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Projects #4: How to Make a Cutting board

03-29-2011 08:42 AM by JohnAjluni | 3 comments »

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Bedroom Wall Unit #11: Home Stretch...I can see the finish line

03-28-2011 07:26 PM by depictureboy | 2 comments »

I am finally on the homestretch..things are coming together nicely now and my wife is VERY happy with me.. :) thats what really counts. Now I only have to do: Faceframes for the bridgeDrawers for inside the cabinetsDrawers for the bottom of the cabinets with drawer frontsTop Decorative molding… yay!

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Oak Hutch #1: Bottom of the Hutch

03-28-2011 12:53 AM by spctravis | 1 comment »

I started this project quite along time ago. Takes along time to make anything from rough cut wood. But here is bottom of the hutch still in clamps. Back of it: Another side view:

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Pair of FROG TILES ...Kentucky Coffee Frames #4: Yahoo ... Dan Walters FROG ... that's me really .. try it !

03-27-2011 06:20 AM by Dan'um Style | 5 comments »

Yahoo … Dan Walters FROG ... that’s me really .. try it ! not kidding.

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Sketchup Mission TV Console / Entertainment Center

03-26-2011 01:30 AM by pintodeluxe | 2 comments »

I am finally getting proficient with Google Sketchup version 8. Here is my version of a craftsman style TV console. It is halfway done at this point, however the Sketchup program was very helpful in getting the proportions pleasing to the eye. Especially shaping and sizing the corbels. I printed the corbel component, and enlarged them to scale. By simply taping the pattern on my workpiece I was easily able to cut and sand the corbels. Cheers

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Oak 6 Panel Door Swap out

03-23-2011 04:45 AM by GrandsonOfRue | 2 comments »

My home was built with white 6 panel hollow core interior doors. I have long hated them. Thus this project was born. I also hate cheap brass lock sets and hinges. (On a side note I hate my builder – no one takes pride in their work anymore) I know that my doors are all Mastercraft. I started by purchasing a Mastercraft 6-panel Oak door. I scrapped the frame, finished the door and hung it. I did this to avoid the need to drill the lock set hole and mortise the hinges. I considered ...

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Arts and Crafts Display Case & Leaded Glass Panels

03-21-2011 12:30 AM by Glen Peterson | 6 comments »

Over the winter I’ve been taking a project class at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking. We’ve built the Arts and Crafts Display Case that was designed by FW Art Director Mike Pekovich and on the cover of FW in April 2010. Bob Van Dyke, the director of CVSW, taught the class. It was so popular that he had 2 sections of about 10 students each. My case is made of QSWO, but others selected cherry or walnut. The class is over and my case is nearly complete. I sp...

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Quartersawn White Oak Display Cabinet #2: Runners and Case Glue Up

03-17-2011 05:28 PM by Brian024 | 5 comments »

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Updating the shop #2: Bench Completed

03-15-2011 12:02 AM by mrg | 5 comments »

So this past weekend I was able to complete the workbench with the help of my wife. I found that drilling holes perfectly straight with a hand drill is not as easy as one may think. I had to re-drill the holes in the legs slightly larger to make up for my inaccuracy. My bench top drill press is just a little small to be able to drill thru a 4×4. It worked great to do the recesses for the nuts to go on the rods. After altering the legs we were able to assemble the bench pretty easily....

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My "Bucket List" #2: Part Two: Segment One- My pie crust table

03-13-2011 05:10 AM by therookie | 2 comments »

Well what put this on my list of projects is Garyk and his blog about his interpretation of the classic chippendale pie crust table. Well reading on how he built his and what I would need to do, I decided to put a spin into the classic design and make it a really unique table. Well when I was doing research on how the classics were built they were out of mahogony or walnut traditionally. I did not have any on hand so I used what I had and that was Quater Sawn White Oak. Now according to diffe...

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