I have just updated my WORKSHOP photos and description for the first time in about a year. I thought I’d better do this before the big remodel/expansion I plan to do this winter. Just thought I’d let you know so you could check out the new pix.
From my blog: Christopher Schwarz moderated this session on the second day of Woodworking in America in Berea, KY. Robin Lee and Thomas Lie-Nielsen participated. Highlights of items covered during this session: Summary (from notes I took during the session – but everything is on the video): 1. Characteristics of both types of hand planes.2. Questions with Robin Lee and Thomas Lie-Nielsen.3. Questions from the audience. Now for the good stuff: Using a Veritas bevel-up plan...
<div> Click To Play </div> In this episode Callum and I talk about cross cutting and all the diferent ways you can do it, also we talk about what you want to consider when buying a miter saw. In our great deal segment of the show we feature the Hitachi 9 tool combo kit which has been reduced by 70%. In our coo...
Hey guys! Just in case you missed our blog last week (or are just procrastinating), we still have some domestic and exotic hardwoods for sale at great prices during our liquidation sale. We wanted to be sure to offer these bargains to you guys, as we have really appreciated your support. Let the chips fly…Craven
I’m making a rack for desctop computer. This is 1/6 model.
Maybe you don’t know. Times are tough. Nobody has any money. ... well maybe expect for that Bernie Madoff guy. oh oh oh!! Get this… Bernie MADE OFF with all the money!!!! HAHAHAHAHAA!!!Get it?? Made off? Like he made… oh forget it. I know you get it. Its a funny one. You can use it if you want. ... just credit me.I want to HELP you with your money situation. Like with ‘THE SECRET OF THE CABINET DOORS!” ... sounds like an Indiana Jones movie! That actually sounds ...
Well today had another Cherry that was standing that was dead. I cut it down and it was bad in the middle so I took off a couple blocks from the end. It then was sound so ended up getting 4 more logs from it. The largest one is 20 inchs on the small end and 8 feet long. Also knocked down a Hard Maple that the roots were out of the ground. I didn’t have time to cut the logs from it so I just anchorsealed the end for now and that is a project for a different day. Henry
Ever since the 70’s when I bought my first Saw RAS (Radial Arm Saw) from Sears I have started adding equipment to my shop in the hopes that if I were lucky enough to make it to retirement I would have a well-equipped shop. Though I never had much free time to use any of it, I did manage to get probably more tools than I may ever need (Nah! No such thing as too many tools lol) But now that I did manage to retire last year I am getting my shop in order and setup the way I want it while al...
- – - – - – - – -Update:I just realized I never posted pictures of the finished door. After reading a few books on finishing, I decided to use Linseed Oil, Shellac, and Wax. I like the fact that these products are all very “natural” and have been used for centuries. And I am really please with the results. After one application of Linseed Oil (boiled) I mixed the shellac myself (there is a place here in San Francisco called Sinopia Pigments that sells...
Yo whats up everybody I just bought a skil 10 in 15 amp table saw from lowes and it will probably be at my house by friday. It comes with a stand and I will do a table saw setup video when I get it. I compared this one to the ryobi and what really stood out was 2 things it has more power and it also has a dust port. This week I have spent about 5 hours total cleaning up the shop and I made a dust port for my miter saw basically what I did was I put a small piece of wood on the back part of th...
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