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Pen Turners' Swap - Round 3 #14: Now we're really moving! On to Napa!

1965 days ago by itsme_timd | 9 comments »

Matt got the box today! We are really trucking along now… he’ll get us some pics up soon and said he’s got some nice Redwood he’s cutting up for blanks. ~ El Mapo ~

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Bowed keyboard- Streichklavier #3: standing alone...

1965 days ago by JonJ | 15 comments »

Finally! No more work on the floor. Got the bottom in, and legs done. They pop out and will stow in the triangular area for transport.

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Trans-Atlantic Wood Talk #3: Episode 4

1965 days ago by Callum Kendall | 0 comments »

You can listen to trans atlantic wood talk episode 4 now! Subscribe to the show on itunes Feel free to email us

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Trans-Atlantic Wood Talk #2: Episode 3

1965 days ago by Callum Kendall | 0 comments »

You can listen to trans atlantic wood talk episode 3 now! Subscribe to the show on itunes Feel free to email us

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Arrow of light #6: DONE

1965 days ago by i82much | 0 comments »

I finally got these done. I am not an expert at doing inlay, so if anyone has any tips or comments about my process I would be greatfull for them.When cutting the plugs. they are sligtly undersize (I’m guessing .020- .030) I tried to “shim” the bushing with some heat shrink tube, but this needed to be repalced every cut or so.Any one have any ideas on how to increase the size of the bushing, or should I reduce the size of the guide?I have 2 sets of the inlay guide, so I coul...

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Making Sofa table by handtools #1: CAD

1966 days ago by Jaeyoel Park | 3 comments »

1. Symbol of “BAT”On the side panels, there is the Korean-traditional symbol.People use this when they desire “bearing many young”.In Korean language, we call this type of decorations as “풍혈” , “air hole” in english. 2. Joinery 1) Tapered sliding dovetail ( top – apron) : I hope that it would be help to prevent top from distortion2) Tenon & mortise ( apron – side panels)3) Butterfly key 3. Material 1) wood : Ch...

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My life in wood #1: Year 1

1966 days ago by DavidH | 4 comments »

Well, my one year anniversary with lumberjocks went by a few weeks ago and I realized that one year or so ago was also the first time I decided to get into woodworking. I thought this would be a good time to start a blog that I can update once a year, and even if no one else reads it, it will be something I can sit down and look at each year to see just how much I have grown as a woodworker. This year has really flown by, My woodworking this year has been dedicated to two main items1) Le...

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Roubo #3: A Slight Diversion

1966 days ago by Jon3 | 3 comments »

I had a fun time jointing up the legs of my Roubo on my older 6” Delta jointer. But my experience with the first 8 footer soon showed me the difficulty I would have with 26+ 8 footer laminations on it. I’ve been eyeing the G0490X, and I finally noticed that the following conditions combined for the perfect storm:8% cash back via ebay/paypal.Grizzly’s Free Shipping offer.$600 in the ‘tool fund’~$350 value in the used jointer. Between those, the numbers were...

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Ready for Summer in Montana

1966 days ago by Todd A. Clippinger | 25 comments »

I can hardly wait for nice weather to get here in Billings. We have recently been suffering a spat of sub-zero temps and blizzard conditions the last few days. I know that North Dakota has taken the beating longer than us. (I love my heated shop!) Here is a short video featuring one of my other interests. I think that you will see why I love it here. I enjoy rappelling, climbing, mountain biking and hiking right here in Billings. That does well at holding me over until I get a weekend to s...

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Turning big stuff #2: getting it on the lathe

1966 days ago by jeffthewoodwacker | 8 comments »

I must be crazy! Got all the walnut cut up with help from a couple of buddies and some big equipment. We managed to load it all up on my flatbed trailer. Had to use the tractor and front end loader to get it all into the barn to air dry. A friend stopped by and we took a chainsaw and grinder to one of the smaller pieces and cut out a bowl blank. This piece weighed almost 300 pounds and we had to wrap it with log chain and pick it up with an hoist to mount it on the lathe. There is a lar...

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