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Organizing Totality

02-08-2013 04:23 AM by Bill J. Griffin | 6 comments »

The most organized tool box EVER!!!You have to check this tool case out lol http://www.lylaandblu.com/post/8331331053

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candle holder made out of a pear tree branch

02-23-2013 12:59 AM by Fabian | 6 comments »

A candle holder made out of a pear tree branch

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Quick Tip: Box beam jointing on the table saw

04-08-2013 04:14 PM by JSB | 5 comments »

Just a quick tip. Use a box beam level to joint virtually anything on the table saw. I am using clamps to secure the legs of my blanket chest in this example but you can easily tape a warped board to the level (make sure its not going anywhere) to get a perfect edge every time. Check out this short 36 second clip.

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Tickle Trunk #6: Decorating and Final Touch

04-22-2013 08:13 PM by Chad | 1 comment »

So finally I can see the finish line but to be honest these simple flowers were intimidating. So much more appreciation for artist and there skills. This is the final enrty into the blog and i will post the finished pics under my projects. Thanks for visiting.

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Empire Console Table Gilding #4: Finishing up the console table

07-06-2013 08:30 PM by Patricelejeune | 3 comments »

So I am finally done with the console table. Here were the last days of work After water gilding, like usual burnishing, sorry about the quality of the picture Instacoll on the capitals as I could not water gilt them without flooding the original finish. It is a bit like oil gilding, but has the shine of water gilding. Green clays on the feet, light layers then darker and darker to create an effect with some wear. A little extra wear then some repair to get the right f...

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Mid-Century Chair Repair. FREY WOODWORKING INC.

08-10-2013 04:06 AM by Delta356 | 0 comments »

Hi. Hope everyone is enjoying the summer weather, and having fun in there shop. Heres a chair I repaired in June. The client brought me this chair and the Mid-Century chair’s right leg was broken. It also was missing a piece were the dowel was. So once again here at F.W.I we did are magic, and a new chair was born. The client was very happy with the repair. Hope you all enjoy the video of the repair. Thank you all for taking the time to watch this. Take care, and have a great weekend. http...

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makita 2040 planer

08-24-2013 08:18 PM by charley | 3 comments »

first of all I hate to join this blog and then ask a question. but I can’t find any info anywhere else. I got this Makita 2040 planer for a couble of years now and I got new rollers right after I bought it use. Its has been cutting fine in till a few days ago it started slipping as I feed the cedar lumber through it, I’ve sharping the blades, wax the feed table and even tighten down the rollers a bit. But when it slips it makes a knocking sound that worries me.. Can’t figure...

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Demo

09-28-2013 11:19 AM by Ronald G Campbell | 1 comment »

Hey you all we will be streaming live a demo by professional turner Mark Gardner. He will be sharing tips on turning. It is an all day event so join us. 9/28/13 http://thegeekgroup.org/live/

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Tool Tip #8: Plastic spring hand Clamps

10-23-2013 09:05 AM by robscastle | 8 comments »

These clamps are in just about every shop, and are useful for all sorts of applications. I was making some veneer inlay strips and decided to use them to clamp the work whilst the glue dried. Well to my surprise they began snapping in various areas. The failures ranged from the tip right back to the pivot point, very odd to say the least. As I had finished work for the day and I was about to bin them when I decided to dismantle them and make two sets from four. Well that wa...

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Life as an Amateur Woodworker #7: Dust free at last... well almost!

11-13-2013 11:58 PM by PhilBello | 6 comments »

The main problem with having a ‘micro-workshop’ in the apartment, is that dust does not stay there, and it is the one thing that annoys my wife! (especially when I run my finger over the furniture, and asked if she has dusted today! :) ) So I thought it was about time I did something to ease the problem. I decided to use an Vac hose support devised by Jack Houweling you can see his video Here , it is ideal for the small workshop, where you haven’t got space for dedicate...

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