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Router Table #5: Half Throttle - Cabinet is Framed!

1679 days ago by PurpLev | 16 comments »

I picked up today where I left yesterday. today however, I had a bit more time to work on this. I printed the face frame design/layout from Sketchup, and out to the freezer we go: I added the 2nd piece that makes up the back (had to use 2 pieces of plywood as I don’t have 1 large enough part for the back), and then I noticed that my plywood carcass is a bit out of wack- the back aligns with the left side, but the right side is a bit lower, ah crap, I guess I’ll have to shim...

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Butcher Block Tables #1: Just getting to the finish Line

1680 days ago by Joe or Murph | 9 comments »

It’s been a long haul and not without a few setbacks, but our first semi-production run is almost complete. I have to say (and I have seen this mentioned before) these tops are the most labor intensive project I have ever experienced. With that said, I still have to build 3 more. It’s official-I really am not that bright!! and Cherry Base Clear Coated Tiger Maple and Walnut Base with Cherry Top That Big chunk of Maple with the pine “CA-ed” to the edg...

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Cutting boards in progress #1: Cutting boards in progress

1691 days ago by Dusty56 | 4 comments »

Using up some scraps here…..just made the basic boards today. Tomorrow I hope to work on the corners and edge treatments and juice grooves and then get them soaked with Mineral Oil : ) Thanks for looking ! Ooops ,sorry …... Where to add photos here ?

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Wooden Planes, 2pc #1: Inital Saw Cuts and Shaping

1691 days ago by Rob Drown | 4 comments »

I’m Starting to build 4 Wooden Planes. 2 Smoothers, a Jack and a Jointer.

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Jewllery chest #1: The plan so far

1693 days ago by paulcoyne | 3 comments »

well only 2 weeks till christmas and i have a plan i want to make my girlfriend a jewellery chest to hold all the expensive and lavish jewellery i have been buying her ;)i have the gifts i want to get her all decided but as an extra touch i want to make her something special as she is always so supportive and loves looking at the stuff i make. well this time i want to design and make something for her, i have a rough idea of what i want to acheive. a maple box with propably 4 drawers wraped b...

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Lumber Supply Resource In the Midwest

1694 days ago by Andy Brownell | 7 comments »

I recently came across a supply of lumber from a business here in Cincinnati, OH, Midwest Woodworking. It is owned by a second generation businessman, Frank David. The warehouse he has is probably well over 40,000 sq feet. Spread out across 2 floors are some of the longest complete boules of lumber I’ve ever seen in Sapele, Mahogany and Makore. He lets customers dig through some of the most amazing piles of lumber and pick your favorite boards. One board, or 1,000’s of bd/ft, ...

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Compass Rose Inlay #1: Creating a Compass Rose Inlay

1696 days ago by Jon3 | 16 comments »

I decided to dress up one of the serving trays I’m making with a compass rose inlay. I used the excellent instructions of Mike Henderson. I used Walnut and figured (birdseye) Anigre veneer, and I’ll be inlaying the rose into a curly maple raised panel. I have most of the tools Mike mentioned, but I created some others, like a veneer cutting board, a cheap MDF 22.5 degree triangle. I also created a ‘veneer jointer’ out of some sandpaper and plywood. I...

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Sprocket Clock #1: Gears!

1696 days ago by GoGoZRX | 3 comments »

I cut the gears as best I could… using a sprocket as a template, I traced the outline of 6 teeth onto some paper. I then traced it onto the clock. i didn’t have a drill press, or the right size bit, so I free-handed the holes, then used the band saw, and the dremel. It went back on the lathe to turn off the gouges I made with the drill, and to get a final sanding on the face. I used Minwax furniture wax. click on the image for a full sized version.and waxed:

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First Box #6: Almost ready to glue up!

1699 days ago by Bret | 3 comments »

Today I decided that the lock miter joints just didn’t look good enough, especially since some of each corner will be exposed once I fit the walnut panel for the lid. So I trimmed each at the table saw and am pretty happy with the results. I used a different technique for this cut and it worked well enough to keep everything straight & square, at least as far as my instruments can detect. So I then trimmed the lid panel to fit (“panel” seems an odd name for it—...

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3-in-1 Crib/Bed #1: Design Process

1701 days ago by MDRoehl | 3 comments »

Here is the pciture that my wife and I picked for the starting point for the design for the crib. What do you think? Here is a few versions of the headboard. Votes on which one you would use. I believe that I will be making it out of Cherry with maple accents. It will be shaker style with an applied trim molding which I think will be maple. Picture below. The slats in the front may be flat and ~ 1-1/2” wide and possibly maple as well, but I don’t know if tha...

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