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Project overview

2532 days ago by GaryK | 8 comments »

Hello All, I am going to end this blog unfinished. Someone saw it and was interested in having me write a book on the subject. I will have to remove what I have done so far. When the book is complete and published I will let you all know. Sorry if there’s any inconvenience. Gary

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sketchup trick

2482 days ago by Dan'um Style | 12 comments »

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"Cabin Renovation and Progress" --by RusticWoodArt

2453 days ago by frank | 6 comments »

Cabin Renovation and Progress ....and so I continue on today with some shots of an outside//inside wood project, that has been eating up some of my time. Time delays….running with the after-effects of projected numbers on sheets of paper, that can never catch up to the reality of why is this not done….yet! I am not interested in excuses for delay;I am interested only in a thing done.—-Jawaharial Hehru So put some warm clothes on….hope you remembered to brin...

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So you want to go pro #5: Becoming Legal

2428 days ago by odie | 4 comments »

Well, hell, let’s get back to it. First off these entries will be coming sporadically. You need to know we do have a business to run. And it’s tax time. I have started something here that could be way over my head. After all English is like a second language to me. No, no, no, it’s because I attended Los Angeles City Schools, not because I’m an immigrant.Hell, I took dumb bell English many times at Santa Monica City College. So it takes me a little longer to write these than most of you. Than...

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Home Remodel Projects #1: Past couple projects

2409 days ago by Kevin | 4 comments »

OK, so I haven’t been doing a very good job of getting my projects up here. I’m afraid I cannot wow you with their beauty or their awe inspiring design such as many of you have posted. BUT!!! I am still proud of them and most importantly, the wife is happy. And when the wife is happy, the tools keep coming. My wife and I have done all the work ourselves. I have posted mostly finished project pics as I have no in progress pics. 1st is our bathroom in the basement: new til...

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Converting the Knockdown Saw Horse to a Full Sized Outfeed Table

2388 days ago by grovemadman | 7 comments »

Wouldn’t it be great if you could take a small tabletop saw or midsize contractor saw to a jobsite and have a full sized outfeed table similar to a production shop? The kind of outfeed that would breakdown and set up quickly and store out of the way if needed on a daily basis, and not waste time consuming labor? Of course it would. Here is an Idea I had about the knockdown sawhorse I made the other day. I will make this blog into a small series and I will be open to new ideas and tho...

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Shop Renevations #1: The start of something great

2344 days ago by Woodshopfreak | 19 comments »

Okay, I have talked about this for a while, and I have been saveing some money for it, but I just now started the renevation of my home shop. I am going to be downgradeing in lengh but square feet wise, it is the same. the only thing that conserns me is infeed and outfeed length for my tablesaw. I can only cut about a 4 foot board with it, but anything larger I guess I can have run out the door. Me and my dad are doing all the work ourselves. We already moved everything over to the final plac...

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Bookcase Contest Entry

2328 days ago by David Hagan | 4 comments »

Hey All, When I saw this contest I figured that it would be best to come up with a novel entry. So instead of a normal bookcase, I decided to go for a bookcase. Specifically a Childrens Bookcase. This bookcase was designed to be hung low on a wall for easy access. When closed the bookcase looks similar to a giant children’s book. When open, the children’s books are easily accessible. Some pictures are at the links below. Picture 1 - Bookcase Closed Picture 2 - Bookc...

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Woodshop Safety for Kids

2309 days ago by WoodworkersResource | 10 comments »

In talking with some of my woodworking friends on this subject, I learned that most were not comfortable with kids being in their shops because of safety concerns. Granted, there are extra precautions that must be taken when kids are present, but don’t let this keep you from introducing woodworking to your kids, grandchildren, or even the kids up the street. And if you’re a parent or grandparent who doesn’t have a lot of knowledge around woodworking, but your kids have an ...

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Quick and Easy Blade Changes on the AP1300 - Update

2284 days ago by Damian Penney | 11 comments »

So on the advice of FlWoodRat I contacted Ryobi support about the seized blade bolts and they were kind enough to send me a new set of blades ($74 a pair) for my troubles :)

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