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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 too storage under my Jet wood lathe.

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Lathe tool box.

03-28-2020 04:34 PM by revieck | 0 comments »

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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Small Projects #21: No Ruler Hexagonal Door Knob Stop

03-26-2020 07:59 PM by Madmark2 | 2 comments »

Roscoe, our English bulldog, decided that the spring doorstop was something good to chew on. In fact it was so good he pulled it out of the moulding. Next thing you know we’ve got a doorknob shaped dent in the sheetrock. Woodworking to the rescue! Yayyy! I bought one of those round wall stops, but they’re about the same diameter as the knob and won’t easily mount to the dent (which is obviously exactly where it needs to mount.)Round Stop I had a nice chunk of oak 1...

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Small Projects #20: Jigsaw Stand

03-23-2020 11:51 PM by Madmark2 | 0 comments »

Bought a jigsaw to cut out for a dog bowl five or six years ago. Have only used it once since (interestingly enough to cut another dog bowl). Jigsaws have that stupid blade sticking out and I know for a fact if I remove the blade the next time I go to use it (in another five or six years) I’ll never find the blade. I know I have a blade assortment that I bought when I bought the jigsaw but I have no clue where they might be. The blade means you can’t stand the jig saw up and...

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Small Projects #19: Dog Platforms

03-06-2020 01:42 AM by Madmark2 | 1 comment »

Have too many dogs running around. We have drafty tile floors throughout and mostly Shih-Tzu’s and they don’t like the cold floor to sleep on. The better half wanted little platforms to put the dog beds on. These are 2’x2’ pieces of 3/4” ply on 6” high 2”x4” legs. For stability the 2”x4” feet have the front feet parallel to the sides and the back feet are mounted parallel to the back.The first pair were clear coated and very plain...

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2 drawer chest #7: One of "Them Days"

03-01-2020 06:45 AM by bandit571 | 1 comment »

More remove clamps for a bit, then add them back on, again….wasn’t that great of a day, and stretched out to over 3 hours. Then Uncle Charles (Horse) decided to cramp up my toes…..made it rough to walk around down in the shop, and go up and down the stairs…..so first task…clamps off of the lid….needed the vise, anyway. Was able to plane and sand the lid flat and almost smooth…set in one the case ( clamps were also gone from it)... Hmmm, sho...

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2 drawer chest #6: Just another day in the shop...

02-29-2020 03:19 PM by bandit571 | 0 comments »

Clamps came off again…a bit of work..clamps go back on somewhere else….gave myself a 2 hour time limit…and wound up with a bit of “overtime”, anyway….. First up? That plywood base panel….out of the clamps, and sanded flat. Then trimmed down a bit….and glued to the bottom of the case… There was one area I couldn’t use the clamps and glue… Nothing to glue to….a clamp would have done more harm than good, anyway&#...

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Stupid Ideas/Buys of the past (so far)... #21: Splitting headache in splitter setup…

02-29-2020 03:03 AM by LittleBlackDuck | 5 comments »

Boys and Girls, We all like to brag about our achievements and sweep our failures under the carpet… well, my carpet has run out of space so I’ve decided to group my failures and mistakes under Stupid Ideas/Buys of the past (so far)…. To be fair to any product(s) mentioned, this is not a review per-se, but my impression, be it through bad judgement, misuse or just too much cheap vino. When I bought my contractor’s tablesaw all those many years ago, it came with a detachable blad...

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Mandocello build series #18: Gibson style Mandocello Full build

02-29-2020 01:34 AM by Tomy Hovington | 3 comments »

over a year ago I started my florentine style Mandocello based on prints that I’ve presonnaly made. so to be accurate I’ve started this build when I started gathering information about this instrument, size, dimentions, scale length, pro and cons etc… so in reality, I’ve been working on this baby for over 4 years. well last week I’ve finally did the final setup and call it a wrap. I’ve just finished the editing on the full build and i’m happy to sh...

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Small Projects #18: Devlin's First Tool Box

02-28-2020 11:05 PM by Madmark2 | 15 comments »

Devlin is a young man that lives nearby that has shown an interest in woodworking. Here is one of his first projects – the classic carpenter’s tool box.Devlin and his tool kit. Naturally I had to seed the tool kit …

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