I had the pleasure of meeting up with VeniceWoodworker at a local watering hole here in my new home base of Venice Florida. The beer was cold and the talk flowed easily. I had a great time swapping life stories and having him fill me in on cons...
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Growing more galootish with every shhhht of the plane.
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So, back in June we packed up our house in upstate NY and moved down to the west coast of Florida. I managed to get my entire shop into one U-box (U-haul’s version of PODS) The ubox is 5’x8’x8’. I am looking forward to s...
I’ve seen several posts here on LumberJocks related to someone making a mallet for chiseling (not the round ones for carving) and wanting to know what the best angle is to put on the head. I put together a complete mallet making post that i...
Source: Tuning up a cheap spokeshave (in case you know already that you want the longer more detailed version)As many of you know, I prefer OLD tools. I rarely buy new and I am a firm believer in “you get what you pay for.” None of th...