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Mahogany Kitchen Stool Project #1: Mahogany Kitchen Stool Project

1616 days ago by sras | 19 comments »

Well, here we go. I have been working on the design and preparation of this project for 3 years. The final prototype was just completed. This is my second prototype. The first one was a quick (that is a relative term) mock up to see if I had the size correct. I built this out of scrap 2×4s and screws. Pieces were only roughly shaped. After building this, we determined that it was about a half inch too tall. The second prototype was built as a prelude to actual construction....

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New Yankee Blanket Chest #2: Rough cutting

1616 days ago by HungryTermite | 3 comments »

I spent some time rough cutting all the stock for the blanket chest and then laying it all out to acclimate for a little while. I still can’t get over how much easier it is with the tablesaw. All the pieces are the exact same width and length! I know it’s not that big a deal but I’ve never tried a project which required ripping stock before so I was pretty giddy. Here are some progress shots:

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New To Woodworking #2: Setup

1616 days ago by Requiem | 2 comments »

G’day everyone, I really would like to thank everyone that posted a comment on my very first blog. I was really overwhelmed by the response of friendship and good hearted people that offered to help me if I needed it which was displayed on Lumberjocks community. I also wanted thank Svaabeck for helping me get my finger out. I am sorry it has taken so long to post another entry but I was taken in by woodworking, once I received my Incra gear and had set it up I got sucked into it. I unders...

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Big wood find #5: The base comes together

1618 days ago by rtb | 6 comments »

I probably should have updated this about a week ago but the best laid plans of mice….etc . Drilling 5/8 holes through 1 in of white oak 3 in. cherry and an additional 1 in. of red oak is not something that you can whip out in 45 seconds. You are constantly removing the bit to clear the hole of the waste and there are many holes in this base. This assembly is still quite rough and there will be a lot of sanding and planning once its all together. As the above picture sh...

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Tool Life episode 19

1618 days ago by kosta | 5 comments »

In this episode I talk about different tool groups and if it is better to buy your last tool first. www.kostasworkshop.blogspot.com

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Bathroom Remodel #1: Creative Bathroom Remodel

1618 days ago by Dennis Fletcher | 3 comments »

Well, I was supposed to just replace the old vanity with some cabinets that they got from a friend, because the cabinets they got were in better condition than the ones currently in the house. Seemed pretty straight forward, nothing really difficult or interesting to see here, folks, so move along…..... Oh, wait, nothing fits right, go figure. Yes, their simple switch out turned to a bit more, but they are really enjoying it. I had to put together 3 cabinets, bring them out ...

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Episode 52 shop tour part 1

1621 days ago by kosta | 4 comments »

This is part 1 of my shop tour. www.kostasworkshop.blogspot.com

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New Yankee Blanket Chest #1: Starting the chest

1624 days ago by HungryTermite | 11 comments »

I’ve been telling my girlfriend I would make her a blanket chest for quite a while. Now that I have a tablesaw I figured there was no time like the present to get the project started. I have owned a copy of “The New Yankee Workshop” book for a really long time so I thought I would make the blanket chest from that book. It’s simple, has joinery that isn’t too complicated, and presents what I think is a good first project to learn how to set up and use my saw. ...

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Big wood find #4: using some of the load.

1624 days ago by rtb | 7 comments »

I’m not certain but what this should be separate but any way… Before I joined us I thought that workbenches, real workbenches were limited to professional cabinet makes, magazine editors, and hand tool advocates. Having now been exposed to a much wider school of thought I have come to realize that this is not the case and that I too was in need of something of this nature. ( I got tired of moving everything off the table saw every time I needed to make a cut.) I ‘ve spent se...

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Book shelves from reclaimed wood and shutters #1: Beginning with shutters

1625 days ago by Dennis Fletcher | 4 comments »

I was asked to take these shutters and make some bookshelves. I will be utilizing wood that is approx. 60 yrs old and these shutters, which, we don’t know how old, but could be much more. I am inserting the pictures of the shutters, as this project may take a little while

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