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Dining table inspired by the Greene & Greene Thorsen table #13: Final Table Edge Routing

05-29-2017 10:55 PM by TungOil | 3 comments »

With the table edges assembled, the next step is the final pattern routing of the outside profile. I route the final shape after the edges are assembled to be sure the ellipse is smooth and continuous. I start by leveling any minor misalignment between the edges with an 80 grit disk on the random orbit sander. The assembled table top is about 1/16” larger than the outside pattern to allow for the final shaping. I use a solid carbide spiral upcut bit to get the smoothest finis...

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Minimax CUn410 elite #1: Jointer, Planer, Mortise, Table saw

05-18-2017 12:28 AM by Minimax | 3 comments »

For Sale: Minimax CU410 Elite Combination Machine Great shape, loaded with extras, used 2006 Minimax CU410 Elite Combination Machine. It is 5 machines in one, great for small shops and has three independent 4.8 hp motors powering a sliding table saw, shaper, jointer, planer, and mortise. It includes: • Digital-Mechanical readout on planer height, shaper spindle tilt and height, saw tilt• 12” main saw blade w/independently adjustable scoring unit• Double trunnions on both saw and shaper ...

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A Small Carving Bench

05-16-2017 07:31 PM by ShaunMeighan | 0 comments »

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Table Saw Station #1: Framing

05-16-2017 01:48 AM by Brazz04 | 0 comments »

I have been planning a table saw station to combine my saw, router, and a downdraft table into one area in my garage workshop. After a lot of planning on SketchUp, I finally got around to building it. First I started by framing the station up from the plans I had come up with. Once completed, I will add dust collection as well as electrical for each area of the station. The casters are under the table now but I have plans to make a caster system that will let me raise and lower the statio...

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Mongo: my first real workbench #8: Joinery: working out the legs

05-10-2017 02:58 PM by TheRiflesSpiral | 2 comments »

Mongo’s legs are by far the most complex pieces, except perhaps the vices. They are responsible, obviously, for holding up the table surface but also for tying in the aprons and supporting the lower shelf. Clearances have to be made for the outermost ribs and bonus: there are no 90° cuts! Yay! But this is why I made the gauge in update 6 and it was used extensively. First step was to establish the top of the tenon at the correct angle. This is a through cut but I don’t have ...

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ATTN OKLAHOMA WOODWORKERS!!

05-10-2017 02:49 PM by Jace McDaniel | 0 comments »

So I noticed after looking on Facebook that there were no woodworking guilds in Oklahoma that I could fine so I’ve made a Facebook page titled woodworkers Guild of Oklahoma basically just because a lot of other states have a guild and my hopes are to build some networking and make some relationships with some other woodworkers locally because to be quite honest I don’t have but one friend who is a woodworker and he can’t do anything right now because of a personal injury. ...

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Shop stuff #91: Tool Chest Pt 4

05-03-2017 12:00 PM by JimDaddyO | 0 comments »

I finally get the drawers done and installed. Put the faces and handles on them and some finish. I even get some organisers made and start loading it up. View on YouTube

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Dining table inspired by the Greene & Greene Thorsen table #10: Gluing Up and Pattern Routing the Table Halves

05-01-2017 01:20 AM by TungOil | 6 comments »

With my four leaves glued up it is time to move to the elliptical table halves. Each half consists of seven boards and is 35” wide. With so many glue joints to align I break the glue up into two parts. First I glue up four boards, and after that assembly is dry I add the remaining three adjacent boards to complete one half of the table top. A little cleanup with a belt sander levels the glue joints, then I switch to the ROS with an 80 grit disk to clean up the belt sande...

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Table Saw Modifications #6: Router Table Enclosure: Part 3 - Hardware and Electrical

04-28-2017 04:13 PM by TrentDavis | 0 comments »

This is Part 3 of a tutorial for building an enclosure for the router lift I added to the extension table on a SawStop table saw. Check it out here:http://trentdavis.net/2017/04/28/table-saw-modification-router-table-enclosure-part-3-hardware-and-electrical/

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NETWORK AND EXPAND! #1: NETWORKING IN OUR COMMUNITY*MUST READ*

04-24-2017 11:43 AM by Jace McDaniel | 0 comments »

Hey guys i just thought I’d talk about the importance of networking with each other in the woodworking/maker community. Social media is a HUGE platform to show your work and meet other woodworkers all over the world( i think we all know this) but i just wanted to share my usernames for my platforms in hopes you guys could give me a follow and ill return the favor. Its all about growth and i have a dream of making this my way of living and you wouldn’t know how much it would help m...

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