I thought I’d add some pics of the garage before I decided to do the great reorganization to give you an idea of what I was working with before. This former arrangement was a big compromise in an effort to still park a full size car, full size truck, and a motorcycle in the garage along with my tools. Granted when I decided on this arrangement, I had fewer tools. And I still had the truck (which I still regret getting rid of, but that’s another story altogether). So hereR...
Well, as some may have seen, I recently finished building a bassinet for my upcoming child. Well, on Friday morning at 7:23 AM, my wife gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Maddison Sierra, who weighed 6 lbs. 11 oz., and was 21 inches long. Below I’m posting a link to some pics of here as well as posting a pic here. Pictures of Maddison Sierra
A couple of years ago someone gave me a grotty old roof beam from a demolished building. Two days ago I needed a plank as an Alaskan guide rail and this old beam was just the right size, but needed to be cleaned up to give my jig a smooth ride. This is what showed up after planing and sanding. Does anyone know what this wood is? I suspect it may be Oregon Pine purely because of it’s age and where/how is was used. I’d like to know if it worth getting the nails out of it and ...
LumberJocks is teaming up with Rockler again to let your creative juices flow. We would like to see the most number of possible uses of cookies in your home or shop. And by cookies we mean the versatile Rockler Bench Cookies that keep projects from slipping while routing, sanding, carving and more. Your task is to record your own little video showing a creative use of Rockler cookies and post it on your personal LumberJocks Blog. Prizes Random draw winners will get the following ...
Does anyone have any experience with J-B Weld? I have a situation where I want to weld a piece of steel to a piece of cast iron. I don’t own a welder and, even if I rented one, it has been over 40 years since I welded anything. I’m wondering is J-B Weld would work for me. I’ve never used it. I have 2 nice flat surfaces with lots of metal to metal contact and the joint will not be subject to very much stress or vibration.
What’s happening in the shop for February 9, 2010 . Working on Scholten’s Ross murphy bed and Barrett’s loft with stairs. Behind the scenes we’ll be boxing and shipping 3-4 orders. That area is really backed up. I hope top post completed pictures on some of those soon. For missed video and building pictures see my Current Projects link at wwbeds.com or poggyskids.com. Watch us live:
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Turning a walnut bowl using a face plate.
Turning a walnut bowl when disaster hits!
Turning a walnut plate with my home made cole jaws Hope this works, here’s the link:http://www.woodcentral.com/cgi-bin/readarticle.pl?dir=turning&file=articles_123.shtml
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