Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'draw bore'

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Treadle Lathe #11: The Frame and Flywheel are complete and installed

02-01-2019 12:23 AM by LastingBuild | 0 comments »

Over the past week, I took apart the frame and did final shaping. I tapered the legs some to give the base a more bulky appearance. This also shifts some of the weight to the base. I added the bearings to leg #1 and #2. I draw bored each leg to its corresponding base. Each leg was labeled using traditional timber frame Roman numeral numbering. The Flywheel was grooved using a series of carving chisels. I created the mortises for each wedged through tenon and the frame was com...

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Building my Workbench #11: Still Plugging Along

07-05-2017 01:09 PM by HokieKen | 13 comments »

Well, it’s been a bit and most of my shop time the past several weeks has been spent working on Father’s Day gifts and my contribution to the current LumberJocks Tool Swap. Those are both wrapped up and out of the house though and I had a long weekend with some pretty good shop time so I got quite a bit done. In fact… I AM ALMOST DONE! First thing I did since the last entry was to finish up all the M&T joints for the long stretchers. Here is the final dry-fit of th...

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2x4 Bunk Bed Build #3: Drawbore mortise and tenon

04-17-2015 01:43 AM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

Well in part 1 I went over cutting a tenon. Part 2 included how to chop the mortise. This time grab your drills and a few dowels as we pin the mortise and tenon joint together. This is as easy as eating cake, without all the calories. View on YouTube

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My first drawbored joint

01-24-2012 06:25 AM by fissionchips | 9 comments »

I tried my hand at drawboring for the first time today, inspired by Peter Follansbee's hearty endorsement (skip to 10:00, and then 20:00 for the impatient). The project in question is a toolbox made from salvaged pine. I was pleased with how the mortised sides turned out, so I didn’t want to spoil the look with fasteners. Enter the drawbore: The perfect solution to cinch up those joints and make the pesky cracks disappear. As for the choice of peg material, split oak is common...

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Conference Table for Local Church #13: The Tables Are Done!

12-17-2008 04:57 AM by Sawdustonmyshoulder | 6 comments »

After my clients chose a clear natural finish for the table, I used a natural-colored grain filler and 5 coats of satin Minwax Wipe On Poly to complete the tables. It took about 10 men to lift and move it to my 12 foot trailer to move it to the church. The legs and stretchers were assembled using oak pins using the draw bore pin method. The table top dropped into position nicely and with a few screws to keep it from “floating off”. :-) You can never trust gravity, you know. ...

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