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.
Howdy, I spent some time yesterday laminating 2 wood choices together. Today I set myself up for some precision cutting. I didn’t use Klaus’ sled. You see I experimented over and over again getting my depth just right. My index was exactly 7/8 of an inch. Heck, half my time was spent on the math. I’m pretty sure most of my issues today are because I didn’t build a 45 degree sled with an indexer. I know the worst problems I had were because I didn’t buil...
Today I installed the rails by cutting 2 17inch beams of oak for the front page part of my chore. I also made kickers for the top entry where the chore goes in. I made holes and screwed them on each side. As you can see in the picture above. I also made 45 degree triangle supports for my top and legs. I cut holes for them and screwed them in on each side.
Hey guys, So I’ve had chance to do and film another project. This time I wanted a knockout box for my coffee making. So I decided to make a dovetail box to hold the spent grounds. Here’s how it turned out: If you’d like to see how I did it then check out the videos below: View on YouTube View on YouTube View on YouTube
The final part. Cut your curves and apply a finish. Now get to using it.
I started by my project by opening the book to the materials list. Then grab a board of oak and cut it down to make the rales.
Hello. I’m new to this site and I would appreciate any helpful suggestions or tips regarding my project . A couple of 200 – 250 yr. old at least , California Costal Live Oaks have recently come down on the property that I live on, and I have been Milling them myself with a Alaska Mill that I have put together, here’s a few photo’s to share : I’ve coated both sides with Anchorseal , and have stickered them accordingly.Through reading as much material ...
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