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Shopsmith Restoration #6: Stripping and Cleaning

1576 days ago by PG_Zac | 6 comments »

I have spent the last several days down with a nasty bug as did most in our house, so the work slacked off a lot. Anyway – so on to more stripping and starting the cleaning. Here is the inside of the headstock with a bucket of bits..I have found that the speed control sheave assembly needs to be replaced – the wire loop is supposed to be fixed in the end of the shaft with a bearing. Bearing is gone and the wire is near worn through..Headstock completely dismantled and brushed...

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The making of a woodshop #6: Little by little

1577 days ago by JimNEB | 2 comments »

With fair weather this week the boys finished the roof, and started putting soffit up so things are making some progress. In a couple of weeks my nephew is coming to help me wire the project. I’ve been working on a wiring plan so will be making a trip to Menards soon to get all of that. For lighting I’ve got four 8’ double fluorescents and one 4’ that I’m planning on putting up there, I hope that will provide plenty of light for these old eyes. Along with the 2 s...

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Tool Chest #1: How far I got in class

1580 days ago by Rob Drown | 11 comments »

I took Roy Underhill’s hand tool only class on making a tool chest. It was a wonderful class and I learned a great deal. I highly recommend his classes. We learned about many hand tools and built a dovetailed tool chest. In class I finished the chest and only had to assemble it at home because it had to ship knocked down. The lid I am fitting together and should glue it tomorrow night. This is a picture of fitting the first section of skirt on to the top portion of the side....

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New Workbench #1: Getting Started

1580 days ago by michaelray | 1 comment »

I’ve decided to build a new workbench. The sorry thing I’m using now does not really qualify as one. Maybe as an assembly table or work surface, definitley not a real workbench. I’ve posted more details about the decision that led me to build a new bench and choice of materials on my personal blog. —thanks for looking.

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STOVE TOP PHOTOS #2: Hydrostone Scarab tiles

1580 days ago by Dan'um Style | 2 comments »

Hydrostone Tiles and a photo of the original Owens tile. ..

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Not quite in the workshop... #6: Hi ho, Hi ho, it's up to the attic I go!

1580 days ago by dbhost | 8 comments »

So while discussing bills and such over dinner last night, LOML is leafing through the Home Depot sales circular, and finds R30 unfaced fiberglass roll insulation for cheap… More discussion, and I get informed that we WILL be buying the insulation and we are going NOW… (She saw the February electric bill, I HATE having electric heat!)... So I get over to the BORG, grab a flat cart, and wheel back to where the insulation is… I start loading the cart with the 6 roll cases o...

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A journey into the workshop. #53: Lost suction in my dust collector. Something to look out for!

1582 days ago by dbhost | 4 comments »

So I was continuing with my planter box build tonight, and would up thinking, gee the air coming through the quick connect is sort of weak tonight, and I was verified when I made the first pass through the planer and the hose clogged up. Shut the system down, and started tracking down the culprit. It would appear that a single plastic Home Depot Bag got sucked up, somehow made its way past the Thien separator, and up to the cross piece in the impeller grate. Some cleaning was in order, and a ...

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Beefing up the jamb to my new shop door.

1582 days ago by 559dustdesigns | 0 comments »

Here is part two of my attempt at installing a new shop door. I again bought a cheap door and I am doing my best to reinforce the door and jamb from possibly being kicked in. I know this isn’t the most professional job, but I should only have about $150.00 into this project. The new door looks twice as good and is much more secure. In order to reinforce the jamb I first upgraded the strike plate which I showed in blog part 1. http://lumberjocks.com/559dustdesigns/blog/14664Today I f...

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New And Improved Shop!

1582 days ago by Dustmite97 | 1 comment »

I have just finished setting up my own shop and posted some pictures. It is on my workshop page, so feel free to take a look.

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Birger Sandzen Landscape project #4: serial number two Hydrostone ... unframed

1582 days ago by Dan'um Style | 9 comments »

with any luck I’ll make a lil’ frame for this tomorrow or the next …..base coat is Krylon Pebble … a light sandy brown.. Serial number 2 ... second Hydro-stone tile made in the urethane rubber concrete mold ...

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