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a bathroom cabinet / sideboard

02-22-2008 09:31 PM by KDL | 2 comments »

I thought it was high time I did a more detailed post. It’s not exactly blogesque, but at least it’s not clogging up the main projects with details. This goes with the cabinet I just posted on the projects page. Enjoy. This bathroom cabinet/sideboard was a house-warming present for a friend’s oddly-shaped full bathroom. At least, that’s what she thinks. I think it was a great excuse to use up some wood I had lying around, and a chance to try several things for the fi...

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Oak And Mahogany Door Knob

06-06-2014 09:14 PM by Woodworker_Collins | 0 comments »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLWIcCC-kBQIf you enjoy please Subscribe!

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found a book

12-25-2011 10:23 PM by Mike R. | 9 comments »

Here I am at my folks house in mass my stepdad came across a few books in the basement from his late uncle that worked for the navy base in newport rhode island his whole life. Lucky for us they are still here. He gave it to me as a christmas gift of sorts.check it out !

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My shop #2: Cabinet system for the Shop

06-03-2012 11:28 PM by sandhill | 2 comments »

Sorry this is so longNow that all the electric is done, insulation, walls up and painted I can move onto the essentials. This will be two cabinets with six draws opposite each other and where you see the router lift will be a box set back about 16” I will put a box with a dust port on the back that will hook into the table saws dust port with a blast gate for when I use the saw as well as one for the router. In front of the router just under the top will be a 11” wide by 12...

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Updated Shop Tour!

10-28-2013 10:47 PM by Woodworker_Collins | 3 comments »

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Walnut Slabs #1: Today I purchased two georgous walnut slabs and sanded to a smooth surface

01-04-2015 08:00 AM by Rob Drown | 3 comments »

Today I was at a friends shop learning how to do a polished finish as part of an apprenticeship program of The Sierra Nevada Fine Furniture Makers Guild and ended up purchasing and sanding down these two amazing walnut slabs. Now I have to figure out what exactly to do with them. I think the first one is going to become my apprenticeship project. I am thinking the slab will be a tabletop with continuous grain apron and a center drawer. Not sure about the legs.

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Back Burner projects

04-14-2009 04:43 AM by Demowen | 1 comment »

Howdy everyone, I thought I’d post a few projects that I’ve had to put on the back burner for a while. The first one is on the back burner simply because I’m not sure what to do with it! If you folks have any ideas on what to do with it, I’d love to hear it! This is a solid oak hand hewn barn beam that is about 5 or so feet tall. I don’t want to make a bench out of it. I think it should be a centerpiece someday. I’d make a manltle but I don’t ...

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A Custom Furniture Scheme

11-13-2013 12:58 PM by Stephen Mines | 5 comments »

My furniture business (Stephen Mines Custom, No. Hollywood, CA,) did routinely build totally custom furniture, but the mainstay that paid the bills and made the business a financial success was a LINE of custom furniture. Yeah, I know, sounds like a contradiction, but really wasn’t. Averaging round 30-40 pieces (Country French, English, Early American) my catalog allowed the customer or their designer/decorator to order to their specific dimensions, distress preference (including none) ...

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Commisions #13: money box #2

10-23-2008 12:58 AM by teenagewoodworker | 4 comments »

So i finally got some work done today on my box. first i started by making the bottom. because i am using thick material for the sides i wanted to add some rigidness to the box so it is a 1/2” thick poplar bottom and i did the bevel with a hand plane. rather than set up machinery or anything. then it was time to focus on the dividers. these are hard because they are very thin stock and to get them good they have to fit right. so what i did was cut them and did almost what resembl...

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Path To A New Workshop #5: Drawer Shelf & Shelf

12-26-2014 05:44 AM by Vactet | 1 comment »

This part of the project was huge and, not to totally plug a product, but thank god for a Kreg Jig. So first up the center-line rear leg, a 2×10, was installed (pics showing it later on in this post). Then the main 2×4 support of the shelf was installed…after a problem. When I built the legs, I used bolts to provide superior holding power. One of these bolts, on each leg, turned out to be problematic. They were sticking out the inside of the bench a bit too far. Some cut...

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