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The difference between a hobbyist and artist - an ethical philosophy

06-14-2010 10:23 PM by David Craig | 28 comments »

Good afternoon all – just some observations from an ethical perspective of a topic that seems to spark debate from time to time. The subject in question is the sanctity of one’s work and the ethical treatment of a public posting of such work. Here at LJs, we have a community attitude towards woodworking. We all share ideas, techniques, designs, indulge in problem solving and that open attitude will occasionally cause some friction. In my mind, I see this as misunderstanding bet...

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Plant Stand

06-14-2010 09:39 PM by Shawn Sealer | 0 comments »

I saw the plant stand I built for my wife’s classroom, and it is a reminder that when you build a item for a specific spot it might not always be in that spot. Originally, the plant stand was meant to go in-between the back of her desk and the window. The plant stand was one of my earlier projects, and like many of you I’m sure you pick apart every mistake made on a piece. What I told my self at the time was don’t worry about it no one would ever see it. The stand will be beh...

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The Impossible #4: One of these days (I'm going to cut you into little pieces)

06-14-2010 07:20 PM by BritBoxmaker | 34 comments »

Not a threat. A lyric from an early Pink Floyd album. But I am going to do it, to the blanks. There’s some trig. in this part of the blog. If you don’t know Trigonometry youll just have to trust me. First this is what came out of the glue-up. Now I’d pre thicknessed both the Sycamore and the purpleheart on the side which will be triangle shaped before gluing up so all I have to do now is thickness the other side, to 4mm. I do this by trimming the end off in the table ...

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planer shavings

06-14-2010 03:41 PM by Marius | 8 comments »

i went to the exebition grounds where some CITY dwellers keep their horses and asked if they wanted shavings..as soon as i said FREE heck ya was the response , I just ask that they hold on to the BIG HEAVY DUTY black bags so i can refill them ( if they dont recycle them they will be crossed off the list… is that too much to ask? I deliver the stuff…. )

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #12: Tying Up Loose Ends

06-14-2010 01:57 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 9 comments »

As I sit down to write this morning, I feel as if I have little of interest to talk about. I pretty much am finishing up the things that have to go out to the magazine. I can proudly say that in the box I am sending three projects and two articles. The box won’t go out until tomorrow, but it will ensure my presence in another couple of issues of the magazine. How many? I don’t know. I guess that is up to the editors and the amount of space they need to fill. I can usually cou...

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Don't you have to restart before you refinish? #1: Page 1 - The Restart, again.

06-14-2010 01:23 PM by Berg | 1 comment »

I’ve done this before. I have been in limbo for almost a year. Project limbo, shop limbo, life limbo. I have discovered turning during that time so all is not lost but working out of a 6×10 trailer is barely bearable. Still, limbo. Things are changing. My wife lost her job this winter, outsourced by three people whose names we cannot pronounce, which has forced us to reevaluate our situation. I am still gainfully employed. She gets to have all the fun. All this sounds like wh...

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Extremely Average #163: The Littlest Protest

06-14-2010 04:53 AM by Ecocandle | 2 comments »

Hello LJ, I just finished today’s blog post. I am pleased with it. ‘The Littlest Protest’ http://ow.ly/1XXIP Brian p.s. I rank this as one of my top 17 of all time….maybe even top 12.

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Just for Fun... #19: Parting is such Sweet Sorrow...

06-14-2010 04:28 AM by littlecope | 34 comments »

I had a whole fifteen minutes before the phone rang today and spent it parting the lid from the bottom of the latest box. I always get a sort of bittersweet feeling when I do that… It’s the “Last Act” of the making process. After that comes the Assembly Phase, with a lot more work to be sure, but all the fun of making the parts gone…Alas and woe is me… I guess I better hurry up and finish this thing so I can start another!!! :)But, I’ve got a very imp...

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Shop wood move

06-14-2010 04:26 AM by Woodwrecker | 14 comments »

This is about 1/2 the stock I intend to move to my new (smaller) garage/shop.All reclaimed oak & pine and free. Pallet wood & cabinet shop cast offs.(Hope this works. I’m not “Mr Computer”).LOLhttp://i953.photobucket.com/albums/ae13/SilkySlate/shop/P60705321.jpg?t=1276481858The main bay dimensions are the same but they sure seem smaller.When I get some machines & equipment moved in, I’ll post more pictures.Can’t wait to get up and running. She̵...

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"Why is This Car Parked in My Shop?" Turning My One Car Garage Into A Shop #3: New FWW laminated Plywood Work bench

06-14-2010 04:12 AM by Brad_Nailor | 11 comments »

OK..So I am slowly but surely tweaking my garage into a shop..a little at a time. Before I launched into any real projects I wanted a proper work bench…the hollow core door across two plastic saw horses just wasn’t cutting it. I wanted something that was heavy duty, with thick legs like a traditional wood working bench, with mortise and tenon joinery..but I didn’t want to go through the whole learning curve..I just wanted a bench. I remembered seeing an article in FWW that ...

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