddenly... CRAP!

03-20-2015 08:39 PM by MrToolHunter | 0 comments »

I’m to the point in my project where I need to mount some bearings, so I picked-up some skateboard bearings off of Amazon that had a good rating at that weren’t going to break the bank. I only need four, but they were sold in sets of eight, so I guess I have back-ups. The ID on them is 8mm, and after a little research I determined that what I needed was a couple 8mm X 100mm steel dowels. I dropped by our local Fastenal store and though they didn’t have them on hand they w...

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Slightly Rustic Beer Gift Set- Beer Caddy, Tote, etc.

03-20-2015 07:07 PM by AlexHarris | 2 comments »

Back before Christmas I built this simple beer tote to present some beers, which I had bought my Dad as a gift. As this was a gift I designed it to tightly house the bottles (the handle acts to hold them in place) but this could easily be adapted for day-to-day use. Check out the video below! Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/thiswoodwork Visit Website: http://thiswoodwork.com/ Like my Facebook page: https://facebook.com/thiswoodwork Follow me on Twitter: https://...

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My lathe journeys. #24: ... Crime scene pix, not for the squemish!

03-20-2015 04:27 PM by JoeinGa | 10 comments »

Catastrophe !!! . The question is always not “IF” it will happen, but “WHEN” it will happen. Well it finally happened to me..I started out with a maple and cedar sandwich....Cut out an 11” circle and spent 4 hours turning and sanding what WOULD have been a beautiful 2.5” deep bowl. .. .. I had just put on the 2nd coat of Tung oil and had picked it up to move it from my bench and I FUMBLED IT ! As it slipped from my hands I almost caught it, but...

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Craftsy woodworking blog posts #20: End Grain Cutting Board Posts

03-20-2015 02:14 PM by Furnitude | 0 comments »

I wrote about making end grain cutting boards in these two posts on the Craftsy woodworking blog: http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2015/02/how-to-make-an-end-grain-cutting-board/ http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2015/03/maple-end-grain-cutting-board/

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New Altar #2: Altar Lay out

03-20-2015 01:27 PM by Arthouse | 1 comment »

Seeing the model again and again I started to lay out the Gothic Cathederal Arches but first I wanted to have knowledge of the how the old craftsman layed out the arches. I researched on Utube the many different ways how two concentric circles line up to form a cathedral arch. It was agonizing because the Altar is basically a rectangle and all the demonstrations were of squares. My lay outs didn’t coincide . I became prematurely grey, I walked away many times for air. Cussing helped. ...

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Build a giant shoe box! (VIDEO!)

03-20-2015 12:15 PM by GlassImpressions | 0 comments »

I documented the video on my YouTube Channel. I encourage you to check it out! http://youtu.be/BmQ9YJTv6-U This week I built a giant shoe box! It is a copy of an Air Jordan shoe box, complete with product tag! Material: MDF, Vinyl, Shipping Label Joinery: Rabbits, Butt joints, glue, brads, screws Finish: Black latex paint, vinyl decals, MSRP product label Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=pbmaster11 Facebook page: https:/...

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New Router Lift For A New Router Table!!!

03-20-2015 02:44 AM by Bryan Gilles | 1 comment »

I’m excited to say that I am now the proud owner of a Woodpeckers PRL-V2 Precision Lift! I’m getting ready to build “The Ultimate Router Table” by Dan Phalen and looking to post the whole process via YouTube! Has anyone here built this table? Any pro’s or con’s- perhaps upgrades or customizations you wish you would have built or…? I’m really excited as I’ve been using my current table- an Oak Park style table- for almost 6 years. Its been ...

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