For the longest time I have been limited on wood selection. It had to fit in the back of my 98 ford contour. Well it finally died in august and it’s taken this long to save up and find a suitable replacement. I know I haven’t had ma...
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I have been a woodworker for as far back as i can remember. as of my writing this I am beginning to furnish my home workshop. I enjoy building cabinets, toys, beds,etc. the only thing i dont build is chairs (too much work and i dont own a steam bender)
i also do metalwork (armor is my specialty)
-- tools are only as good as the hands that hold them https://www.custommade.com/by/emeraldcrafts/
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One thing I like about living in the Seattle area is the huge variety of stuff you can find here. I have 5 different salvage stores to choose from and 4 different slab stores (that i know of) . You can find just about anything you can imagine an...
I didnt bother posting this in my project list because its mostly metal but i figured people might like to see it anyways. This is made from some reclaimed purple heart chunks I bought from the salvage shop for $5 each. If I could afford it IR...
I went through the entire shed today and got all the junk that has been accumulating for the last year or so out of it (two garbage cans so far). After I swept the wood shavings out I noticed a 6 inch wide hole in the floor. So I had to replace...
Now that it isn’t 40 degrees and hailing I had more energy to do some work done in the shop today. I tried out a new splitting technique on one of my black locust logs and managed to get about 4 planks from it. I used my skilsaw to cut alo...