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Table Saw/Router Combo

03-18-2014 02:58 AM by jcfernan | 2 comments »

Welcome to my first project and blog. I am new to woodworking, well kind off, I have done some small projects back about 12 – 15 years ago. After having the tools in storage for 10 years I am getting back in and have acquired new-to-me tools. First I would like to say that this was not what I had planned for my router table. While I was looking for ideas for my simple Router Table (RT) I came across zzzzdoc set up and immediately my plans changed, I went from a stand alone cabinet to...

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Lee and Shelley's Wet Bar #6: Final Assembly of Base Cabinets

04-03-2014 02:51 AM by MT_Stringer | 1 comment »

Time to put ‘em together. Each face frame was attached to the carcase with pocket hole screws. The drawer cabinet is complete and ready for drawer fronts to be attached. The left side of the sink base cabinet has a 1/4 inch maple skin attached because it is open to view. Sink base is complete. Next up, the two end cabinets. Each one has two small drawers and two doors. The left end cabinet was skinned on both sides and it has the short shelf. Instal...

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Side project #2: Flag project time filler

04-22-2014 02:46 AM by BJODay | 2 comments »

The main project currently in my shop is my nesting tables. My wife and I have them stained. I working on varnishing. I’m using a wipe-on poly before assembly. It is time consuming and I can only do a few of the parts at a time. So, while I’m between coats, I’ve been puttering around with a side project. I saw this at a restaurant. It is an American flag made out of painted baseballs. I thought I’ll make a smaller version using ping pong balls. I found cheap balls ...

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Eli Adamit wood carving, interview in the Israli national TV, channel 2.

05-15-2014 10:41 AM by Eli Adamit | 3 comments »

The program was broadcast on 14.05.2014 under the program called “local creation.” They invite artists from different fields for interview. (Sorry, but the subtitles are in Hebrew and Arabic only).Please click here to see it

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How to Choose & Sharpen Augers & Auger Bits

06-06-2014 02:44 PM by WoodAndShop | 8 comments »

By Joshua Farnsworth (Writer at In the above video I share a tutorial on how to choose and sharpen augers and auger bits. The most important consideration when buying vintage auger bits is the lead screw. If it’s blunt then you won’t have luck in getting your auger bit started into the wood. And that will lead to no hole in your wood! You should purchase a simple auger bit file (like this one that I purchased). This special file has file teeth on the face ...

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My NEW Chip Carving book is ready!

08-12-2014 07:36 PM by MyChipCarving | 5 comments »

Hello LJ’ers,One week ago today I was picking up 2000 copies of my new book, Chip Carving Essentials, A Step-by-Step Guide to Successful Chip Carving. The finished product was boxed and ready to go! The pressman who ran my book was my first sale. He knew right away that his uncle would really enjoy this book. I loaded them into my truck and trailer and got home in time to unload and load up again and head to Carv-Fest for three days of classes. If you'd like to check it out, CLICK HERE!...

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Been out for a while... Not intentional...

09-03-2014 02:48 AM by dbhost | 11 comments »

I really need to check in more often. I am just flooded with other issues these days. My shop looks like a tornado hit it, and I haven’t spent any woodworking time out there since May…. Been busy with home repair / truck repair projects. I am prepping to take the RHCE in the freshly released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 here in a couple of weeks, so I am cramming as much into my head as I can… I think I will be ready but not certain…. Been working too many hours on...

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SHOP ALONG #17: moving up thru blessings

09-28-2014 08:20 PM by patron | 44 comments »

last time we left off herewith a new electric panel got some 220 hooked up to some of the floor boxesand vacuum there tooit is all still ‘in the works’ however the table saw and jointer are working off the new systemnot extension cords and vac hoses i was fortunate to get a couple outside jobsand got 4 cords of firewood so i can mellow for coming winterso went and got a chimney box and pipesand hooked up the shop stove while working off a ladder thereit became appa...

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It is a bit cold here... #1: Trying to stay busy but not in the shop, brrrr!

11-14-2014 01:42 AM by patty | 7 comments »

Well the artic blast is here and yes it is cold. I don’t have power in my shop yet so I use cords n until today no heat. So I went shopping today at a couple great places for getting awesome deals. First we went to our Habitat Resale Store, omg it’s my favorite. They have so much stuff some new mostly gently used but the selection and prices are the best. Plus the money spent helps families in need get a house. So I got a couple new blades for saws and I got some hinges for ...

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UPDATED How to change all of the board stock in custom layout.

12-06-2014 03:19 PM by ScottM1 | 0 comments »

Hello every one here is my latest video “UPDATED How to change all of the board stock in custom layout.”Here is the link. If you have vewid my video on how to change all of the board stock in custom layout then you realy need to check this out. eCabinets latest build eCabinets Systems 6.0 Build 15 has a new feature that will allow you to change the board stock on selected cabinets. This video will demonstrate how to use this feature in custom layout. ...

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