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Just for Fun... #17: The fun continues...

06-08-2010 11:59 PM by littlecope | 12 comments »

Nine days ago, that funny looking fellow in the picture had just finished sizing up the four sides of a new box out of some old Oak…The joining of the four sides went without event, and was done in his usual manner… Marking, Drilling for Scroll Saw room, and then cutting and fitting…I keep telling him there are easier, more exact ways of doing this, but he will not listen!! What a knot head…When he got those together, he had himself a little sanding party I think he...

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Playset #1: The plan

06-08-2010 10:42 PM by Roostermiester | 4 comments »

I’ve been planning this playset for nearly a year now and it is now finally in the making. I have built up some walls to level the play area using 6×6 PT timbers that were reclaimed from a school playground that was being renovated. Some of the lumber for this project came from a used playset that I bought for a couple hundred bucks last fall (mostly for the slide and swings). The rest of it I got off of CL for free from what used to be a redwood deck (I’ve also made some ...

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Bench Hook - Versatile shop made clamping device

06-08-2010 09:42 PM by David Craig | 9 comments »

I am sure most wood carvers are familiar with this one, as the bench hook is probably one of the first shop made contraptions relief carvers would make for themselves. I do find them quite useful for any task in which I need both my hands and the piece I am trying to hold down is irregularly shaped, a piece that I don’t want marred, or one that is too small to be effectively held in place by the bench cookies. While I know many woodworkers are already familiar with the contraption, I ha...

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I am published

06-08-2010 08:04 PM by Joe Watson | 19 comments »

http://blog.woodworking-magazine.com/blog/From%20A%20Chopper%20Tragedy%20A%20New%20Woodworker%20Is%20Born.aspx

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A journey into the workshop. #59: Bummed out by the weather...

06-08-2010 06:18 PM by dbhost | 6 comments »

So as y’all by now know I am anxious to get my fence along the bayou put back up after Hurricane Ike, took it, and several small, and one large tree just on the city side of it down. Now those trees just on the city side weren’t ONLY on the city side, but more like 90% on the city side. I guess since I own 10% of the stumps, and it is interfering with MY fence, I had to take the stumps out. In true red, white, and blue Texas tradition, the method chosen was of course… Bar...

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What's this tool? #2: Wooden Paddles

06-08-2010 05:05 PM by swirt | 15 comments »

My Great Uncle was a carpenter back in the 1930’s. I recently had the chance to go through his old toolbox and marvel at some of the old tools. Most of them I could figure out, but these two have me scratching my head.They are wooden paddles. One with a straight wedge design (the lighter colored one) and the other has a slight curve to it. The handles have a lot of patina so they saw a lot of use, but there is no heavy wear or damage to the paddles themselves that would indicate lo...

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In The Beginning #4: How many projects

06-08-2010 03:22 PM by Crushgroovin | 1 comment »

I am 4 days into life with a Shopsmith & i already have 3 projects going. If I were in school they would say I have ADD! But hey I have to have something to do while glue & fnish are drying, right? LOL Now the key will be finish the Bandsaw Box, End Grain Cutting Board, & workbench.

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #6: Self-Framing Picture Frame Finished

06-08-2010 02:08 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 7 comments »

Yesterday turned out to be a pretty productive day. Among other things, I finished cutting my matching self-framing picture frame, which will be the companion piece to the dresser tray I designed last week. In designing this pattern, I was fighting with whether I should or should not do additional scroll work in the center of the tray. To me it seemed that it was interesting enough on its own. I wanted the scroll work border to be the highlight of the piece, along with the beautiful chara...

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Sawdust Behind My SawStop

06-08-2010 06:24 AM by wichle | 10 comments »

One reason for owning a Cabinet Saw is the efficient collection of saw dust generated by the tool. After using the saw for a few months I noted that while most of the sawdust generated was evacuated by my dust collection system, the floor behind the saw was always loaded with sawdust. I wanted to solve this issue. On examination sawdust was being blown over the rear of the saw chassis and the surrounding cabinet. A temporary cover over the space on top of the back of the saw resulted...

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Turning small lidded vessel

06-08-2010 06:12 AM by David Craig | 18 comments »

More homework from the woodturning school - After making a couple bowls with Mike, I have been attempting to get a little more familiar with my HF lathe at home. This time, I thought I would give turning a small lidded vessel a try. When I first made attempts to turn on the lathe (a couple of years ago), I experimented with shapes. Mostly exercises to try to understand the turning tools and what they can or cannot do. One such object I kept on the bookshelf because it looked interesting to...

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