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380 days ago by PittMania | 5 comments »

Can anyone suggest a decent and moderately priced program?

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Jet JBS-18 Bandsaw Restoration #2: Getting the Jet BS Up and Running

367 days ago by FreezFurn | 0 comments »

It took me quite some time to get 240v ran to the basement, but the installation of a new gas stove right above me in the kitchen could not have been better timed. So, I extended the line from the stove and added two new outlets in the ceiling of my shop. I did not want to invest too much money into a lemon, so I hesitantly hooked it up to the new wiring. It cranked up and ran very loudly with no blade. Which brings me to bearings. Here is a pic of the old upper wheel bearings. They were...

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Entryway Arts & Crafts Mirror & Storage Bench #6: Progress Notes & Grand Finale

348 days ago by Steve Erwin | 1 comment »

Sorry for dropping this project blog. Life got busy and I wasn’t able to keep posting blog entries here on LumberJocks, but here are the highlights from the posts on my personal site. It’s done! :D I had a few delays I paused the project to figure out a finishing formula Quadrilinear Legs, Bookmatched Panels, Arcs, Frame & Panel Progress Made my own scratch stock Ran into trouble resawing for a bookmatched bench lid Another delay Scratch beading, floor ...

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The Siegley Collection #1: My First. The #5

330 days ago by Don W | 9 comments »

All my life, through out most of my careers, my philosophy has been one of a generalist. Sort of a Jack of all trades, master of none. I like the variety and it suits m taste. My collection of hand planes carries that same eclectic foot print. When I’m out looking for vintage tools, I’m just looking for planes. I love finding a new treasure, sometime weeks and months after its been brought home and I discover what I have. So here is the start to my Siegley collection. ItR...

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Pochade Box in progress #1: Pochade box

284 days ago by Jon1094 | 3 comments »

Several people have inquired about the Pochade box I am building for my wife. A Pochade box is a painter’s box that can be transported out into the field. Varying in size, shape and style they can contain any, all or none of the following: paints, pallets, brushes, solvents, canvases, etc. What a Pochade box really does well though is holds a canvas while one is in the field painting. Mine is made of walnut sides with a bookmatched maple top. The base, sub-base and drawers are ma...

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Down and Dirty Fishing Pole Rack

266 days ago by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

I made a fishing pole rack that holds 7 poles. I go over construction detail as well as how this will be mounted on to the wall. Watch the video HERE and make sure to subscribe!

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Time to get serious about woodworking #2: Unboxing the New Table Saw (Powermatic PM2000)

247 days ago by Shelbdog | 3 comments »

This blog post will discuss how my new table saw (Powermatic PM2000) came packaged from the factory and how it was delivered . I think someone that plans on buying this saw might find this posting very informal and what they will expect when taking delivery. I ordered my new saw through ACME tools and my actual sales guy ended up personally delivering the saw right to my house. He transported the saw in a 1ton pickup with a liftgate. It was nice, he backed the truck right up to my garage t...

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Seating Bench Under Construction #2: Creating some of the undercarriage of the bench

214 days ago by Karson | 7 comments »

I started to cut up the pieces for the bench. The end panels are 8 X 13 1/2 with a curved section cut out at the bottom. Marking the curve on the panel. The pieces cut out. Marking the curves for the legs. They are 1 1/2 X 1 1/2 at the top and 2 1/2 X 1 1/2 at the bottom and the curve is 1 7/8 at a mark 8 1/8 from the top end. And the legs cut. The stretcher is 4 7/8 on each end and 3 1/2 in the middle by 1 1/2” And cut: Now on to sanding all of those curved sur...

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Woodworking For Therapy #12: SAFETY BEFORE THERAPY

197 days ago by Steve Kreins | 10 comments »

My Chemo Therapy has been rough, as anyone would understand that has been through it, but one side effect I wasn’t aware of is call ”Chemo Brain”. It’s like my thoughts are trying to push their way through mud. Since I want to encourage people with cancer and other disabilities to try Woodworking for Therapy, I thought a WARNING might be appropriate. We all know that Woodworking can be dangerous and we take precautions to avoid workshop accidents. When you have a di...

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181 days ago by MikeyB23 | 3 comments »

i have not been working on my finale project do to the fact at thye end of the third nine weeks is a box jointed project due. when i am finished i will post pictures to show my awesome work that i do in mr.roccos class. thats all i really have for you guys today ill be posting my updates asap!!!

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