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Lee and Shelley's Wet Bar #4: Phase III Doors and Drawer Fronts

03-31-2014 07:16 PM by MT_Stringer | 5 comments »

With the face frames built, it was time to build the raised panel doors and the drawer fronts. I used the Freud rail and stile bit set to do the cope and stick profile cutting. Then I used a Freud raised panel bit to make the raised panels. I used a Bosch 1617 router in a router table, slowed it down to it’s slowest speed and made several passes until I got the final result I was looking for. The drawer fronts have flat panels made of maple ply. Gluing up two at a time. ...

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Workshop Projects #4: Work shop Clock

03-24-2014 08:47 AM by Serradura | 4 comments »

Video on the workshop clock and a little update on the workshop.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIeNeLpWtQA

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Building a Ultimate Work Table. #9: Workbench build #9

03-22-2014 10:43 AM by revieck | 1 comment »

The 9th video about building my workbench. Designed by Allan Little (AskWoodMan) http://youtu.be/gm78gphlc-8

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Pin Router Jig

03-21-2014 08:47 PM by Dave Rutan | 6 comments »

A while ago I put up a project where I made some straight wooden track, compatible with Brio and Learning Curve (Thomas) track. Since then, I have kept in the back of my mind how I might easily and cheaply make curved track, switches, and more easily form the male and female ends (without buying expensive, specialized router bits.) I believe I have found the answer. A pin router jig. I first learned about these from a video by Jim Steinbrecher, and later by a much clearer and concise ...

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Router Table by Julie #7: Completing the Drawers

03-21-2014 05:40 PM by ~Julie~ | 9 comments »

After getting the switch installed in the top “drawer” area, I needed then to make two drawers below that, on the left hand side. I had two drawers that were part of an old entertainment unit that we threw out. I kept some parts including two drawers as well as drawer slides. The drawers were too wide for my router table: So, I taped the drawer slides into the cabinet and measured the width I would need for my drawers to fit: Then I cut the drawer, allowing for the side ...

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Kitchen Shelf: Step By Step #1: The support units

03-19-2014 08:15 PM by Greg Guarino | 2 comments »

We have more kitchen stuff than fits in our cabinets. We decided that a really large shelf could serve to hold some of the nicer-looking pieces, opening up room for the more utilitarian stuff behind closed doors. This started as a simple, innocent slab of wood on some store-bought brackets, but got waylaid in the design process. :) Here’s the design It’s big, about 94” long by 12” deep. It also incorporates two techniques I haven’t tried before (I’...

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Poplar shoe rack #3: Cutting the joinery

03-19-2014 08:09 PM by JSOvens | 6 comments »

Welcome back everyone! It is now time to begin the exciting part of the project. In the first post of this series, I showed my plan for this project, which contains a total of 82 half-lap joints. I don’t have a dado stack at this time (and I am not so sure I would want to put one on my current saw), and my router table is too small to realistically cut the half-laps on the larger pieces. So what I have decided to do is to ‘gang’ several like pieces together and cut the half-...

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Cherry sideboard #5: Carcass and drawers

03-18-2014 05:05 PM by SFDCapt | 2 comments »

Well it has been a few weeks since any update on this project. Between work schedule, family and, kidney stones I got a little behind. Anyway here is the latest on the Stickley sideboard. I managed to get the two side panels made and glued to the legs, as we saw in the last installment of this blog. Then I used some birch plywood to make the back and bottom of the drawer area. I went with the plywood for two reasons. First being the stability and second the ease of use. These two pie...

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Ebay Auction: School liquidation Woodworking Machines,Tools and More.

03-17-2014 03:49 AM by LoriF | 0 comments »

*http://www.ebay.com/sch/interschola/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=* Baltimore, Southern Ca. N.Y.Local Pick-Up Only. No Shipping 1961 CROWN SCHOOL BUS CONVERTED TO BAND BUS DIESEL. Rust Hunt in Style $899.00

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Plow plane restore

03-12-2014 09:34 PM by bandit571 | 3 comments »

Have cleaned the body’s sides of old nasty varnish. Using just a hand plane set as fine as I could set it. and then flattened to sole with a #78 rebate plane. Seems the was a LOT of wear and tear near the front Now, it is all flat and square to the skate. Skate has been ccleaned up a bit. It will remain on the plane, since things might move a bit if it comes off. Fence was also cleaned up, to remove all the old varnish. The rods had a problem, though. Both had spl...

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