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Knitting box #8: Slides, Knobs, Top Separation

06-19-2009 05:31 AM by Luke | 2 comments »

I set up the router table to make the slots for the slide rails. I just used a 1/2” straight bit to make the groove and I sized my rails to fit later. So here I used a chisel to square up the fronts of the grooves that I just routed. This is not really necessary it will just make it easier to adjust the drawers forward or backward if they don’t line up just right, Which they didn’t in the end. I had to remove just a bit more towards the front on one side so that they ...

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Grizzly G1023RL on it's way

04-23-2015 08:37 PM by garlandkr | 4 comments »

After much hoping and dreaming and pining and planning but very little budgeting the thoughts of getting a SawStop 3HP has been put on hold. The next best thing in my mind is the G1023RL from Grizzly so I’ve gone ahead and called the sales office and ordered the saw, mobile base and a zero clearance insert. 10” 3 HP 240V Cabinet Left-Tilting Table SawSKU: G1023RL Zero Clearance Table Saw Insert for G1023SKU: H0628 Shop Fox Heavy-Duty Mobile BaseSKU: D2057A Just waiting...

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Work bench #4 first glue up

02-20-2011 01:22 AM by ScrapArt | 4 comments »

This is My first glue up (Bench Feet) Yes Yes I know I need more clamps!!!. I have been stuck for a Few days on what to do next and worried I will screw it up some how. So I came to the realization…. THAT I DEFINITELY WILL. So Move forward Steve. I also attached some pictures of my would be legs. They have some cracks that worry me but I really need to use these as Money is tight. I can cut some of this stock away, but I have a Question…. I saw someone on line...

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Some cool tips for adding lighting effects to your custom layouts

03-28-2015 11:59 PM by ScottM1 | 0 comments »

Hello every one this is my latest video where I show you some tips that I have learned on how to use lighting effects in custom layout.Be sure to check it out and let me know what you think Scott Marshburn.

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #709: Keeping On Our Toes

05-22-2012 11:56 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 3 comments »

I made some headway yesterday on things, but I still need to remain focused. I realize that this is a time of opportunity for me and I don’t want to let it pass me by. I suppose that puts a bit of pressure on me, but I am rather used to that and in some ways I think I even thrive on it. Sometimes my best work comes from being under the gun. We will just have to hope that this is one of those times. I spent a good part of the day creating the pattern packet for the birthday calend...

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Saw dust in the air

05-12-2015 04:22 PM by Project of the day | 2 comments »

Just upgraded sawmill with new electric saw with water cooling. The model is called Logosol Speed Saw E5 and is equipped with E37 electric feed. View on YouTube

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WHAT'S UP? "While I'm out in my Shop". #1: Trying my best to get back in my shop !!

03-06-2007 06:48 PM by Dick, & Barb Cain | 21 comments »

I’ve been spending to much time on my PC. So I’m kicking my butt out to my shop, & see what I can get accomplished.

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Shop & Tool Growing Pains #10: Shed some light on the plan

12-19-2012 02:48 PM by pendledad | 2 comments »

Shop ProgressSo I successfully wired up my first circuit ever. It was so much easier than I thought, I can’t believe I’ve been so afraid of electrical work before. Anyways, I have 3 lights wired to a switch, and even down to 30 degree weather, they flick on instantly. If it gets really cold, the lights will still turn on, but it will take a minute or two for them to warm up and get super bright. I bought 0 degree fixtures because I knew it would get cold during the winter. Wi...

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handsawgeek's Lathe Stand: A Hand Tool Build For a Tailed Appliance #8: Good Rust Hunt

09-09-2014 01:36 PM by handsawgeek | 0 comments »

Instead of working on the lathe stand this past weekend, the handsaw geek went a-rust huntin’. Several yard sales did not net very much of interest, as the ‘watch’ list for items is very narrow. Paydirt was found at one sale, however, as the peddler-of-the wares had a table with some vintage tools displayed on it. A veritable geek magnet. Among a pile of old wood handle screwdrivers, files, and hammers, these items were found: The plane is a Stanley #220 block, and the push...

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Off on a tangent...again

06-11-2007 12:09 AM by dennis mitchell | 9 comments »

It has been awhile. Nothing very artistic coming out of my shop the past few months. Just grinding away at different cabinet jobs. I did get 300 bd. feet of knotty maple I’m dying to cut up, but I’ll just have to wait. Training an employee has been a rush. I’ve really been looking closely at the traditional rolls we take on when we become bosses. I really believe we create our own cultures where we work. They might say quality and really believe it but in lots of places t...

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