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Hello Lumberjocks

03-31-2017 05:12 PM by ofthemound | 6 comments »

Hello Lumberjocks my name is Shane and I live in Upstate NY. I was born and raised in the North Country, but have moved around a bit. Finally back home and looking to build my woodworking experience through different means from cabinetmaking, trim carpentry and framing. A wise man told me that regardless of what my goals were for carpentry it isn’t useless gaining experience in different forms. That the culmination of my experience will make me a knowledgable and well-rounded tradesman....

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Yo Joe! #1: Introduction

01-26-2010 05:47 AM by Dukegijoe | 13 comments »

Well, I figured my first blog should be an introduction. I found Lumberjocks through the Wood Whisperer site. For the last couple of weeks I would check the site at work and home, starting to build what I can only now call an addiction. I finally signed-up because I felt that if I was going to look, I should at least be able to contribute. a single paragraph. I am a twice deployed Army Veteran, who was a tank platoon leader the first tour (in 03) and the division’s commo officer for ...

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Router Templates

07-20-2007 11:03 PM by NormiteLou | 9 comments »

Hi All, Template Master is a new product I have developed for making Ultra Precision Tiles called Tessellations.Using the Template Master system, Tessellated Tiles and Borders can be cut in just a few minutes each.A typical 25” diameter 3/4” thick Floor Medallion (as shown in the introduction video) can be cut out, Routered using Template Master , assembled and glued up in less than 3 1/2 hours.Disclaimer: Of course...

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On different types of Carpentry or How I learned to stop worrying, and hit things with hammers

07-04-2017 09:39 PM by MDots | 2 comments »

When I was a kid, I thought that “carpenter” just meant someone who works with wood. A general term, you know? I always thought of my grandfather as a “carpenter”, since he had a little shop in a garage with a saw and a belt sander, and would help me build my pinewood derby cars. We built other things, and did a lot of simple repairs around the house. He was a child of the Depression, and had an attitude of “Why pay someone to do something you can do yourself?...

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Mental Meanderings #1: Enter Stage Left

06-05-2013 04:08 PM by etumos | 3 comments »

The fasten seat-belts sign is on, please remain in your seats and buckle in…. Because I frankly have no idea where this is about to go. First, thanks to all for the warm welcomes to LumberJocks. As of this writing I am a 36 year old, 13 year married, father of a 2 (Boy 4 and Girl 2) working professional. I have been around wood working tools for as long as I can remember. In life I see myself as a curious tinkerer. This often time makes me feel like I lack focus, but I know that i...

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I am starting over from Scratch!

04-02-2017 12:12 AM by BigDClampit | 9 comments »

New Member Introduction Hello fellow lovers of lumber and woodworking. I had a shop in my large basement 20 years ago. Due to a move to a smaller space and a job change I gave it up and sold all my woodworking tools (table saw, bandsaw, router table, jointer-planer, sander to mention some of the larger ones) I also had a 19 foot long hardwood workbench. But alas the years ticked on and now I have large footprint for a workshop. I dont need anything fancy but would like… ̵...

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