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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #906: Making Memories

614 days ago by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 6 comments »

Another weekend is behind us and those of us who celebrate Christmas are more likely than not scuttling around trying to get things ready in time for the day. I have memories of those days when the children were small and the family was large and I sometimes find myself looking back and wishing that I had slowed down a bit and taken the time to enjoy it a bit more. But we know we aren’t like that. When we are in the moment, with our hands full with young ones and keeping up the house...

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Painting and Sharp Tools

72 days ago by AtlasRook | 4 comments »

I’ve been working on the shelves the boss wanted in the kid’s room. She wanted them white, so, after doing my research I went with poplar (inexpensive and takes paint well). I’ve got everything together, and all sanded nice. I’m actually pretty proud of how well the butt joints look after vigorous sanding. I did a disservice to my work when I was rushing through the first coat of paint. I ended up with a lot of drips that dried. Found out that there is not a lo...

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Daily Update #77: August 10, 2010

1473 days ago by Chris Davis | 0 comments »

What’s happening in the shop for August 10, 2010. Working various stages of 4 murphy beds for Stevens, Komusi, Connell, and Schneider. Going to try and be more efficient and build them in pairs and rotate the stages. Leaving for IWF in a couple weeks and have lots to do before that time. For missed video and building pictures see my Current Projects link at wwbeds.com or poggyskids.com. Watch us live:

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How to Lay Laminate Flooring

2087 days ago by bigchopperoo | 0 comments »

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First fit for the base and limb

1311 days ago by junipercanyon | 0 comments »

This lamp project is going to be great. Lots of twist and character. Drilling the hole for the cord is going to be a chore, but I am ready for the challenge.

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I need a ___ because... #1: it's just way too much work to drive 2-1/2" screws by hand

630 days ago by Rob | 3 comments »

My first power tool was a used Skil corded drill. Back then, I was a poor college student, and cordless drills were extremely expensive and the batteries were awful, so this drill just made sense. When I was living in my first apartment, I used it to attach a 2×6 to the frame of my window so I could mount an air conditioner in the window. I still remember cutting that 2×6 to the right width with a rusty old hand saw. What was your first power tool? How did you get it? Why di...

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Hide Glue #5: Vacuum bag and Old Brown Glue - liquid hide glue

389 days ago by Patricelejeune | 2 comments »

Answering the question, vacuum bag veneering with Old Brown Glue, The liquid hide glue If you have any questions, let us know.

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Found a new friend

1497 days ago by woodnut | 1 comment »

Awhile back I had asked if their was anything to do concerning woodworking in the Myrtle Beach area, that’s where the family went on vacation, and Huff said I would be welcome in his shop and to stop by. After talking to him some more and trying to find the time in between activity’s I was able to meet Huff and let me tell you he is the real deal, not that anyone on here is not, but Huff showed the wife and I two of his projects that he has underway and they are beautiful. I wa...

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Whole House Remodel #2: Cabinet doors going up 4 at a time

293 days ago by Craftsman on the lake | 10 comments »

Boy I love working with cherry. Not too hard, not too soft, doesn’t chip out much. Creates much smoother grain with router bits compared to oak which I am used to working with and is chippy. I’ve got 4 doors up and 4 more in the hopper (ready to glue together). I decided on a thinner, svelter look to these doors. I have three raised panel bits, ogee, curve, and straight. I used the straight raised panel bit on these. I love the grain of unstained cherry. This is just 3 coat...

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OK guys I am back

2272 days ago by oakdust | 9 comments »

I think I am safe in saying I’ll keep my foot out of my mouth with this one. LOLLooking HVLP spraying and not sure which way to go. I have a 5 hp air compressor and thought about buying a HVLP gun, or is the Earlex 5000 a better choice? I do not have any spray experiance except the old spray can. I want to be able to spray water, oli and schellac.

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