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Commisions #5: Mirror Frame #5

2239 days ago by teenagewoodworker | 5 comments »

Well the frame is finally done and its time for the best part the finish ;) so i started off as usual with a fresh frame sanded to 180 my first 3 coats were General Finishes Natural Danish oil and this really brings out all this hickory’s got. i think that this is a prime example of how as Charles Neil stated in his video that the colors that really bring out the wood are the ambers and the yellows (not the exact statement but in the ball park) and i think this is a golden exa...

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Commisions #4: Mirror Frame #4

2245 days ago by teenagewoodworker | 8 comments »

Well I’m nearing the end now, i’ve got a lot done in the last two days. not a whole lot physically but the details are really coming along good. i’ll get right into it. first i needed to cut a v groove at the intersection of the tongue and groove. i started by cutting a groove in the intersection area. then i chiseled away the waste to get a rough groove and finished it up with some sandpaper Then after that was done i put in the ebony peg. i will go mo...

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Picture Frame

2247 days ago by teenagewoodworker | 11 comments »

Hey Everybody, In this episode of the Teen Age Woodworker I make a pretty cool Arts-and-Crafts style picture frame out of Oak for my cousin. Some things that i go over in this episode are half blind dovetails and making a simple triangle peg. here’s what the finished product is. ! Well I hope that Everyone likes it! ( and just in case anyone notices the front says Teenage Wooworker, I know i just forgot to change it, Enjoy the show) Well I hope that everyone liked it...

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Wood Library #1: Ebony

2249 days ago by teenagewoodworker | 5 comments »

Ebony (Diospyros ebenum) Ebony is a really beautiful wood but is also very, very hard to work with. from my uses of Ebony i have found that it is a very brittle wood and chips very often. it is also very hard to shape using hand tools again because it chips so much. really i have found that the only way to shape it is to sand it and because it is so dark i have a hard time of finding in which direction the grain runs and all it does it chip. also when gluing up Ebony because of the oil con...

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Wood Riffs #1: First Project Idea

2286 days ago by teenagewoodworker | 5 comments »

Hey Everyone, Just Wanted to start up the series with me and my cousin called “Wood Riffs”. This is as i said the series with me and my cousin and it will be more of a fun show that will take place less frequently as me and my cousin need to get together to do this one. we will mostly be building cool things for his guitar. I figured that in this I would just release the first project idea. It is a bandsawn box. I am planning of making it out of flame birch as my cousin like ...

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Cribbage Board Techniques #2: Finishing the Inlets

2482 days ago by Doodler | 2 comments »

Continuing routing the inlets for the cribbage board… After using the fence and clamps to route to the edges of the inlets I finish routing out each segement freehand. I previously scribed the curved segments with a compass and now I carefully cut around the curves with a knife. This is not a common X-Acto which would break immedietly on the ebony, but a hardened steel surgical blade I purchased from Micro-Mark. I use a micro chisel to clean out the edges of the cur...

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the woodpile #2: Saving Stock for the Winter

2524 days ago by scottb | 13 comments »

It’s quickly becoming my favorite time of year. The gardens and farmers markets are overflowing with their bounty, almost everything is fresh and in season, the days are becoming comfortable – not yet crisp, but not too hot. Time to preserve and make preparations for the winter. The freezer down in the basement (shop) is almost completely stocked with goodness to keep me going well into next year! I promised “more about this later” during my shop tour... so here it...

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Cribbage Board Techniques #1: Vacation's Over

2525 days ago by Doodler | 5 comments »

Well I haven’t been here in a while. Summer is usually slow for cribbage board business and I actually spent two months doing no woodworking at all. First break I’ve had since I started making boards about 4 years ago. I did spend some time improving my shop and putting in a dust-collection system. I’ll update the pictures of it soon. Anyway I was contacted by a potential customer who liked my newest board design (the paua rosa with maple burl board in my projects page). ...

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Demilune table tops #1: Making Demilune Tables

2560 days ago by Lee A. Jesberger | 27 comments »

As you may have guessed, I make many of these tables. The practice is needed, and the combinations of woods make it very interesting. These were all made from the plexiglass templates shown. By using these templates, I can make these tops very quickly. I also have other shapes that are more complicated, which I’ll post at another time. Lee

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Pen Turning #2: Intro to Pen Turning - Part 2

2565 days ago by WayneC | 17 comments »

In this part I’m intending to finish the cigar pen I started last time. I’m going to add a bloodwood accent to the writing end of the pen. To do this I took a bloodwood scrap and drilled the center. I then took a spare brass tube put it on the pen mill and squared one end to the hole. This allows the part to mate seamlessly to the piece on the tube. Next is cut off a short piece to glue onto the tube. I am using a clamp to keep my fingers away. I probably could hav...

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