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Workshop Re-Do

04-21-2009 01:18 PM by robbinscabin | 6 comments »

Hi all, I’ve been very quiet recently so I wanted to give a little update as to what I’ve been doing. As you all know, I make carved screen doors primarily. Because the doors measure 36×80 this does require a bit of shop space for negotiating the door. That shouldn’t be a problem considering my shop is my 28×40 basement but….If you’ve ever worked in the basement you know that it has a whole series of problems including no windows, shabby lighting ...

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Solo exhibition and private website

02-06-2010 11:31 PM by Dilo Marcio Fernandino | 17 comments »

Dear Lumberjocks, It all started in January 2009 when I published a first woodworking article in Wood News Online magazine of Highland Woodworking store, from Atlanta, USA. After that one I wrote three more articles, whose readers suggested me to join the Lumberjocks website. The warm reception and effusive support that I received from woodworkers around the world encouraged me to submit an exhibition proposal to my social club in Belo Horizonte, Brazil (Minas Tenis Clube — a very impor...

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Woodworking For Therapy #11: No Saw Dust This Week, But..........

01-31-2014 01:50 AM by Steve Kreins | 8 comments »

Physically this has been a rough week. My Oral Chemo Medicine (which I prefer to call my poison) has kicked my pew warmer pretty hard. Or as we say in Texas, it put a can of whoop butt on me. Actually more like a 55 gallon drum than a can, but…............. like the Apostle Paul said, “I’ve learned to be content in whatever state I find myself in.” Of course Paul had never been to California, but that’s another story. I may not have made any saw dust but woodw...

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Shop stuff #116: Modding pipe clamps with built in cauls.

02-11-2018 02:42 AM by JimDaddyO | 0 comments »

When doing glue ups, it’s always hard to manipulate the clamp, plus the cauls, plus keep everything aligned. This helps with that if you work in a shop alone. I made them a bit wider too so it helps the clamp with stability when on a bench too. An easy project from pieces I had around the shop. View on YouTube

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shop remodel #3: Clutter has to go!

09-13-2015 03:22 AM by Woodpecker23 | 2 comments »

I am in the middle of building a kitchen table (which if you would like to see the progress on that I do have a blog on that too). I am absolutely tired of the clutter and have to constantly pull out one saw from the clutter and put it back to use another tool… driving me NUTS! So here are a few examples of the craziness I’m talking about… As you can see it has gotten way out of hand with the stacks of scrap and just…. grrr I am getting irritated jus...

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Four-Poster Captain's Bed #1: Introduction to where I am & what I'm doing

09-15-2015 07:41 PM by RobII | 0 comments »

Just got engaged a few months ago and promised my bride-to-be a hand-made captain’s bed (you know, drawers underneath the mattress platform) with corner posts and a canopy with a mirror. Found out they don’t use glass, but it’s still reflective – so it’s OK. Thought I’d start with turned posts and mixed species to give the bed some “character” instead of the much more common square or built-up posts and all the same wood – bleah! Got ...

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Woodworking Magazine Went Pro!

01-11-2008 10:24 PM by Olaf Gradin | 8 comments »

For those of you who know Chris Schwarz and the quaint little magazine he’s been producing for a number of years now, you’ll be excited to know that Woodworking Magazine is now available via subscription. They have no advertisements and are packed full with expert technique, plans, and editorials. I couldn’t find the magazine locally, so I bought electronic editions online. Now I’ll be getting one of the better magazines known to the craft 4 times a year. I shoul...

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View Bob Casey's profile

looking for which woodcraft magazine had an article.

11-26-2015 01:40 PM by Bob Casey | 3 comments »

I have searched all morning a couple of years ago woodcraft magazine had a project building a tray using an Incra build it modular jig looking for which magazine article is in so if I can’t find i can hopefully order in their back issues. thank you for your help

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final project #1: Still thinking

04-24-2015 02:34 PM by Kaleb670 | 1 comment »

So I need a easy project for my final project. Can you guys help me get a project to do. So I don’t fail. Thanks

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Contemplating doing some local shows, or maybe e-bay...

06-20-2010 07:19 PM by sandt38 | 5 comments »

Last year (July 2009) I was diagnosed with stage 4 (terminal) colon cancer. I had metastasis to my liver and lymph nodes. The doctors told me to get my final affairs in order, and that I might not live through the end of the year. Well, clearly I have managed to stay here a bit longer then expected. Thanks to the good Lord for providing me with the people I needed to beat the cancer back, and the attitude that was required to help it all come together. I was told by my oncologist that there w...

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