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278 days ago

looking for straight razor kit & knife kits - 4 replies

Hello,I am looking for a good place to buy straight razor kits and knife kits. I want to make my own scales for both straight razors and for my knives. Can anyone recommend a good supplier?

361 days ago

(Another) Dust collection question for a very small shop - 12 replies

I’ve read a number of threads on dust collecting but i think I need to post because my situation seems to be A LOT different from others. 1. We live in a condo. I “negotiated” with my husband, a space that will probably be 8FT X 7Ft for my shop. We’re talking small, but it’ll beat the crap out of doing stuff on...

522 days ago

Flock over flocking? Flocking over darker woods with light colored flocking - 7 replies

I have several boxes where the wood is dark in nature and has shown through the flocking. Since these are girly boxes, the flocking needs to be a girly color – pink. So I ordered a light pink and applied the flocking “glue/paint.” to the boxes. I may have coated it too lightly with the glue considering the dark nature of th...

661 days ago

Need help on a turned piece - polyurethane and Mylands Friction Polish - 2 replies

So i turned a piece to a very nice shine last night, and realize there was a little divit I wanted to fill with polyurethane. Of course it was only later that i realized i used Mylands Friction Polish on the piece (which probably has wax) and the polyurethane seems ever so slightly tacky this morning. dangit. So I have my husband throwing t...

694 days ago

Cocobolo and darkening - 5 replies

Hello, Well i am writing this because I am makeing sure I will be able to give a customer what she requested. i am making a shaving kit, and she wants it in cocobolo based on past products i have created: Razor 1 So here is what I have made so far: So i have been turning her set, and while the wood was much darker before tu...

937 days ago

Who has used mini wax stain? - 13 replies

The fiance and I are building a cake plate based on shipright's a tree made of wood and we’re almost done with construction (yaaay). as you can see we have to do some sanding to make the roots look a little more smoother. we used a combo of tightbond II and cherry wood dust to fill in the gaps where the roots met the cylinder botto...

948 days ago

What do you call the thingy joint that swings - 34 replies

So, what do you call the thingy joint that swings, such as in these mirrors i understand the mirror place in the wood, and there’s a hole that you stick a dowel and then the mirror backing has another hole inwhich the dowel goes into and you put the two together and they swing. how do you make sure the piece is able to swing? Do you j...

986 days ago

Debating on Nova precision Midi chuck or Barracuda Lathe Chuck System - 14 replies

I really want to turn some mini bird houses and I feel I would have better controll if i had a midi chuck for my midi lathe. wood craft put out an add that their Nova precision Midi chuck is $100 at woodcrafthttp://www.woodcraft.com/Product/2080325/28578/Nova-Precision-Midi-Chuck-with-Two-Jaw-Sets.aspx Barracuda Lathe Chuck Systemhttp://ww...

1002 days ago

I was featured on a crafting blog - 2 replies

I was featured on Simply Shiny Life – a wonderful crafting blog. A very nice interview was given. Please check it out http://shinyadornments.com/sim​plyshiny/

1016 days ago

Trouble with dick sing's method of turning miniature birdhouses - a little help is appreciated - 9 replies

So i picked up dick sing’s book on turning minature bird houses. before getting any further than that I must say i don not own a chuck – I have been using my bottle stopper chuck / mandrel from psi industries to turn my bird houses. So getting a chuck might be the solution to my issues. So i get the main bird house shape just f...

1040 days ago

Woodturning a compound cut - 1 reply

Ok i know scroll sawers are familiar with compound cutting but has anyone done a compound cut and then turned it? I am doing wine gobbets for my fiance and I and I thought it might be cute to do a compund cut (like a heart). Has anyone combined the two before? Does anyone have a heart pattern I can test (compound pattern)? thanks jocks!

1057 days ago

indexing on a lathe / looking for a chuck for the Jet 1014VSI - 0 replies

Ok i am close to imagining how this is done but the light bulb is still flickering. I understand you can use the pins in the indexing holes and the piece will stay in place and not turn… but then how do people remove wood in order to flute a column? do i use a my mini router and remove wood? what surface do i rest my router on, the tool...

1060 days ago

In search for a good small lathe for under $500 ish - 22 replies

Hello fellow jocks,After too many incidences of me getting into a sparring match with said a-hole at the community shop, fiancé decided that I should get a lathe to use on the patio before I shank the lathe bully (we are getting married and fiancé is hoping I can attend the wedding so long as I stay away from hurting this fellow). So I am in ...

1115 days ago

protecting an image printed on wood - 8 replies

Ok so some of you may or may not know what embossing is but i’ll give a quick explanation. Embossing ink basically works like regular ink except it’s a little more glue like. When you emboss an image you basically apply embossing ink to a stamp, stamp it onto the paper (or in this case wood). then you apply embossing powder and it...

1176 days ago

Prepairing branches - found wood - 15 replies

So we had a snow storm and of course a bunch of branches from some evergreen trees fall (no idea what type of evergreen). I thought “Perfect! Free wood for a wedding project i had in mind: Escort Card Holders!” So i went out with my hand saw and sawed off 3 fallen branches that are between 1.5” – 3” in width, a...

1184 days ago

Help needed buying a small set of CARBIDE BURRS - 3 replies

Hello I do a good deal of intarsia, mostly smaller projects (less than 12”, usually around the 4-6” ornament size) and i need suggestions on an affordable set of CARBIDE BURRS. I understand SABURR makes a good set of carving burrs, but at $250 for an 18 piece set of fine grit burrs it’s a little pricey. http://www.woodc...

1212 days ago

Going to Hawaii for honeymoon - so where's the local wood store? - 16 replies

So my fiance and I are booking the honeymoon and one thing I want to go is go to the local wood store and buy some to take back(hahaha). We’re going to Maui and Kauai, any one know of any places I can get some wood? anyone been to Maui Laminates Inc?

1246 days ago

looking for project plans for a nice box to hold a Marriage Certificate (for punk rockers) - 9 replies

I have two friends of mine that are getting married in January. I’m looking for an easy to do box that can hold their Marriage Certificate. Not sure if there are any project plans out there. They’re both punk rockers so i thought it might be cute to have two little armbands with the pyramid spikes connected rather than having tw...

1254 days ago

For those who have done turquoise inlay: Ca glue or epoxy? - 15 replies

Hello! I have a question for those who have done turquoise inlay: do you prefer Ca glue or epoxy? I have a maple burl box in which i want to fill some voids that are in the burl with turquoise. I have a 5 minute epoxy at home made by loclite, but I am totally OK with doing a quick run to the hardware store and getting some CA glue if people...

1274 days ago

Facebook application - 3 replies

Has anyone gotten the facebook/lumberjocks application to work? I’ve tried many times to post my lumberjock projects to my facebook page and I jsut can’t do it.

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