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Harvey Ellis Nightstand #1: Intro

02-02-2015 03:32 PM by DBrown52 | 6 comments »

My wife and I will soon start building our dream home in the country. When it’s completed, we’ll be absent both quality furniture to fill it and spare cash to buy any. It’s quite the dilemma. Fortunately, she likes the Stickley/Craftsman style and I have a nice stack of cherry. The plan is for me to build a bedroom set to replace our current collection of hand-me-downs and discount pieces from the meatball place. We did some looking and both agreed that we liked the H...

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Another 52 Weeks #6: Tips & Tricks- Personalize It!! Part 2 On the Lathe

02-02-2015 02:07 AM by clieb91 | 0 comments »

Evening All, Going to do something a little different tonight and let the pictures speak. Hope they all make sense. Also please let me know if you like this idea and if I should use it again. In case you have trouble with the pics here is a link to my Flickr Album where I stored copies. How to Transfer Hope you all have a good week in and out of the shop. CtL

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Batmobile Pinewood Derby Car Video 3

02-01-2015 03:57 PM by christopheralan | 1 comment »

Part 3 of the Pinewood Derby Kit Car… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDz1YCkP1a0

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Small Secretary With Tambour Door #6: Turned Legs and Base Joinery

02-01-2015 05:50 AM by Guy Dunlap | 6 comments »

I start out with some 12/4 walnut, and cut 4 legs, making sure I use rift sawn lumber. Using a turning that I made for a template, I turn all 4 legs. Then I start on the joinery. This is traditional mortise and tenon joinery throughout, and I show an easy way to get nice tight fitting tenons. The front bottom rail uses a double tenon while the top uses a dovetail to hold everything together. The most unusual thing in this video is that there a shot where you can almost see me smile! Almost…. ...

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Making of a 30" wolf head #1: Part 2

01-31-2015 11:11 PM by grosa | 0 comments »

Hello again.If you watched the video on the inverted pin router you get the idea on how it works http://lumberjocks.com/grosa/blog/46433. We have 2 pin routers at the shop, one is mine and the other belongs to the company. They are both model 36210 routers. The model 36210 has a 3 phz 10 hp motor with a 36” capacity from arm base to the pin. The collet sizes this machine will accept are: 1/4”, 3/8”, 1/2”, 5/8” and 3/4”. One of the router tables has an exten...

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Batmobile Pinewood Cerby Car Video 2

01-31-2015 12:56 AM by christopheralan | 2 comments »

Part 2 of the Car Build https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uM6-E4eyEA

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Tip and Tricks for woodworkers #2: Part 2 Setting up a workshop on a budget

01-30-2015 09:03 PM by Bill Schonfelder | 5 comments »

Setting up a workshop on a budget. I have been working in wood since my early twenties. Owned and operated a five man custom cabinet shop, setup a toy company, and just made gifts for Christmas presents over those years. Some of my shops have been operated in small as a space as 8’x12’ in a space on a warehouse floor, to an industrial size of 3,000 sq ft in a private owned building with a storefront.Enough about that, my latest shop is setup not too mass produce or create a company but j...

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Pinewood Derby Car Kit Build Video 1

01-30-2015 02:57 AM by christopheralan | 0 comments »

A ready-made kit for the Derby Racing. No major work required here, so it may be a good beginner project. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9ZQq2AA8cg

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Tip and Tricks for woodworkers #1: Bill's fireside chat for this week

01-27-2015 01:47 AM by Bill Schonfelder | 1 comment »

Hi my fellow crafters.I am going to be doing a series every week (as time allows) on how to setup a workshop, what tools to buy to get started, some tips on what is the “best way to do this or that”, ideas on how to improve your tools and get the most out of them. I plan to share what I have been learning over these last twenty years doing toys, custom cabinets, libraries bookcases, and other things I have learned by the school of hard knocks. Please check back each week to see ...

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Intro to the Speed Square

01-26-2015 02:33 AM by christopheralan | 3 comments »

So you now have this metal triangle thing, that we call a square, and it has numbers and markings all over it. Here is an introduction on how to start using it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2EieDGWoSA

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