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Photographing long or tall projects. #1: Photographing long or tall projects.

03-12-2015 11:53 PM by Druid | 9 comments »

Since a lot of us produce “longer”, or taller, items that we want to post on LJ’s, we typically end up having to take the photo from a distance so that the entire object can be included. The resulting photo ends up not showing the finer details of your work.This type of scenario applies to some of my own pieces, such as carved walking staffs, or canes, but there is a free tool to help us get around this problem, and I expect that it is already installed on your PC with eithe...

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New Video On YouTube - Stabilizing wood with a vacuum chamber

03-11-2015 01:23 PM by wdwrkr631 | 8 comments »

Hello all, just put up a new video. In this video we stabilize wood with a vacuum chamber and an acrylic resin. The process is very cool and will leave your wood rock hard and moisture resistant. Here is a link to the video. After you watch we would love for you to subscribe to our channel. We have a lot of interesting videos planned. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQxtHxfqbeQ

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Making a Small Stand With The Festool Domino

03-11-2015 01:50 AM by Guy Dunlap | 4 comments »

This is my entry for the 2015 Festool Video Contest. I make a plant stand out of a single board of ash in an afternoon. The Festool Domino made it possible with fast and easy joinery. As always, I welcome your questions and comments! http://youtu.be/E_7uvJDJuY4

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Combine #1: Chassis

03-10-2015 08:53 PM by Dutchy | 8 comments »

I started building a wooden combine. Below a set of pictures of the building proces of the chassis. I made this chassis out of 6 pieces. On the construction drawing it is one piece. I like to use more pieces. I have no pretensions to say that this is the right way, It is only my way. It is quite possible making the chassis out of one piece. Thanks for watching

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How to Repair a Damaged Clapboard

03-10-2015 02:47 AM by Antoine Rizzoti | 0 comments »

The wood siding clapboards on your house will expand during hot weather and shrink during cold weather. Over time, this repeated shrinking and expanding can cause the clapboards to warp, split, and crack. If you have damaged clapboards on your house, the easiest way to repair them is to replace them with new brand-new pieces. You’re going to need several different tools to do this job. You’ll need a pry bar, a hammer, a utility knife, a hand saw, some caulk, a box of siding nails, and your re...

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Dutch Tool Chest #4: Hinges and Lid

03-09-2015 04:29 PM by Mosquito | 14 comments »

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HovM5Biol4

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Tips and Techiques #2: The Somewhat Invisible Hinge Tutorial

03-05-2015 03:49 AM by Jerry | 22 comments »

Okay, I was asked to post a how to for the, I guess I’ll start calling it “vanishing” hinge, since it’s not completely invisible. Anyway I struggled with posting this tutorial, because in this instance things went badly, but I think it’s just as important to publish the mistakes as the successes, because that way whoever reads this can see where the pitfalls are. So in the spirit of full disclosure, here goes. Okay, this tutorial is for 1/2” wood and dow...

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Treasure Box - Series #2 - Post #19: Finishing the insides and glueing the boxes

03-04-2015 07:08 PM by Patricelejeune | 8 comments »

I have been carry on working on the boxes with a 2 weeks pause for our february teaching session at the American School of French Marquetry. Great class, here are some pictures More here Anyway. Before the class started I had to finish the inside of the boxes with French Polish, before the room was taken over by the students. There is different way of holding the pieces with nails bent in places Or with small wood blocks I like to have it lay out...

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1950s Cass Toy Co Chest Restoration #1: Research and Documentation

03-01-2015 10:23 PM by JenTWG | 3 comments »

This chest is my father’s and he asked if I would restore it for him and fix most of the damage. I first started by researching the chest. I knew by stripping the chest I would most likely loose the images either with a chemical stripper to replace/repair the finish or by sanding. I wanted to see if the manufacturer still existed and could be contacted for information or help during this process. Turns out Cass Toy Company is no longer in business and was destroyed in a fire i...

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Quick tip for your deck insets

02-28-2015 03:59 PM by ScottM1 | 0 comments »

Here is a quick tip that you can use to make the bottom inset on the decks of your cabinets adjust automatically.Here is the link be sure to check it out and let me know what you think.http://youtu.be/BL-d8EaNvCQ

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