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My Workshop and office project

1972 days ago by majeagle1 | 11 comments »

Well, this is my first “blog” so I will give it a go. I was just going to post some pictures of my workshop as it is now, but then I ran into the pictures of entire process so I thought it might be interesting. The workshop is 20×30 with a 10×20 office space inside as well. The ground had to be prepared and then foundation and then I had “Tuff Shed” bring in my “workshop kit”. ( I provided them with full scale drawings and plans that I did on Auto cad ) They had the building up ...

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Mortise & Tenon question............need some advise

1954 days ago by Al | 6 comments »

As I embarked on my new addiction of woodworking, I spent the winter months orginizing my small workshop and built some jigs for future use. From plans, I built a pretty cool tenonning jig from PlansNow and put it to the test this past weekend with good results. However, when reviewing the plans, the mortise dimensions are a bit longer than the tenons. Is that a technical reason to help with the fit or am I doing somthing wrong? Since the tenons are already cut, I sure would like to use...

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Making an effective quick release feather board

1935 days ago by Frankie Talarico Jr. | 3 comments »

I built this feather board last friday, and took pictures along the way. It’s a lever action feather board and how to build one. It works out great if you make repeatetive cuts in large quantities.This is a project you can do in about three hours. Quick release feather board brought to you by Getneds

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House of Tools

1890 days ago by Eyefordeals | 4 comments »

Hey Everyone I went to a House of Tools store today in Calgary (2828, 32nd Avenue NE). Yes they are in receivership and their liquidation sale started today. WOW!!! Great deals!!!! All cordless and power tools are 25% off. They have a great selection but I would hurry in as they won’t be around for long. They have 9 stores open. Three in Calgary, two in Edmonton, one in Red Deer, one in Regina, one in Lethbridge, and one in Saskatoon. Check it out!!!!!

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Jellyfish Table #4: Making The Oval

1875 days ago by Blake | 18 comments »

THE OVAL The apron for this table is going to be a bent-laminated oval: I found a great tutorial on how to draw a simple oval on a website called In the Woodshop with Howard Ruttan. Here are some of the simple drawings on his page: And here is mine: MAKING THE FORM So I cut it out with the jigsaw: Then I used the first oval as a router template to cut its clone: (I broke my favorite spiral router bit in the process) The two MDF form ha...

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Spray Booth #4: Fan Unit

1820 days ago by VerteramoFurniture7 | 3 comments »

The spray booth fan system is finished. Just like the dry rack I built this out of scrap wood. If you remember the pictures of the spray booth when I started the blog you can see that the right side of the spray booth was away from the wall. That was because I had an old bench there that I was just using to hold junk. After spraying some larger items I realized that I needed more room in the booth. Since the bench was old and just holding junk I decided to take it apart. After taking it...

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1802 days ago by xylosapiens | 0 comments »

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Tablesaw Workstation #5: Some progress on the drawers and tops

1770 days ago by JohninSD | 2 comments »

Made a little more progress – building the drawers, squaring up the tops. This workstation is already a pleasure to use, as the saw is much more stable and at a much more convenient height. It is also a breeze to move around on the casters. Although it was on casters before, it was so off balance that moving it was almost as difficult as moving it without casters. I squared up the top blanks using a Skilsaw and the second straightedge guide I’d made. I left out the screws on the g...

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Iron-on edgebanding, the woodworking equivalent of the microwave meal

1754 days ago by bunkie | 4 comments »

Yes, we’ve all been there, falling for the instant product whose convenience makes it irresistable, but which always delivers less than it promises. I’m currently mid-way through a major project to build a full set of kitchen cabinets. Being a modern Scandinavian-American sort of guy, I like the stark look of clean lines so I went with a European frameless design for the cabinets. I’m using maple plywood (with veneer so thin that it’s more like “essence of map...

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Parquet Floor Blocks

1737 days ago by PG_Zac | 3 comments »

Several years ago my step-dad gave me a few dozen 9” X 3” floor blocks when he ripped them out of his home. They are really grungy with decades of polish, varnish, dirt, scratches (patina lol) on the upper side, and solidified bitumen on the underside and sides. During a short lull in my work last night, I decided to put a few through the bandsaw and sander to see what I had in the box. I already had an old blade in the saw for splitting tar poles (and that’s a whole di...

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