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Using a Router and Hand Tools to Shape a Seat.

01-10-2018 04:51 PM by davemoorefurniture | 3 comments »

I’ve used routers many times to do the bulk removal of wood when shaping a solid seat. But, I’ve never done it totally freehand like I do in this video. In the past I’ve made large patterns that a router-on-sled would follow with a collar. Each subsequent pattern requires a different depth of cut and what you end up with is something that reminds me of the tiers of a quarry that undulate along the natural path of the topography, concentrically. It really makes you fe...

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Octave Mandolin #15: Making the Octave Mandoli Ebony Fretboard

01-09-2018 04:25 AM by Gbluee | 1 comment »

For those of you who follow the Octave Mandolin build, This is the latest video in the playlist… Check it out!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_qVYiysP0k&t=2s

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Large variety of exotic hardwoods and wood working tools. Free for my fellow LJocks

12-27-2017 05:46 AM by kiara583 | 19 comments »

Helped a friend move from large house with fully equipped woodworking shop to a smaller home. The overwhelming task of packing a 3500 sq ft house plus shop was difficult. Ran out of storage room so everything else was to be thrown out. Thought it would be a shame to throw it away so I spent a week hoping someone would appreciate this treasure. Will post more pictures. Turning tools, large dust collector, drill press, saws etcs. Could sell but would rather share. I only have time invested ...

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An Attempt to Replicate a Simple Tool Box

12-13-2017 03:46 AM by GLowz | 3 comments »

What I thought would be a simple little project has now turned out to be anything but simple. My thoughts were to reproduce an old tool box of mine and give it to my son as a gift. He always loved that old box, as did I, but since it has been in my possession he has only been able to view it from afar. At first glance I saw that it was thin with mitered corners, old hinges and a simple hook and eye latch. As I began to reconstruct the box I noticed that this wasn’t just handmade dove...

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How I built the Timber frame Staircase

12-11-2017 05:13 PM by BenhamDesign | 0 comments »

You can watch it be built on YouTube Or read about it below I built this timber frame staircase from reclaimed beams that came from another client’s house a few miles up the road. The beams use to support a pergola, that was torn down during their remodel. We templated the area where the stairs where going to go and brought it back to the shop and premade them. The install was fairly straightforward as they were already in assembled in sections. All that was left was to put them in ...

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Make a Shaving Horse | Hand tools | Part 1

11-22-2017 11:48 AM by Daniel Solowiej | 6 comments »

How to make a shaving horse, as my way … Enjoy with me this peaceful process and take the time to have fun in all steps. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EB7RZthZPZY I really hope you like this video, and if so, you share it with others on your social networks, like and comment. All it’s free, quick, and much appreciated by me, because that give me willingness to continue doing. Also if you aren’t subscribed, please do it, is free and guaranty you don’t miss my...

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Underway again...finally #11: Pro Football day - some progress in wood and football

11-20-2017 12:51 AM by JohnTM | 1 comment »

Let’s get the “big deal” out of the way first. After a shaky first 3 quarters, we pulled it out in the last couple of minutes. My team now has 8 wins in a row! Geaux Saints! Whew. With that taken care of, I did a bit of work both before and after the game. Before the game, I worked on strengthening the table saw stand and raising its height to what it should have been yesterday. Nothing major skill-wise. Just the usual “do and re-do” process for me as I futz m...

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Octave Mandolin #13: Hand cut Mother of Pearl inlay

11-15-2017 05:08 AM by Gbluee | 2 comments »

Here is the latest part of the custom Octave mandolin build. In this Video I’m hand cutting custom MoP from blanks to then inlay them into a Ebony Veneer on the Peg Head. Check out the video..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPq6KdpQNhA&t=34s

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Underway again...finally #5: Baby steps... or are they actual steps?

11-03-2017 11:47 PM by JohnTM | 4 comments »

Big plans, small accomplishments, a couple of them actually. I’d intended to actually start on the workbench today (sound familiar?) but got side-tracked, as is becoming usual. I notice that many people are counter-sinking screws (mostly for looks, but also for smooth-fit functionality at times) and I remember way back when that my Dad had done this with an over-sized drill bit just drilling slightly below the top surface of the wood. NO big news to you old guys, I’m sure. So I...

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Somehow it all came together #40: Investing in the future!

10-29-2017 05:53 PM by Mike Merzke | 1 comment »

Here is the latest and greatest from my blog with a great addition from my first guest author! https://merzkecustomwoodworking.com/2017/10/29/investing-in-the-future/

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