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Shop Skills #3: Sharpening Card Scrapers - The Lost Scene...

12-30-2008 04:38 AM by Todd A. Clippinger | 27 comments »

Forgive My Insensitivity… A public Thank You is in order before I go any further. I had some great support from two individuals that are a part of LumberJocks. I relied heavily on Dave Pruett for “on call” support to figure out how to edit / process / and post my video. I need to thank Marc Spagnuolo as well. I did not continually call him like Dave, but his advice and pointers were taken to heart and helped me out as well. As with my woodworking, my achievement...

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Remodel the Shop #3: South wall redesign and Progress Pics

03-17-2008 05:00 AM by Kevin | 3 comments »

Latest design for South wall This is my design for a cabinet to hold all of my bolts, screws, and nails. Progress Pic of it. Bolt bins are in place. This is my design for a cabinet to hold all of my wood finishes and glues and my wifes paint. (unsupported end screwed to studs) Progress pics, sorry for all the junk in the way. I had to throw everything out of the middle of the floor in order to fit the triler in overnight. Workbench is in the background (not for fine wo...

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Remodel the Shop #2: Venting - Why can't you be level

03-10-2008 05:10 PM by Kevin | 13 comments »

I can’t even discribe to you all how I felt Sunday. I don’t think those words are appropriate here, but I’m sure most of you have used them before. Have you ever assumed something. There is a reason that people say assume makes an ass out of u and me. I do know better, but my Dad was at the house Sunday and we thought we’d get a bunch done. The first order of business was to get the crown molding and other moldings out of the middle of the floor so we had room to...

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Remodel the Shop #1: Initial Sketchup Drawing - ideas welcome

03-06-2008 02:52 AM by Kevin | 19 comments »

Well, I finally sat down last night night and drew up the shop. This was the first attempt, so it may change some. Also most of the tools/cabinets are very rough or borrowed. I’ll try to get them better when gets closer to constructing them. I’ll start you out on the East wall. Most of this is already set in stone you might say. I am planning on putting a pipe rack over the double garage door. May get used for dimensional lumber storage as well. On the left is my double ...

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COMPLETE REMODEL OF SHOP!!! - Ideas welcome.

03-03-2008 06:45 AM by Kevin | 5 comments »

I am going to “try” to do a good job of taking more pictures of my shop remodel than I usually do. Of course I have already failed in that because I forgot to take the before pictures with all of tools randomly scattered around and very unuseful. Intro: I have been very lucky in the last six months in that my lovely wife has allowed me to expand my tool collection. I have bought most of my tools or received them as gifts in the last 6 months actually. See my other posts for...

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New shop under construction #3: Electrical and Plumbing are almost done. And look, a birthday surprise!

02-19-2008 02:28 PM by Loogie | 13 comments »

The outside of the shop is almost done all that’s left is to put the shutters and crown moulding on the front window and put the gutters on. The overhead doors won’t be installed until the drywall and paint are complete. The electricians have been working at a good pace and the rough-in is all completed. The plumbing and electrical inspections should be today. My 40th birthday is coming up soon. My shop has gone so far over budget that I informed my wife a month or so ag...

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The American Craftsman WorkShop #6: It's Operational!

02-14-2008 07:34 AM by Todd A. Clippinger | 21 comments »

The shop is not finished but it is operational again. I need to use the space for a project I have going right now. I still have plenty of work ahead to finish it. I can wait on floor cabinets and worktop but the upper cabinets or at least some open cubby boxes to store glue, sandpaper, routers, etc. are a must. Clamp storage on the wall will clear a good bit of floor space. I did not have to buy hardly anything to do this work, it was material that I had on hand. I have many more id...

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The American Craftsman WorkShop #5: Primed for Excitement

02-11-2008 08:58 AM by Todd A. Clippinger | 11 comments »

Sunday, 10 Feb ‘08 Finished mudwork on walls. Took Sunday nap.Painted 2 coats of primer. Trim and paint to follow on Monday. Touch-ups and moving on Tuesday Peace, Love, and Shop Building

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The American Craftsman WorkShop #4: The Next Section

02-10-2008 07:48 AM by Todd A. Clippinger | 17 comments »

One Section Finished I finished this section of wall the other day and the trim. After that I pushed all the shop “furniture” back against the wall. This opened up the center of the shop again so that I could clear the next section of wall to be finished. I can’t always work corner to corner because I waited until I put too much crap in the shop to finish the walls. I did, however, already have 3 walls finished as you can see in my workshop posting. Now that I...

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The American Craftsman WorkShop #2: Finishing the Shop

02-05-2008 06:27 AM by Todd A. Clippinger | 32 comments »

The Excitement Builds… Today I finished touching up the mud work and applied 2 coats of primer. It is very exciting to see things get further along in my own shop Tomorrow I will paint this section of wall. Peace, Love, and Woodworking

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