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Cyanoacrylate wood finish?

1731 days ago by FrankLad | 23 comments »

I thought “What if I coated the whole ring in cyanoacrylate finish?” ...and I tried it. The rings have since been through regular everyday wear including dishwashings, handwashings and showers. END RESULT: This finish is holding up better than both Waterlox and Arm-R-Seal. And, in my opinion, it actually looks better. CAVEATS: Obviously, this would be difficult to do on anything but very small woodworking projects. It’s just right for these wooden rings, but ...

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Polystyrene glue!

1538 days ago by Mark Edmondson | 21 comments »

Fortunately for us wood workers and tinkerers, one of mankind’s most indestructible substances — polystyrene — is easy to repurpose into glue. And since several people have commented on my end grain end table project asking for the secret recipe to my homemade glue, I’m here to provide. However, I’m going to force you to read this entire thing before I get to the point, so bear with me. I work a lot with polystyrene, partly because it can be found everywhere, but mainly because it...

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Some Epoxy Handling Tips #1: Don't get any on you !

893 days ago by shipwright | 22 comments »

The first rule I try to follow when using epoxies is “Don’t get any on you !” and the second one is “Don’t get any on your handles !” Basically for more reasons than I need to get into here no one wants to get it on them. The question seems to be how to avoid it. I’ve used A LOT of epoxy over the years for everything from gluing hulls together to making wooden fuel tanks, water tanks and even a bathtub and I’ve developed a number of procedure...

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Veneering #1: A Primer Course

2475 days ago by Lee A. Jesberger | 19 comments »

Veneering, a Primer Course The top photo is a couple sample packs of sequenced matched veneers from Woodcraft supply.The secong photo is bookmatched Camphor veneer.The third photo is Bruce holding a sample of Avodire Crotch veneer, with No Finish on it. Some of you may have noticed my slight addiction to working with veneers. When you start to investigate the available veneers on the market, it becomes very difficult for me to understand the resistance to it that some people have....

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Jig for gluing hexagons

1310 days ago by moshel | 8 comments »

I had several requests to make more of my hexagonal tumbling blocks coaster. they are pretty streightworward to make other than the glue up procedure. the parts slide, crawl, jump and move…. so, i decided to make a jig: to make it, you will need:base board (mdf or plywood, 3/4” works best)piece of mdf, slightly wider than your hexagon1 bolt start by gluing the offcuts from cutting the parts of the hexagon so they make the “press” from both sides.make sure you ...

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Inside-Out Ornament Tutorial #1: How to Make an Inside-Out Ornament

832 days ago by Donna Menke | 6 comments »

I have wanted to try to make one of these ornaments ever since I first saw them. They are so interesting, and everyone asks- “how did you do that”? I had trouble understanding a lot of the how-to descriptions, and even the videos were hard to follow. I found this one tutorial that I thought was good, and after about the 10th read-through I thought I’d grasped the concept.” http://www.ptwoodturners.org/Tips%20and%20Handouts/INSIDE-OUT.pdfOne of the first things I did wa...

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Nothing New Except the Glue Challenge #1: Announcement

1475 days ago by Martin Sojka | 48 comments »

The only thing new will be the glue.LumberJocks & Gorilla Glue Challenges you to reduce your footprint for Earth Day. Dumpster Dive Scrape pile scavenge Straighten those nails Reuse old screws Create something unique by reusing and recycling old materials… The only thing new will be the glue. PRIZES Gorilla Glue will have 6 random winners of the following great prizes: 1 Grand Prize will consist of $200 plus 1 of each Gorilla Glue’s products and a Gori...

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Wall Hung Tool Cabinet #10: Backside of a Carcase

719 days ago by Smitty_Cabinetshop | 24 comments »

Whatever was selected for the backing material of this cabinet needed to add strength, look good and be 1/2” thick. Plywood meets two out of three of those requirements, but I just can’t fall in love with the idea of plywood in my tool till. Biggest hurdle with any other material is the work I might have to do to get it to that 1/2” thickness. I checked the remaining inventory of poplar (says Don W, and he should know) boards salvaged from somewhere, some time ago. This s...

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Wine Cork Display Tutorials #3: Assembly

1236 days ago by FaTToaD | 1 comment »

In this tutorial, I’ll show how I glue and assembly my wine cork displays. If you’re interested in a version with larger pictures, follow the link below: Bigger Picture Version Now that I’ve got my glass, I can begin the glue-up. However, I suggest sanding the inside first, one less thing to deal with later. I begin by laying my pieces down on my table with the inside facing down and the front facing away from me. I use a piece of MDF to make sure the front edges...

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Workbench #6: Leg vise chop

211 days ago by yuridichesky | 8 comments »

The leg vise chop’s wood is beech (I just have one big thick beech board and so I use it when I need some hardwood). .First some rough cuts: .Then cleaning up: (you can see here template I used to mark curves of the chop) (and this is my cleanup kit) .Ready for parallel guide mortise: .Parallel guide mortise: first saw cut then cleaning with the chisel (and a block of wood as a guide). .Dry fit: .Drawboring: .Closeups of drawboring results:...

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