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JWW #1: JWW

05-30-2015 05:18 AM by parkprimus | 0 comments »

So lately I have been getting back into Japanese wood working but this time it is different. I am not sure if it is because I have better steel or better technique or both. I think the biggest part of it is that I am better at sharpening my chisels. I was never really good at sharpening when I was younger but now I can make a blade truly sharp. I am very fascinated with the planes or kanna. From what I have seen they are pretty expensive to buy too. If anyone has some pointers on building ...

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Wooden Bowl #2: Mahadev Wood Industries

05-30-2015 05:08 AM by mahadevwood | 0 comments »

We make Eco-friendly, unique and innovative Wooden Bowls. Natural Wood bowls Display your grace and style even in preserving the fruits and vegetables our all handcrafted unique collection of wooden bowls is useful to hold items as well as lend a natural appeal to your interior. Bowls may be small or large depending on their use. Large and deep bowls are generally used to serve salads or punches. Smaller and shallower bowls are used to serve side dishes, desserts, soups or dips

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3d Printer #1: model for snow blower worm gear mount

05-30-2015 02:42 AM by Dan'um Style | 3 comments »

I have a buddy on the east coast that needed a part made. He mailed the broken part along with some gardening stuff and I made a 3d model in Solidworks… Will run it on my 3d printer.

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Filling in time..... The re-do's #2: The living room tables Part II

05-29-2015 10:23 PM by Luddite | 2 comments »

Somewhere in May 2015 Re-do of the orphaned end table. Used every day but ignored until now. —————————————————————————————————————————————Fun table to make. Needed it for the end of the couch. The top had a few blemish...

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Filling in time..... The re-do's #1: The living room tables Part I

05-29-2015 09:37 PM by Luddite | 1 comment »

Somewhere around March or April 2015 I’d just finished the Cherry Morris Chairs project. I needed to repair the lift mechanism on the accursed Jet Super Saw, that’s a whole other story, and had some down time. My wife suggested, with unconstrained directness, that I either cleanup the mess in the garage and/or while I’m at it do a refinish on our mesquite coffee and side table. Being loathe to argue, outwardly, I decided I could make an attempt. The cleanup could w...

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Home Made Tools and Jigs #1: Self Centering 1/2" Dowel Drilling Jig for the Invisio - Hinge

05-29-2015 08:27 PM by Jerry | 8 comments »

Made from $12.00 worth of bronze bushings and a shaft collar. The shaft collar has a set screw that holds a 1/8” drill bit in place, so you would need to use 1/8” axles for your hinge pieces. The largest bushing has an inside diameter of 1/2”. The second bushing an outside diameter of 1/2” and an inside diameter of 3/8”. The shaft collar has an outside diameter of 3/8”, takes a 1/8” drill bit, and uses an allen set screw that takes a 1/16R...

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About Gilding

05-29-2015 04:52 PM by vahid | 2 comments »

Friends I would like to talk about gilding here, but I’d rather to leave it for you to pose questions first -if there is-.

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Combine #16: Little different/extra

05-29-2015 03:19 PM by Dutchy | 3 comments »

It is some time ago that I posted a blog entry. The reason is that I was waiting for a steering wheel I ordered in the USA. I took 7 weeks. Below some pictures of what I did extra or different than the building plan Thanks for wathing.

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Shop Saftey - Dust Masks #1: Why did I not wear one.

05-29-2015 02:56 PM by jerrells | 2 comments »

I, as a retired person, generally fall into woodworking, scroll saw, as my past time activity. YES, I know, or should have, that shop dust and wearing some type of masks is important. But they are hot, limit breathing and are a pain. Well as someone with ironical asthma I have now landed in ER and the hospital twice this year. At this point I am still not cleared to be back in the shop. Well, now I have done a lot of reading on dust masks and respirators. Your first line of defense is to l...

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Vaughns finsihed bench

05-29-2015 01:34 PM by Vaughnilla | 0 comments »

Bench is done. Finsihed painting yesterday it took about 7 weeks to complete

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