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|02-08-2011 10:44 PM||
Sleeper Cells by Suzanne Husky. (information gotten from www.design-milk.com on feb 8, 2011)
|02-04-2011 12:00 AM||
now THIS is a glue-up...... - 11 replies
“The tlf08 chair by Tobias Labarque is made of beams of Padauk wood, assembled into the form of a lounge chair. The corners of each beam have been rounded off to provide comfort, and the tree rings are shown in plain view so that you can see the tree’s structure.” (www.design-milk.com, Feb 3, 2011) Read more at Design Milk: http:/...
|02-01-2011 05:54 AM||
Need Help on project. (part two)...... - 2 replies
Thanks everyone for all the help with my last forum topic – trying to figure out a design for a chiropractic adjusting table. You guys came up with a lot of good points, and at the end I just realized that it wasn’t going to work (atleast not for now). Even though I liked how the last design looked, I think this will be a lot stron...
|01-31-2011 07:39 AM||
Need help on project. Joinery...... - 21 replies
Hey everyone. For those that dont know, I am going for my doctorate in chiropractic (unfortunately that means hardly any time for woodworking…except at night in my dreams). Chiropractic adjusting tables are not cheap, and tons of students are looking to buy them. So I figured maybe this would be my chance to build something and maybe se...
|01-27-2011 11:25 PM||
tools....money is no object...... - 56 replies
In my continuous dreaming of hopefully one day owning a top-of-the-line woodworking shop, I’m constantly looking up tools, and trying to figure out what is the BEST out there. Unfortunately with the VAST number of companies offering “top-of-the-line” tools, its hard to determine which one really is at the top, mainly because e...
|11-24-2010 03:49 PM||
A good way to start the holidays......not! - 25 replies
So most of you know I am a chiropractic student, and while I absolutely love it, it can be EXTREMELY difficult. I was supposed to have a test this morning in Spinal Anatomy II (the hardest class in the entire curriculum at Palmer) at 7:30AM. I have been studying for it for the last couple of days. Yesterday I studied from 8am until almost 1am...
|11-16-2010 03:28 AM||
negative side to blocking - 62 replies
I was on tonight and saw a forum/blog topic about someone who had a problem. They screwed up a project and was looking for ideas to fix it. I was just about to write him/her a pretty solid idea that no one else had mentioned that I think would have worked great – unfortunately I am blocked by this individual, so I couldnt. The only re...
|10-20-2010 02:52 AM||
No Lumberjock left behind..... - 63 replies
While there has been “drama” in the lumberjock community as of late, and some of us feel a little divided (me included, and guilty of), lets not forget why we are here – To support, learn, and encourage each other in this awesome hobby we all share! After I was done going through the Hot Projects tonight, I decided I would ta...
|10-12-2010 06:06 AM||
Using AJAX in wood finishing... - 3 replies
I read somewhere tonight, that you can use Ajax (the powder cleaner) instead of pumice or rottenstone to rub out a finish…....have any of you guys heard of this? and if you have done this before….does it work???? (for a high gloss, rubbed out finished)
|09-30-2010 04:24 AM||
Need Help: Outside finish coat for China Fir - 5 replies
hey LJs, My girlfriend’s mom just bought some adirondack chairs for her backyard. She said they are made of china fir (or chinese cedar) and stained with an oil stain. She is wondering whats the best top/protective coat to put on them to keep them protected outside. The only one i’m aware of is Spar Urethane but wasnt sure if...
|09-20-2010 03:39 AM||
Top 10 Reasons: Addicted to Lumberjocks - 8 replies
10. Your “latest activity” on your homepage only shows what you did THAT day 9. You can upload pics to Photobucket with your eyes closed 8. You check your email ONLY to see if you have any Lumberjock notifications 7. Your Posts outnumber your days of membership 6. You have at least THOUGHT about making an “Andy...
|09-19-2010 02:57 AM||
a Fix for the old Table saw... - 7 replies
Hey guys, I posted a forum topic last week about fixing my neighbors old craftsman table saw. Here is the link if you are wondering what I was trying to fix (side metal was bowing out and sucking in, not allowing me to get an exact 90 and 45 degree) Anyways. I fixed it by attaching some angle iron to the sides to stiffen up the the metal wh...
|09-10-2010 04:22 PM||
Help!!! Old Craftsman tablesaw - 13 replies
hey Lumberjocks. While i am no dummy, and am definitely smarter than a tablesaw (haha) it seems like the old craftsman table saw has gotten the better of me. my neighbor lets me use his woodworking shop and all his tools (nicest guy ever, he quit the hobby, so he has all this equipment just sittin there). anyways, I can not get his table saw ...
|08-27-2010 02:03 AM||
Search Function - 11 replies
I was wondering if there is a way to search for things (like projects) with pictures? When you search for a project you get a huge list of descriptions of each project, which means you have to click on each description to see what it is, what it looks like, etc, etc. Maybe I’m missing something, and there is a way, but i’m not see...
|08-11-2010 07:20 AM||
figured wood finishing question. - 12 replies
Hey LJ’s I’m doing some research before i start to make my first ukulele (small guitar). I want to use a figured maple for the sides (maybe for all of it). When using a very figured wood, how do you finish it to get the the figure to really pop out?? or maybe a better way to say it is how do you enhance the figure and give it s...
|08-09-2010 02:28 AM||
Both links are completely safe. I’ve been looking at them for a while now – trying to build up the courage to attempt my first ukulele build. This first link has a great picture tutorial – the “how to” for the Rosette Inlaying is AMAZING. There is some really unique/cool jigs in here, as well as a process of st...
|07-27-2010 06:31 AM||
wipe on poly, question! - 13 replies
I am restoring a 100+ year old ukulele that was sitting up in my parents attic for god knows how long. It has no sentimental value, but I actually play the ukulele so thought I’d be a nice addition. I sanded it down as best I could. It has a lot of stress fractures in the wood – not sure if thats the correct term – but it lo...
|07-18-2010 05:17 AM||
Where would you even begin????........ - 30 replies
So i’m guessing (if anyone actually takes interest in this) this might stir up a LOT of different ideas as to how this might be done. Unfortunately none of these ideas will come from me!! haha…Where would someone even begin to build the WOOD aspect of this? Once I graduate Palmer and have time to hone in on my woodworking skills ...
|07-13-2010 03:11 AM||
I was just fooling around tonight on the site and just realized we could see who was “online” at any moment. It got me thinking – I think it would be GREAT to have some sort of “Chatroom Tab” – kind of like the “Forums Tab,” there could be different Chatrooms for different topics. I’ve lea...
|07-09-2010 06:09 AM||
Cherry finishing question - 19 replies
I’ve heard Cherry doesnt take stain very well? Is there other things Cherry doesnt take well, or should be avoided with cherry? And the opposite…what works really well with Cherry (coloring, finishing, etc)? Thanks a lot!