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The Rebuild #1: Out with the burned, in with the blue

01-30-2014 12:20 AM by Monte Pittman | 30 comments »

First and foremost, as most of you would do, get back to work. The Sawmill survived the fire and I still have a few logs to saw. Luckily my entire stock of dry wood did not burn. I did lose about 75% however. So I have to get more cut and drying. In the couple days before the fire I had cut and stacked about 1500 board feet of wood. Those stacks were the first to burn. So this afternoon I got some cut and will stack in the attached garage. Right now I am just sawing beetle kill...

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The Latest Update From The American Craftsman Workshop

07-12-2010 07:19 AM by Todd A. Clippinger | 29 comments »

Finally! Well guys, I am finally getting my schedule and projects under control. But I am still busy working 7 days a week to catch up. For the last couple of weeks I have been knocking off work between 10 and 10:30pm. Working from 7am to 10pm sounds like a long day but it is short compared to the previous 3 months that I was working 7am until 1 or 1:30am. There were two instances where I worked from 7am one morning until 11:30 the next night with only about a 1hour nap. I find that ...

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This economy ?

02-07-2012 06:49 PM by Doug Scott | 29 comments »

I”m sure most of you have had time to watch TV and what the news stories have been reporting, New york city tested someone to TRY to live on 50.000 a year and now in Miami Fla, they are talking about someone that can’t live on 75,0000.What kind of life style do these people expect to live on in this economy, Some of us have to cut back and do without luxuries. That means living like some of us poor people live all the time.I have been brought up with this pounded into my head,...

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Peace and Harmony (I hope!!) #1: A new start as a pro

05-03-2008 03:27 AM by Myron Wooley | 29 comments »

Today was the last day of my career as a Sr. Quality Engineer for a medical device manufacturer. This day has been a long time time coming, and it brought up a lot of mixed emotions.I am now a professional in the field of furniture repair and restoration. My son Tommy and I have gone into business together and purchased a Furniture Medic franchise.We will be traveling to Memphis in June for training, and our shingle goes up June 23.Wish us luck!

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Online Scroll Saw Class - Incredibly Fun Adventures in Scroll Sawing #7: Cutting Inside Corners and Angles

08-20-2011 08:59 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 29 comments »

So far we have looked at how to prepare our wood, choose a blade, cast on and off a piece and cut outside curves and corners. Now it is time we do some inside cutting. Most people associate scroll sawing with cutting fretwork. At first many people don’t understand that in order to cut fretwork pieces, you need to drill entry holes in the ‘waste area’ (or the part of the pattern that drops away when you finish your cut) and thread the blade through that drilled hole ...

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Torque Workcentre at work.. #9: The all new video clips.

07-31-2009 06:30 AM by degoose | 28 comments »

Here is the all new promo with voice over straight from the editing room.Please take the time to look at it all and I hope that you enjoy.

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Don't lose your shirt on Ebay!

12-11-2010 05:14 PM by StumpyNubs | 28 comments »

I built a beautiful Bombay desk from rich mahogany and rosewood. I spent months hunched over it with my carving chisels creating perfectly crisp details. When I was done I knew it was the most beautiful thin I’d ever make. I put it on ebay, sold it for twenty five bucks to a guy who complained it was going to cost so much to crate and ship across the country, and when it arrived it was dented and splintered, so I had to give a full refund, pay the return shipping and burn it in the shop stove...

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Torque Workcentre at work.. #17: Coming to the USA

02-02-2010 10:43 PM by degoose | 28 comments »

There is lots of exciting news regarding the Torque Workcentre...I can’t tell you everything at this stage…. we are still in negaotiations with various parties…... but what I can tell you is that the Torque Workcentre will be available in the U.S..of A. very soon….and no I will not be coming to the states just yet… but there is a definite possibility that I will be able to visit in the forseeable future…

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The Rebuild #4: The weekends accomplishments

03-02-2014 11:06 PM by Monte Pittman | 28 comments »

The mitre saw is setup, The table saw is assembled and ready to fire The dust collector is prepared for action Although the Dewalt mitre saw is 120 volt, the table saw and dust collector are 220. I have all the wiring run with the exception of making the final connection to the breakers. Primarily because I can’t find the right screwdriver at home and chose not to make a special trip into town for the screwdriver. Most of those tools were in the shop. I did manage ...

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Calling All MY LJ Buddies and Who ever would like to help

05-17-2011 05:38 PM by sawblade1 | 28 comments »

Good Morning, This morning I applied to be nominated for a small business grant worth $50,000 to hire employees and grow. I need My LJ buddies to vote and post to help get the numbers up here is the link below http://business.intuit.com/directory/info-impressions-woodcraft-akron-oh I know without a doubt you guy’s will definitely help I Thank you in advance, Please help me grow and give a couple people a job :)

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