While I cannot be called a die hard fan of pocket hole joinery, I’ll admit it has some uses. Such a use came about today as I was completing a project (to be posted in a day or two). This method of making pocket holes without an expensive jig I saw in a video by Steve Carmichael. (the link starts the video right at the part I’m talking about). [Above] These are the tools I used to do this procedure. Your choices may vary. I’m using a 3/8 inch spade bit, 1/8 in. twis...
I posted my completed bar project last December;http://lumberjocks.com/projects/160074I had the idea of a bar mat made out of those rubber stubby holders you get on holidays in gift shops.Anyway I had a collection of over a hundred to choose from.so I decided to stitch a few together (that’s hand stitch because I couldn’t find any volunteers with a sewing machine).Lucky I didn’t do any closeup photos to show my less than average sewing ability, but from a distance they don...
I’ve almost completed refinishing this old chest, and I’m curious to know from experts out there, just what era it might be from. I simply stripped it and coated all wood (pine) with shellac and 3 coats of General Finishes top coat. We bought it from a furniture restorer / antique dealer south of Lapeer, Michigan in 1976. I always assumed it was a carpenter’s chest, but I am now not so sure. It is clearly hand hewn, uses wood pin joinery, and what seem to be hand wrought square nails. •...
In this video I show you how I build this elegant bed frame Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsQP2dQUOvw More images and details visit my website here: http://jordswoodshop.com/elegant-queen-size-bed-frame/
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
Set this magnetic bar up to hold the stoppers between coats of spray lacquer, cute little soldiers here (the one on the far right is “Mr. Stubby”—didn’t go quite right, LOL). With gloves on, I hold the stopper by the long bolt that fits the taps in the wood, take outside and lightly spray, return it to the rack and pick up the next one. Set my timer for 30 mins between sessions, and go about other business. Today that business is re-balancing one of the wheels on my...
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I have been wanting to install my router table on my Ridgid R4512 table saw, and finally came up with an idea to easily mount it and easily keep it level using a hanger system. First I bought 3 sticks of angle aluminum 1/8”x1”x36”, and cut them down to about 31” and drilled holes on each end at 29 and 7/8” on center. Next I used 5/16”x5” tap bolts and put one nut on about 5/8”” from the head and on the other bolt the nut would just a...
A couple of mounth ago I started a new T and J project and promised to make a blog of the building process. This time I thought to post only the noteworthy things. I,m building a hydraulic crane (T and J drawing 126) It,s the biggest project till now. Unfortunately there are some mistakes in the drawings and that,s why the next blog entries are about the necessary improvements.
This story starts on a Saturday morning when I got a Facebook message from my friend Rob. “We are having a yard sale and there are a ton of old tools” Rob said. So ofcourse I got in my car and headed over there. I found a lot of great old tools but this week we will focus on the Level I found, It’s a Stanley No. 104 Level 18” long. This will make a great restoration project I thought… I made a video of the restoration as well, you can see it here: View on Yo...
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