Hello everyone,I have recently been encouraged to join and participate in this great community since I have been making videos for about 6 months now. I’m always looking for new quality channels to subscribe to, so I figured I would introduce myself to the LumberJocks crew. Maybe I have some material that would be of interest to you.I started my YouTube journey when I found the channels for Matthias Wandel and Jimmy Diresta. Now I am making my own material and having a blast doing it...
Please Consider Checking Out My Website: MonkWerks.org Lets make one thing clear: I was certainly not expecting to be writing this blog entry this week. I had a lovely little piece on some preliminary reports that showed the shavings (only garnered from boards planed with a #365 Stanley Jointer plane) from 3000 year old, spalted, birdseye, curly, Spanish, aromatic bubinga cured CANCER. I had to hit the delete key, however when two things happened: 1) The world’s supply of the wood...
Do you have any favorite, little known, online woodworkers? I was a strange kid. When I was in high school in the mid-nineties my peers were interested in watching Married with Children and playing on their PS1s. (I was still slumming it with my NES.) Sure I was happy to watch an episode of Married with Children; but if I flipped across PBS and the New Yankee Workshop was showing, I was going to stop and see what Norm Abrams was up to. (Though I am pretty sure it was Seattle Grunge Mus...
Lumber Jocks, Here is a list I made up for looking for Holiday sales for wood working supplies and tools. I would expect that most of you know about all these sites. However, if you see on that is new to you then, it was worth my time to create and post this list. As with all my links that I have, I update the list from time to time. http://www.woodcraft.com/http://www.rockler.com/http://www.ptreeusa.com/http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/index.aspxhttp://www.harborfreight.com/#htt...
A long-standing and well-respected member recently asked me how to do something on the LumberJocks web site, and I prepared an explanation. He also suggested that perhaps other members were on the same cruise ship as him, and that a mini-blog series might be helpful. So we’ll start with this… You see it all over the web, and all over Lumberjocks… Where the word “this” is a clickable link taking you to a project you want to talk about, or a member to ...
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