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Living Room #3: TV Stand update

07-24-2013 08:54 AM by Jason W. Fudge | 1 comment »

After getting home pretty late today I finished putting the last bits of trim on my tv stand and sanded it down to 320. Im planning on taking it to 1000 but I might not. The wood is wenge for the trim and sides and the tops are acacia flooring. What are your thought for the finish?

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Restoring a Number 7 Bailey Jointer Plane #4: Before and After pictures, and some shavings

08-10-2013 03:30 AM by MrFid | 5 comments »

Back again! It’s been a little while since I posted on this thread about restoring a Stanley Bailey No 7 jointer. I had basically finished the plane last episode, but I hadn’t gotten around to taking pictures (too busy jointing wood, I guess!). Before I post pictures of the final product, I should say that the tote is still broken. I tossed around the idea of making my own, to the point even where I downloaded specs that would have allowed me to do it. However, here’...

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Southwest end tables #4: Build Complete - 8 Days to go.

09-10-2013 03:30 AM by MarkTheFiddler | 8 comments »

Howdy! The build is done so I figure I have 8 days of sanding and finishing left to do. The dark wood running down the legs and across the stretchers is African Mahogany. I’ll start building the final table of the set some time this week! Yee Ha…...

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Workshop Projects #2: From a 200 year old ruin into a workshop - Part 2

09-28-2013 08:42 AM by Serradura | 2 comments »

Now, how strange it is to be all alone in your workshop, nobody around, just you, your tools and your video camera and still being nervous. Knowing that you are going to share that video with the world makes you feel watched and although you can do it over and over again until you got it right, still your feeling embarrassed while making mistakes. Maybe that insecurity will become less overtime…. I didn’t withhold me from making the second video on the 4 year long journey of re...

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Veneer inlay work #1: Making your own veneer inlay

10-23-2013 08:25 AM by robscastle | 3 comments »

You may have noticed some of my projects are veneer inlay enhancedThe inlays I use are mostly made by myself, for the more complex medallion’s and the likes they are store bought. Today I was busy making some veneer inlay stock, the activity was prompted by a few posts from rogerbean and the boxes he has made.The edging he used on the boxes fascinated me so I attempted to reproduce the effect I am not sure how it was made for his projects but I muddled my way through to partly re...

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Just for Fun #1: Scientific Inspirational Wooden Carving

01-24-2014 06:26 AM by Hoosierwoodcraft | 4 comments »

Looking at the spring graduation of my niece, and just for fun, I decided to make a video of the carving process to the beat of a techno tune and still tell the story. To see which female scientist I choose or how I made the carving, please view https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk4OmUNecR8b Just do not tell my niece.

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Shop's Log #5: Sargent 3416 Restoration

02-09-2014 04:24 PM by terryR | 8 comments »

Hi everyone, just wanted to share some quick results from a recent product experiment…Turtle Wax Rubbing Compound. Nearly everyone I know cleans vintage tools with some combination of BLO, soap, and spirits…or a secret solution containing one of the above. However, recently, LJ buddy CFrye uncovered this article on The Best Things:http://www.thebestthings.com/toolfaqs.htm The author is mostly dealing with collectable tools, but admits any fine tool should be cared for...

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Different tool chest design

03-16-2014 07:47 AM by BigYin | 2 comments »

This is on US ebay. The guy wants $395 !I thought the basic design might interest lumberjocks. Dimensions 35”long x 20”deep x 16”high http://i668.photobucket.com/albums/vv47/bigyin1961/Wood%20Projects/2doorcarpenterstoolbox2_zps3815da5f.jpg http://i668.photobucket.com/albums/vv47/bigyin1961/Wood%20Projects/2doorcarpenterstoolbox3_zps3f9d2369.jpg http://i668.photobucket.com/albums/vv47/bigyin1961/Wood%20Projects/2doorcarpenterstoolbox1_zps36289777.jpg

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catapult column

04-01-2014 01:53 PM by Zeiler | 0 comments »

I finished the column for the arm to be mounted on. I glued four pieces of 3/4 thickness wood to get a 3×3 rectangle, then I put it on the lathe to make it a cylinder. now I have a 3 inch diameter column to put on my frame.

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Woodworking For Therapy #15: AN AWESOME WOOD SHOP IS WAITING FOR ME!

04-19-2014 11:20 PM by Steve Kreins | 15 comments »

Disclaimer: If you are offended by my references to my Christian Faith, PLEASE DO NOT READ ANY OF MY POSTS. THANK YOU. I have a brand new Work Shop being built for me. I’ll tell you about it in a minute, but first….... I figured it was time for an update on my blog. I’ve been busy this week finishing a few projects before I go into the hospital Tuesday. I also prefabbed a few pieces for a box that I might feel like working on when I get home. The Radiologist is goi...

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