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Ladder for Towels? #6: Assembly, and a PIP

04-22-2021 03:41 AM by bandit571 | 0 comments »

Cleaned things up a bit….cut a few wedges of Rosewood… Plan being….Work my way along one side of this ladder….adding one tread at a time….glued and wedged.. Some taking more than one wedge… Some getting a second wedge….I was going to then work along the other side… Since this side was done…had to wait a bit…had a repair going on… So…once this was done….I could then glue up the second side….after...

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Nick Zammeti Inspired Walnut Clock.

03-01-2021 12:19 AM by revieck | 1 comment »

https://youtu.be/5gJvuqxnHVo In this video, I turn a walnut and epoxy resin clock, inspired by Nick Zammeti. I used clock parts and walnut purchased at a estate auction. Clock mechanism and hands from Hobby Lobby.

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Benches #1: Blue Stain Pine Bench

02-05-2021 05:15 AM by JohnnyCanuck | 7 comments »

Making a little bench for a mountain house in CO. Simple…just a 2 in. plank of blue stain pine over carbon steel legs. Legs are bar stock – 2.0 in. wide x 1/4 thick. I’ll attach via two lag screws dipped in wood glue. Sanded via hand. 80/120/150. Applied two coats Watco Danish Oil (Natural) about 2h apart.24h after 2nd coat:48h after 2nd coat. I’ll apply Watco Wipe-On Oil-based poly next.

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Secret Door

01-11-2021 08:38 PM by BuildItYourself | 6 comments »

Hello Metamorphosis of my workshop. Today we are making a secret door to the second workshop. The door is invisible against the whole wall made of old boards. To open the door, simply turn the plane clockwise. The whole wall has its own atmosphere and looks very nice. Watch the full video tutorial:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGxXnATCbWU&feature=youtu.be Thanks for looking.-BIY

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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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Woodworking Project #4: Building DIY dish drainer cabinet

07-20-2020 10:56 AM by fatmansat | 0 comments »

Hi guys,this is my last woodworking project.I used scrap plywood.thank’s for watching. https://youtu.be/KA37aVsYwTM

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New found storage under my lathe.

03-29-2020 01:57 AM by revieck | 0 comments »

https://youtu.be/KStTsg8M35g In this video I build tool storage under my Jet wood lathe.

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Lathe tool box.

03-28-2020 04:34 PM by revieck | 1 comment »

In this video, I use scrap wood to build a storage box for my lathe turning tools. https://youtu.be/mckc3SQAVyg

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Loft Dining Table

01-05-2020 08:33 PM by BuildItYourself | 0 comments »

HelloToday I show my new project Loft Dining Table. The whole is made of oak wood. Painted with nitro stain and Italian varnish for countertops. The table base is made of a 60×40 metal profile. In this project I was learning to weld for the first time (I think it went pretty well). The base was powder painted black matt. Table dimensions: 1500×900mm and is folded out to 2500×900mm. Look my video

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Converting a Garage into a Wood Shop + #4: Power! for Woodworking Tools in Garage

12-09-2019 09:11 AM by CaptainKlutz | 2 comments »

Was able to partially remove one task from shop to do list this past week: Power Upgrade! This blog covers the details. Currently garage has ONE 120v outlet. It is GFCI outlet that shared by both bathrooms, and (2) outside outlets for things like Christmas lights. Have already popped the breaker when I attempted to use circular saw, while wife had curling iron on inside. Lack of power stinks, and must be fixed. My list of shop tools needing 240v power includes: 3HP Unisaw, 3HP pla...

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