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The amazing woodworking collection of Zhuhai, China

10-15-2018 09:46 PM by Elyasaf Shweka | 2 comments »

Try to imagine yourself, as a hobbyist woodworker, being invited to a private tour accompanied by an Chinese government representative, in what appears to be the biggest, most expensive and most amazing woodworking collection. how big? 20 thousand square meters, which is about 200,000 square feet, equivalent to the size of an Walmart superstore. also, this collection is private, and therefor closed to the public. we were the only visitors at this giant warehouse.I have so much to say about t...

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Best Miter Saw Dust Collection?

10-15-2018 10:28 AM by WoodshopTherapy | 2 comments »

Here’s a dust collection solution for a miter saw. I’ve used this for about 15 years and I haven’t seen anything perform better. I’d love to get some feedback on this… any better solutions out there? https://youtu.be/2SfgSIekuos Thanks,Scott

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building a Modern Nightstand

10-14-2018 04:52 PM by BenhamDesign | 1 comment »

In this project I’m building a pair of walnut nightstands for a client inspired by the mid century modern design. I focus in on my process of how I mitered the corners so the grain flows across them and all four corners line up perfectly If you are interested in seeing in built instead of reading about how it was built please watch the video Recap of build video Today I’m building this walnut nightstand, and I’m going in depth on my method of how I cut the miters so the grain flo...

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Uncovering My Shop - Finally

10-14-2018 03:09 AM by mot | 4 comments »

After years of house renovations and my shop behaving like a huge vortex of doom, sucking in every misplaced, displaced and disavowed object in the house, I have finally dug out my shop. We started renovating our main floor and kitchen almost 8 years ago. After two lawsuits and a heft insurance claim we finally got that reno done. My shop seemed to be the only place that my family members could figure out to put their crap. It became a disaster. It was so bad that looking at it just paraly...

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Historic Woodworker Videos #40: Historic tribute to a Japanese carpenter

10-13-2018 11:33 AM by Hoosierwoodcraft | 2 comments »

In 1893, America celebrated Columbus Day with a World’s Fair in Chicago. The Fair represented the first time that most Americans (at least 8 million citizens) had ever seen Japanese carpenters at work, observed their tools and precision, and walked thru a Japanese building to see different construction techniques. The year 1893 represented the first time most Americans began to respect Japanese woodworking. Today, I have captured that event with a video on the life-story of Koun Ta...

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Ways to Prevent Saw Burn Marks

10-13-2018 09:39 AM by WoodshopTherapy | 0 comments »

I’ve documented ways to prevent saw burn marks in this video, and show the before and after results. Does anyone have any more tips on how to prevent saw burn marks? https://youtu.be/Hz3E6dEmT4A Thanks,Scott

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Shop stuff #137: Bathroom reno Part 7...Tubby Time!

10-12-2018 12:33 AM by JimDaddyO | 0 comments »

I got the shower all trimmed out and the plumbing completed! Yet another step done in getting the bathroom done. A bit of fiddling about getting everything cut to size, but in the end it all comes together. I am loving the cedar, and I pass on a couple of tips in the process. View on YouTube

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Treadle Lathe #3: Cutting Joinery

10-11-2018 12:52 AM by LastingBuild | 0 comments »

Making progress on the lathe. In the last post, I laid out the ways (the horizontal boards that the head stock, tail stock and tool rest sit on) and in this episode I cut four tenons and two housing dados! This project is definitely taking longer than expected but I’m happy with the current progress and I’m confident it will be worth the effort. Working with oak has been a learning curve in comparison to pine. I can’t wait to be turning wood with a foot powered tool! I...

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Building a REAL Lathe Part 1

10-08-2018 02:55 PM by RexKrueger | 2 comments »

Friends: There are a lot of DIY wood lathes out there, but most of those are small, low-power machines that won’t handle large pieces of wood, do bowls, or handle long spindles. I’m in the middle of building a REAL lathe with 16 inches of swing and 32 inches between centers. By itself, this wouldn’t be such a big deal, but I’m going to build this lathe for LESS than $150 and I’m using common materials and tools that any woodworker either has or can get thei...

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Brass mark for my wooden products

10-07-2018 08:00 PM by vonHanke | 0 comments »

I’ve been thinking about marking my big wooden products. Here is the realization of my idea so far in the trial phase. Here’s a short video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAXn2K5IpgA

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