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Cabinet Shop Job Opportunities

2000 days ago by Todd A. Clippinger | 10 comments »

I know things are tough out there, but I came across the WoodWeb site and found that there are listings for jobs across the nation. Maybe some of these jobs will be close to an LJ member looking for employment or experience in a pro shop. You can check it out here: http://www.woodweb.com/cgi-bin/exchanges/jobs.cgi Peace, Love, and Woodworking

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Tree IDs #6: First mystery tree followup - Orchid Tree (Bauhinia variegata)

2000 days ago by Gary Fixler | 2 comments »

Our very own socalwood immediately picked off my first mystery tree. It would seem indeed to be a Bauhinia variegata, known commonly as the orchid tree. I took a look through the world of the Bauhinia, and for a time almost thought it was Bauhinia purpurea, The Free Dictionary’s other possibility (entry 1). Apparently I’m not alone in this confusion, but shots of B. purpurea, like the one in the Wikipedia article seem quite different. Another name that occasionally popped up was B...

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Cabinet help for Router Table

2000 days ago by Mike | 5 comments »

Thinking about building myself a custom cabinet for my router table. Wanted to ask the preferred method.I have seen tung & groove approach and also pocket hole joinery system. Seems pretty strong. Let me first tell you my table that I plan on building will be 20” X 43”, it will be made a cabinet grade plywood. Any suggestions or pictures would be great…......... Thanks everyone!

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Making Tool Post for wood turning.

2000 days ago by Mujo | 5 comments »

Hello everyone.I’m Jig Jiglar! I’m not mental adviser. I had to making many Jigs for woodwork.How I learned to stop worrying and love the JigIt is the strange love for the Jig. This picture show parts of woodturning tool post.Usualy this part is included in woodlathe kit.But it isn’t included in my metal lathe kit.So I decide to make wood turnnning tool post for my metal lathe. Assemble This is a mock-up model made by wood. I can know about size for fitting. ...

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Weather Station #3: Fitting the instruments

2000 days ago by newTim | 3 comments »

I thought about these next steps all day today. This is another great thing about woodworking. I always have something to think about, something to plan, something to look forward to. This is turning out to be a fun little project. Next step is to figure out the style of base and top. I’m debating whether (pun) to do a pivoting top or a hinged top like a box lid. In either case I’m thinking about adding small magnets to hold it in place. It will give me something to think a...

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Weather Station #2: Its a bird... its a plane...

2000 days ago by newTim | 3 comments »

No. Its a highly engineered, precision instrument capable of lining up the parts of a Weather Station so accurate holes can be drilled for a perfect fit. In other words, a jig.

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Holtzapffel Workbench #2: Base assembly complete

2000 days ago by cylis007 | 3 comments »

I have completed the base assembly finally. The stretchers and legs are permanently attached using the drawbore technique. I still have to cut the pins flush and chamfer the edges. I made dowels from an oak board using a dowel plate. What a forearm workout! Other than assembling the base, I have been getting a game plan together for the top and face vise. The next thing that I need to do is prep the boards for the top. I have cut the boards a little over 6ft. long and will begin ...

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Marquetry Demo #1: Marquetry Tutorial - VERY rough

2000 days ago by TheCaver | 16 comments »

Let me make a disclaimer here. Some people requested a procedural series on this and I threw this together in 17 minutes! There are mistakes and this thing is ROUGH at best, but it will give you an idea on how to get started…Think of it as an outline, not an exhaustive tutorial…..Off we go…. You’ll need these items….Veneer, a craft knife with a new xacto blade (don’t use cheap off brands, the good ones are less frustrating and they don’t cost that ...

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Roubo Bench - sweating

2001 days ago by kenn | 8 comments »

Ok, here is the hard work and sweat that needs done – the underside of the top need to be reasonably flat. It is 23 3/8” wide by 9’ 5”long. First up is the scrub plane to get rid of a bit of misalignment from glue up. Here is the last of the scrub plane work. Next I used my #5 jack plane with a blade that has a bit if crown on it to get things flat. As I worked, I checked my progress across each side and for wind and marked the areas that still needed work w...

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Roubo Bench - The beginning

2001 days ago by kenn | 6 comments »

I decided that I needed/wanted a new workbench and after some research, including Chris Schwartz’s book, I settled on the Roubo style. I gave a lot of thought to my work style and needs, and here are my excuses for needing a new bench (just in case my wife decides to check out my lumberjocks page before I get this baby built). My work includes windsor chairmaking so I wanted a Record style vise placed in the end vise postion. I have used this style vise in this location at Mike Dun...

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