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Just for Fun... #34: Time to make it shiny...

10-01-2010 03:41 AM by littlecope | 13 comments »

With all the trouble I had making the top for this small table, the wrap-up was utterly anti-climatic. I was determined to attach the legs with carriage bolts when the top was completed, and so I did…First I clamped the legs one by one, along with the “Sandwiches” (and some scraps to protect the piece!) in place and hand drilled a 1/4” hole through the lot of them…Insert the bolt, tighten the nut over the washer, and these are on there strong enough for me to sta...

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whoring out chisels

10-01-2010 01:32 AM by branch | 11 comments »

hi first blog i think not sure if it works just wondered when is it time to throw away your chisel when are the to short to use i use my chisels down to the Handel i am to miserable to buy new ones i would rather buy timber with the money what is your thoughts on this bbanch

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Project #1: Sawhorses #2: Sawhorse Complete!

10-01-2010 01:26 AM by JamieH | 6 comments »

I had some time at lunch and after work to finish the first of two sawhorses. I think it came out ok considering its the first thing I have built. It feels good to see something complete. I have my eyes on my next project, but will finish one more sawhorse before jumping on it. Thanks for all the support guys. Man, this is fun!

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when is to much to much

10-01-2010 01:25 AM by Rob200 | 17 comments »

I thought I was helping a friend out by renting my 5th wheel to there son when I got it back it was dirty and they plug the black than so bad it would not dump and trying to fix it they had a so call rv tec. look at it and all he did was cut the under belly up so he could see the pipes but did not know what to do so he left it and told me I owe he for the labor when it got back to the house I went to back it in and found I had no barks or tale lights and the guy how tow it back told me it di...

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Around The Coffeepot Ramblings #11: Why Do I Do This

10-01-2010 12:57 AM by William | 3 comments »


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New experiences #2: Cutting curves with a router

10-01-2010 12:26 AM by albachippie | 1 comment »

For the project I am currently working on, I required a perfect curve for the front of a desk and for two shelves. Because the top material is Melamine Faced Chipboard, I decided to strengthen this by using construction grade ply. This gave me a good practice material to get the curve right, before cutting the MFC, which is 3 times the price of ply! Although I own two routers, I have never really used them to cut. I was looking through Fine Woodworking website and came across a build off vide...

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New experiences #1: Steam Box

09-30-2010 11:52 PM by albachippie | 2 comments »

In a recent forum topic I asked for help on curving a desk front. A suggestion came from Kent Shepherd to try water or steam bending. I have to say that I instantly dismissed this idea, more through fear of the unknown than anything else!Well, I tried laminating 4mm strips of oak, but just couldn’t get the finish I wanted, so, I decided to at least look into steam bending. Well, yet again, my Lumberjocks family has come through!I didn’t have to look very hard to find lots of entri...

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Cherry Bailey Hand Totes and Knobs #1: Cherry Bailey Hand Totes and Knobs

09-30-2010 09:42 PM by IrishWoodworker | 11 comments »

Hello Friends! I am finally back from Iraq (back to Germany with my family that is) and have started the process of making new Totes and Knobs for my Bailey collection for my #3,#4,#5.#6, and #7. I posted earlier about my “Deployment Gift” purchase that included new Hock Blades. I was able to print out LeeValley’s Tote diagram and successfully rough new Totes for my entire Bailey collection. Tomorrow I will turn the front Knobs and hopefu...

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Let's Build a Jewelry Box #4: Woodturning... the Koa Handle

09-30-2010 08:18 PM by Bob Simmons | 4 comments »

”I never think of the future. It comes soon enough.” Albert Einstein… Physicist…1879-1955 This woodworking online episode is part of the Let's Build Series Woodworking Tips and Techniques:1.) Using cyanoacrylate glue for a quick glue-up…along with a spray accelerator.2.) Turning wood using a spindle gouge with a fingernail grind. In this episode we continue with our wood project, a Koa wood veneer jewelry box. If you recall we started out this woodwor...

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Wine Rack 2010

09-30-2010 07:36 PM by Roger | 8 comments »

Walnut n wrought iron wine rack.

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