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How-To Make Log Furniture #13: Butcher Block Glue-Up

09-15-2013 03:38 AM by ScottShaeffer | 0 comments »

So maybe this isn’t a butcher block glue-up in the traditional sense, but it is a very close relative with similar construction, design, and look. See how Scott has assembled butcher-block to be used to make bar stool seats! If the video doesn’t appear, CLICK HERE to watch it now!

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DIY Bar Clamps (My Take)

10-04-2013 03:43 AM by GarageWoodworks | 3 comments »

Watch the build video here: LINK Get the plans here. See how I made my Kerf Making Jig here.

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mobile cart

11-17-2013 09:06 PM by elduque | 0 comments »

This is a work in progress, so I couldn’t post in the completed project category. But, it will be awhile, and I am eager to unveil this. This cart has the 12” compound miter saw on one end, and the router table on the other. Inside is 2’x4’ of space for all kinds of stuff, that I haven’t quite figured out how to organize yet. I screwed yhis thing together with pocket holes, just to see how strong it would be. I cut square holes for the jawhorse miter...

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Harbor Freight Lathe Critique #3: Head Stock and Tail Alignment Issues

12-05-2013 11:33 PM by luv2learn | 8 comments »

The Head Stock on this particular lathe is designed to rotate at varying degrees up to 180 degrees. One of the issues fellow Lumberjock William, A.K.A greasemonkeyredneck pointed out to me was keeping the head and tail stock in alignment. This issue is due in part, or perhaps in whole, because of the ability of the head to rotate. The next two photos illustrate how much misalignment is possible on my lathe. If the hold down lever isn’t tightened down with a lot of force ...

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3 NEW PHOTOS

12-25-2013 11:45 PM by Sam Shakouri | 0 comments »

I sent 3 new photos for my pens holder as an answer to Underdog.http://lumberjocks.com/projects/94254#comment-1744543 Thanks for looking.

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Dirt Cheap Workbench Build #2: Apron, Legs, & stretchers.

01-27-2014 01:45 PM by 12strings | 1 comment »

Next up is the apron on the front. As I noted before, I will not be having a lower front stretcher, so this apron will need to combat racking forces. Glued on with some dowels to help with alignment and strength. Legs are through-tenoned into the top. (Mortises were left during the top-glue-up process). And here are a few pics of the half-lap dovetails joining various stretchers to the legs: The legs at this point are only about the thickness of a 2×4, but they will be dou...

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We Have A New Little Lumber Jock

03-01-2014 01:17 AM by hoss12992 | 23 comments »

Alot of folks on here know Jason, aka Burnin Bush. Wanted to let everybody know that we now have a new little Lumber Jock to add to the LJ family. Jaxson Aaron Bush was born 5:37 PM today, and is 7 lbs and 8 oz and 19”. Both Jaxson and his mother, Nicole, are doing fine. Jason is a proud father, no doubt. Im sure the baby bed we built together will get lots of use now.

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dust stuff #18: Carving for inlay

04-04-2014 09:38 PM by JoeyG | 15 comments »

I don’t have much time in the shop anymore so I thought I would do a few carved inlays for some box lids. Here’s one I started today.

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NEW Biesemeyer Fence (guide tube and rails) $75

04-24-2014 09:26 PM by john1102 | 3 comments »

Delta Biesemeyer table saw fence (guide tube and rails only) – new without packaging – never used delta fence guide tube and rails. An individual can add their own fence to this setup such as very super cool tools askwoodman t-fence or a delta fence for much less than purchasing the entire set by buying this new guide rail and rails. Located Harlan, IA (60 minutes from Omaha, NE) see link below for post and photoshttp://desmoines.craigslist.org/tls/4438112246.html

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Maybe the beginning of a larger project #31: What not to run through your planer!

05-17-2014 09:29 PM by Mark Shymanski | 7 comments »

I have proved tha Robertson screws are, indeed, harder than my planer blades :-( I was working on a new and improved tiller for 816 and was using up some leftover/recycled boards. The daft part is that this was the second tiller I was making today (didn’t like the first one) and had carefully made sure there were no screws in that piece, the piece that had the screw was the offcut from the first piece! You apparently have to chech EACH piece LOL! Oh well, they were old blade...

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