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Shop stuff #201: Finally!

01-14-2021 12:50 AM by JimDaddyO | 0 comments »

Finally! I got around to editing a video Finally! It’s the last one of the series on how to build a fancy root vegetable bin, aka, potato bin. Life is so busy with other things that this got put off over and over again. It’s done now, and, if I may say so myself, is beautiful.

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Journey into Woodturning #39: Funnel Fail Repair - wood turning potpourri purpleheart rim pot

01-12-2021 03:13 PM by MovingChips | 0 comments »

This project had a great plan laid out. Light colored wood for the bottom and a darker piece for the top. Purpleheart rim will provide a great contrast and is a much harder wood then maple. The plan was in place. I went a little deeper than normal on the mortise and even deeper still by burning the circles around the logo. As I cleared out the inside, I thought I was about as deep as I should go. Grabbed Christmas gift scrapper and BAM! Got a catch, which ripped out the bottom of the bowl....

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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: Thanks for looking.-BIY

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Scrollsawing #1: Tricking out your Scrollsaw

01-11-2021 05:27 PM by Gary Lucas | 0 comments »

I have made a YouTube video covering several changes I have made to my scrollsaws to increase to enjoyment of these saw for myself and my students. It can be viewed at:

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Journey into Woodturning #38: Honduran Rosewood Burl Pen

01-07-2021 03:04 PM by MovingChips | 0 comments »

Pen projects are a great reinforcer of the basics and its been awhile since I turned a pen. When I saw this Honduran Rosewood Burl, I knew it was going to look fantastic. I was not disappointed with the end result. Here is this week’s video: Honduran Rosewood Burl Pen

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Tim's tips #1: Using a mustard bottle for glue? You're doing in wrong.

01-05-2021 08:11 PM by Tim Dahn | 16 comments »

I have seen quite a few woodworkers using mustard bottles for glue but if you use titebond all you need is the mustard bottle cap. Hey Titebond, are you paying attention? :) I made a silly video if you are interested.

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Journey into Woodturning #37: Urn for 2020!

01-05-2021 05:37 PM by MovingChips | 0 comments »

This project was great practice and symbolically putting 2020 in the grave might be to kind for that year. It should certainly go down in history as one of those rare years (assuming we aren’t in for more like it) that people may have thought the world was ending. Beyond the COVID, the absolute strangest events in my mind…the Rainforest was on fire and the Sudan flooded. Let me repeat that, a wet place was on fire and a desert was flooded. That being said, I was asked by a friend who ha...

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Wood and metal projects. #1: Textured oak bench with industrial metal legs.

01-05-2021 05:23 PM by RonHoof | 2 comments »

This is a oak slab bench which I textured using a Kutzall shaping wheel. I was going for a pleasing rustic look for the wood portion of the build. Under it I fabricated an industrial leg assembly using .180 thou. sheet metal and 1” X 1/4” hot rolled flat stock spot welded to the sheet metal. The full description is included in the video. One thing I didn’t mention in the vid description is that I did not flatten the slab. All too often, woodworkers, including myself is dead set in perfect fla...

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Not Straight outta the Box #1: Sharpening a Chisel

12-31-2020 08:08 PM by whope | 3 comments »

For many, this is shop season. For me, it’s too cold in my shop, so I work on other things. Over the summer, I picked up a set of Japanese chisels. So sharpening them is something I can do indoors. People new to woodworking may assume, as I did, that chisels (and planes) are ready to go out of the box. So I’m also starting a series about things you have to do to some tools before you use them. Anyway, here’s how I sharpen chisels:

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Journey into Woodturning #36: Bottle Stopper Nostalgia

12-31-2020 03:12 PM by MovingChips | 0 comments »

Woodturning Adventure Review, Q&A, Nostalgia and Outtake Collection This little bottle stopper project turned out great. I didn’t realize when I started this project it would have such an emotional effect on me, as it’s made from scraps of the projects turned this year. It’s like a collage of all the work completed this year. Very sentimental. How many projects can you identify in the stopper that were turned this year? Here is this week’s video: Bottle Stopper Nostalgia

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