LumberJocks

LumberJocks Woodworking Blogs

  • Advertise with us
View dlcarver's profile

pics for routing tip (REVISED)

04-05-2008 12:47 PM by dlcarver | 10 comments »

Here is a tip for some jocks who have to do a lot of routing on smaller and quick projects, especially if they are making small signs. This tip can be used on larger projects as well with a little adaptation. I learned of this from a little old sign maker about 30 years ago. I met him at a craft show…. I was carving and he was making signs. He was routing signs on the table top without using any clamps. I thought, “Boy is that cool or what? ” What he did was take two strips...

Read this entry »


View Davidramsey03's profile

Cutting Board Learning #2: Making Progress

07-25-2008 08:06 AM by Davidramsey03 | 9 comments »

BEFORE I START, IF YOU READ THIS, AND CAN OFFER ADVICE, I’D LOVE TO HEAR IT. THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!!! Ok, after collecting information from a couple key people, and looking carefully at my pieces, I’ve moved on to Sample #2. First things first. NEW CLAMPS!!!!! Not the best, but all I could get for now. On to business. More blanks, 10 this time. For these, I used a sanding block and norton 3x sandpaper. This was slow, but quiet as it was about 9:00PM when I started, and I’...

Read this entry »


View Lee Barker's profile

Bunk Beds: XL Twin over Queen; Cherry and Walnut #3: The rails

12-27-2011 01:04 AM by Lee Barker | 2 comments »

Once I milled the rails, I added accent strips top and bottom. The strips are overwide, trued with a flush trim router bit. I revamped the template to fit over the ends of the rails. Somwhere along in here I milled the top and bottom rails for the heads and feet. By now you’ve surmised that there are actually two sets here—two queens, two twins.

Read this entry »


View Bob A in NJ's profile

More Tops

05-28-2012 10:22 PM by Bob A in NJ | 7 comments »

Had some time to kill today so made a few more laminated tops. Bob May 28 2012

Read this entry »


View Dick, & Barb Cain's profile

My 2008 "Not Just Any Box" Winter Awards #4: A few more pictures

01-14-2008 08:26 PM by Dick, & Barb Cain | 15 comments »

I finished sanding the exterior portion of the box down to 320 grit. Then applied one coat of mineral oil. Boy did that make the grain standout. I used Mineral Oil because it has no affect on Barb’s allergies. Otherwise it would have to stay out in my shop for a month. The dimensions are, Height = 8” Width = 7” Depth = 4” I’ll add some beeswax, for the final coats. Now to finish making the drawer. The back & front will be entirely diffe...

Read this entry »


View GrumpyCub's profile

My First Workbench #1: Intro

03-31-2016 12:25 AM by GrumpyCub | 6 comments »

Hello all! This is my first blog post as a Lumberjocks member so it is sort of an introduction/project progress post.I got into wood working years ago in high school, and even worked at a cabinet shop for a brief period right out of high school. Recently I built a shop in my back yard and have slowly been getting back into the wood working hobby. This blog will show my progress on my first wood working bench and I would appreciate any feedback. It has taken me a long time to decide to j...

Read this entry »


View Dr_Unix's profile

A solution, knot!

03-21-2009 02:30 AM by Dr_Unix | 2 comments »

I found this on Design*Sponge and thought it would be an interesting way to hide knots in wood…paint a silhouette or something over it.

Read this entry »


View clasher's profile

Shop #1: Shop tool cabinet

08-22-2008 03:00 AM by clasher | 8 comments »

My first try at a wall cabinet for my shop. The case is constructed using maple with simple dado and rabbet joints. The door frame is maple and the panels are hardboard. I still need to add some holders for the rest of my hand tools. But I did just get around to routing the pulls.

Read this entry »


View ajw1978's profile

Entering the home stretch....

08-29-2014 08:18 AM by ajw1978 | 2 comments »

Don’t want to jinx it by gloating too much, but coming into the end of my most satisfying accomplishment yet. Building a trophy/plaque/award in honor of a lost friend. A last minute thing that had to be ready to go Sunday morning. Tapped the bullpen and called in the old man, who introduced me to Rockler where I found two pieces of walnut crotch that I said would “make do.” Sanded. Stained. Somehow, put a perfect edge on the base with the router; didn’t screw up the...

Read this entry »


View Yettiman's profile

Building a Dream - my 1st real workshop #1: Building the shell

03-26-2008 12:41 AM by Yettiman | 10 comments »

The time had come after five years of night classes (2 hours once a week) to get my first workshop.. A few dinners out with the wife, plus the promise of unlimited furnture, to her exacting (well I can at least promise) requirements, and I had the budget $6,000 (£3,000) to include everything Building, Tools & Setup costs. I negociated with a local farmer for permission to have my Workroom next to some stables, my own land being too small. The land was a little damp After w...

Read this entry »


« prev 1 ... 3204 3205 3206 3207 3208 3209 3210 ... 4862 next »
48614 entries


DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user.

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

HomeRefurbers.com