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Add Data To eCabinets Batch using Excel Spreadsheets Part 3

11-01-2017 02:48 PM by ScottM1 | 0 comments »

Add Data To eCabinets Batch using Excel Spreadsheets Part 3 Create a pivot table and slicers to summarize and filter the data that was imported into the batch export workbook.Be sure to check out parts 1 and 2 “Add Data To eCabinets Batch using Excel Spreadsheets Part1→Add Data To eCabinets Batch using Excel Spreadsheets Part2→https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4EoDHoe9FI&list=PLsajY4bbxhrCKfcrq6PtA5gA2cYsbVtvA&index=1 Subscribe here→ https://goo.gl/xaqyejView on YouTube

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Advice about wood movement

11-26-2015 05:00 PM by Pith | 1 comment »

Young woodworker here looking for some advice. I’m working on a 34” x 34” frame for squeegeeing film photographs after they have been developed in a darkroom. The design is fairly simple I’m using 5/4 white oak for the frame connected with finger joints and then cutting a dado in the middle of the pieces to allow for a piece of plywood and plexiglass to rest in. This will be inside a school and will be exposed (not submerged) to water for about half of the year. I am making this to replace a ...

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Traditional Woodworking Tours #7: 1600′s English Furniture & Timber Frame Farmhouse

06-11-2014 09:45 PM by WoodAndShop | 7 comments »

By Joshua Farnsworth (Writer at WoodAndShop.com) View the original article here. In the above video you’ll see the amazing 17th Century English timber frame farmhouse that I visited recently. I was absolutely taken back by this immaculately reconstructed farmhouse and it’s gorgeous reproduction furniture from the 1600′s. So, of course, I had to share it with y’all! The farm was moved from England to the Frontier Culture Museum in historical Staunton, Virginia (thank yo...

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Photos - "Out of the wood" Exhibition - South Africa

04-25-2011 11:05 PM by Div | 21 comments »

I had the opportunity to take a few photos last week so here is a selection. Some of the shots are not so good, so please forgive! Since I am posting my own pieces as projects, I am only showing work from other exhibitors. This should give a fair idea of what we get up to down here in the Southern Cape! Chair by Richard Henley. White Alder and hand painted leather. Squiggle Back Chair by Richard Henley. Cape beech and hand painted leather. Pink Ivory Inlays on Cape beech by R...

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Lumber Selection pt. 1

11-23-2010 10:31 PM by Andy Brownell | 1 comment »

I’ve been recently commissioned to build a set of matching, shaker-style tables for a client.One is a 60” x 18” wide hall table, the other is a 20×32 side table.My client is a fan of the color purple, so I wanted to provide them with something that is both addressing this need, but also aesthetically pleasing. My solution is to build the tops from the purple heart pictured here and then use some ribbon figured sapele for the base (legs and rails). The two should be a ni...

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Creative Woodworking #5: Tables

11-22-2010 10:37 PM by dakremer | 18 comments »

Here are some tables to get the creative juices flowing. The purpose of the blog is to get people to start thinking outside the box – and show the creative (non conventional) side of woodworking. Again, my style is a modern style – so most pics are of a more modern design. I tried to incorporate different design ideas, and a couple different types of tables. Enjoy. If you want to add any other pics down in the comments area – feel free. for those of you following the...

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Butcher Block Tables #1: Just getting to the finish Line

12-25-2009 04:27 AM by Joe or Murph | 9 comments »

It’s been a long haul and not without a few setbacks, but our first semi-production run is almost complete. I have to say (and I have seen this mentioned before) these tops are the most labor intensive project I have ever experienced. With that said, I still have to build 3 more. It’s official-I really am not that bright!! and Cherry Base Clear Coated Tiger Maple and Walnut Base with Cherry Top That Big chunk of Maple with the pine “CA-ed” to the edg...

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18th Century Campaign Table

10-05-2009 06:22 PM by Rev. Jim Paulson | 4 comments »

Hi. I was asked to make a campaign table for an 18th century re-enactor and I will be finishing it soon. I made this project out of cherry and used birch plywood for the top. The plywood top was edged with cherry and I attached it with hide glue and cut nails. I turned the legs from 2 1/2 ” square stock and after much searching found this leg profile to be appropriate for a campaign style table. The legs and short aprons are attached with mortise and tenon joints. I added lon...

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A GOOD CAUSE

08-07-2009 05:19 PM by Ancientwood | 5 comments »

Ancientwood, Ltd. has been selected to supply a 7 foot Ancient Kauri table for ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition! This event is taking place in South Range, Wisconsin, August 3-10. Ancientwood is very excited to have this inspiring opportunity and are pleased to be able to contribute to this deserving family.

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A veneering extravaganza!

04-15-2008 05:11 AM by John Fry | 29 comments »

This intricate project is a veneered, inlaid, banded, and beaded set consisting of a coffee table and two end tables. The visible woods are curly maple, boire, Peruvian walnut, anigre, figured anigre, and wenge. The secondary woods are mahogany and poplar. This elevated shot shows the anigre veneered drawer bottom, and the detail in the top. The end tables are 23” tall and the tops are just under 26” X 26”. All three tables are finished with five coats of an oi...

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