There’s a new post on the Little Good Pieces blog: “Wing Chun Dummy – Square Pegs”. This episode details how I put the 11” long square tenons on the back end of the tapered wooden arms by hand. Check it out! http://littlegoodpieces.wordpress.com/2010/11/16/wing-chun-dummy-square-pegs/
I’ve been using the cyCONE two years in the workshop and I found that its performance is very good. There are several aspects to improve, which will make it easier to use, but not much to do to improve their performance. However, the shop vacuum itself presents a limitation to be resolved can greatly improve performance: the filter.Ya llevo dos años utilizando el ciCONO en el taller y he comprobado que su rendimiento es muy bueno. Hay varios aspectos a mejorar, los cuales harán más fáci...
Just realized I missed my one year anniversery by 5 days so depressing thats what I get for 12 hour work days.
This is my first entry to get this blog happening… it will get better, I promise.
Forgive me for doing a little self-promotion here, but yesterday I posted an item entitled “Making the Jerrjens Mini-Cyclone”. It seems to have fallen off the radar screen without any comments and possibly no readers. Now, I really don’t care if members don’t read all of my posts, this site is getting so busy it’s almost impossible to keep up. But this article covers one of the most popular shop modification in Australia. There have been literally hundreds of ...
Our Dragon Panel Restoration was featured today on CustomMade.com’s blog site in a feature inspired by “The Year of the Dragon” (Link Below) In Chinese astrology, the year of your birth always has a corresponding animal attached to it. Simultaneously, that animal is linked to one of the five elements of earth, water, fire,wood, or metal. Depending upon the exact specifications of when you were born, you could be a Tiger in Earth Cycle or a Rabbit in Wood Cycle or a variet...
Hello All, I have added another chapter to the Henry Wood Detective Agency mystery. I hope those that follow this story enjoy it. http://bit.ly/dn4Y5D Brian
OK Cherry is ready to finish (Notice pores are white) Here it is done (You can still see the filler but I was trying to learn how far to go sanding A look at the walnut before its filled Finished and rubbed out with OOO Steel wool to get a nice satin look
Got into woodworking a little over 30 years ago, in the interum I have made a lot of sawdust. Projects included entertainment centers, bedroom furniture, tables, chairs and the list goes on. I am currently in the process of making some more chairs for our dining room, after that my daughter has me written in for some kitchen cabinets. It seems like they want to keep me busy since I have retired for real this time, which by the way is the fourth time I have tried this, retirement that is.
Click on image for larger view Okay, I couldn’t wait quite twenty-four hours. Cut to rough length, dry-glue clean-up and run through the jointer. There’s some small gaps but they will be covered with upholstery.
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