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More kitchen cabonets #2: Ahh it's finally starting to look like a kitchen again

11-26-2010 10:01 PM by bluchz | 1 comment »

Well i have finally gotten back on the kitchen remodel. It started with some demo And then realizing that the window wasn’t square I decided to fix that and Add some framing. Then insulation and vapor barrier. Finally the sheetrock, new lighting, and cabinets. Ohh and the granite guys came and put in the new counter and sink. Still to come are the doors and drawer fronts, more pine countertop, and the new floor. Also a few more cabinets but i have decided to put the floor in fi...

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LumberJocks Helping LumberJocks: Thanks from Duane

12-10-2010 10:05 PM by MsDebbieP | 5 comments »

Dec 10/10Thanks to everyone for their financial and emotional support to Duane Moore. Here is his reply, following our donation drive: the total raised was 681.00 that’s not to bad I must say and will pay for two months of Cobra insurance. Without the Cobra my family would lose everything we have so it makes a big difference. Myself and my family are so greatfull for all of the kind hearts that donated, to you Grizzman for getting things started and being a good listener to the Lo...

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Merry Christmas to All

12-24-2010 04:45 PM by Roger | 21 comments »

We were blessed with our 6th Grandchild on 12/15/2010. (Merry Christmas to us) Projects had to be put on hold fer a bit, but, who cares…. Mom n baby are doing grrrrrreat. Wishing all ya’ll a very Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year. Be safe

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Knock-down, Drag-out Table Saws

01-07-2011 11:57 PM by Furnitude | 0 comments »

http://furnitude.blogspot.com/2011/01/knock-down-drag-out-table-saws.html

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Transition, another word for RETIREMENT #1: Where is all the free time

01-17-2011 04:04 PM by PASs | 25 comments »

Well, I pulled the plug after 28 years, 3 months, and 19 days…Effective at midnight of 31st of January I will be RETIRED from the United States Navy.I started my retirement leave (Navy term for vacation) in the middle of December. Home for the holidays was great. I got into the shop about 6 hours in 2 weeks.Ended up with a head and chest cold that made breathing sawdust, even through a mask, too uncomfortable.Started the new year with longing glances out to the garage, while in the hous...

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the woodworkers attic blog

02-08-2011 12:53 PM by rkoorman | 11 comments »

Hello LJ’s, Last week I started my own blog with the help of blogger.com I also wanted to do something like this to come in contact with more woodworkers. It also comes in handy when people want to know what i make. Now I can tell them to visit the blog and they can read all about it. The language is dutch because that’s easiest for me to write in. I’ve build an a translator and I want to know what you guys/girls think about my first setup. All comments are very wel...

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1950's DeWalt MMB 23 RAS #3: Repainting the RAS

02-17-2011 02:42 AM by Beginningwoodworker | 13 comments »

I done started repainting the radial arm saw, its looks much better than it did. :) I am using a Rustoleum Copper Hammer Finish. Working on clean the post!

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Jayne's Rowboat Rocker #7: Trimming and sanding

02-27-2011 05:22 AM by captkerk | 2 comments »

Got a few more things done on the boat, starting with attaching the bow cap. I ended up changing the shape a little bit to help blend with the side caps and decided on one more dowel at the bow and splines where the bow cap meets the side caps. Once the bow cap was in place, I worked on trimming the walnut diamonds flush with the cap rails. I did this with a trim router, a straight bit and a shim on half of the baseplate that the bit was set flush with. I was then able to nibble away ...

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Where do you get your epiphany?

03-10-2011 05:36 AM by ocwoodworker | 18 comments »

I just came into the house with one of those bubble thoughts you see in cartoons that have only smoking scribble inside it. I just engineered my self into a proverbial corner with my 95% completed project. It was about halfway through my shower when I got my epiphany. I have a solution! It got me thinking… Where do you all get your epiphany?

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Shaker Cherry Nightstand - Handtool heavy #9: Step #9: Final assembly-stop, guide, and button

03-22-2011 03:07 PM by Bertha | 19 comments »

Time for final assembly. My fiance’ will turn a knob and install it as a celebration when the project is complete. First, I need to mount the free lower drawer supports over a spacer. I made the drawer supports so I could control the levelness of the drawer and the reveal once all the parts were together. First I cut the spacer oversized & will trim it later: Tack it in place with glue & brads (a consequence of waiting to the end for a final fit means I have to resort to ...

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