two small gifts was given to me under a fantastic L J meeting in Copenhagen from Mads (Mafe)a peice of mahogny thats was a cutof from a tableleggand from Thomas (Napoleon) a little Metalpeice in brass and cobber he had welded togetherthe idea was that Mads ,Thomas ,Flemming and I shuold have a greasebox each with a such a metalinlay here is the small piece But what pattern to make was difficult to deside well after the pattern was desided and drawn since the piece for the lid wa...
I am very sorry that the tutorial is still down. I lost all the pictures and just have moved on to other things. But the good news is that others have come to the rescue with their own tutorials and are just as good…even better than mine.Here is one by Scott http://lumberjocks.com/projects/58221Andy
lenny asked about the bathroom door panels i madefor my own bathroom and if they were decalshttp://lumberjocks.com/projects/40732.. here is the jig and the process this is a sliding tray for the 1/4”x2 1/2” slats(mill 3/4” in half and save wood)i leave them over sized in thickness by about 1/32” it will be sanded to finish size later.the router base i drilled a 1/16” hole inand inserted a finish nail as a center pivotcut the nail so it only goes into the top ...
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...
i have had this grizzly 20” planer(it weights 850 lbs)siting on this dirt pile for 11 yearscovered with inner tube rubberhad no place to put it till now i have a deck that is semi-coveredso i made a 3 layer 3/4” ply laminated trolley for itwith 4 swivel casters each rated to 900 lbsall steel (had to order them $100) here is where it sat on a pile of dirtthat i could back the truck up to thenand cut a ledge in the dirtand rolled the monster on 3/4” clamp pipesonto the ledg...
My old carbide dado went BER (beyond economacal repair). I need some thoughts from you folks that will assist me in deciding what to replace it with. I haven’t a clue…...
with the commitment from lumberjocks to help our good friend and fellow lumber jock Duane Moore, they are donating two weeks of revenue to Duane and so i ask, i implore, to please give what you can..there are many available choices…with over 20,000 members here…if we each gave 20 dollars…this would be the blessing he and his family need . so on behalf of lumber jocks i ask for your help, here is the link so you can make a donation. http://lumberjocks.com/donate/
this is a door i made 20 years ago it is redwood and pine 42”x80”x1 3/4 it is mortised and tenon joinerywith a 3/4” ply panel in a dado leaving 1/2” on either side for an inlayit was made from 5/4 stockand re-sawed and inlay-ed to both sides all the holes will be filledand sanded then a full coat of thinned epoxyfollowed by spar varnishit will be loose inset in the top of the baseso it can be flipped from time to time(easier than wiping it after a meal) LOL !...
I started this as a forum topic http://lumberjocks.com/topics/22441 but the way it’s going, it should have been a blog so I’m changing horses in mid stream. To bring things up to speed, I started out fooling around with the idea of thin plywood because I was bored in the shop waiting for finish coats to dry on my real project. It sort of took on a life of it’s own. Here’s a brief recap: The first two shots are of a 4” x 8” sheet of 1/16” walnut ...
Gordon is my right hand man, I thought that I would tell you a bit about how he has changed my life.Gordon and I were introduced to each other by his brother in law fifteen years ago. I was in hospital with his BIL and he thought that we would get on. Gordon is also disabled and has many similar interests. We both like Counrty & western music along with the 60’s & 70’s music we grew up with. We both went gun slinging, It is the UK so we fire blanks. Will we ever grow up? I hope not.Go...
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