Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'sanding'

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Small Shop Adventures #7: Working Hard and Hello Winter.

11-16-2014 03:43 PM by BrockF | 1 comment »

(Note: This blog is the most current, as of November 16. It should be #8.)* Hello winter. We have snow on the ground but nothing like to the north in Wisconsin. Still, timing is everything. I have spent the time between my last blog and now racing the weather to complete the bench and get shop ready for the car to come back. If I had one of those little compacts this would be no big deal, likewise a large garage. But the car is a Durango and the shop is only 18×20. And my pl...

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Wood fill experiments. #1: I'll keep trying

11-11-2014 03:48 AM by MarkTheFiddler | 13 comments »

Howdy, I’m trying to fill knotholes and such with different methods. I’ve seen the beautiful turquoise and metallic fills that just take my breath away. I believe I might be able to do those with the right materials. I will say that some of the work to make my own copper shavings is out of the cards. Turquoise fill is far more likely. Any metallic dust will be purchased. Still I choose to experiment instead of going with the tried and true methods. Here is my first. ...

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Repairing a hammer handle and refinishing a couple items

11-08-2014 05:02 AM by cpine | 0 comments »

It was one of those days where I was between projects and had several smaller things to get done. I had this older coffee table that really needed some attention nd the wife had placed it on our back porch. I guess she was tired of waiting for me to “get to it” So I refinished the top. I had an older cheap hammer that had a loose head, so I fixed that. I bought a yankee screwdriver at a garage sale and the handle was in bad shape. It is a wood handle and at first I thought about t...

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Tales of a Hack #1: What kind of day has it been?

11-03-2014 09:44 AM by ajw1978 | 1 comment »

The last time I sat down and shared my insane ramblings, I was giddy with excitement over a very small, very simple trophy I was working on. It was so simple, in fact, that the only tools it required were a drill and a sander. And it turned out great—except for the actual inscription, which arrived at the wrong size and I had create something temporary. I threw a few pictures up of the final product, but I’ll be adding something to the Project Section soon. In the meantime&...

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Super-Sander See Through Sanding Wheels

10-31-2014 08:05 PM by BigFoot Products Canada | 1 comment »

Finally an AFFORDABLE See-Through Sanding Wheel for all woodworkers Available at: BigFoot Products Canada Super-SanderAmazing See Through Sanding Wheels Pre-Bonded Both Sides With High Quality Sandpaper Clog Resistant Simple Setup No Gluing Or Positioning Necessary Use On A Drill Press Or Electric Drill IDEAL FOR: Sharpening Cutting Tools & Chisels Slotted Wheel Helps Keep Metal Cool Cleaning Up Scroll Saw Patterns Quickly Smooth The Edges Of Wood Pieces...

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Ceiling Hung, Folding Sheet Storage Rack #4: Got the Storage Rack Ready to be Hung from the Ceiling

10-29-2014 02:21 AM by Dirk Van Essendelft | 4 comments »

I have been waiting for parts to actually do the hanging, but over the last couple weeks, I got the frame ready and had time to get the video update put together. Check it out:

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The Masters Slave #2: Plan & Design

10-06-2014 08:12 PM by Obed | 1 comment »

Not being the most creative and obviously skilled I have taken up a huge project that I am hoping will make things functional and smooth for every project to come. I recently acquired a Dewalt planer DW 733 and a DW 745 for 350.00 in great condition from a close friend. My hope and plan is to do right by him and use them until they die or I die. The goal a large “L” shaped work station that will house a table saw area, compound miter station, planing section, router station and ...

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Buffing option using a spindle sander #1: converting paint roller sleeves to buffers

10-06-2014 06:49 PM by luv2learn | 13 comments »

My latest edition of ShopNotes featured a tip sent in by a reader for buffing parts. Notice that he used his 1 1/2” Φ hole saw as a mount for a section of paint roller sleeve. I tried this and it will work, but me being me, I wondered if this would work better if the section of roller were mounted over the 1 1/2” Φ rubber drums of both my Rigid spindle sander and the small drum of my drill mounted drum. Since these drums expand the sleeves would not slip while buffing. ...

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Wanted, Feedback From My Fellow Lumberjocks

10-02-2014 10:47 PM by luv2learn | 16 comments »

Some of you may be wanting to know where I have been since my last project post in June. Well, I have been on a journey of sorts and I am not at the end of it yet. Many of you will remember my experiment with building furniture out of OSB particularly the rocker. It was during this build that I realized that of all the sanders I owned, I didn’t have one sander that was uniquely suited to finishing the various concave radii and transitions of the rocker. I had a set of the smal...

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Morris style glider #3: Cutlist 2.0

09-18-2014 08:48 PM by Orange008 | 0 comments »

After putting together my cutlist, I called up the lumber yard that I am getting the material from. They emailed me the latest price list for all their products. Seeing that you are charged extra for boards wider than 8”, I decided that going back to the cutlist to reorganize the pieces on 8” wide may benefit me. I had too much room left over on 9” wide pieces anyway, so fitting them onto 8” worked well (below), and I actually had less waste. I didn’t even hav...

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