I finally got back into the shop on my bench build. I have been sidelined for awhile with a bum elbow and well snuck down into the shop anyway. Shhhh do not tell my wife. I was going to make the front six inches or so five inches thick...
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The only rule I live by is learn something everyday and my time in the workshop is the same. I can not see how anyone who builds a project could ever put a tool down after that with outwith drawl.
-- so a bear and a rabbit are sitting on a log
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I probably spelled that wrong, anyway so I am sitting here at work and thinking as I look through all the impressive projects that fellow lumberjocks have posted and a thought occurs. I have seen tables, chairs, boxes, jigs and probably stands for...
So I am starting my bench except where I purchased my lumber they or he did not have the lumber I wanted in 8/4 stock so I have gone with 4/4 stock. I am curious is every one uses 8/4 because it is less gluing up or am I in reality going to ru...
So my wife and I rock five kids so sometimes as with this year we bump our Christmas back some to get the kids a little more. This year we decided to wait til this last week and set aside an amount of money a piece to let us “gift” our...
The B-17 has been painted and needs it’s redneck details before entering into the RAF (Redneck AirForce). I went with wheels for propellers, I personally like how it looks but hey who am I. I am going to make a stand and send it off to a...