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"Rumblings of a Livid Imagination" --by RusticWoodArt #1: "Art-Full Imagination" --by RusticWoodArt

03-27-2007 01:01 PM by frank | 5 comments »

”Art-Full Imagination” ....and so just as my hands where finding a place of rest, from the duties of my gouging tool, my mind opened up and swallowed a look of forlorn desire, as my eyes laid hold upon this thing i had hoped to call art…. —-and what is art unless one has sat in the dung heap of job, where with saintly satisfaction gone the way of passing nodes of ashes gone knotty grey, i have once again become the sounding gong of wood songs greatest orchestral ...

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Thorsen Side Table #2: Aprons and legs dry fit

04-29-2007 07:59 PM by fred | 6 comments »

Progress is definitely being made. I used my new Router Mortising Jig and cut the mortises on the legs and stretchers. The new jig worked far better than I had expected. Woohoo! The plans don’t tell you everything to expect so when I did the first dry fit of the legs and aprons I found that some of the tenons did not properly fit. The mortises were 7/8” deep and the tenons were ¾”. Naturally, if the mortises are in the center of a 1 ¼” leg then the tenons would not fit all the way. I h...

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Tools #2: Veritas Mk.II Sharpening System Quick Review - VIDEO

05-31-2007 04:04 PM by mot | 15 comments »

Hi Folks, As promised, a quick tour of the Veritas Mk.II Sharpening System. In the video I seem to use back bevel and micro bevel interchangeably. This is a mistake and is due to doing these videos at 1am when I should be ”sawing logs,” in bed. However, here it is…

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Bandsaw's bite

08-08-2007 12:39 AM by DataDoc | 22 comments »

No matter how careful you think you are, when you feel the thunk of the blade as it catches on the bone means it’s too late. I reached to brush away a cutoff and got my thumb snagged in the blade. With my wife’s assistance I got it bandaged up, and then sat around all afternoon holding my hand up to relieve the pounding in my thumb. Three Ibuprofen and 30 minutes later I had relief. Now all I feel is stupid.

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Thank you for the welcome

09-16-2007 04:31 PM by squeak | 0 comments »

Thank You all for the welcome I’m sure if I have a queestion that someone out there will be able to answer it for me ….... Thank You Again

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Wood Tub Project #1: Glue Up

10-13-2007 08:45 PM by bryce | 5 comments »

Thanks Everyone for the warm welcome everyone! I just a young guy that is a beginning woodworker. So if anyone has any tips and suggestions let me know!! The project that I am working on now is a wooden tub. I am using 8/4 red oak and building what is essentially big square box. Right now I am glueing up the wood together to make all the sides. Now I know what your thinking. Wood and water don’t mix. In the past when people have built wooden tubs it was left completely fi...

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The Best of 'Wood Art" #1: "Upcoming Awards Event" --by RusticWoodArt

11-07-2007 04:16 PM by frank | 23 comments »

Upcoming Awards Event“Twice a year, LumberJocks.com hosts a Woodworking Awards Event. Watch for more details about how to participate and what the Awards Recipients will receive in honor of their woodworking abilities.” Categories: Not Just Any Box – There are boxes and then there are “boxes”. Whether are you are a beginning woodworker or a skilled craftsman a box can provide a challenge to bring your woodworking skills to a new level by mixing technique with artistry. It’s tim...

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Ever buy lumber without a specific project in mind?

12-04-2007 09:05 PM by speakerscott | 15 comments »

So I found a very nice piece of mahogany at the lumber yard yesterday….brought it home and promptly got the following questions from my wife. What’s that? What are you going to use it for? If you don’t know…can I say that I have been wanting a new desk and dining room table…it would make a good one don’t you think? So I went running back this morning to find the match to it…which I did…and I believe that I have a dining room table pr...

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My 3 Horses

01-01-2008 10:00 AM by Allison | 2 comments »

I found the pattern to these horses in a stained glass pattern book of which I know longer have so I cannot give credit. If anyone out there in cyberspace knows who did this pattern I would really like to know so that I can give credit. Stain glass patterns are a nice alternative to regular wood patterns and usually quite easier.

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help uploading pics of my project

01-20-2008 09:55 PM by lance | 2 comments »

Hi Guys, Problem solved. Thanks to everyone. I did this once before quite a while ago and I cannot find my notes. Hope I’m not being a bother. If you send me your phone number, I will be happy to call you. It is so much easier than doing it by email. My personal email is coachbob@coachbob.org and my phone is 302.328.8333. Thanks in advance. Have a great day,

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