Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'diy'

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Woodworking skills are very useful for furniture repairs. See how easy it is.

03-26-2022 01:46 PM by WoodshopTherapy | 2 comments »

In my latest video, I show how easy it is to repair this broken piecrust table. From broken wood to re-gluing loose joints, it’s an easy project for someone with woodworking skills. Link to video—>

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My Woodworking Journey #4: My First Table From Two Years Ago

02-03-2021 01:49 PM by Gerald Etto | 2 comments »

Throwback to September 2018, when I made my first table after enrolling in Steve Ramsey’s The Weekend Woodworker course. There are 101 flaws with this table, but I remember feeling good at the moment. I made something, instead of consuming something. That meant a lot. I have since recycled this table into a cyclone dust collector cart, but I did use it for over a year. My daughter did her artwork on it when she was 7 and got paint all over it. I cherish those memories and perh...

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Vintage Lathe Need Your Help!

11-16-2020 07:25 PM by RedShedWoodworks | 4 comments »

I was gifted this amazing lathe that works extremely well! I have been able to turn lamp bases, vases, rolling pins, and so much more! HOWEVER, I would like to try some bowls and need to figure out how to change the spur drive out for the bowl clamp! I have a plate that screws onto the head-stock, but I need to get the spur off. The other spurs that I have look like they are just pressed into the head-stock, but I cannot figure out a way to get it out of the head-stock! Thanks for an...

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Vise choice stumping you ? Have a small shop ? DIY Moxon vice

10-20-2020 09:29 PM by OldBull | 1 comment »

There is a lot of noise when searching woodworking topics. Everything I have purchased or built for my shop so far has cost me time and effort. Some were especially difficult because of the opposing opinions on the internet. The noise can be loud and polar opposite opinions split 50/50. The latest cause for strained eyes has been which bandsaw, which boils down to bearings or ceramics. But I did find an incredibly good answer to which vise I could get that fit my needs, diverse, function...

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Ladder Shelf #1: Building the Frames

10-12-2020 09:26 PM by MasonJay | 1 comment »

This will be the second… third ladder shelf build that I’ve done recently. The first, made of pine, was a travesty. One man’s junk is another man’s treasure though, and I had someone buy it from me so I recovered the cost of the materials. They painted it a sent a picture of it loving what they had. One major mistake I made with this first attempt was not realizing that I was building to sides that mirrored each other. So instead of using pocket screws on both the insi...

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Woodworking Project #4: Building DIY dish drainer cabinet

07-20-2020 10:56 AM by fatmansat | 0 comments »

Hi guys,this is my last woodworking project.I used scrap plywood.thank’s for watching.

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Router plane build

05-20-2020 10:42 PM by RLA1974 | 8 comments »

After a couple of years of trying to find an antique router plane and being dissatisfied with various hags-tooth and poor-man’s-router attempts, I decided to bite the bullet and make one with all the features I like stolen from the old Stanleys. In order to future-proof against later needs, I designed it to use the Veritas router plane blades. I found these brass knurled nuts at Home Depot and some 10/32 brass threaded rod for a depth adjustment mechanism. I had a 1” wood...

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DIY Air scrubber #1: Ordering filters and designing

11-24-2019 02:30 AM by jbswearingen | 0 comments »

I ordered three 20×20x4 MERV 11 and three 20×20x1 MERV 8 filters to build what I hope will become an efficient air scrubber for my 24×24x12’ shop. I intend on eventually building two, one for each side of my shop. My filters came in a few days ago, so I designed it in Sketchup tonight. Fan is a 220V 4-speed blower my FIL gave me from a furnace he replaced in a building; he’s an HVAC guy, so I can sometimes score good, used motors and blowers from him. Case i...

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Woodworking Project #3: My DIY mini workbench

11-14-2019 05:42 PM by fatmansat | 0 comments »

Hi guys,in the end I managed to build.It was at least a year since I bought Veritas’ carpenter’s vice. I finally did it. My mini workbench.This is the video waltrought:

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Blog Post Index #2: New Blog Index #2

11-03-2019 01:29 AM by htl | 5 comments »

New index page.I’ve seen the need to build a new index as I’ve added quite a few new projects so hope this is helpful. Start here with a step by step of how a scratch build model is made. of these links cover more than one page so be sure to hit the next link to check out the next page in the blog. There is a hundred ways to do any thing but this is what I used at the time with what tools and knowledge I had at the time.Be sure ...

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