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Slab Coffee Table #1: Constructing the Carved Tree Trunk Base

05-14-2016 06:56 PM by CharlieK | 8 comments »

<div> <div>Get your own valid XHTML YouTube embed code</div></div> I am having a lot of trouble getting the video to look right in this blog! It looks wrong here and if you click full screen it looks even worse! If you REALLY want to watch it then it is best to click on the button to see it on YouTube. It looks fine there. Otherwise, well, you get the idea! If anyone knows the RIGHT way to embed videos then I would love it if you would ...

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Beginning Coopering 2013 ~ Black Swamp Cooperage

04-08-2013 12:25 AM by TheeWoodShed | 0 comments »

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOX6opb-Hg8 We just completed our spring class in the Black Swamp Cooperage at Sauder Village! The two gentlemen in the video did an excellent job and completed their bucket on Saturday afternoon! Had a great time using all old hand tools, a schnitzelbank, draw knives, croze, scorps, and bow saws.

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Rocking Chair Build #4: Headrest

10-18-2011 07:17 PM by Topapilot | 0 comments »

The headrest is made up of 6 billets, 4.75 wide by 8 tall. They are glued together to form a curve. This means they need an angled edge to create this curve. I used a Wixey angle guage to make a pair of coopering jigs for the jointer. They are 4 and 5 degrees. Using the cut offs from the jig I glued up pairs of billets: With three pairs of billets glued up, they were too curved to clamp together so I used pinch dogs top and bottom. These worked great. Finished, they ...

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Drum making #2: Poplar drum

03-29-2010 02:23 AM by skeeter | 5 comments »

Here it is unclamped. It is amazingly within a 1/32 inch roundness. Good enough.

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The Craftsman's Path #57: Sculpted Rocking Chair - Coopered Headrest and Ripping Thin Rocker Strips

02-25-2009 05:06 AM by Mark Mazzo | 0 comments »

After completing the rough out of the seat and rear legs for the chair, I moved on to the headrest and rockers. This post details coopering of the headrest and cutting thin strips for the rockers at the table saw. Take a look and let me know your thoughts. Thanks for reading!

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Does anyone know anything about the art of coopering?

06-21-2008 11:29 PM by jockmike2 | 17 comments »

I am in the process making a couple large teardrop shaped supports for a table, but know absolutely nothing about coopering and the two supports are rather large. Is there an expert among the Lumberjocks that could give me some pointers or ideas where to hunt for information that would be of help to a begginer. That’s the reason I’m asking here rather than a blind search on line. I could search for days and get no where. I have a basic understanding of what coopering is and unders...

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