LumberJocks

LumberJocks Woodworking Blogs

  • Advertise with us
View Aries Bergsma's profile

Inlay

03-02-2014 03:05 PM by Aries Bergsma | 7 comments »

This will be my first blog, I think a blog must be a thought or an acknowledgement, anyway this is my blog to all of you, about 2 weeks ago I posted a request for an inlay medallion that I wanted to use for a project I am currently working on, all I wanted was some direction as to where I could purchase one, then along came Paul another Lumberjock, and without any hesitation he offered to make me what I needed, I was blown away and very grateful, aside from that Paul opened up my eyes in an ...

Read this entry »


View woodshopmike's profile

Making Ornaments #4: Finally Finials!

03-21-2014 03:26 PM by woodshopmike | 0 comments »

First off. Wow, sorry it took so long to get this next step on the blog. Cold weather and life have kept me away from the shop more than usual since my last post. Meanwhile my faithful reader(s?) has been waiting for a conclusion to this project. Fear not. The conclusion follows. Interestingly enough, the last issue of the AAW magazine hosted an article specifically to turning finials. There are also several YouTube videos that have great detail about turning finials also. Hopefully...

Read this entry »


View Lazy_K's profile

sharpness: or how sharp is too sharp?

04-06-2014 02:39 PM by Lazy_K | 7 comments »

Sharpening: gives me headaches just thinking about it! Not because it is difficult! It is NOT! but it is the prime example of a place where every effort to “simplify” or make it easier has resulted in More confusion and More difficulty! it started at least 150 years ago with the first Victorian era quick and easy sharpening jigs and guides. and has gone rapidly downhill. Sharpening, you should do it once a day for every tool you used that day. at the end of the day put t...

Read this entry »


View BritBoxmaker's profile

Moving #2: OMG!

07-05-2014 04:01 PM by BritBoxmaker | 18 comments »

It’s been four weeks since I moved my shop tools over to the new place. Other, last minute panic, items got deposited in the garage too. We finally moved in about a week ago. Today I started to re-build my shop and on entering the garage this is what I found Under there (somewhere) is my table saw, workbench and router table! The rest of the place wasn’t much better Still I cleared some of the excess away and found the bench In three parts; frame, top and ...

Read this entry »


View Schimmel's profile

Simple shelving for garage or shop storage. Pocket hole frame.

07-27-2014 08:58 PM by Schimmel | 0 comments »

This is a quick shelf/storage rack I made using pocket holes. Easy, cheap and fast. http://youtu.be/6YYkFniu9RU?list=UUcU4UqLCEkn2ZqJk4pyqR0A

Read this entry »


View August McCormick Lehman III's profile

Tool Caddy design #1: First initial mock up

08-17-2014 09:21 PM by August McCormick Lehman III | 11 comments »

After reading the book New traditional woodworkerI wanted to make a tool caddy.Wondering if you guys have any input on my little project? After doing some work around the bench I notice that tools start to become a mess,And was worried that tool might get damage. This is what I seen to grab all the time so far.I’m using a baltic birch ply for the base 3/4 thick And using red oak for sides.So I tried to mock it up by laying tools down. And here I made some kind of handle using 1...

Read this entry »


View palaswood's profile

Shop Musings #1: Resaw by hand!? - You mean i could've been doing this the whole time!?

09-08-2014 06:21 PM by palaswood | 10 comments »

So quite awhile back I was blessed with a Walker Turner 14” bandsaw for just $100 bucks, which I lauded as my way to finally resaw all these cool boards I’ve ammassed- and to this day I still cant get the blade to stay on. Harumph! So I finally got fed up and said to myself, how hard can it be to resaw by hand!? Since I got my Disston D-7 5 1/2 ppi rip saw, I haven’t even tried! My previous attempts were so awful, that I was discouraged… I started with a test p...

Read this entry »


View handsawgeek's profile

A Needle Nose Plier On Steroids

10-03-2014 01:21 PM by handsawgeek | 4 comments »

“Attempting to play ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ by one’s self is a waste of time.” -handsawgeek I have a fascination for unique and unusual tools. This one certainly fits the bill, even though it’s not a woodworking tool. It was one of the items included in that oft-talked about box of tools inherited from grandfather. On one end – a normal needle-nose plier… On the other – a honking long handle! I’m totally not sure for what particular application this too...

Read this entry »


View Mike Merzke's profile

Somehow it all came together #28: The live addition to the shop tour

10-27-2014 02:00 AM by Mike Merzke | 2 comments »

Here is the live addition to my shop tour. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5esk9dgCzCQ http://somehowitallcametogether.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-live-addition-to-shop-tour.html

Read this entry »


View adam2's profile

Veneer glue

11-18-2014 01:29 AM by adam2 | 3 comments »

I was wondering what kind of glue people use for veneering. Recently I have tried Titebond Cold Press Glue for veneer. I have have decent results with this product. Any thoughts?

Read this entry »


« prev 1 ... 3446 3447 3448 3449 3450 3451 3452 ... 4077 next »
40770 entries


DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user.

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

HomeRefurbers.com

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

GardenTenders.com :: gardening showcase