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Woodworking Inspiration #1: Woodworking - a Love Language

120 days ago by pps | 0 comments »

Aubrey eagerly sported her tool belt with tucked-in hammer. Everything about her said, “Let’s go build something daddy!” She was ready for anything and wanted to prove she could tackle anything her brothers could – and more. The “weekend” basement remodeling project had morphed into a 2 year marathon. We’d finish one part and my lovely wife would come down the stairs oohing an aahing about how good it looked. Then I’d hear those dreaded next words “But babe, that old _ (insert “w...

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Annual 2x4 Contest Build #2: Summers Woodworking's First Annual Creative 2x4 Contest Build 2013 Video

562 days ago by Summers Woodworking | 0 comments »

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Annual 2x4 Contest Build #1: Summers Woodworking's First Annual Creative 2x4 Contest Build 2013

564 days ago by Summers Woodworking | 0 comments »

Announcement! Summers Woodworking’s First Annual Creative 2×4 Contest Build 2013 is upholding a contest where you the woodworker will build something creative with a standard 2”x4”x8’ stud. Rules: You may enter only one project.By entering, you verify that your entry is your own creation (Note: Summers Woodworking is NOT responsible for monitoring authenticity). You must subscribe to my YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=SummersWood...

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Without a WW bench, would straightening wood work with two clamps to hold a board?

1544 days ago by TopamaxSurvivor | 26 comments »

I need to straighten out an eight foot piece of oak. I needed to take a ¾ inch bow out of the board. I have no joiner. I clamped a straight edge on the oak and cut it with my skill saw. I do not have a wood working bench to hold it for planning either. I used one clamp to hold it vertically and another clamp to hold that clamp. Placing the whole she-bang against a firm object, away we go!! The No. 7 Stanley whipped it out in nothing flat ;-))

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