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Appreciation

11-27-2008 05:48 PM by oldcop | 7 comments »

It is hard to put into words how much I enjoy Woodjocks.It is the best site I have ever been on.All the people on the site are really great and the comments I have received are great and really apprecitated.It is like a new family to me. I wish all a very HAPPY THANKSGIVING Old Cop

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Creating a Lift Desk #6: Applying Trim

12-04-2015 08:39 PM by Underdog | 2 comments »

Finally with all the trim painted, it was time to start applying it. I had finally decided that it was best to use corner trim and butt the base mold and RB3 to that, rather than try to get a modular desk back together exactly right with mitered corners on the trim. Unprotected sharp edges, not quite square construction, and all that, you see… So here are pix of everything but the top getting trim put on. I don’t think you can see it, but the corner moldings on the inside le...

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Merry Christmas from the Huckster!!!

12-23-2008 01:07 PM by Huckleberry | 4 comments »

Wanted to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas from my family to all of yours. This has been a great year for myself as a woodworker, as I am one step closer to joining the professional ranks that a lot of you all have right now. As we say on the north side of Chicago maybe next year, so to one to all have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. May we all stay safe, and appreciate our ability to do what we love to do!

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Life as an Amateur Woodworker #63: Bedside Table Update

12-07-2015 01:16 PM by PhilBello | 2 comments »

This is just for those cynical members here…Hi Tom!!! :) As you can see the tables do fit in the bedroom, it’s very ‘cosy’ but functional! hahahaha :D

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The 2009 Columbus, Ohio Woodworking Show

01-10-2009 02:10 PM by acanthuscarver | 2 comments »

Ok, because I didn’t quite get to it quickly enough for some of you LJ’s here in Mass., I wanted to let the Ohio contingent know that I’ll be exhibiting at The Woodworking Shows next weekend (January 16th,17th and 18th). If you are in the area, please swing by the show and say hello. I’m really enjoying the chance to meet Lumberjocks from a wide variety of places.

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Box in progress

12-10-2015 07:18 AM by FancyChip | 2 comments »

New box – new pattern: Thank you for looking!

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My pain in the blog

02-01-2009 01:53 AM by GaryCN | 8 comments »

I’ve been working on a table, for quite a while, and it has been done for quite a while.I just hate the finishing process. photo 1Now I’ve been working on the finish foreaver and I’m still not happyphoto 2Maybe I’m just picky but this is driving me crazy the stain is not uniform.I just hate anything to do with finishing when my results are not what I would like.The color is OK with me, But how many coats of stain should I have to apply. I’m on about 6 now.

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eCabinets cut list in excel #12: Introduction to formatting eCabinets Five Piece Door Break down with excel vba

12-12-2015 09:13 PM by ScottM1 | 0 comments »

This is a quick overview for the series that I am starting on how you can modify the five piece door break down worksheet that eCabinets generates when you export there cut list into excel.Check it out and make sure that you subscribe to my channel so you can get all of my latest tips and tricks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWuQStAZ9Bw&index=1&list=PLsajY4bbxhrCKfcrq6PtA5gA2cYsbVtvA To get all of my latest tips and tricks click on this link to subscribe to my channelhttps://...

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The Slowest Farm Shop #3: Mildly Frighteningly Sharp?

02-21-2009 01:33 AM by Will Mego | 7 comments »

So today I managed to pick upWhat’s this? It’s plate glass!I got it home, and a little later, after picking up some 3M-77 spray adhesive and some more sandpaper,I then got to work lapping my beat up blue marples chisel. As it turns out, the chisel has gotten WAY out of wack. Probably from my misguided attempts at lapping it in the past, but oh well, that’s why I had gotten them cheap, so I could learn without destroying something special.The pictures of the lapping and honin...

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Art Deco TV Table #14: This Side Up

12-19-2015 01:50 PM by newTim | 1 comment »

The top and bottom are mirror images of each other and can be cut at the same time just like the shelves. You just need to mark each one (this side up) so they stay in alignment to make up for any imperfections in the shape. To begin I made a template so I could figure out the placement of the tenons used to line up the parts in the glue up. I set the bottom drawer on the template and clamped the front and side ribs to extend the line down the side. I used another rib to define the overha...

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