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Traditional Japanese Joinery

06-29-2007 08:00 PM by Damian Penney | 15 comments »

Just found this great resource for traditional Japanese joinery. Lots of good pictures and some nice projects he’s done there too. Found it via this page after a google for tome tsugi. Enjoy! Here is a VRML viewer for the animations

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Thank you for the welcome!

06-29-2007 07:19 PM by Steven Barrett | 7 comments »

Hi everybody, and thanks for the welcome!! I was surprised to see that I managed to “get on board” (no pun intended, unless it’s select pine). This looks like a very informative and entertaining place to be informed. There’s so much stuff in this blog that I’m simply overwhelmed. Looks like it’ll be in for a helluvalot of fun. Certainly much more fun than having to explain to my wife that I need another can of dark walnut or red mahogony thanks to som...

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"Wood Tales From Beyth ha-`Emeq" --by RusticWoodArt #2: "Reverend Wood: Updates"

06-29-2007 01:48 PM by frank | 5 comments »

Reverend Wood: Updates ....and so such is this passing of a way, that i am become the instilled voice of all that is written within, as to the coming of my many ages lived inside this cache, till comes the oneness of all knowing as shadowed between this partition of glassy berlin…. —-have you seen the such as i, where in your dreams of forest tales from hearts of wood, there comes the dragging sounds of lumber chains before your eye, and will some still continue on as playing r...

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06-29-2007 06:46 AM by Napaman | 23 comments »

Ok…I have been out of school 3 weeks now…have done a TON around the house (projects soon) on our landscaping make-over…but I noticed I am getting EVEN MORE addicted to you guys! During the school year I barely get a chance to check some of the new projects each day…and even then I feel like I am cheating my students or family because I should be doing something related to teaching or family with my time… But now I am 24/7 off the work clock and onto woodworki...

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Thanks Guys!

06-29-2007 06:25 AM by Todd A. Clippinger | 9 comments »

One More Night- OK I had to stay up one more night and do some final polishing on the site. There are still a couple of things I need to take care of but they can wait. I am very comfortable that the site is ready for public consumption. There is supposed to be a press release and I had to get this done. Friday the paper here in my Ohio hometown is doing an article, I am still quite attached to my roots here. Besides the press release, I am trying to get an article in the Billings, ...

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Craftsman Bungalow Restoration #11: Dining in Style

06-29-2007 02:46 AM by gizmodyne | 6 comments »

Selling Point Besides our clawfoot tub, the only nice thing in the our house when we bought it was the dining room. A picture from our walkthrough. Fir wainscoting with a plate rail. We later found out that the wall paper is a custom reproduction of a Morris and Co. paper from the turn of the century. We have visited William Morris’ birth home and country farm in England last year. The wall paper hid most of the damage. The ceiling was cracked, peeling, and had an unfinished l...

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I Can't Keep Up!

06-29-2007 02:00 AM by Steffen | 11 comments »

I can’t wait until I get moved to Northern California. Not because I am particularly anxious to get out of Southern California (however the heat is a little much this time of year) I just want to STOP DRIVING AROUND!!! Every time I sit down to rummage through Lumberjocks I find my email bin filled to overflowing. After driving to and from Nor Cal I just don’t have time to sort through it all. I hope you all aren’t too offended that I’m not giving your projects th...

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Quarter Size Cherry Quilt Chests #7: Reflections, Fitting & Finishing

06-28-2007 09:02 PM by David | 16 comments »

Well, I have to admit to being a bit melancholy the last few days. I found great solstice getting out to my shop to begin the fitting and finish on my cherry chests. I am amazed at how much work goes into something so small. I always imagine things going quicker, faster and smoother in my mind. It was nice to work in the quite of my shop without having to wear hearing protection to block out the harsh whine of machinery. As I worked on fitting the Baltic Birch plywood bottom on my chests, ...

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M7 and the Cherry Tree #3: The concluding Part

06-28-2007 07:04 PM by Tony | 12 comments »

So finally I have recovered some energy from lifting those heavy logs on my own – now that summer has finished here – we had 7 days of sunshine, the longest day of the year has passed and winter is racing towards us (My wife says whoopee “soon it’s time for skiing”) I will try to give some information on M7 and Stihl 660 used for my Cheery tree cutting.Let’s deal with the Stihl 660 first of all. I am not going to bore you all with the technical details; these can be found on the Stihl websit...

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Quarter Size Cherry Quilt Chests #6: Installing a Makers-Mark

06-28-2007 05:54 PM by David | 9 comments »

This blog entry shows how I install the small (1 inch diameter x 3mm thick) brass Makers-Marks on my projects. I like the traditional feel that the labels give a project. I prefer painting the recess black so that when the label is installed there is a small subtle black reveal line around the outside edge. This is strictly personal preference. This Installing a Makers Mark Tutorial is available as a PDF download on my website I get my labels from a very kind chap in England – his conta...

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