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More on Ted's Woodworking

04-04-2012 09:28 PM by Stevinmarin | 32 comments »

A little more on my Ted saga.

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Workshop Lighting Upgrade

05-05-2012 09:19 PM by BlankMan | 8 comments »

I had a ballast going out in one of my 8’ florescent fixtures in the basement so I decided to take the ballast out of an 8 footer in my workshop and put a new electronic ballast in it and use its old ballast in the fixture that’s having a problem. Shop upgrade! Then I got to thinking about HO (high output) florescent lights so decided to check them out. Turns out HO blubs are twice as bright lumen wise as regular ones and more efficient. 80 lumens per watt (110 watt 8800 lumen...

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Some demolition and some cutting practice.

05-20-2012 05:24 AM by mnpete | 2 comments »

Look everyone! A blog post that has nothing to do with setting up or organizing the workshop. No, I’m serious…some actual woodworking technique is displayed.

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Veneering plywood with thick "veneer". What glue to use.

06-05-2012 02:34 PM by riooso | 5 comments »

I would appreciate some advice putting veneer on 1/2” plywood. I wish to build some shelves using some shop made “veneer”. I have some home grown black walnut I will be using in the project. I made a trial shelf in which I used 1/4” veneer. I only veneered one side of a piece of 1/2” birch plywood using standard Titebond white glue but the 24” X 16” board cupped a fair amount. It may be that if I had done both sides that I would not have had this prob...

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Fine wood working conference

07-06-2012 08:55 AM by andyboy | 8 comments »

Is any body going to the inaugural Fine woodworking conference in New York? My work mate and I are presenting a case Monday that could see us heading over for 9 days.

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Laminated Walnut Bowl #2: Finishing up the outside

07-20-2012 11:59 PM by kweinert | 4 comments »

After I got home from work today I headed out to the hot (over 100F) workshop to complete the outside. I started sanding and then I got the gouge out again because I figured it would be easier to smooth off the top while it was in its most stable position. I then worked up from 150 to 320 sandpaper, but while doing the 320 I noticed that I hadn’t quite gotten the transition from the body to the lip good enough. So I put down the 320 and picked up the 150 again and worked on that spo...

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Wood Scale Models #5: 1949 Reading Steam Freight Train Part # 5

08-03-2012 08:29 PM by bj383ss | 16 comments »

Well it has been awhile since I have posted. I have now finished making all the parts for the Locomotive. It is just mocked up at the moment nothing is glued together yet. I have now started on the tender. Thanks for looking! Bret

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Seven Drawer Dresser #2: Ready for the Finishing Room

08-18-2012 04:53 PM by hammcrafted | 2 comments »

1, 2 – skip a few – 99, 100 – skip a few more – 175, 176 dovetails later, quite a bit of sanding and the dresser (or is it a chest of drawers?) is ready for it’s paint job. There are only two parts left to make – the drawer pulls and the tills that will go in the small drawers. I’m figuring that the pulls and tills will keep me busy while the paint dries. The inside will be finished with shellac. I only have another three days at school for the summe...

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Parallel jaw leg vise pt #2

09-03-2012 03:40 PM by Boatman53 | 3 comments »

I have up loaded the installation instructions for the sprocket in a new bench build and would love it if people could take a look at it and let me know if it all makes sense. You can find it here. Thanks for your time.

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Homemade Halloween Headstone

09-20-2012 10:54 PM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

Pallets seem like they get lots of use these days. In this video I use a pallet in it’s simplest form, for a base/stand for a Halloween headstone. Never under estimate what uses a pallet can provide.

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