hi folks ,i have been doing some catch up work for a friend ,who’s cabinets i built and installed years ago .since then he has changed the kitchen slightly ,and needed some new ones .so i decided to show you all how i have learned , over the years .as a cabinet door maker in shops around the country ,and some of the things i have learned about it .i go for fast and easy , nobody pays me to take my time on this stuff ,get it out last week !this is only 7 doors i am making now ,but have m...
Like a lot of others before me I can not imagine having been here for a year…. I can not remember when I was not posting here… well thanks to all of you who have taken time from their busy lives ….to comment on my posts and to encourage me with my new ventures…No I am not getting teary eyed… just some sawdust in it….I have made a powerful lot of wonderful friends here and If you will allow me … I will keep posting here for a while yet… you don...
CHECK THE NEW BLOG AT THE TOP OF PAGE 4 IN BLOGS FOR UPDATE!! THANKS TO kEITH JULY AND RICK KRUSE FOR SEEING THIS THROUGH, IT SHOULD BE A HUGE SUCCESS.!!!!!
i’ve been having a bad hair month ,but i feel better now .special thanks to dustbunny ,you have a way , girl .i didn’t tell you that your lazy lisa ,made me so impresed ,i knew i had to add color to this !and mario ( nototoman , where on earth did you get that name ? )thank you for the surgery !and mike ( littlecope ) ,you are right , the past is where it belongs ,in the past !i can’t say how much i appreciate all of you LJ’s ,you are all the best !
I bought a Stanley-Bailey #4 plane today. This is my first plane and I want to restore it the right way. I am on a limited budget, so it may take a while. I want to use the parts that were there when I bought it. I know very little about planes, so I am asking for some help/suggestions from all the great LJs out there. Let me post a few pictures so you can get an idea of what I have to work with. I hope there is someone out there that can help me.
well folksafter reading my last entry what a letdown http://lumberjocks.com/patron/blog/22793 i can now reveal the whole storyaside from needing a filter to clear the airi wanted one i could have more filtering inand be able to change/clean filters less often(i could fill the one(s) on the machine in 15 minuets with the amount of cleaning i need to do) so let’s see what we have for today’s fun here is the ‘frame’ i madeto go on the filter side of the uni...
I have been reading and commenting recently about shop air filtration and the concern for it. My decision to write this was to give the LJ’s community some facts about air filtration. Let me start with my knowledge base. I started my own air filtration business after my son was diagnosed with severe asthma at the age of 18 months. He is now 20 years old. My wife (an RN) and I immersed our selves into learning as mush as we could to make his breathing easier. We attended numerous seminar...
here is a simple way to do the preliminarytaper to ball leg (the shaping and claws are up to you ) i start by clamping two square legs togetherand drilling both ( 1/2 for each)and turning them and drilling again.next i make a sled or cut out taper guidefrom the taper point .(leaving the end square for rail attachmentand to keep it from tilting in the tooling process)and against the fence on the bandsawcut to the previous half holeturn and do the other side.using the same jigi sand it on th...
some of you may have seen this bowl by sam shakouri ,http://lumberjocks.com/projects/27141and my interpretation of it ,well here is how i did mine , it’s a little different than sams , in the method ,he will show his as he sees fit ,thats my story , and i’m sticking to it !so here is how i did it ..i start with two boards of opposite colors ,here curly maple and black walnut .cut them both identical ,and sticky tape them together .MARK A HASH MARK ON THE ENDS , AND AN ARROW TO EAC...
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