I think today I could mark as when I entered an ‘apprenticeship’ as an ‘Orchestral Instrument Repair Technician’. I’m doing piecework as I learn, but the owner of the shop wants me to be stationed there eventually. It’s better for business. I’ve got a steep learning curve ahead of me. the better and faster I work, the more I get paid. I’m repairing student rental instruments, so they aren’t going to be ‘restored’ to showr...
Hey Guys, A co-worker of mine asked me to build an art desk for his daughter for Christmas. He gave me a general idea of what she wanted, and let me go on my merry way to creating the piece shown in this video. The Joinery it features is Hand cut DovetailsMortise and Tenon joineryThrough TenonsStopped DadosDowels So please check out this video and leave me some comments here on what you liked or disliked about the table or the video so that I can improve. Looking forward to all th...
With all of the focus around this biggest of shopping holidays on folks buying electronics, clothes, and toy disposable junk really. Why doesn’t anyone focus on the stuff we want to shop for: TOOLS! Wood.Work.LIFE is doing it civic duty in breaking down all the ads and leaks to the most important bits and sharing them on our website. Isn’t it time for Santa to restock or build his workshop this Black Friday through Cyber Monday? We have been diligently collecting the best deal...
This is my first post or utterance on this site, so bear with me while I get in the swing of things… I’ve always wanted to get into woodworking so I can build useful and practical things with my own hands. Within the last few months I’ve come into a host of woodworking tools and machinery, most of which were simply given to me once I expressed interest. These items include: a Delta spindle sander, old craftsman dual disc/belt sander, a vintage Buffalo Tool drill press, a ...
View on YouTubeI had an amazing time at Woodworking in America. This was my first time there and I wasn’t 100% sure what to expect. As always, one of my biggest concerns was meeting and hanging out with new people and that was NO PROBLEM! Everyone I met was not just friendly, but downright welcoming. I wrote a complete blog article on my website with LOTS of pictures if you want to know more. I hope you don’t mind that I didn’t post all the pictures here. I figured si...
Hello again, For the past several months I have been working on this project of compiling all the woodworking, woodturning, woodcarving, and scrollsaw clubs located in North America. Compiling this list took me a lot of personal time, and my hope is that it will benefit all of my fellow woodworkers. I believe this list is the most comprehensive list on the internet to date. I would like to extend an invitation to anyone that would like to be added to this list to contact me. I have ...
These past few months have disappeared beneath me. I’ve learned some new skills in the shop and have been cranking out projects but all of the rest of my life has become more demanding of my time. Ironically my daughter has saved my woodworking hobby in that she has become more and more eager to help me with projects even at the age of four. So, the times that me and her do have together she actively asks what I’m working on and what I have planned next. I’m blessed by her a...
I don’t know why this video didn’t embed properly. I did it the same way I always have, but this time I got a black square. If you know why then please let me know! At least the YouTube link works. Here is the photo, but you will have to click on the link below the black box to see the video: Photo is not the video, click on link below black box to see video. View on YouTube ANYWAY… I inlaid decorative black stars in my slab coffee table. This is one of thos...
Project page here: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/261690 This is the conclusion of my toy chest build. Feedback and questions are welcome! Thanks for looking! I don’t know why but the you tube embed code isn’t displaying correctly, but you can click the linke below or the ‘view on YouTube’ at the very bottom. Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtqqPy_B_bw View on YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yv2FB-qURs Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXDdAhpPCok Thanks for watching, I hope you like it! Disclaimer: I’m not sure but I’d imagine there will be some Safety Sally comments about the placement of my stop when I’m cutting the tongues. Please trust me, I’m comfortable and know the limits of my saw and I respect it, in this situation it was acceptable because I was taking off such a small amount of material
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