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Spring Style Salad Tongs Cut From One Board

04-25-2018 01:52 AM by wrenchhead | 0 comments »

These are a great gift or a cool item to sell at a craft fair. This project reminds me of the Woodwright’s folding book stand only easier to make. Thanks for watching https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzux4dtnJOE

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How to Change a Bandsaw Blade and Set It Up

04-23-2018 02:33 PM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

Bandsaw blades come in various sizes and sometimes you just wear them out. After changing them out, which is very simple, it is very important to set it up correct. This will save the life of your blade by not damaging the set of the set and wearing them out quicker. Watch the video to see just how easy it is to change and set up a blade. View on YouTube

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A plane reborn #1: Plough plane, rehab,

04-19-2018 02:16 AM by bandit571 | 2 comments »

A few years back, picked an old plough plane at a Garage sale.. Wasn’t much to look at…needed a few things done….was in a hurry, needed a way to make grooves besides a electric router….Tried to fix it up….never did hold a setting..wedges were too worn..the one I made for the cutter was a hair too small….cutter was made from a 1/4” chisel…..was ploughing grooves to build a screen door…plane was having issues…...finally, it was ju...

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Shop Notes #17: Experimenting with Black Acacia

04-13-2018 04:05 PM by Steve | 0 comments »

Some time last year, a local lumberyard cleared out the last of their black acacia for dirt cheap. The lumber wasn’t great—lots of splits and narrow pieces, but for the price, it was worth a gamble. After a few months in the shop, I finally broke out a couple of boards to make some beer flight paddles and a wine rack or two. For the paddles, I wanted to create a flat-bottom surface for the tasting glasses. Boring a partial hole with a forstner bit would leave a score around...

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Tagua Nut Ivory wafers

04-13-2018 01:49 PM by MrLaughingbrook | 1 comment »

I’ve had a couple of Tagua nuts laying around the shop for at least ten years. I received them as a gift and was not sure what to do with them. Well, I decided to cut one into 3/16 inch thick wafers to see what was inside. I found a very nice, hard material that looks and feels like ivory. The possibilities are endless. My procedure seems successful so I thought I’d write this blog. 1. Sand a flat spot on the nut2. CA glue it to a block3. Use a piece of hardboard...

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Dungeon Remodel, the drill til #4: Day 3...half n half...

04-11-2018 01:04 AM by bandit571 | 0 comments »

Half-n-half? Half woodworking, half cleaning….even found a rolling trashcan to make clean up easier…First a little shavings on the floor time.. Hmmm,more to clean up….tracked down the two “culprits”, was easy enough, still had shavings in them.. Not only was the glued up panel out of the clamps…it was even flat.. Both side pieces were also flattened.. I already had done the ends, Sunday. Which leaves these two.. Maybe a bottom panel for t...

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Dungeon Remodel, the drill til #3: almost done, sidetracked a bit

04-09-2018 10:53 PM by bandit571 | 3 comments »

Getting an update, here. Lots of trash hauled out of the shop…took a few days… One of the first items cleaned out. Made a nasty mess on the floor.. All the hammers were set aside…. I think they will stay here, for now. Found a lot of stuff in that drawer…clamps, drill bits, a second mallet.. A speed square….a few bits of hardware…about a dozen files.. And a slick. Handled files went back into the drawer…non-handled ones went to...

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Bath Stool #1: Selecting the wood

04-07-2018 09:01 PM by Diego Cassels | 2 comments »

In this stage I choose the wood I want to use, usually I buy it, but this time I got lucky and unearth this beatiful “quebracho” wood from the backyard. Its a dark red and VERY hard wood. Its about 2” thick.

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Bath Stool #2: Bath Stool

04-07-2018 08:45 PM by Diego Cassels | 0 comments »

Well here is how I go around my projects. I enjoy this faze of the project. First a general idea of what I would like the project to look like. Then I look for inspiration from the web, general dimentions and so on. I found this, traditional japanese bath stool. This is FROM a google search.

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Sashimono #1: Japanese Sashimono Box - Traditional Furniture Maker

04-05-2018 11:51 PM by Jerry | 22 comments »

So, for all my box making buddies out there, I thought this video I just found today would really speak to you, especially the hand tool purists. This Japanese woodworker steps you through his build from beginning to end, and it’s a fascinating look into some really interesting techniques and some amazing hand tool woodworking skill. Enjoy! View on YouTube

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