My son is an accomplished jazz guitarist, having minored in music, playing every day several hours for 10+ years, and doing occasional jigs in NYC where he lives. I promised a hand-made personalized guitar for his graduation present. Now I’m going to make for him a Klein copy travel guitar. I found some plans online here by Eric Olds and here. I redrew them myself in sketchup because my son has certain specifications for the hardware that require laying out the neck/body conne...
I am in the process of building two baptismal fonts. One for a chapel for the Presbyterian Center in Louisville and one for my local congregation. I’m a theologian by training and a woodworker for fun. I sort of stumbled into these projects. This will be a long process, and I’ll try to keep up some blog entries, but it will a bit irregular. I’m starting with the one for my local congregation. Here is the basic model I am working with: I need to make some chang...
https://youtu.be/Gwalim1cQJc In this video I talk about my new tools nail gun lathe chuck and a few more bits and also my future table saw build.More videos coming soon ! My stickers Free HERE http://goo.gl/zfdVi5
Hello everyone,Just uploaded a new video. In this video we build our take on the Krenov hand plane.Here is a link to the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uj_TDPuc49g
Hello everyone, Check out this weeks shop update to see whats been happening in our shop. We discuss the tool cabinet and future project ideas. Here is a link to the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdkqV23PG6w
View on YouTube It’s been a busy week in the shop! After the live update, I glued up the front and back together. With that complete, I focused my attention on the rockers. Thank you to Paul Lemiski of Canadian Woodworks for messaging with me about screws and epoxy. You can check out his awesome Maloof Style Rocking Chairs here: http://www.canadianwoodworks.com or his YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/CanadianWoodworks Want to know more?Visit the website http://www.mmwood...
Got to get this thing done! Spent the whole day, fixing the door with a handplane. Added cleats to hold a floor Then cut and install a couple floor boards Didn’t have enough plywood. Planks are 1/2”. Screwed in place,but no glue. Got the corner blocks all installedI can then cut slotted holes. Just drill a hole in center of the block, then rock the drill back and forth towards the sides. This allows the top to expand and contract as it wants. A single screw in ...
There is no such thing as a bad router, There are basically two types of routers, plunge routers, and fixed/stationary base, and ok i lied sorta of, the optional combo fixed router with a plunge base. Which one do you need? That really depends on what you are using it for, Myself i have three routers, i have my fixed base in my router table, i have my plunge router that i use in conjunction with a jig for cross grain dado’s then my other fixed base router for no other reason than it w...
OK here is part 2 and the part I found most interesting .I hope you looked at part 1 which was about the basic construction method .The color part was what puzzled me and I am surprised that no one besides Paul had a guess .I am showing the pictures in reverse order and at the last picture it will all make sense .This is the finished BUTTERFLY Here you can see the accessories ,pipe cleaner ,plastic wire ,fridge magnet .floral sprays which I colored black and these are held on with glue and...
View on YouTube In this quick tip I talk about using a foam backing pad with your random orbital sander on curved parts. The pad follows the contours of the piece and prevents flat spots from occurring. Mirka Interface Sanding Pad: http://amzn.to/1dG5A5f Want to know more?Visit the website http://www.mmwoodstudio.com/Follow the shop on Instagram http://instagram.com/mmwoodstudioLike us on Facebook http://facebook.com/mmwoodstudioSubscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/...
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