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Woodworking Project #1: Build our new pastry board (kneading board - dough board)

09-06-2019 08:45 AM by fatmansat | 6 comments »

The time has come to retire the old kneading board, and for this I have recovered beech planks which, as you will see from the video, I have joined together with certified glue for food and after a lot of sanding I have finished with Vaseline oil for use.Watch the full video tutorial: https://youtu.be/0sxYRN2fQq8

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Sunshine Yacht Tender Model #12: First planks, the garboards

03-11-2013 04:50 PM by kharder | 3 comments »

Now that the plank lines are set I need to glue on each plank starting in the middle of the boat and working down towards what will be the top edge, or sheer in boat-speak. Each plank will overlap the one below it which makes the shape of the planks very visible. If they are well shaped they plank lines create a beautiful flowing shadow lines and accentuate the curves of the hull. If they are off it starts to look goofy fast! The planks next to the keel are called garboards (no idea why) a...

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Sunshine Yacht Tender Model #11: Lining off the planking

11-09-2012 03:19 AM by kharder | 2 comments »

A bit of progress on lining off the planking to post. This went easier than I was expecting, once I read up on how it’s done. Basically the sheer line (top edge of the boat hull, bottom edge here) is fixed and you want plank lines that are mostly parallel but a bit wider near the middle than in the ends. Other than that the top planks are similar in width and get wider toward the bottom of the boat and I knew that this boat is planked with 7 planks. From there its just trial and error u...

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found wood #9: kiln-dried Douglas fir stickers

06-22-2009 03:37 AM by Gary Fixler | 8 comments »

As a home hobbyist in a big city, not working as much in BF as in “oh look, a log!” I decided to keep things simple on myself and go with KD DF for stickering my slabs. I have a bunch of really old, really dry stuff, and in fact tried to build some finger-jointed frames for another project I’d like to post about someday, but dropping one only a foot to the ground caused all 4 corners to shatter. It’s that dry. I figure that means it’ll be fairly inert, though who...

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Baby Tender II #2: planks are on, and a few rivets too!

08-08-2008 06:09 AM by ben | 5 comments »

It’s been more than I bargained for so far, but worth it. A whole slideshow can be found here. A few select pictures tell the story of where all my spare time has gone in the last couple weeks: -b

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