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"Folk-Wood-Tales" --by RusticWoodArt

08-21-2007 01:33 PM by frank | 7 comments »

Folk-Wood-Tales ....deserted and hard pressed, peeled back from weathered exposure, i often think back to younger days, when those that passed me by gave thanks…. —-my scar is deep that runs within my trunk, and this i received at the hands of an-other, scars and wounds are but battle purging follies, while i am left to bear a showing of what re-mains…. —-tis better that i bear my pain of shame, in the silence of these forgotten woods, since when will come tho...

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The Craftsman's Path #8: Loose Tenon Joinery - A budget alternative to the Festool Domino

09-26-2007 02:38 AM by Mark Mazzo | 5 comments »

Given all of the buzz about the new Festool Domino, I thought that I’d share a technique that I’ve been using for years to do loose tenon joinery. While I think that the Festool Domino looks like a great tool, it may be out of reach, price-wise, for many woodworkers. In this post on my blog, I show a budget alternative. Take a look and let me know what you think. Thanks for reading!

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playing with embedding pictures

10-21-2007 05:48 PM by brad | 5 comments »

Let me take a shot at this ,now that I’ve done the umanly thing and read the instructions. Did I get it?

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Teaching kids woodworking

11-15-2007 04:39 AM by dustynewt | 7 comments »

Here is a blog I wrote on Helium a while back. Some of you might be interested.

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Christmas is coming

12-13-2007 07:01 AM by lazyfiremaninTN | 6 comments »

Well it’s 13 days till christmas and I got to thinking that I never gave my wish list to my wife. She repeatedly asked me what I wanted and all I could think of was cash….And I’ll tell why. I wanna buy what I want. I want to go to Woodcraft and buy whatever my little heart desires. I also wanna buy some wood. I have a table saw, small router, miter saw, brad nailer. I know my wife did order me a router bit set, not high quality but a decent starter set to screw up with (LO...

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Looking back at 2007

01-08-2008 03:05 AM by Mike Lingenfelter | 10 comments »

With the New Year just starting, I was looking back at last year. There were a lot of things for me to think about. When it came to woodworking, 2007 was an incredible year for me. I don’t think I have ever been more excited and energized about woodworking, and that is saying a lot. The first big event was finding Lumber Jocks, thanks to Marc over at The Wood Whisperer. Ok, I guess finding Marc’s site kick everything off. I think 2007 was a big year for woodworking on the Internet, at...

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Interesting Find

02-17-2008 12:49 AM by CharlieM1958 | 21 comments »

Some of you may have noticed, I purchase wood (among other things) on eBay from tme to time. I was intrigued by this lot of inlay banding that the seller claimed to have purchased at an estate sale in Canada. It was still wrapped in its original packaging, complete with shipping label and C.O.D. sticker in the amount of $16.62 (Canadian) from the now-defunct T. Eaton Company. The seller thought the date was September of 1959, but I can’t really tell for sure. It is obviously very old...

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Woodworking with Aaron #7: F-clamp storage

03-09-2008 10:10 PM by aaronmolloy | 5 comments »

If anyone knows of any designs for f clamp storage. I want to make storage for the clamps and will include it in a podcast It will also have to include the weight of of two heavy 500mm f clamps

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First Steam Bending Experience

04-17-2008 04:44 AM by Iffy | 4 comments »

I had to create a curved piece of wood for a built-in desk so I decided to try bending it with a steam box. I posted a pictoral over on my personal blog:

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Safety Week "Confussion"

05-05-2008 04:34 PM by joey | 2 comments »

I would like to say, I think safety week is a great idea. I know there will be a lot of people going over use of safety equipment, like respirators, hearing protection, and how important it is the use guards on your saw. But one of the most important things that I think we overlooked as woodworkers is our backs. I am saying this from my own experience, because in 1992. I was working for small shop on Saturdays, while I was running my own cabinet and trim business through week. On t...

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