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Hickory Chest Build #3: How to build a Hickory Chest Continued

01-31-2012 06:12 AM by WoodJediNTraining | 0 comments »

This is a continuation of the Hickory Chest build. This is an 8 video series. Here we continue with part 3, 4 and 5

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Christmas Box Build Off Winners

12-09-2012 01:31 AM by WoodJediNTraining | 5 comments »

Here are the winners of the Christmas Box Build Off. If you would like to see all the entries please visit Christmas Box Build Off Contest

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Woodworker's Auction

06-13-2012 03:11 PM by natesd | 6 comments »

This Blog is being started to pass on information about my father who was a custom cabinet maker for more than 40 years. All of his shop machines, hand tools, over 100 lg stacks of lumber, and a collection of antique tools are up for sale. The auction is an online only auction and is being cunducted by Fahey Sales. Their web sight is www.faheysales.com There you search Buyers view all auctions and look for “Complete Wood Working Estate Auction.” The direct link for the sale ...

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Building a Tablesaw Base Part 2

04-22-2013 12:12 AM by WoodJediNTraining | 4 comments »

Well I finally finished the Tablesaw Base, trying to film during rain storms is almost impossible with the ambient noise from the rain hitting the metal roof.. but I waited it out, and am very happy with the outcome.. Here is a look at the final steps of building this base

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The inspiring treasures of a Grandfathers woodwork

03-05-2012 12:17 AM by jjw5858 | 6 comments »

Hey friends, I wanted to share a project/blog….that never got on here, as it was done probably in the late 1960’s from what I have learned. I remember as a child going and snooping as all young kids do..and going into my Grandparents bedroom and being in awe…of this wooden closet…lol. My father told me that this became a side project of my Grandfathers and he did it as a pastime hobby.I am amazed that the work is so clean all done in Cedar…and so new lookin...

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Standup Paddleboard Paddles #6: Paddles #3 and 4 and I finally get to use my Dowelmax

12-01-2007 03:29 AM by Bob Babcock | 10 comments »

I’ve decided I really like making paddles. Very creative outlet and not only is it artistically challenging but the dynamics of the blade design are really interesting as well. I’ve got 5 paddles in the works at the moment but #3 is different from my earlier ones. Straight shaft, teardrop, no laminations, dovetail. I added some geometric woodburning, somewhat primitive looking. It also has a channel, kind of the reverse of a dihedral feeding into the dovetail. Paddle #3 I...

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How not to #1: Turn a Bowl

10-09-2007 12:53 AM by scottb | 12 comments »

The first in a, likely, long educational series, teaching by example. Poor example. Deliberately. If we don’t try (and fail quick) we may never learn how to proceed. Or reasons why the tried and true, really is. Several months back (or more) I saw some experimental turnings of Hilary Pfeifer's made from several layers of perforated hardboard, laminated into a block with woodglue. Inspired (and knowing that common wood glue would be brutal to keeping your chisels sharp) I took a bunch...

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Juniper Log Table with Stone Inlay Burled Cottonwood Top #2: Workong on stone inlay in the burled top

08-06-2008 02:09 AM by Tim & Candy Hicks | 2 comments »

We finished the base and the pedestal, they have both been sprayed with the finish and now the top has been bolted on to the base. So now we are inalying the malachite Tim is using the dremmel tool and cleaning up and soft spots and natural cracks so we can add the stone All the inlay has been set and is now drying When it is all dry we will sand it down and fill in the gaps with a finer crushed stone, sand again and then spray the top

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Piano Reconstruction...

01-20-2012 03:43 PM by jeth | 4 comments »

Hello all.. I have recently been working on some wooden parts for a rather worse for wear Yamaha upright Piano.. My work was all but done, just left with the assembly and final polish ahead. Unfortunately, the client at this stage has now decided they don’t want to pay the price and offered me, well, an insult, so at some point I guess I will be putting some piano shaped shelving together :) I have lost a substantial amount of time on this job, the first time I have done any lamin...

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Piano Reconstruction... (Cont..)

01-20-2012 04:24 PM by jeth | 3 comments »

Ok, with the panels laid up I got the edges planed to trim to final dimensions then, i have to admit, for fear of tearout I sanded rather than smoothing the faces with a hand plane. Here shooting the edging strip that covers the top end of the lamination, the idea was to bring this down to about 1/16” so that it would coincide more or less with the round over on the edges and become near invisible.. Now to get the other bits done.. Keyboard supports....

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