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A box project, for December #2: Finger joints, and a glue up...

12-02-2020 12:41 AM by bandit571 | 1 comment »

of a blank for a lid..of sorts. Sorted through the narrow stuff….trying to find enough that matched…got out the second batch.. Might be a few….they needed a bit of work,,,,but, to do that, I needed the tablesaw cleared off, and a few clamps handy…. Let these sit a bit. Ok, rip fence set up…about 1-3/4” width….run all the narrow slats through….reset to 1-1/2” width, and run the bad edges through…..resort….then the jun...

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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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bench vise for carving. #1: Carving ideas

11-29-2020 03:13 PM by celticbikers | 1 comment »

I’m looking for the plans to make a benchtop or freestanding type of Benchtop Carving Standthat Jim65 made. https://www.lumberjocks.com/projects/80492#comments

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Blanket Chest Project #16: Varnish, and some handles...almost done..

11-25-2020 04:25 AM by bandit571 | 4 comments »

Monday night, got bored…..decided to brush on the first coat of varnish…..wound up with a sore back…...rather than set the chest up on something…I left it sitting on the floor….varnished the underside of the main lid…and then closed the lid…...Then worked my way around all 4 sides…..and the top of the lid….and let that sit overnight…. Tuesday morning, figured I could check on the varnish, to see how it turned out…..lid was s...

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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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Blanket Chest Project #14: Day #16 (already?)

11-20-2020 02:52 AM by bandit571 | 2 comments »

thanks to some shopping the other day…we now have some hinges to install….and a box of planks for later, after the finish is done… well, had to smooth things out on this lid, first…kept the hinges and some tools at the ready…. Ok, then marked out where the hinges would need to go…to avoid some spots in the rails where the rail and stiles meet…Hinges also need to have the “barrel” facing down…means a few extra chops.. Router ...

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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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Blanket Chest Project #4: Day #4

11-07-2020 03:30 AM by bandit571 | 2 comments »

another 2 hours worth….sharpened the mortise chisel…and put it back to work.. The bevel had become rounded a bit,,,,flattened that back out… Seems to work much better, now….I also changed the bandsaw blade..old one was getting a bit too dull, was burning the wood, more than just making a cut..cuts better, now Only had 3 mortises to do… Then I could stash the last frame over by the first 3 frames.. 2 end frames, a front and a back frame…time t...

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Blanket Chest Project #3: day 3, all 2 hours worth

11-06-2020 08:06 AM by bandit571 | 2 comments »

Had the measurements for the raised panels….needed a way to make a panel to that size..3/4” x 10-3/4” x 12-3/8”.. Boards are already 3/4” thick…and I can just cut the 1×6 into 11” long sections….it was that last one, that proved difficult….so, I hauled a 6’ (more or less) long plank to the shop…meaning not only did I have to duck me head about the 4th step from the shop floor….that plank had to as well….then...

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