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Full extension drawers #2: Cowardly backing out to industrial hardware

156 days ago by yuridichesky | 6 comments »

The title says it all, no shop-made slides but soul-less metal ball-rolling ones instead: Earlier I wrote that I didn’t find any of them around, it turned out I just looked in wrong places. In fact I undertook another attempt to make full-extension slides from aluminum extrusions and wooden runners (some different design), and it helped me to realize that it’s just too much ado to cut, drill, and file aluminum. Doing all this with wood is a pleasure for me, messing ...

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Full extension drawers #1: Prototype

187 days ago by yuridichesky | 8 comments »

Guys and gals, I need your advise. I’m cooking my underbench chest of drawers to store some tools. And I’m dreaming about full extension drawers. Here’s what I’m up to so far: half-wooden shop-made full extension slides. Two aluminum extrusion profiles and wooden runner: The extrusions are cut in flash into carcase wall and drawer: I think whole idea is more or less clear, anyway see some pictures of drawer in action. Fully closed: ...

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Rhykenology #7: Weird aluminum planes

215 days ago by toolmike | 1 comment »

Aluminum block planes are some of the strangest of planes around. They appeared for a brief period during the wars, and maybe again in the 1950s. Two of the strangest are the UTIL and The BOSTON – from unknown companies. http://workingbyhand.wordpress.com/2013/12/20/a-weird-aluminum-plane/

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Creative Woodworking #33: Aluminum + Wood = Awesome

794 days ago by dakremer | 8 comments »

Wood and aluminum benches by Hilla Shamia Another interesting piece by Hilla Shamia is this cool take on a rocking horse…..

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Cutting Metal in the Woodshop

857 days ago by Todd A. Clippinger | 20 comments »

As woodworkers we also need to cut metal once in a while. Also, having the ability to cut metal will allow us to create custom handles as I have on past projects. The question is how do we get a clean cut? Hacksaw? Reciprocating saw? Nope – portaband is the answer. The portaband is a powerful, smooth cutting portable bandsaw and a tool that I recommend for any custom woodworkding shop. Hope you enjoy! Your friend in the shop- Todd A. Clippinger Share the Love~Share ...

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Woodworking Accessories Alternatives #1: Inexpensive Aluminum T-Tracks!

1273 days ago by steliart | 16 comments »

Woodworking Accessories Alternatives Inexpensive Aluminum T-Tracks! Getting woodworking accessories in a country that woodworking is not a common hobby – actually there are no woodworkers here just cabinet makers – even the simplest things have to be imported and off course you have to wait for them. Importing things from US by the time they arrive here the price number is doubled and that number is in euro now. Importing from UK is cheaper but not always they h...

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A little more breakdown....

1385 days ago by KTMM (Krunkthemadman) aka. Lucas Crenshaw | 2 comments »

I picked up the bearings today. They’re made in Japan. I can deal with that. For about $23.00 my mind will rest easier while I’m running the saw, not being paranoid of a 50+ year bearing going kaput and sending blades my direction. Also, I finished breaking the saw down into multiple parts and took a few better pictures. Have a look at the album to see them. I left all of the smaller rusty parts soaking in some old Evaporust overnight. Let me drop a little information...

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Building a Credenza #10: Custom Hardware

1478 days ago by Blake | 12 comments »

The Doors Last time I glued up the door fronts: I spent some time fitting the doors with a plane: And then I passed them through the drum sander to flatten them: This little marking jig came with the hinge drill bit I bought: Drilling the holes for the hinges: Aligning the hinges: The Skinny Door I’ve been going back and forth on whether or not to cover the space where the DVD player shelf is. I finally decided it needed a cover of some ki...

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Chess Boards

1647 days ago by Maclegno | 5 comments »

6 photos | 1 view A couple of chess boards I made in the past———————————————————————————————————————————————- the wood was some scrap I had I don’t know what it is, the black squares are coloured with ma...

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Pangapanga sideboard #1: Top laminates and curved inlays

1723 days ago by RobertHorton | 1 comment »

Used the old trick of a straight board and a router to get a glue-able edge on the Panga laminates for the top. One set is gluing already and we’ll move on to the next tomorrow. Pulled open the form and revealed my curved inlay stock for the top also. I was worried that the aluminum would be too springy, but the glue held just fine. I only need to get two arcs out of this, so there’s plenty of room to goof the first cut.

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