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Fixing loose chair joints

10-12-2019 11:07 AM by WoodshopTherapy | 2 comments »

I thought I’d share some knowledge on how to repair chairs properly. I’ve seen so many failed repairs, that I hope this helps people learn do fix chairs the right way. I’ve seen hot glue, screws, nails, and glue applied to the lip of joints – none of these work. I dedicated 20 minutes to show how to do this the right way. I include tips on glue, cleaning up joinery, clamping, and disassembly. I hope you find this educational. Scott https://youtu.be/XSVGLTpCMHo...

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How to replace a broken chair leg?

09-21-2019 01:20 PM by WoodshopTherapy | 0 comments »

I had a customer bring me back a broken chair that I had already repaired. At first my heart stopped thinking I had failed my customer. Upon inspection, the chair leg broke in a different spot… the solution… build a new chair leg. I’m sharing this video to show you how to replace a broken chair leg. I hope you find it useful. https://youtu.be/ckUcecfQRb8

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Woodworking tips from repairing a broken chair leg

06-07-2019 10:22 AM by WoodshopTherapy | 4 comments »

I’ve improved my woodworking skills and knowledge from repairing furniture over the years. I pick up on how pieces are constructed and learn how to conceal flaws. This is my latest video on repairing a broken chair leg. If you haven’t tried repairing a piece of furniture before, I encourage you to try it out. https://youtu.be/AJUWn8QqXVY

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POUL JENSEN Z CHAIR RESTORATION #1: Chair disassembled and details inspection

05-19-2019 09:34 PM by Tango | 4 comments »

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How to Repair Broken Wood

04-25-2019 11:42 PM by WoodshopTherapy | 2 comments »

In my furniture repair business, people frequently ask if broken wood can be fixed. In many cases it can. In this video I show three examples of how to repair broken wood. I hope you find it helpful. https://youtu.be/AdfhyZvVkio

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How to Replace Broken Chair Stretchers

04-17-2019 12:53 PM by WoodshopTherapy | 1 comment »

I documented how I go about replacing broken or missing chair stretchers. This may seem challenging, but once you see how it’s done, it will be less intimidating. This video shows measuring, cutting, joinery, staining, and assembly details. Let me know what you think. I also show my lumber storage solution for shorts… I hope that’s helpful too! https://youtu.be/2k2rUCF-6iI

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How to Properly Repair a Wobbly Chair

04-12-2019 12:51 AM by WoodshopTherapy | 2 comments »

I do a lot of chair repairs, so I thought I would share some knowledge from my experience on how to take apart and glue up a wobbly chair properly https://youtu.be/dKqIVWTpIiA

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Morris Chair build ala. Wood Mag. plans #1: And so it begins

01-28-2019 09:08 PM by Mainiac Matt | 22 comments »

One of my main goals in setting up a home woodshop has been to make heirloom quality furniture in the Mission and Arts & Crafts motifs. And after two hope chests, three sets of speakers and a platform bed, I’m finally ready to dive into my first real furniture piece, a Morris chair. After reviewing most of the plans out there, I decided that I liked the Wood Magazine plan best. After much clean up and organization to reclaim the horizontal surfaces of the shop from junk col...

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Stickley No. 369 Slant-arm Morris Chair #1: Project start

12-18-2018 12:45 PM by TigerTed | 0 comments »

Project for this series

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Desk Chairs #7: All Done - Except for Finishing

01-15-2018 02:37 PM by EarlS | 7 comments »

I might as well get another entry written this morning while I wait for the snow to stop falling. After sanding all of the front leg parts and the back leg parts with 220 grit paper, easing the edges, but not rounding them over, I glued everything up. The pieces went together easily as I have dry assembled them several times. There aren’t a lot of joints to glue on either leg assembly which was also a big help. Generally, I let things dry over night to make sure the glue is well se...

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