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Shop stuff #138: New video, with some news!

10-19-2018 01:48 AM by JimDaddyO | 0 comments »

A shop update, cutting some firewood, some news about my channel and a couple of other interesting things. View on YouTube

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Ukulele #2: Banding and catchup

10-16-2018 07:51 AM by Fchilly | 5 comments »

After a cider or two I decided I had enough confidence for an attempt at the banding. I set up the trim router to cut about an 1/8×1/16 step for a Koa banding. I relied entirely on CA glue to attach this, and it turned out very nice. I havent decided what to use for the backside banding, but i’m considering a maple/koa/maple contrasting strip. I’ll keep my options wide open. The saddle and nut just arrived from amazon, which means I can continue on the neck and the bridge. I’m curr...

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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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Ukulele #1: The Uke

10-03-2018 11:18 PM by Fchilly | 6 comments »

I’ve begun a new project. This will be my first attempt at creating an instrument. I bought plans online, there are many different providers. I’m following Youtube tutorials for tips and tricks, and planning out each step in advance to prevent significant losses. Tools needed so far: -Band saw with high quality bladeFor ripping the side walls and front/back -Smoothing planeFor cleaning up tool marks on the front and back-Shooting boardFor making crisp glue lines-Table sawFor cutti...

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How I made #9: Wine shelf "10 Bottles"

09-18-2018 07:15 AM by WoodenWorldDenic | 2 comments »

Today we are continuing the series “How I made” by showing the process of making my favorite wine shelf named “10 Bottles”. Here is video: Making a shelf 10 bottles

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transforming wing back leather chairs into custom rocker for cabin #2: Working out the rocker radius by trial and error.

09-03-2018 09:41 AM by small_shop | 0 comments »

The radius on the original design was 60”. This was figured from a finished seat height of 20” x pi. The speed of the rocking motion was too fast, and the finished seat height was too high also. I shortened the radius of the rocker from 60” to 42”. This meant back to the drawing board on the design of the rockers, but the improvement of the rocking motion was well worth it! Now, it feels more like a rocking chair should. Good slow smooth rock, and a stable feeli...

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A simple Pine Stool #3: Day #4, glue ups, clean ups, and a PIP?

08-26-2018 04:57 AM by bandit571 | 1 comment »

4 days to build a simple, little stool? getting slow?Ok, wasn’t too happy with the surface left by the spokeshave…..ran this router around, with the smallest round-over bit I had.. Even rounded over both the top and bottom edges of the top… And, each part was sanded to 180 grit….then the glue….discovered later that one wedge was too fat…as I hammered in the two to connect the stretcher to the legs…..OOoooops. I did get all 6 wedges in place...

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How I made #7: Wooden purse

08-21-2018 12:45 PM by WoodenWorldDenic | 9 comments »

Walnut and genuine leather. Here is video: Making a Wooden purse

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SpeakEasy #1: Skewer Board

08-16-2018 09:03 PM by AAWW2005 | 8 comments »

Hi all! Yup, I’m still around and working with wood! A local bar which my daughter just happens to bar tend at asked if I could build them a 2 Skewer Boards for hors d’oeuvres. They sent a picture of an example of what they’re looking for an as you can see from my work, I can’t do simple and basic. I have their company logo and will be doing an intarsia version of that as their board. Watch for updates!

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How I made #5: Wooden business card holder

07-31-2018 07:51 AM by WoodenWorldDenic | 2 comments »

I used various types of light and dark wood to create a business card holder: walnut, cherry, oak and thermally processed ash. In later versions, I improved my basic design a little, I reduced the lock and made it easier to take cards from the box with one hand. Here is video: Making a Wooden business card holder

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