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Going to local shows. #29: Tasmanian Timber for sale at Maleny Wood Expo..

04-19-2011 10:12 AM by degoose | 11 comments »

You heard correctly … I will have some Tasmanian timber for sale at the show… just over a cubic metre of Tasmanian Huon Pine… Got a call today letting me know that the Carins Brothers from Tasmania will not be attending the Maleny show… and they have some Huon Pine stored at YAS Engineering where the TWC is made…... They will however be attending the Timber and Working With Wood Show at the RNA in Brisbane 3 weeks later… So I have been asked to s...

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Bargin Deals and Steals #1: Diablo Blades

06-07-2011 04:48 AM by Brandon | 9 comments »

Today after work I had to run a honey do list at the big box store for charcoal. As I was browsing the isles looking and gawking at various tools, then the moment happened. On an end cap I saw a Fathers Day special on 7 1/4” 24 tth Diablo saw blades 2 for $10.00. No wait this can’t be happening this is way to good of a deal for such good blades. After the initial shock I remember reading a recent blog on the 7 1/4” blades on a table saw and thought what the hell why not. ...

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New Toys...

06-21-2011 05:52 PM by Wiggy | 11 comments »

Morning…I know this in nothing compaired to the hoards and wonderful things you guys stumble/fall into but, I’m damn pumped about it. Just scored these babies from a friend (now, a very, very, dear, sweet, wonderful friend).A set of thirty, brand new, diamond tipped, bits for my Dremel.SAAAAAA-WEEEEEEEEEET! (Yes, I did, in fact, pee myself… just a little….) And as luck would have it, my old friend “Passed Away”, Sunday afternoon and will never sh...

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nothing more than making sawdust and a little blood

08-17-2011 04:37 AM by paoh | 4 comments »

Been scavenging tools and found the mother load at my grandpas house at the lake. I have officially found out why you should never use a dull chisel. Nothing a little super glue and some time to seal up a 1/2 gouge on the inside of my knuckle. Next day I sharpened all three chisels on a cheap oilstone and now just pairing the end grain of a 2×4 leaves a shiny preped surface enough to make me want to chisel my house down. Read the anarchist tool chest willing to sell if anybody is inter...

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Craft shows 101 - First show #2: Getting ready for 2011

09-01-2011 05:19 PM by gurnie | 5 comments »

I thought I would post some photos of my progress of getting ready for the 2011 craft show season 49 Ornaments here Close-up of some ornaments featured in the above photo 31 ornaments featured in this photo 80 intarsia ornaments, 20 more intarsia ornaments to go

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Just for Fun... #55: A Tube Indeed...

10-18-2011 02:16 AM by littlecope | 25 comments »

Another Manic Monday… Worked from 5;3O this morning until two… good to get home, the beginning of my “weekend”... Can’t forget the mail before I go up to the apartment…The mail… What is this?!It looks like a giant Firecracker!!! Where is the fuse?!But wait, it has oddly familiar handwriting on it… I’ll need some Moxie to open this, it’s very secure…Inside I found this… It seems our very own Vintage Architect, “Ma...

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LumberJocks Scrap It Out #3: And The Winner Is ...

11-01-2011 07:31 PM by Martin Sojka | 16 comments »

Thanks for posting all great projects in this challenge. We ended with 24 entries total. You can review them all here – it’s easy to get inspired. And here is the winner of home banner fame for 15 days (banner featuring the project will be created by LumberJocks and linked to the project’s page): Congrats Gene!

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setting up the new shop #10: Major setback AS SHED COLAPSES IN FREAK WINDSTORM

12-02-2011 03:41 AM by thedude50 | 33 comments »

Ok well at 2am today we were hit by a major freak windstorm with some gusts as high as 90miles an hour the shed was going to be sheeted tomorrow and instead we are faced with a major cleanup the pics will do the talking I have no clue what i could have done to avoid this it was really bad several of the new homes being build in our neighborhood also collapsed anything that was not sided fell to the ground in a few cases the homes were 2 story homes collapsed the same as my shed I ...

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Woodworking Photography #1: Getting sidetracked

12-19-2011 03:03 AM by ronhowes | 5 comments »

I’m getting sidetracked. If you’ll notice, the better woodworkers also seem to be excellent photographers. I’ve taken thousands of pictures over the years, but have come to realize that I know nothing about photography. Recently I have been scouring the internet, pouring over books and asking lot’s of questions. I have concluded that I really don’t want to venture into another hobby, but I do want to know enough to take better photos of my work- (and family, ...

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Lumberjock's is going to NWA woodshow .

01-13-2012 12:28 AM by huntter2022 | 7 comments »

Just wondering who will be attending the show ? Dick-Miraglia , spoke to the Manager of the nearby Dunkin Donut and he said he would welcome us to meet on Friday, March 30 at 8 pm for great coffee, donuts, and conversation about scrolling. It would be fine for us to bring some snacks also. Mary and I plan to do that. The address of this Dunkin Donuts is 207 South Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY. ALL ARE WELCOME!!! Dick Also check out this th...

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