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Unorthodox Bandsaw Box #1: Box making steps

12-11-2011 09:42 PM by Jim Jakosh | 28 comments »

My wife asked me when I was going to make her a box to keep our business cards in when we travel. I had made a few boxes but never one upon request- especially from her. So I wanted this to be special. I went about making a bandsaw box in an unconventional way and I was having a problem with the hinge design. One night I had a dream of how to do it and wrote it down right away in the morning. Here are the steps I used to make the box using mainly the bandsaw and the scroll saw for one tough p...

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Machinery Setup #2: How To Set Blades On Thickness Planer

12-10-2011 07:20 AM by JordsWoodShop | 2 comments »

In this video I show you how I go about changing the blades on two different styles of thickness planers. For more woodwork related goodness check out my website at http://www.JordsWoodShop.com

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Solitaire Game WIP

12-09-2011 10:57 PM by diggerdelaney | 7 comments »

W.I.P. of A Solitaire Board Game First of all I will not go through all the wood preparation just the main marking out and production of the dimples etc.Measurements are not critical but I never go below those I have stated in this build I have used those I have stated belowAnyway once the boards are cut to 10” square no smaller and to a thickness that suits yourself in this case 1 3/8” (normally I have mine over 1” thick). It is then sanded to 240grit all round Next job is to find the ...

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Next Generation Cheese boards... #9: Alternating the stripe.

12-08-2011 04:02 AM by degoose | 12 comments »

In my last post In the round the second pic shows a single stripe .. double chevron [second gen] ..This blog will show in part how this was done… To start make two grooves on both faces of a board… in this case virgin hoop pine…[virgin meaning naturally grown… not plantation timber] Inlay two different timbers… in this case purple heart And narra [new guinea rosewood]This is instead of one strip of timber between two others…Shown end on… I...

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Making a Condiment Tote (for beginners) #4: Making the handle and finishing the tote

12-06-2011 02:30 AM by ~Julie~ | 9 comments »

Now that we have the size of the handle piece, the actual handle has to be cut out of it.For now I keep the piece as a rectangle, and will do the angled sides after the handle is cut out. I’m using my router and a template guide to remove the area for the handle. First I need to make a template out of hardboard that is 11/32” larger than the actual size of the oval hole that I want. I determined a hole 3 1/2” long and 1 1/8” wide for the handle would be good for t...

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Weekend Pen Box

12-06-2011 01:17 AM by Owlcroft | 17 comments »

Weekend Pen Box I got the idea for this pen box from a friend. I was at his house looking at a commemorative pen he was given for retirement and was impressed with the design of the pen box. I took some pictures and spent a couple days figuring out how I could make my own. Below are picture of my friends pen box. The box turned out to be fairly easy to build once I took a good look at it. I took a couple minutes to determine exactly how It was made; then I was ready to start. Ba...

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Ambrosia-birdseye maple #8: Attching the lid

12-05-2011 07:18 PM by JoeyG | 6 comments »

First I tape blocks in that I have sized for the position I want the lid to sit I then tape the lid in place. Next is to mark out and drill for the hinge pins I think the pictures show my process fairly well. If you have any questions or suggestions please leave them and hopefully we will all learn a little from each other. Next stop is get the lids opening correctly and then handles. Thanks for taking a look.

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Going down a 29year memory lane

12-04-2011 09:08 PM by grosa | 5 comments »

I was looking through some of the fun projects I have done in 29 years and I put together a slide show. Some of you have seen some of these pictures on my posts, some have not. WARNING This is a very LONG slide show over 800 pictures.I didn’t bother with the descriptions or organizing the pictures, there are just to many of them. I have been blessed with the privilege to do all these fun projects and I love what I do. I hope you all love woodworking as much as I do and I hope you all ge...

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Epoxy Inlay #4: One is Done

12-04-2011 01:37 AM by JoeyG | 1 comment »

Here it is folks, the purpleheart cross box is officially marked off the to do list. The “Peace Turtle” will be done in a couple of days (hopefully). Once it is done I will post it my projects just as I did this one. Go over and check it out. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/56732 Thanks for joining me on this journey. Thanks for all the tips and ideas, I hope I gave you some as well. JoeyG

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Ambrosia-birdseye maple #7: The inlay

12-03-2011 04:38 AM by JoeyG | 4 comments »

Here is a coffee cup my daughter picked out for me while at Discovery Cove, Orlando, FL. I thought you would like to see my inspiration for this part of the project. Above is the carving filled with epoxy and sanded. Now to clean out air bubble craters and epoxy again. I love this blue, it has a metallic flake in it that looks great. Until next time, Joey

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