I tried keeping it as simple as possible, and worked the best I could to make the grain complimentary, and this is what I have been able to come up with. What you see here will NOT be what is all visible above ground. Remember I have dot have something sunk into the concrete footer right? The design is pretty simple. Cross built from double layer cedar 2×4s, 12” wide x 24” tall (above ground). The edges are all relieved with my 1/2” 22.5 degree chamfer bit. I thought...
I am looking for a single gun rack to use to display rifle single rifles on banquet tables – any suggestions
THe clamping system i use does NOT warp the boards i use 2 C-Clamps (usually used for metal work) i clamp 2 pieces of OAK flooring one on each side of the boards first , then i edge clamp there is a 2” angle iron bar in the center that i put a 2×4 underneath it, center presure….at the last about 1/4 ” i clamp the 1 1/2 ” square tubing to the frame … that frees up like 6 pipe clamps … the boards are NOT table tops (yet) there are 3 16” panne...
So here is my humidor for my brother so far. The sides are oak. I made a convex cut in them with a table saw – first time ever doing it. turned out pretty good. The top and bottom are a hard maple. I got them from my neighbor who had some of his maple trees cut down and milled. I planed it down to 3/4 and cut it to size…. I’m wondering what you guys would do with the maple (top an bottom) Should I just chamfer them? Or leave as is? or plane them down thinner??...
Found a cool trick to help with the dry air of winter carving. I’ve been placing a piece of dampened paper towel around the wood blank an hour or two before I carve. When I first did it, I just put it on one side, which lead to some weird warping, but when the blank re-dried it was flat again (whew). This pattern relies almost entirely on the basic triangle cuts, so it’s good for practice. I used a simple flower motif in the center, it can be left blank or used for some...
my pics are of the venting system i put in and the clamping jigg i built to laminate 2”strips of fir and i just dont undurstand how some OR most of you L J people can work in a EXTRA CLEAN SHOPeither you dont spend ENOUGH time in your shop OR too much time on computer and or cleaning upnow have a look at my shopNow there is someone who just might be eating sawdust…. cheers ....happiness is a new set of planer knives…. and where is my V-Drum sander kit….lucky me i...
Hi everyone, I’ve been viewing many of the projects here and am litterally awe-stricken at the quality of the workmanship here. I hope to make some contributions in the future of my own that will stand up! A little about me … Not having the tools nor the space in a rental or a condo, I had focused on other things such as cycleing and computer repair. Now, however, I have a modest home to which I am the proud owner of with my wife of 3 years and a baby on the way. What a time...
This was a very cool experience for Glen. Usually he is alone in his studio with his tools and wood creating lots and lots of sawdust. On this day the producer and her film crew came to Glen’s studio filmed him working and talking about his work. He has been a teacher for years, but never did anything in front of a camera. The producer was great helping him feel comfortable. Marie
This is directed to all the woodturners out there. Please take a look at this segmented vase I turned last week. It is only my 3rd turned vessel. It is made from Yellowheart, Wenge and Ebony. Im looking for feedback on apperarance, construction, design, size, shape an so on.
If anyone is interested and would like to come to Glen’s show. Here is the information. He will have 20 pieces (maybe 1 or 2 more) at the show. All are designed and made by Glen, no factory or workers. “Functional Forms by Artist Glen G. Guarino” Opening Reception Thursday, March 4,20105:00 pm – 9:00 pmNew Jersey School of Architecture At New Jersey Institute of TechnologyWeston Hall Building 9, (CoAD) Gallery2nd flWarren Street and Summit StreetNewa...
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