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Veneer inlay work #2: Another glue up

11-01-2013 08:24 AM by robscastle | 5 comments »

I set to work with some off cuts of Purple heart and Pine this time. I made two individual sets, one set having Purple heart in the middle and the second the purple heart was on the outsides. I glued them up aligned them and clamped them the put them both away to dry. Once they were dry I commenced cutting them all up. I didn’t realise that I had not taken a shot of the process to get this far but I think you will get the idea. Upon sawing the two sets up I rearranged them a...

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Looking to Start Veneering

05-24-2012 02:02 PM by mnpete | 9 comments »

Hey there Lumberjocks, I’m going to take my first crack at veneering some small panels for box lids in the near future. I’ve got a few pieces of veneer picked out and I’ll be ordering some veneer softener today. http://secondwindworkshop.blogspot.com/2012/05/thinking-through-some-design.html Any good tips for a first timer experimenting with some small panels? I won’t be taping any pieces this time around. For such small parts, is Titebond or Titebond III O...

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The strom is over now lets see if we can put it together!

07-20-2007 12:28 PM by Roger Strautman | 8 comments »

Day two was a little left over framing and then day three was a total roof job on both new and existing, they did remove old shingles before roofing the old areas. Again this was a total of one day for the Amish, about 10 guys. This is looking into the new cathedral ceiling area. After the reroof it was my turn at finishing this remodel. Keep in mind we lived in this the whole time. I started this in a June so I still had the hottest part of our summer to go. The interior...

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jointer rehab #2: clean up

07-14-2013 04:19 PM by cutmantom | 0 comments »

cleaned up the base with a wire wheel and drill then washed it off, I am going to try to weld up the holes in the base this week

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Extremely Average #127: I have a question for you...

05-09-2010 05:22 AM by Ecocandle | 4 comments »

Hello LJ, In today’s blog post there is a fish mentioned and a Stanley 45. I have a question about the Stanley 45. It is multiple choice, and won’t count towards your mid-term grade. http://bit.ly/9sqMQc Brian

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Neighbors bathroom #7: started dovetailing the drawers today.

08-12-2010 05:51 AM by GregP | 3 comments »

I completed the finish today and started on the drawers. I plan on assembly tomorrow. Drawers getting started

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Get 1 month free access to Fine Woodworking Magazine.com

08-25-2007 11:36 PM by jockmike2 | 20 comments »

While searching for an owners manual on Portercable/Delta.com website, I came accross this notice of a free 1 month All access to Fine Woodworking magazine.com a lot of neat videos, free plans, information just check it out. I also wanted to let everyone know why I have’nt made anything or been on line much besidess the uroligists thing. The first part of August my wife and family went up to my brothers place a Houghton Lake with plans of a few days of walleye fishing and then after the...

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Merry Christmas

12-16-2007 02:42 PM by Sparky | 7 comments »

Hello all I just wanted to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year. I hope Santa brings everyone that special tool they have been waiting for!!!!

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Tool Collecting #1: MWTCA

06-14-2014 05:00 PM by awolf | 1 comment »

20140614: The MWTCA Spring kickoff made its way back to Columbus Ohio after a 10 year hiatus. I made two visits Thursday and Friday. I loaded the car with many things I really didn’t need but were too good to pass up. Among them was a nice old tool chest that matches one I found in Clarion PA 20 years ago and a couple of nice Stanley 66 beading scrapers.

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Kumamoto to Miyazaki

02-28-2009 11:46 AM by Junji | 9 comments »

Hi everybody. Thank you so much for checking my blog, I am really glad/surprised that so many people sees my photos with interest. This is a veiw from the room we were staying. You can hear the sound of Kuma river, the main stream of Hitoyoshi town. Today, we finally needed to move to Miyazaki city for tomorrow’s concert. We could just choose the easiest way, the high way, that would be maybe 1.5 hours, but we wanted to see a place that they call “the last village in Japan&...

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