https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tri3EyTFDTY This week I got the NUC contest case done, and applied finish! Unfortunately I can’t show it just yet, so we’ll still have to wait for that. I also show a couple of my planes, and the other computer case I’ve been working on. LumberJocks Blog for Wooden Jointer:http://lumberjocks.com/Mosquito/blog/series/6503 The Mod Zoo Worklog:http://themodzoo.com/forum/index.php/topic/2018-victorian-desktop-mosquito-updated-9th-mar-2...
Walnut w/ wax finish. Hock blade and chip breaker. My first wooden hand plane. Learned a little here.
I prepared some rope samples a few weeks ago for a client meeting. Here’s the process I used: Layout Part I. Video for Part I of the layout process. I mark the centers of the square portions at either end of the turning. I line my ruler up with the two points and bend it down slightly so it touches the column. Then I mark a short center line on the column itself. I do that on all four sides. Then I take some painters tape and line up the centers the same way I did with the ruler, ...
First a coat of boiled linseed oil is applied, and then 4 coats of amber shellac. I also show my method of mixing my own shellac. The grain on the drawers really popped and they look great! As always, I welcome your questions and comments! http://youtu.be/xsCpmD2PyAA
If you’re interested in wooden molding planes you might enjoy this video that I just published. I had ordered a mini panel raising and 1/8” beading plane from Philly Planes (Phil Edwards makes his planes in England) about eight months ago, and just received them. I unbox and assemble them and make some test moldings. I then take them apart and inspect and comment on their quality. If you have the bandwidth, I uploaded them in 1080 HD quality for best viewing of the results.
Here I'm tapping the brass but that's house in the wagon cradle !https://s3.amazonaws.com/lumberjocks.com/nlotdip.jpg! !https://s3.amazonaws.com/lumberjocks.com/nlj8feg.jpg!
Back before Christmas I built this simple beer tote to present some beers, which I had bought my Dad as a gift. As this was a gift I designed it to tightly house the bottles (the handle acts to hold them in place) but this could easily be adapted for day-to-day use. Check out the video below! Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/thiswoodwork Visit Website: http://thiswoodwork.com/ Like my Facebook page: https://facebook.com/thiswoodwork Follow me on Twitter: https://...
I documented the video on my YouTube Channel. I encourage you to check it out! http://youtu.be/BmQ9YJTv6-U This week I built a giant shoe box! It is a copy of an Air Jordan shoe box, complete with product tag! Material: MDF, Vinyl, Shipping Label Joinery: Rabbits, Butt joints, glue, brads, screws Finish: Black latex paint, vinyl decals, MSRP product label Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=pbmaster11 Facebook page: https:/...
I needed an upgrade in my shop for my Lutherie tools and I didn’t want to get those pricy steel tool box to go in my woodworking environment. So I sat down at my drawing table and tried to come up with something to accommodate my need, at a reasonable price, and made of wood. I made this tool chest with only 4 boards of 8’x6”x1” of black Walnut. I always love the Idea of not using screws and/or nails, therefore I made a Dovetail construction. The entire construction was completed in 4 mont...
When I was designing the legs and side panels for the desk, I knew I wanted to incorporate a curved leg. I have seen a similar design element in several other pieces by different makers, and it has always caught my eye.Knowing that I wanted to use a similar shape, the curved legs where my starting point. once I got the shape of the leg the way I wanted it, I needed to decided what to do with the side panels. I had looked at several other writing desks for inspiration before starting this ...
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