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My Grandfathers Woodworking cont... #3: A Few More Pictures

02-18-2011 02:49 AM by DougH | 8 comments »

I had some trouble trying to get a good video of the lathe working but I’ll keep trying. In the mean time, here are some pictures of a sewing box he made for my grandmother. It was started in 1931 and completed in 1934. It has over 2300 pieces.

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A first (I think), a magazine gloat.

03-11-2011 06:57 AM by BigTiny | 5 comments »

Greetings and salutations my fellow LJs. Yesterday I came across a fantastic deal on a couple of hundred wood working magazines, two large boxes full to be exact. They were FREE! A guy had them listed on a local buy/sell site as his wife was bugging him to make some extra room in the house. It pays to be the first one to reply some times. I think these will keep me in reading materials for at LEAST a week. (grin)

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Wenge Q

04-05-2011 08:42 AM by Alexey Khasyanov | 2 comments »

Wenge

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Router and table #2: Triton 3 1/4 hp Router Remote Digital readout

04-19-2011 01:32 AM by bubinga | 1 comment »

The router is in part oneThis is what I am making my NEW router table top fromThe Old one I bought has been warping more and more over yearsThis is a manufactured bench top surface I got on eBay for 50 bucks21”X 48” , Inch and half thickPVC laminate , Polyurethane (PU) over MDF,, very durable pvc coatingPVC TEXTURED LAMINATE THERMOFUSED 1.5” THICK VACUUMED FORMED ON STRONG MDF. I think this will be a very stable router table topI don’t have a Pic of fence as modified, but below is P...

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Table from 200 year old re-claimed timber #3: Finishing up the table

05-02-2011 03:40 PM by Cory | 3 comments »

I spent quite a bit of time flattening and smoothing the table top last weekend. I used mostly my Lee Valley low angle jack plane, a #4 smoother, and card scrapers. I did use a little sandpaper on the edges to break them. The finish is 2 coats of a 50/50 BLO and mineral spirits mix. I find that mix to be much easier to apply than straight BLO. After that cured came 4 coats of General Finishes Armor Seal and a coat of paste wax. That meant the top was complete. Then came the bottom. ...

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New Saw / wood gloat

05-14-2011 12:36 AM by Mike R. | 8 comments »

so i checked out an ad on craigslist for wood working tools low and behold the guy had some very good equipment for sale due to his dads estate sale. fortunately for me his son had no clue how to use the stuff . what a walked away with was 300 for a jet contractors saw, mobile base, delta tennion jig, freud dado set and another 15 or so table saw blades . if that wasn enough of a deal all his dads wood stock was for sale too i tried having him include it in the price of the saw but no dice i...

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Workbench Build #4: aka - the tornado shelter

05-25-2011 02:46 AM by JL7 | 15 comments »

All I can say is I am very grateful for all I have….this will be a quick post and my heart goes out to all the folks in Joplin Missouri and the unreal devistation that occurred there on Sunday….. On Friday I glued up the bench top sections: Saturday – I worked on getting them semi-flat: On Sunday, I got a text from my sister asking “are you in the basement?” I was actually…..but I ran upstairs to check the weather and immediately r...

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Wood Columns Data

08-05-2011 04:52 AM by EdgeWoodWorking | 2 comments »

Here is a list of data that I have compiled for making columns out of 2×4s or 1×4s. It took me several days to get all the info worked out. Now if I want to build a column I can use my charts and find out exactly what I need. My charts will tell me the length of the sides, the number of the sides, how much is routed out to from the circle, and the angle to cut the wood at. Here is my link to my page. Wood Columns Data I would appreciate any and all comments you may have o...

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Building a Shed #6: Build Day 4

08-17-2011 01:45 AM by ChadR | 3 comments »

Today I assemblies all the walls and floors together. I used 4 1/2” and 6” hexbolts to attach the pieces together. I did this because I am only renting the house I live at and want to be able to disassemble and take it with me when I move into my own house. Unless my landlord wants to buy it off me (fingers crossed) I designed the shed to be assembled this way and I am really proud of myself that its all coming together. Tomorrow I will hopefully finish the roof.

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Winterizing The Workshop

10-17-2011 06:52 PM by NewEnglandsWoodWorks | 6 comments »

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