Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'scroll saw'

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Making A Segmented Ring Without A Lathe / A Step by Step Tutorial

06-07-2009 09:15 PM by scrappy | 35 comments »

Well, I was asked to put together a blog on how I made my segmentd ring. Since I had to make a new one for myself, (first one too small) I thought I would go ahead and do a step by step picture tutorial. My first time ever doing something like this , so hope it comes out OK. Here goes; Wood Selection The first step in making the ring is deciding what woods to use. As we all know, the selection is quite large. One of the most important things is color, but the most important is hardne...

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Wow! My 1st birthday

01-18-2011 06:52 AM by TJ65 | 35 comments »

Wow!It has truly been one big adventure here on LJ’s. It was only because of Mike (Stefang) insistence that I joined LJ’s. And boy am I pleased that I did and he was so persistent. Initially I was mainly interested in making a box for my scrollwork to be displayed betterMy first attempt at finger joints I had done the basics back in high school but I thought all that was long gone from the old grey matter. Apparently woodworking is like riding a bike – you might be a bit rusty but yo...

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basket weave boxes

08-25-2010 11:56 AM by TJ65 | 35 comments »

Ok a little while ago I posted a project that was a box that was made to look like a basket weave. It is very striking to look at if you dont know how it is made and is really easy if you have a scroll saw. A few people were interested in the making of it so here goes- First thing first get yourself a pattern, there are a few books about making basket weave boxes. Or alternately you could make your own. Once you have a pattern- You need two different patterns( look closely as these are...

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Learning Curve #18: Scrollsaw Box

11-28-2007 12:58 AM by MsDebbieP | 34 comments »

With the success of my scrollsaw stars, I decided to get a little more challenging. I found this pattern for a “fern box” online and I used some leftover tongue & groove pine that Rick brought home from his work. Took me 3 hours to complete this stage. oh.. and only 1 scrollsaw blade!! Now THAT’s impressive

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72 note Movement, Music Box #3: "Marquetry", for the Top.

04-22-2011 03:11 AM by Dennis Zongker | 34 comments »

I just finished the practice piece for the top of the music box. The method of marquetry I use is one that I have developed over the years. I used some of the techniques like the boulle technique and the packet method and combined them into what I call, ” the ten step method.” The veneer packet consisted of 8 different veneers and there were a total of 138 individual pieces. I used hot silicon sand for shading certain pieces of the veneers it gives the marquetry a 3D appearan...

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MAKING A WOODEN GEARED CLOCK #1: Getting started, day 1

11-14-2015 10:05 PM by stefang | 33 comments »

I have been wanting to make a wooden geared clock for some time now and I finally got around to buying some plans for one. I bought them from a German named Christopher Blasius from his website Holzmechanik. Sorry about the bad photo. Iphone problem. Reducing the fear factorI wanted to blog the build for fun and for those who have been thinking about building a wooden clock and who would be interested in seeing what is involved and how difficult it might be. This isn’t a tutorial...

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Electrolysis Tank- Clean Your Machine

03-20-2012 01:45 PM by dustbunny | 33 comments »

I have two 1930’s Walker Turner 24” scroll saws I am refurbishing to use in my shop.After days of scrubbing and polishing I thought there had to be an easier way.Found how to build your own electrolysis unit on the web, and made one for large parts yesterday. 55 gal plastic drum- free4×8 sheet of remesh- found with rebar at Home Depot and cut to fit inside barrel1 rebar rod- woven into remesh8 cups Arm and Hammer Washing Soda55 gal of waterCost around $15.00 total Hooke...

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Mustache Mike's Corner #1: Scroll Saw Basics: More than you ever wanted to know about this sweet-sweet machine!

04-20-2013 01:15 PM by StumpyNubs | 33 comments »

Mustache Mike takes over the Stumpy Nubs Workshop for his very first podcast! This time he’s talking scroll saws, and he’s starting with the basics of the basics. A great episode for those thinking of getting into scrollin’; learn about the history of the machine, the different types of scroll saws, and more! Mustache Mike is normally Stumpy’s loyal sidekick on Blue Collar Woodworking. But as an avid scroller and turner, he’s going to be taking his unique tale...

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Metallica autograph frame

03-05-2011 12:38 AM by Stevinmarin | 32 comments »

Here’s my completed Metallica frame for my son’s James Hetfield autograph. What a blast to make a “themed” picture frame! You can read a bit more about its construction here.

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Tip of the day! Use a push stick!

01-17-2013 02:59 PM by OregonBurls | 32 comments »

THE ART OF NOT TAKING A TRIP TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM!Yesterday I awoke out of my daze of admiring a quilted maple block with a shocking sensation and blood everywhere. The dull blade on my bandsaw did not help and using my hands to push the beautiful block through didn’t help either. Simple word of advise which many of you can attest too. Keep your tools sharp and use a push stick! Lets say it all together now! Keep your tools sharp and use a push stick!Keep your tools sharp and ...

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