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Outdoor Table Top finishing

02-09-2021 12:51 AM by Beachware | 0 comments »

I am carving a design into a flat table top , to be used outdoors at sub zero temperatures. I was told that you cannot protect it with an epoxy resin finish in outdoor conditions. What are my other options to seal the carved grooves outside ?

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Dealing with a blank wall #2: Dados!

02-08-2021 02:57 PM by bandit571 | 0 comments »

Seems to be the way to put parts together? Could have done the Dados with the latest Stanley 45…..waiting on cutters for it, though. Tried and true way? Lay out where they are to go… Then, set the blade height on the tablesaw. Check the mitre gauge that it is square to the blade….and then make a bunch of cuts ( my tablesaw can’t use dado blade sets) trying to leave the lines.. Was about here, I found out mitre gauge was 1 degree out of square…fix...

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Dealing with a blank wall #1: A plan is needed..

02-07-2021 03:25 PM by bandit571 | 0 comments »

Just put in a brand new toilet in the bathroom…..and still need some sort of storage spaces….there is the wall right behind the new “pot”..... Yeah, I don’t like that green paint, either….anyway….I thought about hanging a cabinet above the pot….like where those red lines are. I’d have to leave access to that light switch….and the corner is… Not the best place….however…I could leave a little space between the...

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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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