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Its been a crazy long time since ive been on lumberjocks but its time to get back into it, later today i will post all the projects ive done since the end grain cutting board! :)
When we moved into our current abode, I was able to take over about a third of the basement to use as my shop. I decided to ditch the Ikea kitchen cabinets I had been using as a workbench/assembly table and to build something solid. About a year ago I stumbled across two Columbian vises for sale on Craigslist. They were rust buckets, but in working order. I bought the two of them for $50 I used electrolysis to remove the rust, which worked great. I basically did everything here T...
Up till now, I have done my own logging. Spend 5-6 hours and come home with 8-10 logs. It was a struggle to keep enough wood on hand and drying to keep up with orders. About 2 weeks ago I run across a logger who said that he could help. A year ago I tried to find a logger to buy from with no luck. Wednesday he rolled in. They’re 16’ long. Roughly calculated out to 5200 board feet (Doyle scale). My savings, about 70 hours of labor, no wear and tear on equipment...
I drew up a plan for a saddle stand that I intend to make a number of times (with three orders at present and, hopefully, more to come!) :-) Because the two end formers are cut to shape and have both 30 degree and 60 degree facets, I needed a simple, repetitive sawing guide. This is it, although I seem to have managed to mix up the order of my photographs…Please forgive me when I give no specific measurements because each one of us has a different saw bench and will need to measure to s...
Hi has any one seen patterns for Elves i want them to look life like i will add things to make them look busy like a small wheel barrow thanks Dee
Here is my attempt to build an affordable wooden 4 drawer filing cabinet. I rule out: Plwood, as it is way too expensive in Australia for anything but the most expensive style of furniture.MDF, I built a single draw prototype and, even when using frame construction, it was way too heavy.Melamine, may be a good choice but for this project I don’t think it looks good enough.Solid wood, as it is too expensive. My current choice is to go with premium (knot free) pine and pine panel...
So yesterday we left off with a clean and reassembled mitre box with a few missing accompaniments. I was also left with a broken drill press (piss.. damn you HF!!!!!!).. Anyhoo.. the drill press saga will come into play in a bit but first I needed to draw up some plans for the missing tree from a photo provided by a fellow LJ. I blew it up on my computer screen till it was scale to my ruler and started mapping it out on some graph paper ending up with this.. Now…. I he...
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