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work bench #4: Belt sander hack - sanding top

02-18-2011 01:18 AM by gpastor | 7 comments »

The bench top ends are just rough cut. What to do? SEE—- Belt sander hack – sanding top

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Weekend Work A Coming!!!

03-11-2011 05:45 AM by GreenNewbie | 1 comment »

Excited about this weekend. I’m going to start working on making two of the Woodsmith Shop Peg Board storage shelf/cabinet. But, the more exciting part is hooking up my dust collector to some tools for the first time. I know my wife will be a lot happier with most of the saw dust not on everything in the garage :) Also, the other day I decided that I will be making both of my daughters a dresser. Should be a lot of fun to design and build!!!

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #327: A New Opportunity

05-02-2011 01:13 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 5 comments »

Yesterday seemed to go by very quickly. I spent the day writing the instructions for my two projects that are going to the magazine for the holiday issue. I am pretty much finished up though and the package will be ready to be picked up today or tomorrow. They should have it by the end of the week. Writing instructions is a very important part of my job and it takes a great amount of time. The more I talk with and answer questions for people, I become more aware of what information to ...

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Belt Sander Suggestions #1: Looking to purchase a belt sander

05-25-2011 01:07 AM by DamnYankee | 9 comments »

I’m looking to purchase a belt sander and looking for recommendations. As I’ve never had one before I don’t know how much I will use it. Based on past experience with new tools I will use it more than I do now and more than I think I will. I know I prefer to spend the money, when needed, on a good quality tool up front (buy quality pay once, buy junk pay several times..usually more than you would have if paid up front). This is not to say money is no object but… T...

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QUESTION OF THE WEEK #1: Type of Woodworker?

07-06-2011 03:07 PM by MsDebbieP | 74 comments »

  What kind of woodworker are you?   “I am ….”     1. “a galoot” – give me hand tools and I’m happy     2. “a more power person” – power tools, hands down     3. “a mixer” – just get the job done, whether it’s hand or power tools  

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Art Prize 2011 #4: Ready to Cut

08-05-2011 04:32 AM by tyskkvinna | 8 comments »

I glued in the rest of the pieces today. The big three (Americas, Eurasia-Africa-Australia, Antarctica) were glued in with wood glue and then weighted. I let it dry for about 10 hours and then brought it up on the router table. Lightly etched where the top layer pieces go and then busted out the industrial CA. It comes with a spray-on coating for one piece and glue for the other side. WORKED AMAZING! Everything is settled and hanging out happily on the table. Tomorrow I start cutting. ...

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Restoring an old Brace with Brit #1: The rust is coming off.....

08-16-2011 11:14 PM by dakremer | 12 comments »

hey guys. Brit .....also known as The Man.....started doing an amazing blog on how to restore an old fashion Brace (hand drill). I showed off 3 braces that I had picked up at a thrift store for only $16. I was asking some questions on how to restore them, and Brit stepped up to the challenge. I had no clue he was going to do such an amazing, detailed blog. You should definitely check it out! Anyways, I started this blog to show Brit and others how MY restore is coming along…...and...

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INCRA Cabinet #4: Router Table

09-01-2011 06:12 AM by Lance | 4 comments »

I finished up the face frame yesterday and today, I decided to change from 1” to 1.5” wide on the frame, I went with the smaller size originally because I thought I could get more drawer space. Making it bigger gives it the extra strength I think it needed. Today I put 2 coats of Minwax Wipe on Poly (Glossy) to all my pieces. I’m actually thinking about putting straight poly in the box to reduce friction with the dust, we’ll see how a couple coats of wipe on turns o...

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1 man saw restore #1: de-rust

11-01-2011 05:16 AM by Wayne | 3 comments »

A couple months ago I found a few of old saws- I havent had the time to commit to a detailed “project” lately, so Ive been piddling with returning these geezers back to work horses. (With much inspiration from you lumberjocks!). While waiting on the drill press frame to get braised, Ive started on this saw (far right in above picture). It needs a good cleaning , and a new handle. The set is actually fairly decent, and some might say sharp (?)......some.Anywho, first coated the ...

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Responce to my show questions.

11-16-2011 02:25 PM by Eagle1 | 5 comments »

Thanks for all the imput my fellow Lumberjocks. To answer a few questions. The first show I did make back my booth fee which was $25.00. The second show was $25.00 but I paid it with a rolling pin. The one that I will be at this friday is $25.00. My pens range from $12.00 to $30.00 for the bullet pens. Cutting boards the oak ones are $10.00 and $15.00. The butcher block is $90.00. The bowls are various prices depending on what kinda wood.I also had hair sticks that were 3 for $10.00 they are ...

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