Trestle shaped and glued up Frame and panel table top coming together, finished with pegged corners for strength and looks. A subframe on the trestle to stiffen the top and help hide most of the screws. The top is removable for ...
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Location: Buffalo NY
I'm an engineer by trade, I love boating and fishing and my woodworking tends to be in that arena. I've recently discovered how much I like working with hand tools. I've picked up a few hand planes and backsaws and really like working with them even if it takes a little longer sometimes.
-- Mike, Western New York
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|added project||Small Router Plane||17 days ago|
|commented on||Bowsaw||19 days ago|
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|commented on||Kolrosing||20 days ago|
|added project||Kolrosing||21 days ago|
|commented on||Bow Saw||31 days ago|
|commented on||Bubinga and Wenge Humidor||41 days ago|
|commented on||Ki-zuchi - Japanese plane mallets||41 days ago|
|added blog entry||Special table for toy trains #4: Finishing up||41 days ago|
|commented on||Spoons 4 and 5||43 days ago|
|commented on||Special table for toy trains #3: Getting the trestles together||43 days ago|
|added project||Spoons 4 and 5||46 days ago|
|added blog entry||Special table for toy trains #3: Getting the trestles together||47 days ago|
|commented on||Nicholson Bench #11: Almost finished leg vise||131 days ago|
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Once all these mortises and tenons were cut I was able to glue and peg up the base for the table. Next up refining the shape of the base and supports with some tapers and chamfered edges.
I’ve been using my bench for months now but never finished shaping the leg vise. I am working on a pin for the parrallel guide and decided I needed to shape the vise to prevent it from damaging the pin. Tonight I finished up all th...
I started a new project for my son this week. It involved some fun with a plow plane to start with. and then progressed into ripping almost 6 feet of 2” thick ash by hand. Talk about a workout. I finished the night by jointing the ed...