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Saturday in the Woodworking Shop #6: Bandsaws

07-05-2015 12:43 PM by AndyPitts | 7 comments »

Every week (mostly) I make a 10 minute video of what has gone on in the shop, questions, and such from the past week. In this episode I decided to show what I’ve learned about the bandsaw in the 35 years I’ve owned my machine, a 14” Delta. Hope something in here will help you. Andy View on YouTube

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Weekly Shop Updates #4: July 1, 2015

07-03-2015 04:20 AM by Matthew Morris | 0 comments »

View on YouTube This week I got a bunch of stuff done: Released Two Quick Tips:• Setting Your Table Saw Blades Angle: https://youtu.be/hfzijd5ANRQ• Sharpen Often & Sharpening a Spokeshave Blade Freehand : https://youtu.be/gAcUToX-_SE Product Review: Veritas Mark II Narrow-Blade Honing Guide: https://youtu.be/OQ6pJN6eTPk Added some more chapters from the Gamble Hour Rocker build to my website www.mmwoodstudio.com for yearly subscribers. Cut and fit the center and side back sl...

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Maple/oak project/desk #5: Clamps, I need CLAMPS

07-03-2015 02:19 AM by bandit571 | 3 comments »

Time to do some glue ups. Took the clamps off of the dry fit. Plan was to start as small as I could, and work my way out from there. Last night, just two clamps, and some Elmers. Center divider got clamped into the front board. Let it sit overnight. Next morning, got a few items done. A router tabel set up to make pencil grooves, start and stop marks and locator marks for the round nosed coce bit. Had those same marks on the oak 2×2…..well they helped at first. One...

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Tuesday Tool Time #9: Ridgid 14" Bandsaw and Magid Cutmaster Gloves

07-01-2015 11:23 AM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

I’m starting back up Tuesday Tool Time where I go and review a tool, give info about tools, and yeah….talk about tools. This week I chose to do my 14” bandsaw by Ridgid Power Tools and also Magid Cutmaster Gloves. Both are great products. See what I have to say about each! View on YouTube

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Small size reclaimed wood BASEBALL BAT

06-29-2015 07:27 AM by Yuval Eitan | 0 comments »

Small size reclaimed wood BASEBALL BAT I made this bat as a birthday present for my (back then) nine years old elder son.We have no tradition of playing baseball here, but my son was exposed to it at school, and wished he had one. I had no idea what size will fit a kid, the proportions it shoul have, the types of wood usually used etc, so I did some online research. I didn’t follow the official measures strictly, but got a fair idea. It had to be manageable in terms of size and we...

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Turning a Wooden Scoop #1: How I turn a sccop on the lathe

06-27-2015 08:55 PM by Jim Jakosh | 22 comments »

Candy, this blog’s for you!!!!!!!!!!!This is the process I use to turn a scoop from a wood blank on the lathe.I start by defining the volume needed in the the scoop. The formula is Pi x R squared x depth I planned on a 1/2 cup scoop and the volume of 4 oz is 7.218 cubic inches and I want the inside to be 2 5/8” So the formula is 3.1416 x ( 1.312) squared x depth = 7.218. The depth figures out to be 1.33” I start by drawing it out and then adding scrap wood in the area...

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Mini trim planes #1: More plane inspiration from Mads

06-27-2015 06:26 AM by icemanhank | 0 comments »

My latest tools are these tiny trim planes. Again thanks Mads Felding for the inspiration.They are made from Jarrah and a really lovely figured piece of Banksia; all wood came from the scrap bin. I made two to use up all the timber.The blade is cut from an old 2nd hand Stanley plane using a Dremel. I still have to make another blade, insert the brass pin and design a wedge.I will post pics of the finished articles as soon as I have them finished.

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Maple/oak project/desk #1: Part 1, needed to mill a few boards

06-24-2015 09:56 PM by bandit571 | 4 comments »

Came home with a nice stack of fancy hardwood planks. Thanks to the people that got them for me. Let them sit around in the Dungeon Shop for awhile, until I got tired of not being able to use my bench. Starting to cut down a candidate for a slant top….whatever.Was a bit curly grain, and a few knots. Worked it flatter with a small jointer/fore plane That big old No. 6c was a bit too long, so a Millers Falls Junior Jack took over. was having a bit of trouble with the grain ...

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Quick Tips #3: Cutting Curves With A Wide Bandsaw Blade

06-20-2015 06:49 PM by Matthew Morris | 3 comments »

Watch this video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/1X19KMDSYqQ Sometimes I find my Bandsaw Blade is too wide to cut the curve on my piece. In this quick tip I show you a way to get around this problem. Want to know more?Follow the shop on Instagram http://instagram.com/mmwoodstudioLike us on Facebook http://facebook.com/mmwoodstudioVisit the website http://www.mmwoodstudio.com

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Weekly Shop Updates #2: June 17, 2005 - Gamble Rocking Chair Crest Rail & Carvings

06-19-2015 05:31 PM by Matthew Morris | 0 comments »

Watch the update on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/LGO4ItpWZAM This week I talk about the progress I have made in the Gamble House Rocking Chair: • Cut mortises in the crestrail and cut it to length• Took the first steps in shaping the crest rail by pattern routing• Carved the indents in the rails and stretchers• Made the bending form for the back slats Announce that every 4th Wednesday of the month I will be doing a Live Weekly Shop Update on my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/...

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