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Another box build #2: panels and grooves

11-13-2018 05:13 AM by bandit571 | 1 comment »

Took Sunday off. Was feeling under the weather, and it was Veterans’ Day. Today? Monday or not….things needed to get done….at least something besides all them trips to the bathroom..Finally was able to head to the shop….and, get those two panels out of the clamps. One was a tad narrower than the other. Used that one to get the other sized for width. The blank for the two end panels was also roughly trimmed for width. Then, time to remove the “rou...

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Next Kitchen Project #12: Sunday's Finale, and a PIP

10-29-2018 07:37 PM by bandit571 | 1 comment »

Ok, Sunday….nasty, dreary, rainy outside the windows…..even a Hail Storm came through….seems when we get a lot of rain…the Dungeon gets a small creek running across the floor to the floor drain….. Life in a basement….of course, the creek HAS to go through, right where I’m working…. And each rain shower, a new wave would come downstream. Ok…had a door to repair.. I had went ahead and drilled corner for a deep counter bored hole&#...

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Next Kitchen Project #11: Too LONG of a day

10-28-2018 06:31 PM by bandit571 | 1 comment »

Ever get an entire day IN the shop? Me neither..but, was in and out of it all day long….worked around running errands and such, letting glue ups dry…. Well, I did manage to pick up some hinges… And some knobs and the washers to “back them up” with….keeps the skinny end from sinking into the wood…And a handful of cheap brushes… Had this glue up done, will be the shelf for the Topper..sides of the topper and this shelf all needed to be r...

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Next Kitchen Project #8: Drawer building, part 1

10-25-2018 05:36 AM by bandit571 | 1 comment »

Well…made the mistake of telling the Boss that I could bring the base cabinet upstairs….but,,that Ugly thing had to be empty, and out of the Kitchen..first…..was almost like a bomb had gone off! First off,,,there WAS a zip-tie holding the doors shut…for the simple reason that was the only way they would STAY shut…picture above is after two trash bags were filled…and a tub for the firepit.. Was filled enough to start a second one….tried to help&#...

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Next Kitchen Project #4: LONG day in the shop

10-21-2018 05:20 AM by bandit571 | 1 comment »

But, got a few things done. Had a Barn Sale to go check out….not so much for the old tools, but maybe get enough old Pine to help the build along…..1×10 x 8’ and a pair of 1×3 x 8’ pine boards…$15…. So..first task for today..after lunch, was to plop the sides onto the bench….and do a trim.. Almost just a slab….edge back by the tool well, was close enough of a match, that just a jointer plane would be needed….the edges cl...

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Next Kitchen Project #3: Side #2, and a top

10-19-2018 10:46 PM by bandit571 | 1 comment »

Ok..side #1 came out of the clamps, today.. This may be the outside of the case..And this goes to the inside….Plan right now is to have both panels done, clamped together inside to inside face, and trim to final size….and a rebate for the back panel to sit in… Had three more boards to glue up….to make Panel #2.. Kind of gappy….We have ways.. Clamped to the bench….run a jack plane down the edge. I had a straight edge line drawn , so I could joi...

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PigSty productions shop tips and hacks.

10-19-2018 09:20 AM by revieck | 0 comments »

https://youtu.be/zwC96wX-PsY In this video, I share some shop tips, to make work a little easier.

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Late 1800's 12" Frank H. Clement jointer #6: Motor is rebuilt and repainted

10-18-2018 02:26 AM by jbswearingen | 4 comments »

Fresh paint and new bearings means the 1930’s era motor should be good for a few more decades! https://youtu.be/C3KmLhOVNaA

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building a Modern Nightstand

10-14-2018 04:52 PM by BenhamDesign | 1 comment »

In this project I’m building a pair of walnut nightstands for a client inspired by the mid century modern design. I focus in on my process of how I mitered the corners so the grain flows across them and all four corners line up perfectly If you are interested in seeing in built instead of reading about how it was built please watch the video Recap of build video Today I’m building this walnut nightstand, and I’m going in depth on my method of how I cut the miters so the grain flo...

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Late 1800's 12" Frank H. Clement jointer #5: Dust collection

10-14-2018 02:02 AM by jbswearingen | 0 comments »

I added dust collection this evening. Cleats are secured to the base with 1/4-20 machine screws and wingnuts. Port is attached to 1/2” plywood, which sits on the cleats. Ramps are 1/4” ply. Silicone caulk to seal. Rockler Dust Right fixtures.

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