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Delta 36-T30 T2 fence on craftsman model 113.299410 table saw

11-29-2009 01:43 AM by steveb31 | 2 comments »

It works perfect ! do not be worried about doing this. makes big defference

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Mom's Quilt Rack #1: Plans

11-29-2009 12:32 AM by imelmer | 5 comments »

I’m making a quilt rack for my mother. She didn’t want anything specif other than a wall mounted shelf with room to hang and display 2 quilts, so I just found some projects others have made and will be adding my own style. Hopefully she will like it. This is a very basic project, but I’ve wanted to learn more about how to use SketchUp, so I took the time to draw up some plans. I haven’t decided if I’ll be using pine or oak. If it turns out well, I might ...

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planers

11-28-2009 11:39 PM by httplumberjockscomrene | 7 comments »

i’m looking to purchase a floor model planer, I was considering Laguna until I came across your web site & read the problems about Laguna. any suggestions?

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Wee Lil Chairs #4: Ready to use

11-28-2009 11:22 PM by Zuki | 6 comments »

I attached the seats to the chairs. Made oodles of plugs and popped them into the rear leg screw holes. When the glue dried I flush cut the plugs, quickly sanded them flush and voila. Four little chairs. Thanks for following.

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Video Blog #2: Happy Holidays!

11-28-2009 09:48 PM by Brian Havens | 4 comments »

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday seasons, so I thought I would whip up a little video bit in the wake of the Thanksgiving feast to wish everyone a happy holiday season. Here is the video

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New Crib #6.....Finally Got 'er Whipped

11-28-2009 09:46 PM by MOJOE | 3 comments »

Well, I finally finished up my son’s crib….well ahead of my Feb. deadline I might add. Once everything was mocked up and fit nicely, I took the headboard portion off and sprayed the finish on in 2 sections. I used Bullseye Sealcoat tinted with 40 drips of Transtint Medium Brown (40 drips cause I didn’t have a measuring device). Anyway, sprayed on 6 coats with 320 sanding between each. The final coat was buffed with 0000 steel wool. I am pretty happy with how it turned o...

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Chicago Lumberjocks Meetup/Woodworking Show December 2009 #4: Things are coming together

11-28-2009 05:58 PM by kshipp | 23 comments »

UPDATE 12/1/2009 I got the tickets in the mail today so I will try to start getting them out to you. I have tickets as follows: 9 – Friday9 – Saturday9 – Sunday If you are able to make it to the show and can hang out at the LumberJocks booth for at least an hour send me a private message with your address and what days you will be working. I’ll send the tickets out on a first come, first served basis and keep this thread updated as the tickets disappear. If you can tell me a g...

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Garden Gate III #1: My First Commission

11-28-2009 09:43 AM by newTim | 2 comments »

Well the Garden Gate business has picked up. Actually it had nowhere to go but up as this is my first commission. I won’t have to go very far to deliver it either as it is going in right next door to my Garden Gate II. I thought I’d use part of the long weekend to get a good start on the project. I’ve found that now that I’ve done a couple of them I can really crank one out. And since I just finished the patina panel for the bed last weekend along with twenty or s...

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Finished the Research and Making a WorkBench! #14: Leg vice part (Duet) (part II)

11-28-2009 05:31 AM by RichClark | 1 comment »

Continuing the last blog post. Took the Leg vice face to my table saw (It has a channel that the fence runs in (fits perfect) and placed a dead wood under it and drilled out 1” Spaced holes… (that way cool old cold steel pin, is yep! An old 3/4” Allen wrench!)The holes are for “expanding the jaw” for larger work.. This is it in place with a test fit of the “pin” you can use wood dowels also… or anything I suppose… OK that wor...

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Finished the Research and Making a WorkBench! #13: Leg Vice - setup and installed

11-28-2009 05:19 AM by RichClark | 0 comments »

The Leg vice starts out 1 1/2×8 x34” Near table top height. The top tapers to the bottom in mine and the others I saw so that the bottom flexes first when its used. Mine Is 1/4 inside the leg width and 8”inches at the top.. You want the top face to drop its dimension down to the screw and then taper so that it looks like a coffin kinda… Here is a picture of it done and laying on the leg its to be mounted on.. I Already chopped and fitted the bottom of the ...

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