In this episode I show you all of the ins and outs on using hardwood edge banding. I had to pick up a new trim router so once I make the new base I will show that to everyone.
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I have over the past few weeks been able to start taking some overstock merchandise, merchandise that the customer either forgot about or didn’ t have the funds to pay after the customer used the companies sharpening service. Some of the blades, router bits and some shaper bits , I will be keeping for my self but, to be albe to buy more I have to sale items I don’t normally use or if there is way more of an item or group of items than I can use myself. This is one of those time. ...
I few days ago I started to make a cutting board. While cutting the materials for said cutting board I had found that while cross cutting my pieces that they would cut fine and then scrape the back of the blade. Check blade to miter and exactly the same front and back. OK change my reference point for bottom and side against my incra miter gauge. Ok cuts a straight cut. Wait not so fast. Readjust miter gauge, get rid of play in miter slot, resquare the fence to tab and off to the races. Gl...
My youngest a while back accidentally knocked a lamp of the table and the ceramic lamp broke of course leaving me with just some hardware. I remake a wood lamp around the surviving hardware. Please watch and tell me what you think of the results. Thanks!
Because I promised to do a blog on my textured boxes I took the time today to take some pics while I was working on four sets of tee boxes I am making for Christmas presents.See http://lumberjocks.com/projects/55844The process is very simple .I take the sized board which is 3mm/1/8” oversize in width and start cutting the texture from the centre of the board.Once I have aligned the saw fence on a trail piece I start grooving the boards in long length and by flipping the board end for en...
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Well folks, I think it was another productive day in the shop. The objective today was to get all of the parts created, but not necesarrily 100% ready for glue up or finish sanding. Misson accomplished- sort of. The first obstacle was to figure out how I wanted to join the wine glass holder rails. They are positioned horizontally (like a shelf) where all the rest of the rails to this point have been vertical (like a skirt table). I’ve been using a self-centering doweling jig fo...
Here is the link to my woodworking blog. Don’t forget to look at the archives. There are a couple videos of a window sill I redid, with nothing but planes. traditionalwoodworks.blogspot.com
I think all of us may think it is sometimes wise to stop typing and just do what are the things to do. I almost forgotten this series. But I do read still but did not bother to update. A recap on the second day of this boxes….Previous weekend I was travelling to the North that was Saturday… The cremation done last Monday and back to Manila. It was only Tuesday that I had faced the second day of this rush boxes.. On that day, I was able to sort out some wood and made the si...
I just installed a Jet riser kit on my PCB330BS bandsaw. It can be done, but I recommend you look for a better fit. When I opened the box and looked at the parts, everything looked good. The riser block and blade guard were painted white, but what difference did that make. The blade guide post appeared to be the right size and shape, so “Let’s get started!” I figured I could get started with the disassembly, and get a friend to come help with the removal and replace...
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