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"Hobbit Holes in MyWorld" --by RusticWoodArt #75: Burl On A Spit

07-13-2010 05:54 AM by frank | 8 comments »

Burl On A Spit ….wood can out-tell tales,skewered through i ringed my heart, two sides of my-self….—by flp ————————————————————————————————————————————————————R...

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Extremely Average #205: Sunday is for being Social

07-26-2010 02:50 AM by Ecocandle | 0 comments »

Hello LJ’s, I have become a featured blogger on the Des Moines register, so most Sunday’s I will be writing my blog about Social Media. Today I wrote about why one would use Twitter. Tonight’s post is ‘What is Twitter?’ http://su.pr/2idoup If you don’t use Twitter, you might give it a try. There are a lot of really great woodworkers who hang out and chat. I am following several hundred really clever people. Brian @ExtremelyAvg (My Twit...

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Band Saw Tune Up

08-07-2010 06:04 AM by wichle | 5 comments »

A month or 2 ago someone posted a list of Band Saw tune up steps. I am looking for this list as I would like to tune up my Jet 14” Band Saw. Anybody remember this post??? Bill

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #79: Finding Balance (sigh!) Again

08-21-2010 01:41 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 11 comments »

How quickly things can sneak up on us! There are times that I wonder if it is something I do to myself, or is it just life’s way of keeping us on our toes. I guess when I find the true answer to that, I will be well on my way to having “all the answers”. (That was a joke – not an arrogant comment. I know that sometimes when I write things, my subtle sarcasm can get lost in the print) I want a 48 hour day. I guess the realist in me knows that that isn’t g...

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Oak Pub Table #4: Glue ups and sanding are finished

09-03-2010 05:25 AM by VinnieP | 1 comment »

I am ever so close to staining. All of the gluing and sanding is done as of now. I’m going to give everything a once over to see if there are any more spots that needed sanding. Otherwise, I’m ready to start staining. I am going to stain the top before attaching it. Here is the post all glued up: This is a close up of the arms. The groove you see was routed in. The buttons I made previously will help connect the top. This is how it looks without the top on: And h...

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Woodworking Humor #1: Trying to Clean Up My Act.

09-15-2010 05:11 PM by Jonathan | 9 comments »

If anybody has been following my workshop updates, you’ll be familiar with the fact that I barely even have a “workshop” right now; it’s more like a tornado dropped tools, parts of a forest, and piles of sawdust and woodchips in my basement. I can only imagine that this is a freak occurrence, and it just so happened to pick my exact latitude and longitude. Maybe I should contact NCAR (National Center for Atmospheric Research) in Boulder, CO since they’re just a s...

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Ronin Woodworking #11: WHY? Why must I SUCK at this?

09-29-2010 05:29 PM by spaids | 3 comments »

ARRRGGG! Well I have come to the conclusion with the help of advice from the proprietors of the contest (The Sawdust Chronicles Build Challenge 2010) that my design requires a laminated top. I knew that movement would be a problem but I hoped there was a trick I was unfamiliar with. There is no trick. If I want a “framed” top on my little table I either leave room for movement and accept that or I laminate. And let the sucking begin. Uh… that sounded odd. Anyway. Fir...

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Old Delta Jointer Rebuild

10-10-2010 11:17 PM by Bluepine38 | 2 comments »

I found this Delta Jointer at a garage sale for $50.00 complete with rust. I only had a serial no. 2-561 on it, no Model number, but it resembled the model 37-307 (old style) 6” jointerwithout the stand. The plywood stand was in sad shape and the motor was enclosed by the plywood and wasso full of sawdust that no more would fit in. I replaced the electric motor and cutter head bearings and builtthis dust chute and steel base, cutting the steel with a special steel cutting skil...

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #142: We're Up and Running!! (Well - sort of!)

10-23-2010 12:18 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 16 comments »

Well, I did it! Last night sometime after supper, I got brave and hit the ‘publish’ button on my new site. After looking at it all week long, it seemed that it was time to really check things out. I still had to finish those few pattern packets, but I needed to try some things out like making sure the processor and ordering process worked and I didn’t want to wait because the general phone customer support isn’t available on weekends (except if you choose to purchas...

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Asian Style Box... #1: Teaser

11-04-2010 10:24 PM by degoose | 15 comments »

Just a few pics of the teaser box… shown in the “Sign With A Story” post.. This is made from silky oak for the posts and rails.. with Queensland Red Cedar panels… Roughly based on a Neil Scobie design... The glue up…Just out of the clamps with the top resting on the box… Bring out the colour and grain with some mineral turpentine…. Should I include another teaser… OK Camphor Laurel and Rosewood… chess board… d...

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