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STOVE TOP FRAME PHOTOS #2: finished product ........ Acorn and Welcome tiles framed

03-07-2010 05:49 AM by Dan'um Style | 13 comments »


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A Flag Display Box #7: Surprise!!!

03-07-2010 05:00 AM by littlecope | 7 comments »

I received a Care Package today, courtesy of our very own Bob Kollman!! Eight days ago, in part #6, I related little in the way of forward progress but I let it slip that I was about to pull the trigger on buying a sheet of Lexan to move things along… Well, the following day I got a PM from Bob, informing me that he had sent a load of Plastics my way!! It was supposed to be a surprise… He had gotten my shipping address from that other wily gift-giver David (Patron) and he to...

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A long trip and many visits.

03-07-2010 04:56 AM by a1Jim | 34 comments »

I thought I would invite you all along on a trip I began, a couple of weeks ago. I was thinking about all the members we have and in particular, some who have been here much longer than I have, so I thought I would go visit them and learn a little more about them. I did this by going to the “gold bar” and clicked on “members”, and one-by-one, started with our number one poster, Karson. I started viewing each one of their profiles and shops. I don’t know how m...

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Social Network Marketing #3: How viral marketing is like viral infections!

03-07-2010 04:44 AM by pashley | 5 comments »

Now I know why they call it “viral marketing”; – because it’s just like a virus, epidemiologically. Let’s compare the Chicken Pox to …how about LumberJocks? Obviously LumberJocks has done very well for itself, with over 17,000 members in about 4 years. Doing the math, that averages out to be about 11 new members a day! But WHY has it grown? Because LumberJocks is like Chicken Pox, from an epidemiological (how it spreads) point of view. Let’...

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Extremely Average #64: Progressing Slowly

03-07-2010 04:10 AM by Ecocandle | 12 comments »

The flattening of the router table top took slightly less time than it did for China to put up a wall to keep out the neighbors’ goats. I estimate that I spent around seven or eight hours flattening my laminated table top. I would imagine that, if I had run the boards through a planer, and then did some sanding; it would have taken less than 30 minutes. That is ok though, as I enjoyed myself and it is done now. I really like the breadboard look. My friend Ryan made a really cool co...

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v-drum sander MAKEOVER

03-07-2010 03:14 AM by Marius | 2 comments »

revamped the v-drum sander works like a top. totally redesigned my first plan

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Going Pro as a Woodworker Part 1 - The Dark Side

03-07-2010 02:44 AM by Charles Brock | 4 comments »

Since I started my woodworking publishing and education company after retiring as a school teacher company, I have been living a dream working daily as a professional woodworker. This series taken from my website’s (Build A Maloof Inspired Rocker) blog will share some of those experiences and give some advice to those who are pros or thinking about the day! I was traveling before six in the morning recently, on my way to do a personal appearance as a woodworker. There was a big chan...

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Tablesaw Workstation #16: New casters from Woodcraft - much easier rolling.

03-07-2010 12:54 AM by JohninSD | 1 comment »

I bought the Woodriver leveling casters from Woodcraft when they were on sale for $80 a week or so ago. Put them on the workstation yesterday when they arrived and found that the workstation rolls much easier than it did with the big box cheap casters I had been using. Haven’t tried the leveling function yet – I’ll post a review after a few weeks of use. BTW, Woodcraft has by far the lowest price for similar casters – at least that’s what I’ve found after a...

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thank you

03-07-2010 12:11 AM by Alexg | 0 comments »

Thank you all for your coments, fist time i post pics of my work anywere. love this web site.

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Garden Chair #2: Roughing it

03-07-2010 12:03 AM by Zuki | 1 comment »

Here is the chunk of wood I purchased to build the chair. 8bf of 8\4 poplar = $35. I ran it through the planer and jointed the edges and voila. I had a smaller piece of 8/4 already so I roughed out the front legs from that. For the rear I hacked off a piece and ran it through the BS. The rear legs were 1 1/8 wide . . . odd sizing. After giving the dimensioned board a scuff with the sander to remove the BS marks, I penciled out the legs and roughed them out on the...

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