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A couple of tips for turning cast/wood blanks.

11-14-2017 02:50 AM by KelleyCrafts | 1 comment »

If you have never turned a cast wood blank and would like a few tips I wrote a blog post about it. Some of these may seem obvious but to new turners it would be helpful for sure. These tips could be helpful for blanks that aren’t cast wood blanks as well. You can find the blog post HERE. Thanks! Dave

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Sharing wood resources #1: I don't know why didn't think of this before

07-15-2015 11:13 PM by Schwieb | 7 comments »

Hi LJ buddies! At the moment I am in the midst of a 7 week hiatus from the workshop and traveling across country in an RV. I am presently in Buellton, CA. Leave tomorrow for Pasadena to attend a family reunion. Along the way, I have kept my eye out for sources of uniquely Western or California wood to make something out of when I get back into the shop. If anyone knows a place where I can buy some slabs, turning stock, even furniture wood to carry back I would appreciate it. I know...

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LJ's Arizona Picnic Tommorow!!!!! Nov 7th

11-07-2009 01:29 AM by scrappy | 11 comments »

Tommorow is the big day! Looking frward to seeing everyone. Just a reminder, it is at the north WoodWorkers Source store located on I17 frontage road. North of Bell road. Woodworkers Source18115 N. Black Canyon HwyPhoenix, AZ 85023602-504-1931 I will be there early to get things set up. Probably by 9:30. Plan on being there to eat around 1:00PMIf enough people are there we will start cooking burgers and dogs around noon. Bring a project or three to bag about. We would all like to...

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Endgrain Floor - Made from scratch #5: Wrapping things up...

09-13-2008 08:42 AM by Thomas Porter | 19 comments »

NOTE TO THOSE WHO WANT TO DO THIS…Please don’t use regular grout like me. The wood shrinks slightly and is allowed to move because of the urethane adhesive remaining pliable. There’s tiny little cracks where the wood has separated on the outer tiles in the room. It’s not going to weather well, so I’m replacing the grout in the near future. Thank goodness endgrain floors are cheap material cost. :-) Everything else I did was fine, but the grout was an experiment t...

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Endgrain Floor - Made from scratch #3: Getting things going...

05-26-2008 09:30 AM by Thomas Porter | 19 comments »

NOTE TO THOSE WHO WANT TO DO THIS…Please don’t use regular grout like me. The wood shrinks slightly and is allowed to move because of the urethane adhesive remaining pliable. There’s tiny little cracks where the wood has separated on the outer tiles in the room. It’s not going to weather well, so I’m replacing the grout in the near future. Thank goodness endgrain floors are cheap material cost. :-) Everything else I did was fine, but the grout was an experiment t...

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Endgrain Floor - Made from scratch #2: Buying the Materials

05-26-2008 08:58 AM by Thomas Porter | 7 comments »

NOTE TO THOSE WHO WANT TO DO THIS…Please don’t use regular grout like me. The wood shrinks slightly and is allowed to move because of the urethane adhesive remaining pliable. There’s tiny little cracks where the wood has separated on the outer tiles in the room. It’s not going to weather well, so I’m replacing the grout in the near future. Thank goodness endgrain floors are cheap material cost. :-) Everything else I did was fine, but the grout was an experiment t...

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Endgrain Floor - Made from scratch #1: Endgrain Flooring (Cobblewood)

05-21-2008 06:45 PM by Thomas Porter | 4 comments »

NOTE TO THOSE WHO WANT TO DO THIS…Please don’t use regular grout like me. The wood shrinks slightly and is allowed to move because of the urethane adhesive remaining pliable. There’s tiny little cracks where the wood has separated on the outer tiles in the room. It’s not going to weather well, so I’m replacing the grout in the near future. Thank goodness endgrain floors are cheap material cost. :-) Everything else I did was fine, but the grout was an experiment t...

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