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Tool Cabinet #1: Assembling the shell

02-02-2011 04:42 AM by Jeremy Greiner | 8 comments »

I’m building a fold out tool cabinet from Wood Magazine I thought it would be fun to record a video of the assembly process. It took me 3 dry fits and adjustments until I got everything ready to glue up. The glue up itself took 15 minutes the video is timelapsed/fastforwarded so it’s only about a minute long. Any questions, comments or suggestions are always welcome. -jeremy

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Extremely Average #322: Henry Wood: Time and Again 67 Epilogue

02-11-2011 05:41 AM by Ecocandle | 3 comments »

Hello All, I have finished my novel. It is time to start thinking about Henry Wood 3: The Wrath of Kahn….wait, I think that title has been taken. Brian

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52 Weeks #7: Week 7- Not a bad week, more to do though.

02-21-2011 03:28 AM by clieb91 | 0 comments »

Well, it has not been too bad a week. I managed to get a lot done even with everything happening at work. As I noted on Tuesday my daughter finished up her woodworking class Monday morning and had a real blast. These are the things she made in the 5 week class. I managed to finish one more piece of my Dimensional Furniture Office Suite I have also started n a few other projects as part of this years effort to clean up and organize the shop, I should post something about them...

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Shoe Bench #2: The Base

03-03-2011 04:29 AM by Jeremy Greiner | 1 comment »

The base is going to be made out of 3/4’’ plywood I chose oak plywood for two reasons, the birch ply at my local borg the faces are not veneered the same (one side is light, with little grain pattern the other side shows a lot of grain pattern). The oak however is consistent on both sides, and I like consistency. Secondly, I already had the oak plywood so I didn’t have to buy anything extra which is always a good reason to use it. After cutting the plywood to size I cover...

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Tool gloat (for me anyways)

03-27-2011 05:30 AM by Rustic | 3 comments »

I know that most of you don’t think too highly of Harbor Freight tools. But, I have heard some great reviews of their power carver/grinder 1/4 horse flex shaft. My birthday was last monday and I received some cash. Well, I popped on the “foredom wanna be”. It handles pretty good for my taste. I bought some lube for it and am planning on buying some foredom hand pieces to use instead of the one that came with it. Today I also bought the Wecheer small detail microcarver (anoth...

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Discovering Wood #6: Belated Safety Week 2011 Post

05-16-2011 11:30 PM by DocT | 1 comment »

While I have been posting duplicate posts of my blog Discovering Wood at LJ, I have decided to post a text only version here. I try to post picture heavy blogs, and the extra time involved in re-posting the pics is frankly not a good use of time. Please visit Discovering Wood for the complete post with pictures. Safety Week 2011 I know that I am over a week late for Woodworker's Safety Week, but life has been a bit hectic around my house because of a woodworking-related accident. Warni...

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Miniature chair 2

05-27-2011 09:59 PM by Stevinmarin | 24 comments »

The Marin County Fair begins in July. Here is my entry for the “Miniature Chair” competition.

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Stairs for Our New Haus #6: Batching the parts....

08-08-2011 03:08 AM by schroeder | 2 comments »

What a mess! – Batching out and cutting Tenons and Mortises – Lots of wood left over for later small projects!Sloooow,...but steady! – They are getting there! Schroeder

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Myrtle burl Log Video from

08-20-2011 11:59 PM by OregonBurls | 6 comments »

Here it is everyone!!!

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Challanging times at Prairie Wodworks #1: Introduction, my story, and my new journey

09-05-2011 10:00 PM by PrairieWoodworks | 1 comment »

Hello all, I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Tim, I joined lumberjocks a while ago. But I found myself quite busy in my shop and didnt have a lot of time to spend updating my information. I have a full time regular corporate america Job and want to move into furniture and cabinetry making full time at some point. My twin brother has a successful custom cabinetry business inMishicot WI. I envy him being able to do what he loves full time. I will one day get there. But for now my side bu...

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