Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'planer'

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Wooden Mallet

11-08-2020 12:40 PM by BuildItYourself | 0 comments »

Hello, I would like to show you what kind of wooden mallet I made. Wooden mallet is made of oak wood and gray oak veneer. The stages of creation are presented in the video step by step RegardsBIY

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Small Projects #32: Lexan Lidded Smaller Drawer

10-21-2020 07:17 PM by Madmark2 | 1 comment »

Smaller drawers are handy, but they can be dust collectors. Here in Florida there is no end of small critters that would find a dark seldom used drawer as a good home. I have several cases holding several drawers the get carried around – not always right side up. To solve all of the above I’ve built a set of lidded drawers. I built two each of three sizes and added internal lexan dividers on the smallest for added storage variants. The drawer is essentially sealed with...

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One More Guitar #2: Prepping and gluing up the top, and a bit of nostalgia

10-05-2020 09:55 PM by Craftsman on the lake | 1 comment »

Today I used a couple of hours to joint the sitka spruce guitar top and glue it up in a simple jig. I also break out two books that I’ve had for a very, very long time on making a guitar. In one book I find a catalog for guitar wood that I had used to order the wood I am currently using… from 1976. This is a short video just a bit of progress. No rush. It’s going to be a long, pandemic, winter.

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Vintage Fisher Stereo Cabinet Update

10-02-2020 04:51 PM by Jerry | 8 comments »

My customer Pete received his cabinet a couple of days ago, he was kind enough to send pictures of the receiver installed in the cabinet. Since I already posted the cabinet by itself as a project previously, I didn’t want to post it as a project again.

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Shop stuff #197: Fancy root veggie bin 9 - The Top

09-26-2020 05:07 PM by JimDaddyO | 0 comments »

Bits and pieces, scraps, shorts and cutoffs. I guess it could also be a cutting board video, or, what’s that fancy word? Charcuterie board? A rose by any other name….... Yes, it’s fancy for a potato bin, but hey, that’s right in the title. Seeing as it’s going into a million dollar + home and will be right out in the open, it has to fit in with all the other high end features. Anyway, this is how I did it over the course of a week or so. I don’...

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Trestle Style / Beer Pong Table with Epoxy Top #1: Trestle Table Style / Beer Pong Table (For a college student)

08-24-2020 08:29 PM by John Hoinville | 0 comments »

My daughter wanted to make a beer pong table for her boyfriend’s 21st birthday. The design goals were: The height and size of the table had to be close to regulation size Inlay cardboard box cutouts that he has collected of his favorite beer (hey no judging here! College students). This is my second larger project since returning to woodworking and I wanted to challenge myself to build my skills with hand planes where possible and other techniques (draw boring, using a glaze ...

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The shoulder plane

08-10-2020 10:36 AM by GopherWoodShop | 7 comments »

I had fun making this shoulder plane video, I used curly maple and air dried black walnut, I’m not a metal worker, but i had a go at making the blade in a home made forge, it turned out great and I saved a bundle on this much needed tool,enjoy.

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upcoming projects #5: the 071s

07-24-2020 05:57 AM by garethmontreal | 3 comments »

last (for tonight anyway there are other various tools ill be adding later) are to record 071s they have most of fixings even though they arent in the photos. One of the height adjusters i made myself from a bolt, a washer a nut some Teflon tape and epoxy.

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upcoming projects #4: The 45s and 3 boxes of 55 cutters

07-24-2020 05:42 AM by garethmontreal | 0 comments »

two stanley 45s i already posted about on the 45 blog so ill just recycle what i said to make it easier on me. The first one I got from England for 160 Canadian so 120 us. Its As far as i can tell its a complete type 7 (1893-1899) with the s markings. It came with a set of cutters both long and short arms and very little rust. It also came with a custom carrying case. It is missing the knicker though. The second one i have fallen in love with and will use forever. I got it off k...

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upcoming projects #3: the first batch of planes

07-24-2020 05:30 AM by garethmontreal | 0 comments »

The planes. This includes 2 early Union no. 6s 1 corrugated1 not. A later Union no. 5. 3 stanley no.4s includuding a type 7 (b cast markings). A stanley 4 1/2 (april 1910 patent) cant be bothered right no find the exact type. An HSB&CO 5c i really like (stanley style but thicker iron and heavier overall). Some later type stanley and record 5s and 4s. A couple interesting Scrub planes. Some block planes including a very nice adjustable Sargent and very good condition stanley 102. Two numbe...

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