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Oak Storage Bench #3: The Joinery

02-05-2016 08:18 PM by ThomasLightle | 0 comments »

I decided not to narrate this one. I think the video speaks for itself. This is all the rail and stile joinery I did for the frame of the bench. Nothing revolutionary here, but I did summarize the mistakes I made at the end of the video.Enjoy! Oak Storage Bench Part Three: The Joinery

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Cocobolo and Leopardwood Table : Process pics. #4: Apron Frame & Front Rail Joinery

02-04-2016 07:51 PM by jeth | 4 comments »

Hello all (echo,o,o,o) several hundred “reads”, no comments, so either you’re all riveted to your seats awaiting the next installment, or that’s several hundred open page, scroll down a bit, go read something more interesting. Not wanting to leave this half way through I shall proceed with the upper aron frames and front rail joinery. The apron panels were to be framed with pieces of leopardwood. Here you can see the top pieces which are grooved to fit onto a rabbe...

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Oak Storage Bench #1: Introduction

01-27-2016 04:59 PM by ThomasLightle | 0 comments »

This is part one of ??? following my build of an oak storage bench. I chose oak because I am trying to match a client’s cabinets. She needed a specific size and functionality, so in this video, I go over my Sketchup model and explain how I plan on building this project.Enjoy! Oak Storage Bench Part One: Introduction

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Walnut Hall Tree #3: Frame and Panel Back

06-16-2014 06:03 PM by DavidH | 3 comments »

In this episode I take you step by step through the building of the frame and panel back. We cover setting up the rail and stile router bits, sizing the panels, and cleaning it all up. http://www.justsquareenough.com/2014/06/walnut-hall-tree-part-3.html

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Building a Dr. White's Chest #7: Raised Panel Doors

05-06-2013 11:24 AM by DustyMark | 2 comments »

Raised Panel DoorsBuilding a set of raised panel doors might seem like a daunting process. However, it’s simply a sequence of steps that, granted, use most of the tools in a serious hobbyist’s wood shop. Wood movement is an issue here since the panel grain runs perpendicular to the grain of the top and bottom rails of the door frame. Watch this video to see how to build a raised panel door in one 25-minute video. This blog entry also includes links to eight individual videos that highligh...

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Cope & Stick

01-19-2013 12:27 PM by bigchopperoo | 7 comments »

Since I did a video how to fit inset doors, I thought maybe I should take a step backwards and show how to make a simple cope and stick cabinet door. Hope you enjoy the video, especially the ending.:-)

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Woodworking Accessories Alternatives #1: Inexpensive Aluminum T-Tracks!

01-28-2011 05:35 PM by steliart | 16 comments »

Woodworking Accessories Alternatives Inexpensive Aluminum T-Tracks! Getting woodworking accessories in a country that woodworking is not a common hobby – actually there are no woodworkers here just cabinet makers – even the simplest things have to be imported and off course you have to wait for them. Importing things from US by the time they arrive here the price number is doubled and that number is in euro now. Importing from UK is cheaper but not always they h...

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Bowling Alley Workbench #8: Recap - some mistakes, some saves, and a finished base.

07-16-2009 09:22 PM by PurpLev | 12 comments »

After last week’s ongoing progress, it felt a bit slow this week (which it is), but I did have some things I wanted to share, and also was able to finish the base with 3 coats of BLO which is what I’m going to keep on it for conditioning the wood, and protecting it from moisture. Mistake #1: Drawboring to the wrong side (cringe) 2 legs on each side of the base are connected together using 2 short rails. The top one is using a sliding dovetail, while the lower one uses M&T. ...

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