Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'raised panels'

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Shopsmith Raised Panel Jig #1: A no tilt jig for Shopsmith Raised Panels

05-19-2017 11:17 AM by oldguy2 | 0 comments »

First I want to thank Charles Neal for the main idea of this jig.Next after owning my Shopsmith 20 years and having cut my first raised panels on an 8 inch Craftsman table saw, the search had been on for a non tilting table jig. Anyone can make the standard over the fence jig and high fence iig it will cut the panels, but the one give up owners know is the bevel cut. All my others saw cuts are no problem and my accessory jigs are fine. Like any other table saw owner a bevel cut is maybe 1...

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The Woodpecker Comes For a Visit

09-07-2016 07:03 PM by PeteCollin | 2 comments »

Hello Alll, Some of you may be familiar with Alain Vaillancourt, who has a YouTube channel called The Woodpecker. He is a Quebecois woodworker who has gotten popular on this continent and in France with his bilingual woodworking videos. I visited his shop last fall, and last winter he and his wife Renee came to visit me in western NY. We began a project that I later finished, but i got video of the tine Alain spent helping me. I invite you to watch us work!

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Shop Upgrades #17: Rockler Demo and Unexpected Shopping trip

03-07-2016 04:06 PM by bkseitz | 7 comments »

Took a break from working this weekend—cool project at my day job—to go to a series of demos/classes at my ( local? ) Rockler Store in Tukwila, WA. I guess local is in the eyes of the beholder; Its about 50 miles away. I had put a reminder in my cellphone calendar several months ago, but only had it alert me “the day of” not the prior day. Fortunately I’m an early riser. Off I went. They had two great demos. Turning and Making Raised Panels. I was really ...

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Sweet Chest of Drawers Build #11: Finish the panels before the glue-up

07-29-2013 11:58 PM by Kyle | 2 comments »

Well, here it is almost 10 months since I’ve done any work on this project. It’s mostly because I was taking a night class in preparation for the Nursing program this fall, and on top of it, my Uncle has introduced me to fly fishing which has occupied almost all of my free time in the spring and summer so far. ...Since these panels are solid wood, to account for movement, I finished the panels before gluing the case up so that none of the panels will have unfinished edges during t...

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Wall Hung Tool Cabinet #20: M&T Work on Panel Doors, with Video

01-23-2013 03:31 AM by Smitty_Cabinetshop | 40 comments »

Began work on the upper doors of the Wall Hung towards the end of Episode 19 by creating a bead detail on the right door while telling you of a rebate needed at the left door. No pics cutting the rabbet, but the center stiles come together just fine. All four stiles for the upper doors were cut to rough length and grooved for floating panels ‘too long ago’ to remember… The rail boards were measured and marked for their rough cuts; those are the pieces t...

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shop made tools #2: Panel Raising Plane.

01-10-2012 02:40 AM by Don W | 14 comments »

I’ve bid on some panel raising planes but the prices always seem to be out of reach. I decided to convert a wood bodied plane I had restored a while ago. This is the plane I started with. I cut a groove on the side toward the raised panel and sharpened the blade on that side as well. I cut it on the table saw and finished it up with my new Veritas shoulder plane. I added a nicker to cut the line around the panel. I tried it without it and got some fur on softwood...

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Neighbors bathroom #2: Todays progress, Doors

08-03-2010 05:19 AM by GregP | 2 comments »

Had a couple blow outs while raising the panels but was able to patch them. will sand the joints perfectly flush in the morning.

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My Rendition of T-Chisels Blanket Chest, Chapter 8

04-13-2009 11:39 AM by FlWoodRat | 2 comments »

Well fellow Jocks and Jockettes, I am slowly approaching the completion of my Granddaughter’s blanket chest. This weekend I managed to cut the lid to size, put a 3/4” round over on the top edges, apply two coats of shellac and numerous coats of General Finishes “Java” and “Georgian Cheery” Gel Coat. I still need to do some touch up work, rub it out and apply 2 or 3 coats of GF poly seal coat. However, before that happens I have to install the hardware...

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My Renditions Of T-Chisels Blanket Chest, Chapter #6

02-01-2009 06:15 PM by FlWoodRat | 3 comments »

It was a chilly 45 degrees here this morning, but I braved the chill, cleaned up the rabbets with my old #78 and dry fit the chest. Here is a look at the front Viewed from the front left Viewed from the back right Still need to trim a couple of rail tenons, but after that, its off to building the lid. Have a great day and thanks for visiting. Bruce (AKA FLWoodRAT)

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