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Daily Update #85: Boats Boats and More Boats

07-21-2011 02:07 PM by Chris Davis | 6 comments »

I think I’m turning into a ship builder. I have built four “boat beds” over the last several months and working on an order for three of them now. More info on how to watch us build them below.Standard add portholes in April Changed headboard in June Pirate in June Pirate in July Now I’m building three for a customer. I have the parts cut out and will be building on them today. Watch the progress: For more building pictures see my Current Projects l...

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A journey into the workshop. #84: The weekend plans, that I am aware of...

08-05-2011 08:45 PM by dbhost | 3 comments »

So my weekend is looking pretty full… But assuming I get even half of it done, I will have accomplished a lot… My pile of honey do’s that are scheduled for this weekend are… #1. Tune up on the Saturn. Meaning… 1a. Change spark plugs, 1b. Change spark plug wires, 1c. de-gunk the Mass Air Flow sensor. 1d. Clean and oil the K&N air filter. It will take at least a day for this to dry, so I will drop in a temporary filter just to be able to use...

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Greene & Greene Inspired Crib #4: One Panel Done!

10-18-2011 05:01 AM by Alan S | 2 comments »

Since last time, I finished fitting all the slats and the center panel: I started out by fitting the tenons in the bottom rail. Then I marked at the top how long and at what angle the top tenons should be. After much thought and planning, I finally was able to glue the whole thing up. Here’s the result! What do you think?!? There’s still a lot to do, but it’s coming along nicely! Alan

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Roubo-Moxon Bench Build #17: I'm Calling It Level (Enough)

11-02-2011 03:47 AM by Eric | 7 comments »

Phase 1 is complete. The bench is mostly flat, and is mostly level. I could talk about the various parts of the top (and the bench in general) that aren’t great, but then I think, “If I was reading the blog of some struggling woodworker who rarely gets shop time and builds a Roubo/Moxon workbench and then complains about the various imperfections of what is essentially just a ginormous wooden tool, I’d yell at him to shut up and be content and start making stuff!” S...

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Bent-Lamination Dining Room Table #1: Building The Form/Mold

11-17-2011 12:03 PM by JordsWoodShop | 6 comments »

In this video I discuss the project we are about to embark on, we look at how to go about making templates and how to build a form/mold for doing lamination – visit for more woodwork related goodness

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Craftsman 6" Jointer, model # 103.20620 #1: My First Jointer!

12-19-2011 06:20 AM by jboehle | 21 comments »

I picked up this beauty for only $75 off Craigslist this weekend. Everything seems to be in good shape except for nicks on the blades about 4” out. It’s missing the blade guard for when you move the fence in, but other than that has everything else, as far as I can see. The power switch is attached with duct tape, but I will remedy that as well. Now for the tool p0rn!

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It's that time again

01-13-2012 02:25 AM by sawblade1 | 2 comments »

Hey Lj buddies I need your votes again to help me get a 25,000 dollar garant visit my facebook page at Click the vote button you will be redirected to vote Thank you all greatly because of guy’s like you I have made all the way up to 363 Letks make Impressions Woodcraft #1

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North Bennet street school- My journey #2: Day one

02-07-2012 04:39 AM by ELCfinefurniture | 13 comments »

Running on no sleep and a heap of adrenaline I boarded the bus that I will be riding for the next 2 years everyday and made the trip to Boston bright and early.I arrived at NBSS an hour early however I was able to get right in and start filling out yet…MORE paper work. Then it all began…Miguel gomez-Ibanez gave a beautiful speech. Describing how this was the happiest day of our lives as it was his when he was in our spot. It was a treat being in his preasence never mind getting ec...

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Building a Top-Notch Workbench- for under $250 #2: More on what I want from this bench and why...

02-19-2012 05:24 AM by Kenny | 3 comments »

I have worked on a tiny bench for way too long now. My current bench is apprx. 22” x 28”, has one vise that is too small with a chop that is too big, and it the most frustrating piece of equipment in my shop, bar none. It’s so small that I knock everything off of it while working, I can’t handplane long boards on it, the list of this bench’s shortcomings is just endless. With one exception, it is very sturdy and it doesn’t rack much at all or move while pla...

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Drawer Pull

03-13-2012 01:13 AM by Brett | 5 comments »

Hi Jocks! This is a video of making a drawer pull for a project I am working on. I turned the pull from some beech and ebony. This is the kind of project that I thought that I needed a lathe for. I have been bitten by the turning bug and that is all that I seem to want to do lately… turn! This is such a small part of the overall project but it sure was a fun highlight in making it. I hope that you enjoy watching!

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