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Dart Board Cabinet Build #4: Part 5 - Odds and Ends Go Here

10-19-2015 04:47 AM by Mike | 0 comments »

The project is nearing the end. Adding the storage drawers provides a good area to put all those odds and ends that are needed to play darts. Thank you for following my build. I appreciate the questions and feedback that has been provided. Mike View on YouTube

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2,000 tons of timber hits West Sussex beaches

01-22-2008 11:58 PM by YorkshireStewart | 15 comments »

From a Worthing Herald report ”A MASSIVE clean-up operation is underway after 2,000 tons of timber washed up on Worthing’s beaches.Giant mountains of wood have hit almost every beach along the town’s coastline, drawing visitors from across Sussex. Here is a video clip showing the scale of the problem, and here's a slide show. The timber comes from the cargo ship Ice Prince, which was on its way to Egypt when it sank 25 nautical miles south of Portland on Monday. Her...

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Woodworking Videos #1: Make a Wooden Sushi Lamp

10-24-2015 01:54 AM by Humus Workshop | 0 comments »

Finally my first video is out! It is a lamps series that I made for a sushi restaurant. Basically I’ve used Spanish pine wood and water-based lacquer to finishing. Please feel free to leave a comment below and if you like, give a Thumbs Up and Subscribe! Watch the full video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjJBOy_3Ge0

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Roubo-ish Workbench Build #10: Wow, it's been a long time, back to it....

10-28-2015 07:20 PM by BikerDad | 0 comments »

Summer and motorcycles seem to have interrupted my bench build for far longer than I thought. Six!!! months. Wow. I did get the dog block fitted and installed before getting distracted. All that’s left to do on the top is cut the mortises for the legs, drill the dog holes, (yes, round pooches for me), rout the mortise for the sliding deadman, and cut the tops to final length. ALL of those depend on the location of the legs, which depends on the final length of the base, which won...

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Leap Day Reviews Challenge #2: Winners

03-03-2008 11:22 PM by Martin Sojka | 10 comments »

Wow, this short challenge far exceeded my expectations – almost 100 new product reviews have been posted after the announcement! My thanks goes to all who posted at least one review. And we have following four winners of the $29 gift certificate: hops sIKE gizmodyne rikkor And special thanks goes to Hawgnutz for posting 19 great reviews total – I bet you agree that he deserves the LJ shirt ;) Congrats to all!I hope you enjoyed this event… and keep posti...

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Jacaranda Wing-ed Bowl #4: Tool Marks? Posh. That's Nothin'.

11-01-2015 06:35 AM by Mark Wilson | 12 comments »

Beginning not quite with the Thing being turned around. Read on. Here’s what happened yesterday and today in the world of turning a Wing-ed Bowl. Yesterday: At 1145 or so, I did some more sanding. This is where a crack started really getting my attention. At 1215, I turned my attention to the end-grain areas. (Disregard the 1745 in the upper-left – it’s wrong). The crack must be dealt with. It can’t get any longer. But it sure can open up. Methinks…...

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Bass / Guitar Players pedalboard build #6: Sticky gooey.

11-04-2015 04:26 PM by dbhost | 0 comments »

So coat #1 being done in 2 parts, top, then bottom, is still drying on the bottom. It would appear I managed to get a few runs in the paint as well. Not sure I care, the idea is matte black to reduce the visible stage presence of this device. The intent behind this is functional with “5 foot” looks, as in if you can’t tell the problems at 5 feet away they don’t matter. The humidity around me has been fluctuating like crazy this week, so the paint is taking forever t...

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The Tree of Knowledge

04-14-2008 12:19 AM by WoodworkingNerd | 8 comments »

When I learned about the bookcase design challenge I immediately wanted to design this bookshelf. I came up with the original idea when I took a furniture design class at BYU from Kip Christensen. I decided then to fully design and build a different project which I will post later on my blog. I draw inspiration for this project from, well… trees. What better inspiration is there to a woodworker? As I designed this project ideas kept flowing and the end product just kept getting bette...

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Easy Made Spline Jig

11-06-2015 07:29 PM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

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The Craftsman's Path #35: Queen Anne Side Table - Completed finish and hardware

04-30-2008 03:49 AM by Mark Mazzo | 7 comments »

After waiting a while for the finish to cure and a brief hiatus out of town, the Queen Anne Side Table is finally complete. I posted about the final finish process, and adding the hardware at my blog. There are a bunch of pictures of the finished table and some close-ups as well. Thanks for reading!

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