I finally finished the Dining room suite last weekend: I thought that this would have been an easy project that I would have flipped off in a week or two at the most, but it took much longer. Buying somebody else work and then finishing it to your standard´is all very well and good if you know the other person has done a good job, but in this case… Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think we will have any problems with it coming apart, but the method of construction leave...
Started working on my Live Oak Log today, This is some of the heaviest wood I’ve ever dealt with, just moving it by myself is a challenge.Good thing I have a riding mower and trailer , not to mention the adjustable roll around shop tableto be able to get it up on my sawhorses . This nesxt picture is after I’ve routered both sides to be nice and level for stacking later, I’ve applied anchorseal at both ends. Ready for some boracare , for a preventive treatment of powd...
Today I made my top by glueing 3 pieces of oak together and sanding it. I did have some tribe making this because it would not fit in the planer so I had to use the handsander to sand it which took much longer. I also made my chore, and to do it, I used the dove cutter and glued the pieces together. I fitted the bottom in and put the false chore front on it and put the handle in. I sanded it and now it looks great in my end table.
I am one of those people who have trouble standing for very long. Although I love woodturning, standing at the lathe for a long period can become very painful. A back support helps some, but even with the support I can still have problems. Taking ibuprofen can extend how long I can stand, but I dislike routinely taking it as it can be hard on the stomach. I first came upon the idea of using a bench rest in an article by Ernie Conover in the May/June 2014 issue of Woodworkers Journal...
This week I got to leg spreaders and I got my lower tails no I use the pocket hole so my screws could go and my legs. Then I got the brad nailer to put on my long rails. Then I did a lot of sanding Here is what I got done this week
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In my wood shop class for the 4th nine weeks my teacher had us do our last project. The project was to find our own plans for any thing we wanted to make. It just had to be under 10 board feet. I found the plans for a nightstand. It was just under 10 board feet.
This week I put my bench together by putting pocket holes in specific pieces as seen in the picture Then after that I had to pre drill the hole where my screwsThen I used screws to put it together and put them into my leg which are 4×4 Then to end my work on the bench this week I put a pice of wood between my legs so they would not move in closer to each other as seen in pictureThat what I got done this week where going to go so I did not crack the oak and what I did what used the ...
Hello lumber jock community. I’d love some advise and pics if possible on this. I’ve been asked to build a conference room table for a small company. I’m on a low budget but want to obviously make a quality top. I made the pedestals already but struggling with the top and budget. My thoughts are to either join oak 3/4” 6X8’s together or a sheet of oak ply and join butter board ends. I was going to pocket hole and glue everything together and case it with 1X3 o...
A week into this project I have made some advancement. Two lower shelves were constructed and lots of hand sanding was done. Next will be the pieces that hold the fishing rods in place.
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