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How you can draw a fluted Doric Column in eCabinets

11-08-2015 01:12 AM by ScottM1 | 0 comments »

In this video I will show you how I drew a fluted Doric column in eCabinets.Here is the link to check it out. https://youtu.be/u8UchVTl2lQ

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Cutting Board Primer #1: I was asked for this primer - hope it helps

11-02-2015 03:30 AM by Betsy | 11 comments »

I was asked by several newbies if I would take some time to do a blog on building cutting boards that will cover the basics that may not get covered in the blogs/forums that detail how to do the real fancy boards that we all aspire to. So I’m going to try my best to hit the simple things that a novice trying to learn on their own may not think about or not realize until after they’ve made the mistake. It’s been a very long time since I’ve taken on a task like this – so please feel free to hel...

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eCabinets cut list in excel #9: Use SumIfs in VBA to total the filtered data from the eCabinets five piece door breakdown.

10-31-2015 09:10 PM by ScottM1 | 0 comments »

In this video I will show you how I used the SumIfs function in VBA to total the door/drawer front parts in the filtered data that was created using the advanced filter in VBA. Here is the link to check it out.https://youtu.be/XTD746yFCCw

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Splinters of thought #7: How Do You Measure up?

10-30-2015 01:01 AM by bearkatwood | 5 comments »

Recently there have been articles discussing tape measure maintenance, selection and how to use them in the shop. My opinion is to use them at the cutoff table for large crosscuts with a radial arm or chop saw, and leave them there. There should not be a dedicated place in your woodworking tool cabinet for a tape measure. The closest I would come would be a fabric tape to measure curved work. I worked in construction for a while and used a tape for everything, I just don’t see their pla...

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Hints and Tips #15: Another Way to Break Down a Log

10-28-2015 05:21 PM by Dave Rutan | 3 comments »

[Above] This was my last log of elm in which I hoped to find some more spalted wood. The first thing I did was to grab my Australian Bowie knife and strip off the bark. It came off very easily as the log (2 feet long, 4 inch diameter ) had been sitting on the ground under leaves for several years. [Above] Then I put the log in its most stable position on its side and attached a 1×4 to each flank, making sure it was fairly stable and trying to have the boards parallel to the b...

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Splinters of thought #5: Don't get all bent out of shape

10-27-2015 02:02 AM by bearkatwood | 1 comment »

Sometimes in woodworking you need a shape that just won’t work because of short grain issues, stock availability, design concerns etc. It comes to a choice of steam bending or bent lamination. When choosing bent lamination there are some concerns to consider. The First consideration is the form you wish to use to use for the glue-up process. I normally hate MDF with a passion, but for this application it works well. I have used cdx and a/c plywood, solid wood, and phenolic plastic t...

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Butterfly Dining Table #3: Curved Rail Joinery

10-26-2015 09:42 PM by Guy Dunlap | 5 comments »

After I take the rails of the bending forms, I true up one edge and then rip them to size. I layout for the angled cuts on the curved ends, and then cut them with the miter saw. All the joinery for the curved rails are then cut with the Festool Domino. I also go through my clamping strategy for when I’m ready for glue up. As always, I welcome your questions and comments! To get updates of this build as I go along, please follow me on Instagram – https://instagram.com/guys...

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Woodshop Confessions #11: Making a Team RWB Plaque

10-26-2015 01:32 AM by Mike Merzke | 1 comment »

Here is the video where I make a plaque for Team Red, White, and Blue. https://youtu.be/yuRHmCttewg

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Splinters of thought #4: Adjustable Bench Hook

10-26-2015 12:27 AM by bearkatwood | 7 comments »

Adjustable Bench Hook Bench hooks are a very nice addition to a workbench. Sometimes for carving a small piece, a bench hook can be a bit too deep. Using a woodtek router bit (bit #942858I 14” shank) had for making jigs I routed two slots in a bench hook and drilled some holes for the hardware to slip in. I had thought about using a T-track inlayed in the hook for the adjustment, but I thought ...

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How you can draw a half round beaded column in ecabinets

10-25-2015 07:08 PM by ScottM1 | 0 comments »

In this video I will show you how to make a cutter in the shape manager to create a 2 inch x 1 inch half round beaded column. here is the link to check it outhttps://youtu.be/LT1Go2neKjE Be sure to like, comment and share this video if you like it Thank for viewingYou can also follow me onFacebookhttps://www.facebook.com/ecabinetstipsandtricks Twitterhttps://twitter.com/eCabinetstips

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