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Workshop Improvements #3: Lathe Sharpening/Storage Center

09-17-2011 08:45 PM by ChrisCrafts | 3 comments »

I have a desire for more storage and organization around my lathe. My current solution is to use every possible vertical surface for all my lathe related accessories. As you might imagine this is, well, not the best system. Mainly because it clutters up my shop and I spend my time trying to figure out what I did with this or that item. I have looked at some of the commercially available items and they are just too costly. So here is the design I think I am going to go with. I made a few di...

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Plans wanted

04-06-2012 01:07 AM by Ted Pagels | 2 comments »

Hello, I’m looking for plans for the outdoor treated lumber bar stools as shown in the photo. Thanks!

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Stanley Scraper Plane Handle For Size 12, 12-1/2 & 12-3/4

12-27-2014 10:15 PM by hhhopks | 0 comments »

I wanted to replace the missing handle on my Stanley scraper plane. The project should be a simple turning task if I only know what the key dimensions are. I gave up searching on the net after months of Google without success. Fortunately I was able to get my hands on several examples of the handle. I believe that the handles were hand turned, each one has some minor variance. Attached is a drawing of handle with dimensions for Lumberjocks’ future reference. Hopefully, it will sav...

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Would a Canadian find this offensive?

01-16-2015 09:53 PM by johnhutchinson | 16 comments »

I know that some of my buddies are Canadian, and I’m sure there are a bazillion more out there, so I have a question for them. But first the story behind the question … When I was working on my Frankenstein musical automaton, I was fascinated with how a Geneva stop mechanism snaps things to attention in one increment per turn of the crank. So that got me to thinkin’. What else could I snap to attention? A soldier? A saluting soldier? A saluting Mountie? A saluting ...

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just another workbench project (updated 21/02/15)

02-08-2015 07:05 AM by cdnstudentwoodworker | 1 comment »

Its been a a long few years in highschool and a solid maple workbench will be my final project. Ive been designing it for months and finally received the wood 90 BF of 8/4 hard maple. My portion being the 7 lighter colored boards on the left. Let the bench begin! Starting to shape up , i should mention the finish on these boards was fantastic , they had warped some but the faces were nearly flat and already smoothed making it much less work to joint flat surfaces. The smaller boards we...

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"Federal Style Low Bookcase" Challege

03-28-2008 08:36 PM by joey | 10 comments »

Inspired by this fine huntboard This bookcase has 3 sections, the 2 on the ends will handle most novel while the center section is for larger books that never seem to fit in a normal book case, there is 160 ” of shelve space in the 70” piecehttp://i241.photobucket.com/albums/ff175/jledington2002/Scan_2.jpg This design I pulled from my design notebook. It is a design That worked up for a customer, but I never got to build. I think it would look good build out of walnut with a...

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challenge04,bookcase,design,plan

04-14-2008 04:28 AM by nicholas | 6 comments »

I saw this design challenge just surfing the net one day. I just so happened to be working on a bookcase design of my own. So here it is. In my design is made to be broken down easily to be shipped. So the spacers are made of metal. I don’t know if that qualifies for the challenge. But it is just a design. They could easily be made out of wooden dowels or even antiqued cooper pipe for that matter. In my mock ups I used white ash. One is done natural with a tung oil and wax fini...

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Website contest Top 5 winners

08-08-2009 04:44 PM by kosta | 1 comment »

Yo whats up everybody here are the top 5 finalists you will have one week to vote for the so 1st The Wood Whisperer wow Im sooo surpised with 50 votes 2nd Matts basement Workshop 12 votes3rd tie between yours truly kostas workshop and stus shed 6 votes 4th tie between Scroll saw workshop and the reninnisance woodworker 5 votes 5th Tie between MLW woodworking and modern woodshop and woodworkers resource So these websites will be on to the next round I know I said there would be a top 10 ...

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Torque Workcentre at work.. #14: A couple more videos.

11-01-2009 01:26 PM by degoose | 14 comments »

Check out the blog at Stu's Shed complete with videos. Look beyond what I am actually doing and see the potential of what the machine can do. No script, no rehearsal, no idea.. lolThese were taken when Stu dropped in last week. Stu doing a bit of Slab surfacing. Me using the copy attachment to copy an old english letter ” L” Using the stops to route a border around the letter e Aztec art freehand routing using the pin and changing the radius.. Lord of the Rings LOLJust a ...

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Tool Making #1: August 2011 has a couple of tool making related articles

06-07-2011 05:57 PM by WayneC | 6 comments »

Figured I would start a new series related to tool making. I recieved Fine Woodworking yesterday and I noticed that there is an article/video on making and using a simple Scratch stock. This is another one of those items that has been on my build list for a while. Additionally there is an article on how to make a dove tail marker out of brass and some chisels for refining dove tails. The chisels look like they are right up Mads alley. The chisels are made from Hock Marking Knife bl...

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