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Tool Tote for Tyler - #2: Bottom Carving

05-16-2012 12:49 AM by Joe Lyddon | 4 comments »

Closeup of inside the bottom… toys & tools will go on top of this. Tool Tote in process! Made of White Oak. Carving done with friends CarveWright machine. Jatoba nameplate. I may a little late for his birthday… will try to finish it, but I do not like to rush woodworking projects. More pictures to follow…

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Tool Tote for Tyler - #1: Overall Parts... June 2007

05-16-2012 12:44 AM by Joe Lyddon | 4 comments »

All parts spread out… Tool Tote in process! Made of White Oak. Carving done with friends CarveWright machine. Jatoba nameplate. I may a little late for his birthday… will try to finish it, but I do not like to rush woodworking projects. More pictures to follow…

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Progress of a self taught cabinet maker #11: Tool tote for Thomas vid 3

05-30-2011 11:48 PM by RGtools | 4 comments »

Some of you who follow this blog (all 3 of you) might remember that some time ago I gave a starter set of tools to a young man just getting into the craft. The first thing he wanted to build was a tool box so his stuff did not get messed up (kid after my own heart). I was unable to teach him in person (our schedules just don’t line up…10 year olds are busy these days). But with the miracle of the internet and a complete incompetent in the editors chair (me) I was finally able to produce an in...

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Progress of a self taught cabinet maker #10: Tool Tote for Thomas vid 2

05-30-2011 11:46 PM by RGtools | 0 comments »

Some of you who follow this blog (all 3 of you) might remember that some time ago I gave a starter set of tools to a young man just getting into the craft. The first thing he wanted to build was a tool box so his stuff did not get messed up (kid after my own heart). I was unable to teach him in person (our schedules just don’t line up…10 year olds are busy these days). But with the miracle of the internet and a complete incompetent in the editors chair (me) I was finally able to produce an in...

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Progress of a self taught cabinet maker #9: A Tool tote for Thomas

05-30-2011 11:38 PM by RGtools | 3 comments »

Some of you who follow this blog (all 3 of you) might remember that some time ago I gave a starter set of tools to a young man just getting into the craft. The first thing he wanted to build was a tool box so his stuff did not get messed up (kid after my own heart). I was unable to teach him in person (our schedules just don’t line up…10 year olds are busy these days). But with the miracle of the internet and a complete incompetent in the editors chair (me) I was finally able to p...

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Tool tote / caddy travel #3: finger joints on a template / jig.

10-29-2010 11:28 PM by mafe | 14 comments »

Tool tote travel 3finger joints on a template / jig This is third part of the tool tote travel. Now I have cut dovetails by hand, so it’s time to play with machines again…This time some finger joints, since it’s a learning experience. I bought some years ago a router template for finger joints, and half blind dovetails.I paid 100$ on a sale and never opened the box… So now it was time! I found a 10 mm router bit as the set needed, and made a test cut on some plywood… O...

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Tool tote / caddy travel #2: glue up and details.

10-13-2010 02:56 PM by mafe | 12 comments »

Tool tote travelglue up and details This is second part of the tool tote travel. Time for glue up.Table covered, water, PU glue, brush and gloves. Applying water on the joints, so the glue will work, and expand as wanted.Then the glue, and the rest is a just a puzzle, where you don’t want to use your camera, since you forgot to wear the gloves, and had glue all over… So here we are with clean fingers, and a clamped up tool tote.It’s important that you have remembered t...

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Tool tote / caddy travel #1: a learning travel in tools and techniques.

10-13-2010 02:50 PM by mafe | 16 comments »

Tool tote / caddy travela learning travel in tools and techniques. Yes some of you will say: ‘come on Mad(s), we heard about this, and you will never get done with those dovetails’.And I have to admit: ‘I have been a chicken when it comes to dovetails’. The project:The project is a tool tote or tool box (many opinions on the name), a mix of some wonderful pine wood boards from an old closet, and a branch from the forest! Here the design I did, a simple but ‘hopefully’ long, slim and ele...

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Tool tote travel (a learning travel in tools and techniques)

10-02-2010 09:38 PM by mafe | 17 comments »

Tool tote travel – teasera learning travel in tools and techniques Ok, I have talked about this before in the my first dovetails blog…The project is a tool tote, a mix of pine, and a branch from the forest! The challenge for me are to make all the processes, with both power (modern), and hand tools (old), to compare the difference, and to get on a travel in learning, both for my limits, and for what I can do that I thought was not possible.Here comes a few photos of the ...

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