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Better Home for Each LumberJock

07-25-2007 11:43 PM by Martin Sojka | 28 comments »

You can finally enjoy the result of my latest work. We got MUCH IMPROVED personal home pages here on the LumberJocks as well as better organization of the profile and account editing. The former personal homes were not visually appealing and displayed only minimal amount of content. On the other hand, new ones have rich 3-column layout with lots of info about you and your activity on LumberJocks. I believe they represent something you can be proud of and are worth sharing with your friends...

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Grandma's Picture Frame #4: Profiles

02-18-2011 04:44 PM by spunwood | 4 comments »

I have finally finished cutting the frame profiles. I decided to make a bunch of small frames, rather than just one. I really like framing, but boy am I dreading the mitering and glue up! But before getting into the mitering (next blog entry), I wanted to show off some of the profiles. The first two pictures are of the frame I took from the plans on the American Woodworker website. I really enjoyed doing that one. I already tried once on a cove frame I cut, a...

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Book Bench #1: The Project & The Legs (profiles)

11-17-2010 07:31 PM by spunwood | 4 comments »

The Project In Mid/Late September a friend of ours mentioned to Stephanie that she was looking for something like a window seat with book shelves/storage…sans window. I jumped at the opportunity to try my hand. I had a plan by William Draper, a PA craftsman from an August 1996 edition of American Woodworker, pg. 32 (off of google). I had been really wanting to try my hand at the bench. I loved the profile, the simple style, and the chance to hone basic skills such as mortise &...

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Carved Skateboards

04-06-2017 02:06 AM by Jack McKee | 4 comments »

cormorant My brother carves skateboards. He seldom shows his work and never promotes it. I think his carvings are incredible and figured some at Lumberjocks would appreciate them too. He uses the adz for major wood removal; you can see the adz marks on many carvings. He makes the adz himself using old plane blades (or rasps) and tree branches. Here is one he made for me. This one was made from a rasp Here are his tools: The smaller carving tools tools he makes from carbon st...

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