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The progression of my workshop #1: The Woodmaster 718 - A Story About Craigslist

01-06-2016 11:57 PM by WmWalkerCo | 3 comments »

I made a short film documenting how I found and purchased a Woodmaster 718, UFO DC-101 dust collector, and overhead air filtration for $500. Craigslist can be a really wonderful tool for building your workshop on a budget. You just have to be patient but then be ready to jump on something if it comes up. Watch the story here: The Woodmaster 718 - A Story About Craigslist

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Shop stuff #26: A board of Cherry pt 3

01-01-2016 11:33 PM by JimDaddyO | 0 comments »

Happy New Year! I spent the day editing more video and got part 3 of the essential oil rack done. Designing on the fly and making changes as I go. Still more video to edit so stay tuned! View on YouTube

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Planer cutterhead bearing replacement #3: UPDATE: IT’S ALL FIXED!! HOORAY!

12-28-2015 04:53 AM by lightweightladylefty | 7 comments »

Most important: Thank you to the helpful woodworkers who were kind enough to guide me on this endeavor. You are the ones who gave me the courage to attempt this. I received the order of the bearings last Monday afternoon and proceeded to get them installed without any major problems. I made several jigs to hold things in place while I pressed and pounded the bearings onto the shaft. Here are the bearing pads I first used. I made them to fit on either side and hold the shaft at the ex...

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Shop stuff #22: A board of Cherry

12-22-2015 06:13 PM by JimDaddyO | 0 comments »

The start of building a Christmas present. Getting thing roughed out and thinking about sizes. I opt for hand tool work many aspects and use machines for things I don’t want to take a chance on. There are certain places that the machines are still required. I don’t think I will ever get rid of them and go totally hand tool, but I keep experimenting to build my skills. Also, trying to embed the video for the first time, we will see if it works. View on YouTube

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Butterfly Dining Table #7: Cutting, Sizing and Framing the Top

12-18-2015 12:21 AM by Guy Dunlap | 9 comments »

In this video, I cut the three pieces that make up the top that totals 8’ when fully expanded. I also show how to install the butterfly hinges for the folding extension.Then I cut corners off and prepare the lumber for the solid wood frame along with making a solid “inlay” detail around the entire top. As always, I welcome your questions and comments! To get updates of this build as I go along, please follow me on Instagram – https://instagram.com/guyswoodshop...

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Build cover for my fideer

12-17-2015 09:00 PM by Project of the day | 0 comments »

A trip through my workshop which I use quite a lot of different machines for this construction.For winter I build a snow shelter to my autofedeer on my sawmill. View on YouTube

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Double Single Bed #2: Big Pieces Into Small Pieces

12-16-2015 04:01 PM by ttocsmi | 0 comments »

Well, the SE Michigan weather continues to be more balmy than frozen, so work on the bed frames continues. I’m out of propane now, too. This week I received the bed bolts from Horton Brass ($4.50 each) & placed an order for the box spring fasteners / bed irons ($2.25) and bed bolt covers ($1.85) from Baltimore Hardware. I rough cut, jointed, & thickness planed the pieces for the posts, 2 x long and 2 x short for each bed, from 8/4 red oak. For the first 12 inches, rippin...

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Shelves For My Fishing Room

12-13-2015 11:51 AM by PeteCollin | 0 comments »

Hello All, I have a room dedicated to keeping my fly tying desk and all of my fishing accouterments. It had gotten very untidy in there so I made some sturdy shelves to organize things. I made a video of the process. I invite you to a tour of my man-cave! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nn9HrLaFfvo

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Planer cutterhead bearing replacement #2: The bearing is removed; what next?

12-13-2015 01:45 AM by lightweightladylefty | 8 comments »

PTL! The bearing is finally off! I eventually came to the realization that I should remove the motor to make the remaining parts easier to maneuver. I removed all the bearing beads with no difficulty since the raceway was broken and I had already removed it. To try to keep the shaft centered so that there would be minimal torque on the opposite bearing, I wedged in a small piece of wood. On the underside of the cast housing, there is an indention (that was, no doubt, the only w...

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Cooking Up Woodworking

12-12-2015 06:11 AM by Picken5 | 3 comments »

This video was just too funny not to share. For those that have already seen this, my apologies, but I just couldn’t resist. It was apparently created by Nathan Rench of August Oak Woodworks in Temecula, CA. He said he seemed to always run across recipe videos on facebook, so he decided to have a little fun and created this video. I’ve never seen such a nice box made this way…. Enjoy! Woodworking Recipe

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