Adirondack Chair Build (part 1)

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Blog entry by Woodworker_Collins posted 07-18-2013 07:07 PM 1577 reads 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here it is guys my first youtube build, i hope you will enjoy, part 2 should be out tomorrow :)

-- Adam, Ireland,

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#1 posted 07-18-2013 10:16 PM

Keep up´╗┐ the great work Adam. Its amazing what one can get accomplished with out the use of big expensive stationary equipment! Great job bro! as a side note, I love it when people post their bloopers. It makes them seem more real!

-- "Nothing happens until you build it"

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#2 posted 07-18-2013 10:56 PM

You did a nice job on producing the video,
I was thinking the same thing as posted above, it was nice to see someone building a project, using (what I call handyman type machines), you have a very nice setup with your table saw, and power switch, as well as a real nice workshop setup for yourself, and most of all, your doing a great job on this build project,
You have good woodworking talent, and I am looking forward to your next installment.

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#3 posted 07-19-2013 12:36 PM

Good start Adam. I would suggest you use a starting pin when routing with your ball bearing bits. This will make routing safer and also avoid digging in at the start of your cut. You can just drill a hole a couple of inches away from your bit opening and insert the pin when you need it. A pin of about 8mm did. is about the right size. When you start a cut, just put the edge of the workpiece against the pin first and keep it there while you move the workpiece into the router bit. That will give you a much safer and smoother start.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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#4 posted 07-22-2013 03:37 PM

Comin right along Adam

-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Keep your dust collector fed. [email protected]

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