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Thinking about making a go at saw milling

12-19-2011 04:29 AM by NewEnglandsWoodWorks | 19 comments »

I have been intrigued by the Logosol chainsaw mill for quite a long time now. In particular the M7 Chainsaw Mill. But in the high two thousand dollar range, it is way out of my budget. I believe that the mill is not nearly worth that price. I So, I think I’m going to start making my own chainsaw mill out of wood! I plan to make a wooden platform for the log bed with steps so I can move the log up one at a time. To control the depth of cut I am going to build a sled that will slide a lo...

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #556: Crunch Time (?)

12-18-2011 02:16 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 5 comments »

Well folks, it seems we are getting down to the wire. Everyone I talk to seems like they are kicking it up to high gear to get everything done in time for Christmas. Why then, do I feel so lazy? I have noticed this trend in myself the past week. Instead of being more keyed up and moving faster, it seems that I have adopted this ‘what will be, will be’ attitude and have slowed down. It isn’t really like me and it feels rather strange. Especially a week before Christma...

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Replacement Speaker Boxes #1: Speaker Boxes

12-17-2011 10:06 AM by Nighthawk | 1 comment »

Take two speaker boxes that are worse for wear, and kind of water logged. Then say, “heck they aren’t exactly cheap speakers either. ummmmmmm” Mission speakers. Remove guts of both speakers. Put in plasted container and seal. Turn round and now say… “ummm now what?... followed by a gulp, ”...and he wants two… hmmmm “ Okay we first made a router jig so we can do some nice daedo to fit the speakers into and then finish the cross cut tab...

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paul frankl dressing table 6 #1: http://youtu.be/ZUQ52DIVwlE

12-16-2011 03:58 AM by andyboy | 9 comments »

Here is a project I made with my students. Made from shipping pallets. Hope you enjoy it!

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It's Beginning to look at lot like Christmas #4: Snowman is done

12-14-2011 05:49 PM by Kerry Drake | 1 comment »

The snow man is finally done. He measures nearly 16” tall and 8 1/2” wide at his widest.

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Tool Chest #3: Almost A Lid

12-07-2011 06:15 AM by JaLatham | 11 comments »

Laying out lid parts for marking. Marking from the piece being used, instead of measuring and worrying about numbers allows you to be way more accurate. Squaring up the panel. I cut right on the line this time. Practice really does help! “Scrubbing” the panel to width with my fore plane. Jointing the edge. Plowing end grain is no joke! Boring holes in the frame fore drawboring with my little helper. Almost a lid! ...

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Blue stained white pine

12-06-2011 05:16 AM by ILL10 | 2 comments »

Does anyone know where I can buy “blue stained white pine”. In or near Illinois?Thank You.

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Making a Condiment Tote (for beginners) #4: Making the handle and finishing the tote

12-06-2011 02:30 AM by ~Julie~ | 9 comments »

Now that we have the size of the handle piece, the actual handle has to be cut out of it.For now I keep the piece as a rectangle, and will do the angled sides after the handle is cut out. I’m using my router and a template guide to remove the area for the handle. First I need to make a template out of hardboard that is 11/32” larger than the actual size of the oval hole that I want. I determined a hole 3 1/2” long and 1 1/8” wide for the handle would be good for t...

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Tool Chest #2: Starting The Lid

12-04-2011 04:06 AM by JaLatham | 4 comments »

Ripping stock to size. I really don’t know why I was staying so far from the line. Not that it matters. Apparently my sawing has been getting better. I stayed away from the line to allow for wandering of the saw blade, but it tracked so straight that I think I can stick right next to the line next time. Jointing sawn edges. While I know that the shavings aren’t what is important, seeing the difference in the shavings of my jointer plane(on top), and my fore plane(on ...

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Making a Condiment Tote (for beginners) #3: Finishing the inside

12-01-2011 05:31 AM by ~Julie~ | 2 comments »

Now that the sides, ends and bottom are cut I stain them, on the insides only, before putting the box of the tote together. It’s much easier to stain before glueing because trying to reach your hand inside a box and stain it is very difficult. With pine, I use flecto Varathane’s Gel Stain. It does not require any undercoating and always give me a streak-proof finish. Not all stains work well on pine but I have had great success with this. I rub it on with a piece of old t-s...

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