Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'drawbore pin'

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Mortise and Tenons

09-19-2008 11:20 PM by teenagewoodworker | 19 comments »

Hey Everyone! i know its been awhile but i finally have another episode of the Teenage Woodworker to put up! in this episode i talk about how i do mortise and tenons. so i hope that everyone likes it! So I hope that everyone likes the episode. i will have another one out sometime next week. I’m taking the T-Chisel challenge and making a step stool so i figure that i will document that. i have some cool things to show. especially the finish! so i hope that everyone liked it and...

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Drawbore Pins

12-22-2007 04:56 AM by Mike Lingenfelter | 6 comments »

I’m trying to get things ready for when I start to build my workbench. I plan to use Drawboring to pin my tenons on the bench. To help align the holes for the pins I needed a Drawbore Pin (a machinist would call them drift pins). For woodworkers the drift pin generally has a handle, to better wiggle it around. I had recently read an article by Christopher Schwarz on Drawbore Pins, which these are based on. You can read his article for a complete description and explanation of the steps. ...

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