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Arts and Crafts Style Panel Bed #2: Making the posts - through mortises made easy

1890 days ago by John Nixon | 7 comments »

The 4th and 5th installment in the Arts and Crafts Panel Bed video series has been released! If you are intimidated by the through mortise and tenon joint, you should check out the latest videos. I’ll show you a method to make perfectly sized and spaced mortises without a mortising machine or router. For measured drawings and in-process pictures, you can visit the project page at Eagle Lake Woodworking:http://www.eaglelakewoodworking.com/post/Arts-and-Crafts-Bed-Stickley-Panel-Be...

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Arts and Crafts Style Panel Bed #1: Panels, Rails & Stiles for the Frame and Panel Construction

1910 days ago by John Nixon | 8 comments »

I’m working on building an Arts and Crafts style Panel bed. The bed is inspired by the Stickley Bed pictured below. There’s three videos in the series so far, and I hope to have more out soon. The quartersawn white oak grain on this wood I have looks really good in person, and I’m excited to see the bed come together. For measured drawings and in-process pictures, you can visit the project page at Eagle Lake Woodworking:http://www.eaglelakewoodworking.com/post/Arts-and...

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Craftsman Dining Room Set - In The Beginning...

1951 days ago by CaptainSkully | 3 comments »

Due to my ignorance with LJ blogging, the next installment is here. So, I’ve got my girlfriend’s permission to start working on our new dining room set. I’ve done a ton of research, and for me, Schroeder hit the nail right on the head. He’s been extremely helpful with suggestions, suggested reading, and tool purchases to make the process go smoother. I will build his table. I’m still researching the chairs, but the Rodel chair is high in the running. I...

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finally getting close to the finishing room ...

1974 days ago by kordwood | 9 comments »

I’ve been working on a big Stickley designed double bookcase for way too long, but I’m closing in on it now. Finally put the tongue-and-groove back boards on, all the shelves are done (middle shelves are fixed, top and bottom shelves adjustable … it was too tall for me to get a full top to bottom shot, so you can’t see all the shelves in this pic), it’s all glued up and ready for some final sanding. It’s coming out fairly well, if I do say so myself.But it&...

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Video Journey - Oak Dovetailed Blanket Chest

2493 days ago by John Nixon | 13 comments »

I recently finished a dovetailed blanket chest as a wedding gift for my good friend. I think it came out pretty nice. I was able to get it into his house while he was away on his honeymoon. He and his new bride really loved it! It’s a great feeling knowing that they will have this gift and cherish it forever. I made a video about the entire process.Here’s a link to the video. Check it out, and leave a comment telling me what you think:http://www.eaglelakewoodworking.com/post...

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Arts and Crafts Style Pool Table - Video Series #5: Corbels for the leg system

2588 days ago by John Nixon | 5 comments »

A couple of weeks ago I Blogged for help here at LumberJocks (Link Here) with what size / shape /scale to make the corbels for the Pool Table. It was a great discussion and also a nice collaborative process with all who participated. There’s a great group of woodworkers from all skill levels here, and it was nice to hear to various viewpoints. The corbels are finished, and I think they came out great. The next installment in the video series covers the design and construction of t...

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Arts and Crafts Style Pool Table - Video Series #4: Veneering the feet - good looking and secretly functional

2609 days ago by John Nixon | 8 comments »

This 11 minute video focuses on techniques for applying and trimming veneer. The video centers on the feet for the leg columns. The hollow foot will lend a substantial look to the bottom of the columns, and at the same time, the foot collar will conceal any shims underneath the columns that may be necessary to level the legs. This video covers: The design of the feet. Application of veneer without a vacuum bag. Various methods for flush trimming veneer. The quartersawn white oak v...

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Arts and Crafts Style Pool Table - Video Series #3: The world's first foot-activated motorized router lift for router table mortising

2609 days ago by John Nixon | 3 comments »

This 11 minute video focuses on mortising on the Router Table. The primary joinery method for the leg system for the Arts and Crafts pool table is Loose Tenon Joinery. This video covers: Motorized Router Lift Router table mortising. Loose Tenon Joinery. The efficiency and accuracy with which my setup cuts mortises is showcased in this video. The mortising operation possible with my motorized router lift setup rivals that of expensive dedicated mortising machines. For more info...

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Arts and Crafts Style Pool Table - Video Series #2: The verticals slats - cool way to hide sheet goods!

2609 days ago by John Nixon | 1 comment »

This 10 minute video focuses on the cross members and vertical slats that make up the legs for the Arts and Crafts pool table. The cross members are constructed using various lamination techniques, and the vertical slats are constructed with the help of the edge band bit on the router table. This video covers: Laminating basics Pattern Routing to make duplicate parts. Setup and use of the edge band bit set. The thick cross members and vertical slats compliment the columns created in ...

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Arts and Crafts Style Pool Table - Video Series #1: The massive leg columns

2609 days ago by John Nixon | 2 comments »

This 10 minute video focuses on the columns that make up the leg system for the Arts and Crafts pool table. The hollow columns are constructed using the Lock Miter bit on the router table. The video covers: An introduction to the pool table leg design. Setup and use of the lock miter bit A special treatment for the outside corner of the columns. Although constructed from quartersawn white oak plywood, the columns take on the look of a solid timber because of the corner chamfer treatment. ...

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