Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'oak'

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oak box #10: coat of wet finish

12-06-2013 03:15 AM by Dan'um Style | 6 comments »

Sanded this one to 150 grit and figured a good wet coat of lacquer might bring out the grain a bit. The rosewood and turquoise together for the photo. Will glue last. The turquoise is from eBay China. Fun stuff.

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The evolution of a project

01-07-2008 01:25 AM by Greg Wurst | 8 comments »

One of the first things I did here after finding this site was to post a project I had designed in Sketchup for a new TV stand to match my entertainment center. You can find the original forum post here: I thought it might be interesting if I detailed the evolution of this project to show how listening to good advice can drastically change the way you have something originally designed. We had a large 65” TV we were going to replace with a newe...

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My first Lazy Suzan.

03-05-2010 05:47 AM by Lupo | 3 comments »

I am building this for a friend Over Seas. Her name is Ines so that is what this is named also. The ” Lazy Ines ”. It ought to be fun to finish. I do not have a thickness planer so it has been all Hand Planers. Also the edges are being rounded out by hand with a rasp. You really appreciate the work when you have limited tools!!!!

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Red Oak Lumber #3: Quartersawing a BIG red oak log

09-03-2011 04:42 PM by HalDougherty | 4 comments »

Here’s a photo and a description of how I sawed a huge red oak log to get the most quartersawn lumber from it with the least waste. My saw has a 34” capacity at the widest point, but the bolts holding the adjustable guide for the blade reduce that some and I had to use my chainsaw a couple of times to get enough clearance for the widest part of the log. The throat opens to make a 29.5” cut at the widest point. (If you take off part of the lube system) The red lines show t...

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Huck's DIY Season 2 Preview

01-31-2011 09:48 PM by Huckleberry | 8 comments »

So I am warming up this new season with dust collection issue. I go through the steps to make dust collection for my contractor style table saw. This is mainly for me to get used to the new camera and video software if it is boring I apologize for that….. The better ones are yet to come.

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New bedroom furniture #1: ethan allen bed & ottoman

02-08-2012 08:40 AM by msyogi123 | 0 comments »

ok here it goes. my inspiration for new bedroom furniture. these are beautiful and very expensive for my small budget so i am going to learn how to make them. i need a queen size bed i will need to make it first and then upholster it myself. i need it to be able to break it down so i have been researching un-mortise and fasteners. the ottoman looks nice and is a good project. the only tool i have is my husband’s drill i will need to have blue or orange make the cuts fo...

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Bathroom furniture

08-16-2007 08:04 PM by Norwegian | 8 comments »

Bathroom furniture The bathroom furniture is made for my daughter and son in law and adapted to a relative small room. Not to bee dominate in the small room the countertop of the furniture is gently curved. The appearance will then be a little softer.The furniture is made in white oak, with base-cabinets made of baltic birch.The finish is one layer of boiled linseed oil, 3 layers of shellac and on the top 3 layers of satin varnish. The base units are made of 19mm baltic birch. This plywoo...

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inlaying #3: Inlaying part 3

04-17-2009 05:57 PM by kosta | 2 comments » In this video I fine tune the inlay and using a chisel and a rasp. I also go over about the sawdust chronicles builders contest.

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Episode 45 book case part 3

11-03-2009 08:03 PM by kosta | 0 comments »

Yo whats up everybody in this video I get all the shelves to the right width by planning them down. I had to make sure that the designs on the tops of the sides were straight because they were rough cut at the scroll saw. It tookbe a while to sand all the parts but I finished them off with 220 grit.

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Desk Build #3: Making, glueing, and trimming the edge banding

08-24-2010 09:04 PM by Huckleberry | 2 comments »

In this episode I show you all of the ins and outs on using hardwood edge banding. I had to pick up a new trim router so once I make the new base I will show that to everyone.

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