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Secret Door

01-11-2021 08:38 PM by BuildItYourself | 6 comments »

Hello Metamorphosis of my workshop. Today we are making a secret door to the second workshop. The door is invisible against the whole wall made of old boards. To open the door, simply turn the plane clockwise. The whole wall has its own atmosphere and looks very nice. Watch the full video tutorial:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGxXnATCbWU&feature=youtu.be Thanks for looking.-BIY

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Japanese woodworking in Taiwan #4: Mitered Joint/插角/隅留 Last part of this project

12-01-2020 10:21 AM by HANN | 0 comments »

This joint are used on the corner of the building.Mitered Joint Production processIf you like to see how it really work can check my project.Japanese woodworking in Taiwan

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Japanese woodworking in Taiwan #3: Dovetail/阿里榫/蟻掛ari #joinery #carpentry

11-21-2020 05:17 AM by HANN | 6 comments »

Taiwanese woodworking is like half blood from Japanese and Chinese, so it comes to be a little different. Hope you enjoy it.Part 3 Dovetail/阿里榫/蟻掛ari

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Japanese woodworking in Taiwan #2: Stepped goose neck splice/鎌継 #joinery #carpentry

11-14-2020 05:12 AM by HANN | 4 comments »

This is Japanese Joint in Taiwan. I want to show you how it really work in the work place in my video. Hope you like it.Part 2 Stepped goose neck splice/鎌継

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Japanese woodworking in Taiwan #1: Scarf Joint/追掛大栓継/犁壁榫

11-08-2020 06:28 PM by HANN | 4 comments »

Japanese woodworking in Taiwan PART 1.

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Wooden Mallet

11-08-2020 12:40 PM by BuildItYourself | 0 comments »

Hello, I would like to show you what kind of wooden mallet I made. Wooden mallet is made of oak wood and gray oak veneer. The stages of creation are presented in the video step by step https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Y2uoNloGKM&feature=youtu.be RegardsBIY

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23" jitterbug lure, wall hanger #10: Making the eyeballs.

10-13-2020 12:41 AM by grosa | 2 comments »

Here is a picture of me holding the lure so you guys get an idea how big this jitterbug lure is. Making the eyeball i took some scrap Beech wood, squared it up and put it on the lath. Turned it to 2” diameter. Next i need to make a jig to hold the router over this turning. I start with some plywood cut roughly to size. A bottomand two sides. The bottom i mark out a square to fit the turning base. Next i cut out the square on the scroll saw. Check the fit. Next i cut t...

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Unintended “Steampunk” Mallet Build

10-03-2020 01:15 AM by Woodstock | 7 comments »

First off. Credit for this idea came from fellow Lumberjock camp764 who found the idea on Pinterest, where he suspects it originally came from Woodsmith magazine. Give credit where credit’s due. I am a member of a rather active mid-sized woodturning club. “Wine Country Wood Turners” here in the North San Francisco Bay Area, till the Corona 19 snuck up on the world. (And for the last few days, part of the fires in the wine country.) Now with everyone locally having gone into loc...

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de Havilland Mosquito muti role combat aircraft ww2 In Olive Wood

08-25-2020 05:16 PM by Pedropete1 | 1 comment »

Well it has been a few months now with all the restrictions but progress has been made slowly. The last pictures showed the Mossie in a carved out shape from a huge olive stump around 3-400 years old you can tell by the red colour. The only tools used is a Chain saw for the stump and a small band saw for the parts also a very small drill 2mm bit . Cutting and shaping this olive wood is no mean feat the wood is hard and soft in places which did surprise me a little being this old, it would bre...

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Carving ink pens #1: Creating Ink pen from Local Wood Native to GA U.S.

08-18-2020 07:25 PM by RJaltman18 | 4 comments »

This week I’ll be carving my First ink pen from yellow slash pine. Will be slim line with no detail. Just learning the basics of carving into a round blank the going from their to a finish product. All work to be done my hands from carving to sanding to finishes. Will post pictures of my finished work for review from members on Lumber Jocks.

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