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My First Workbench #42: Leg Vise Chop Finished

09-14-2013 01:13 AM by RaggedKerf | 7 comments »

Finally wrapped this project up, after some setbacks. To correct the angled chop I had to see what was the problem: the hole drilled in the chop or the hole drilled for the coupler buried in the leg? First I tested the hole in the leg: Clearly, the threaded rod exiting the leg is off of perpendicular. Then, before I attacked the solution, I decided to check the chop: Huh. It’s off too! So, after some hand wringing, cussing, and a few beers, I took the case online ...

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New home for the horses #3: Still a few things lacking

10-01-2013 07:19 PM by Esko Lehtovaara | 0 comments »

Finaly the horses moved in to their new house. It happend on last weekend. Late in the evening on late saturday evening. The only thing that has to be done are the windows. The frames are done. I had two without glasses. They were about 7” to wide but I fixed it by cutting them from the midle and then routing from each side from the midle 7” so I got a matching lapjoint. Yesterday I orded the glasses and before weekend I have suitable windows for the pihatto. I have a problem with...

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Other #6: Old school

10-28-2013 07:10 AM by ElliottH | 3 comments »

So I was riding around with my son and we stopped in front of this cabinet makers shop to admire the planes he put on display. I also found out that up until about 1985 there was still a wooden plane maker in the same neighborhood. I’m gonna see what I can find out about them this week.

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hello again #16: Welcome Home

11-16-2013 08:12 PM by Jim Earl | 12 comments »

Well I have been watching surprises on Soldiers surprising there Wife, Family., Mother’s, Girlfriends and I started thinking about my welcome home. I am not looking for any sympathy or anything but mine was not anything like that what I watched. I waited two hours at the airport for my wife to, show up, and when she did she didn’t even get out of the car, or say h,i Boo, or—————-, sorry, but that’s the first time I thought about that in a lon...

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12-24-2013 04:13 AM by kiefer | 21 comments »

Thank you all for a wonderful and eventful year here on LUMBER JOCKS .I have enjoyed it very much and now that I have retired I have more time to devote to my woodworking hobby and finally am able to make the projects that I have been thinking about for many years and it very satisfying and fun .No more pressure to get things done even so I miss the income that a job provided but that’s OK ,a slower pace and more enjoyment even so quite modest is a nice way to be .Thank you for all the ...

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How you wind up with more tools than you have space for.

01-10-2014 07:23 PM by RHaynes | 1 comment »

As I finished my wife’s desk, I know I was officially hooked. I was unable to resist the urge to acquire more tools, including a used Delta thickness planer. I made a jointing jig so I could edge-joint on my little DeWalt contractor table saw. I upgraded my homemade router table to one of Rockler’s, with their insert plate and fence. And I managed to sneak a few other things past the wife into the shop, including my first Festool—an amazing little compact drill that I st...

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Desk Clock and Thermometer

01-26-2014 03:07 PM by cpine | 4 comments »

This was a fun, quick project using the clock and thermometer inserts from Klockit. Please watch and comment I love to hear from you all!

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In the Shop #8: ....Moving on....

02-12-2014 02:08 AM by Hoakie | 4 comments »

Well I finally got my shop setup somewhat like I wanted… it is time to move. SWMBO and I built a new house and start moving in this weekend. Like my current shop, the new one will be in the basement. I will have windows and a walk out access that will make it feel less like a dungeon. The downside (or upside, depending on how you look at it) is that it is a completely clean slate, no framed walls, now outlets, no nothing. I look at my current shop as a test run for my next (ho...

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I put a coat of oil on my box

02-28-2014 03:33 AM by Zeiler | 1 comment »

I still need to poly my box but its just about done, i’m pretty happy with the final product

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Treasure Box - Series #2 - Post #10: Finished cutting for now.

03-18-2014 10:57 PM by Patricelejeune | 6 comments »

I have finally spent the time to finish cutting all the pieces for the boxes except for the green bone for which I am still experimenting. But it seems to come along, so news soon on that matter. Here is the picture of the top of the box, it shows in green what is left to cut once I am happy with the green. I finished to cut the central part with the bird and the bone jasmine flowers And the “staples” scrolls which links the central elements to the outside composi...

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