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Cain Guitar #2: A live performance of "Sleepwalk"

12-05-2007 12:26 AM by Dick, & Barb Cain | 22 comments »

Hi!I have previously submitted a soundtrack of the Cain Guitar. The other day My Son brought over a DVD of a Graduation party. The father of the Graduate arranged to have music by a band made up of himself, playing the drums, & some other friends. They got together , & practiced a few times. It turned out really nice. My Granddaughter did the camera work on this, I think she did a fantastic job. I hope you all enjoy this.

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Lumber Making #10: Milling the Maple Finale - and - Lookie What We Found

11-28-2007 06:50 AM by Dorje | 24 comments »

Here’s a little more ‘milling around’ for fun:........ This board turned out to have some really interesting spalting…........ And, upon closer examination:........... One with our stacks:........ And our final parting shot! ........ This concludes the milling process. What a blessing it was to have Mike’s support in this process. I can thank LJ for that! And a HUGE thanks to Mike directly! That was a lot of fun last Wednesday. Just amazing what can come f...

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Inspiring Young Woodworkers #1: A Special Gift from Charles Neil

11-26-2007 09:51 PM by David | 15 comments »

Click for Large Format Movie I just posted this on my woodworking blog and felt it was something important to share with my fellow Lumberjocks. I am sure many of us can remember middle school and high school woodshop. It is a sad state of affairs that industrial arts are being dropped due to budget constraints. It is up to each of us to help pass on the joy and traditions of woodworking. Those of you that have followed any of my entries on Lumberjocks.com, The Folding Rule Podcast or...

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Lumber Making #9: The Second Half

11-26-2007 06:13 AM by Dorje | 15 comments »

At the end of this short video you’ll see me look up at Mike. If you listen closely you can hear the saw hit some more metal….... .... At some point after the next few cuts we hit our 3rd and 4th nails within the same board:........ But, look what we have here!........ Here’s a shot of the “scene” at this point (there’s a few board feet of sawdust):........ We’ll finish up the sawing in the next installment…We uncovered a real gem just a bit ...

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Lumber Making #8: Continuing the First Half - Hit a Nail.

11-24-2007 04:54 AM by Dorje | 23 comments »

After the slabbing cut, we continued to cut the first half of the log. Here’s a short video of Mike on the saw….... .... After a few cuts we hit a nail…pulled the saw out and cut from the other end…chipped a tooth but nothing really terrible; the chain was still relatively sharp, so we continued to cut!............ Here’s the spalting a bit closer up…it gets even better in the 2nd half!....... .... A bookmatch shot for fun…........ MORE TO COME!....

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Fine Woodworking Glue Tube

11-23-2007 08:36 AM by Karson | 17 comments »

Fine woodworking has started a thing called Glue Tube. Woodworking videos, Here is one from pre WW 2

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Lumber Making #7: The First Slabbing Cut

11-23-2007 05:34 AM by Dorje | 15 comments »

On the same cold, crisp, gorgeous day in Sunny Seattle…the next thing we did was mount a 2×12x12 to the top of the 1st half of the maple log as a guide board to establish our first flat face from which we could continue to cut with just the chainsaw mill. The 2×12 had 2×2 runners screwed on to it to keep it flat and a wee bit more ridgid. One hooked over the edge, while the other was inset a few inches to “shim” the board to “level” it out (all ...

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Lumber Making #6: Maple Milling - Initial Halving Cut

11-22-2007 09:26 AM by Dorje | 21 comments »

Well, today was the day that fellow LJ, Mike Lingenfelter, and I got to the milling of that maple log in the next door neighbor’s yard… After talking the plan of attack out for awhile, we determined that we’d halve the 35-40” diameter log in two, prop ‘em up on edge to mill them. Our reason was simple: the saw, with the 36” bar and 36” milling attachment, would only give us around a 30” wide maximum cut. So, this log was just a bit too ...

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Ezee-Feed Manufacturing #1: Sneak Preview of the Ezee-Feed Outfeed Table

11-21-2007 04:34 AM by David | 18 comments »

CLICK FOR LARGE FORMAT I am making a video series showing the Ezee-Feed Infeed and Outfeed Tables designed by Master Woodworker Lee Jesberger from Ezee-Feed Manufacturing. I just got the outfeed table assembled and securely mounted on my table saw. Not one to wait around, I decided to shoot a small preview video which was originally posted on my website & blog. The Ezee-Feed system is going to make cutting large panels and sheet goods a breeze! This is the definitely the safety a...

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Scraper Video

11-19-2007 08:00 AM by Blake | 49 comments »

There has been a lot of chat about card scrapers lately so I thought I would take the opportunity to post my first video! Now I am by no means an expert at hand tools. I am learning a lot as I go. But I found something that works for me. My hope is that someone who has never tried a scraper will see how easy it is and give it a go. This amazingly simple flat rectangle of metal always seemed so mysterious to me but it is so simple once you get the hang of it. Many difficult or highly-fig...

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