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Custom Tools

2421 days ago by WhiskeyWaters | 2 comments »

I’ve taken a step away from the woodworking this week at work. Getting burned out, you know? So the kids are working with leather – wallets, pouches, motorcycle patches, etc. Normal kid stuff. Thought I’d show my personal leather project: Wrapping the handles to my personal (and my work’s) tools. Something about the feel of good ol’ worked in leather around a tool. Feels good in the hand. Also, the kids get more control with the smaller tools, and it te...

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Shop (Garage) Redo #3: Tools, Thank you Craig's List

571 days ago by PASs | 2 comments »

Thought I’d try this tool gloat as a blog entry. i’ve had the Powermatic 3520b for a few months now (gotta blog that.) When I first got it the two old Craftsman lathes had to go away ‘cause there weren’t no room in the inn for three lathes.So I put them under tarps in the driveway and Craig’s listed them to new homes. I knew when I got the 3520 that there was only one place in the garage for it…under the 14 inch I beam that runs from the front to t...

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Cutlist4.1 #3: Cutlist 4.1.0.5 - more output enhancements

1488 days ago by daltxguy | 2 comments »

The cutlist4.1.0pre link has been updated and anyone downloading now will now get v4.1.0.5 What’s new? Tilde (twiddle) ie ’~’ character has been restored to the cutlist window display. SU most commonly displays ’~’ on some measurements if it cannot display it accurately in the units you have selected. This might alert you that your part was not drawn correctly Tilde ( ’~’) now has been removed from the csv output ( cutlist csv and CutListPl...

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DIFFERENT #1: Barrette. A Gift to my beloved wife.

466 days ago by Walther von Einik | 2 comments »

http://wve720.wix.com/veseleil-workshophttp://workshop-bezaleel.blogspot.com/ Also, on YouTube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oIbX5L579k&feature=youtu.be Barrette. A Gift to my beloved wife.white oak, woodfinish – natural wax and plant pigments. in project used anatomical features of the head, the hair amount and structure. The sketch of this barrette were based on samples of the Judea, Greece and Rome from 1 to 4 centuries. The work was made with special custom made carving ...

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Turning Progress

1144 days ago by thiswoodshop | 2 comments »

Today was a very productive day. I had a some time to ruff turn my big black walnut blank and put it on the shelve to dry completely. There also was some time to finish my walnut root bowl and the small cherry bowl. I’m still improving my skill set with every bowl that’s finish. I must say if I look back at the first day I started turning and successfully broke a tool whiles impaling a peace of test wood into my garage wall. I’m much more comfortable with the different speed of the lathe and ...

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Starting All Over Again - Setting Up Shop #1: Making Tools - Wood Wedges

1235 days ago by LumberGuy | 2 comments »

I use a lot of “found” wood, it usually has to be split into smaller pieces to work with. One of the main tools I will need is the wood wedge. Starting with a bow saw and a hatchet, I cut some trees where Ms. Charming and I are clearing out around our garden. A couple of these were dogwoods. Dogwood is easily cut with a sharp axe when “green”, but when it is dry, it is extremely tough and difficult to work with edge tools. This toughness really make it good wedge m...

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Drum/Disc Sander #2: Sander design is complete, construction has begun

806 days ago by Kevin May | 2 comments »

Two months in, progress has been made, but of course, not as fast as I would of liked. Figuring out the motors and drives has been the most difficult part of this project. I have been trying to keep the out of pocket cost as low as I could, and provide the power and control that a sander project of this magnitude needs. I had ordered a 2hp 1ph motor on ebay, but that fell through when the motor was damaged by UPS. Since then, what I stumbled upon was a motor controller that uses 220v ...

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Festool

1419 days ago by FredG | 1 comment »

I noticed this on the European sites of Festool that I couldn’t findon the USA site. (left hand bottom corner.)http://www.festool.nl/Products/Pages/Product-Overview.aspx Translation:Copyright © 2009 Festool GmbH. All rights reserved.All prices being shown, are non-binding recommendations prices.Festool is a company of TTS Tooltechnic Systems AG & Co.. KG

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Workbench build 2013 #6: Finally, The base is assembled!

370 days ago by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 1 comment »

I have finally got the tenons cut. I went ahead and assembled the base. Click here for the video on YouTube.

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Stevens 311 restoration #2: Resource gathering

2330 days ago by plaidflannelman | 1 comment »

I will be writing this in sort of walkthrough form; so I will include my resources as they come. I am getting parts from Numrich Arms and the direct page for this gun is here. They have a passable exploded diagram on that page but the one I use comes out of the Gun Digest diagrams book. Same diagram for the most part, though. I have basic tools for the project but when working with firearms, fine or otherwise, I would recommend a good set of gunsmith screwdrivers and punches. These and a...

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