Gail O'Rourke is on the cover and written up in CabinetMaker magazine Issue September 2007 Here is the web site of CabinetMaker The article starts on Page 32 Click on Contents and you can jump to the article. Congratulations Gail another entry for Can i have your autograph
Not much to say. Time to put the old PC698 up forsale! Many mistakes, much fun. Most importantly, I’ve got a great router table that I made myself!
Live in the woods….Wood Art Well here we go….while out last Saturday working in the woods, I happened to be down in a place that does not get into my normal forest travels. I was down in this area last fall cutting trees for this winter’s burning and happened to be down here not long ago looking at some trees that had recently fallen, due to storm winds. Last Saturday was spent cleaning those trees up and while on a break that morning, I decided to waunder around. Foun...
One down and two days until we start all over again (I really need to start planning for the retirement date).Youngest son stopped yesterday to show me the updates on his off road jeep, man, the money he has in that thing would buy enough toys to put me in a shop fit for retirement. Oh well, he likes it and it keeps him off the streets.
Bokmarks and Videos From Drew, For Drew #1: I have a larger and larger collectio of videos from YouTube and woodworking sites...
Considering the new festool I want these handy… The Domino CT75 Plunge Cut Saw or Specific to The CT75 MFT 1080 or Rotex Sander How To Use Sander How To Use Vacums Festool Vacuums
Been super busy with work lately but…. thought we needed a little levity around here today. Big thanks to Douglas for the final frame photomagic….
Just thought I’d throw this out there:PlansNow.Com released a PDF document today on a technique to build up composite crown molding. Makes it very easy to see how such a beautiful result is achieved. They usually release one technique article and one free plan per week to their email newsletter subscribers, such as last week’s 15 tips for sanding success.
Building and installing the carcasses was pretty straightforward. I enjoy not having a specific plan to work from as it allows you to change things up and continue designing while you build. The picture below shows the big center unit completed. I built it first with a solid back, then realized that it would work better with a false back behind the TV so all the wires could be hidden but still easily accessed. In this next photo you can see one of the 2 boxes that will flank the...
Although I completed the fence last night, my girlfriend unknowningly borrowed the camera, so I only have some after-completion photos today. Here is the completed front face of the fence. Some mini quick grips still holding the upper fixed fence portion in place. And here’s the back of the fence. I deviated quite a bit from Norm’s design on the dust chute. I really hate routing dust, so I decided to just use a 2.5” coupler, and I’m going to use the shop...
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