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Loft Dining Table

01-05-2020 08:33 PM by BuildItYourself | 0 comments »

HelloToday I show my new project Loft Dining Table. The whole is made of oak wood. Painted with nitro stain and Italian varnish for countertops. The table base is made of a 60×40 metal profile. In this project I was learning to weld for the first time (I think it went pretty well). The base was powder painted black matt. Table dimensions: 1500×900mm and is folded out to 2500×900mm. Look my video

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Woods 3 Project: Pokémon Trading Card Game Playing Table

12-18-2019 10:35 PM by NoahVisger21 | 1 comment »

I have been working on a table for playing the Pokémon Trading Card Game in my woods class. I made it all out of hickory wood, because we ran out of white birch. So far, I have made the legs of the table, and the supporting beams that connect to the legs and the table to so that the table won’t collapse. I made the table top before everything else, but unfortunately, the middle board of the table warped and then I had to cut it out. That’s where I am at currently, I need to get th...

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Quick Clamp To Workbench DIY

10-28-2019 04:16 PM by BuildItYourself | 0 comments »

Hello.How to make quick clamp to workbench. It is a quick project and very useful :) Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r43DSjpcP1E

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Quick Clamp To Workbench

10-28-2019 04:13 PM by BuildItYourself | 0 comments »

Hello.How to make quick clamp to workbench. It is a quick project and very useful :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r43DSjpcP1E

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Cutting pyramids on top of tapered chair backs – Kevin Rodel’s side chair

10-15-2019 04:52 AM by DHS | 2 comments »

I recently built six craftsman-style dining chairs following instructions in Kevin Rodel’s article in the March/April 2007 issue of Fine Woodworking (Vol. 190). However, one seemingly simple procedure (that was not well described in the article) had me flummoxed. The article stated instructed the reader to, “Cut the shallow pyramid heads on both the front and rear legs.” Yes, I needed to cut pyramids on top of the front and back legs. The front legs were no problem. The legs were squar...

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Carviings #1: Ships Bell

09-30-2019 08:43 PM by Paul S. | 0 comments »

One of the best things about having children is that, when you reach a certain age, they want to make sure that you’re not just sitting around wasting away. Toward that end, they come with “projects” that you can do for them to keep you busy. I’m working on another item for my grandson’s nautical-themed nursery. Although not nearly as complicated as my first (see my Window Seat in Projects if you haven’t already) this one poses its own challenges for my han...

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Foot Stool #4: Some carving for the top

07-21-2019 07:34 AM by icemanhank | 1 comment »

This is for my wife Heather, say no more! Still some finishing to be done.

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Baseball Home Plate

05-02-2019 09:25 PM by Not Here | 0 comments »

Check out this wood baseball home plate that you can easily customize for a kid’s team:https://youtu.be/RlrOFxf74CE

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Arts and Crafts Dresser #11: Wrap it up

03-31-2019 05:41 PM by BlueRidgeDog | 5 comments »

Long fun project. The final steps were four coats of Osmo rubbed out with #0000 and woollube after coat 3. For a modified Arts and Crafts design, I like it. If fits the intended space and use and works with some of my existing period pieces. I won’t go into the design details as they are included early on in the build series. There are a few finish defects that I will scrape and touch up, but nothing dramatic. The top will not be attached until it is in-place (heavy enough...

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Morris style glider #18: Done!

03-14-2019 01:25 PM by Ryan Tanguay | 2 comments »

Finally finished! My wife helped make the cushions, which really add to the comfort! Wasn’t the best chair to sit in without them. I have been enjoying rocking in it and hope to for years to come. Feels so good to have it finally done after nearly 5 years…

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