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Sketchup Tutorials #3: Natural slab revisited

08-16-2007 02:39 AM by Bob Babcock | 7 comments »

In the previous post I created a natural edge slab using some existing wood grains and a bark texture I had edited in Photoshop. This time we’ll create a representation of a real slab of cedar that I have. 1st…I took some photos of the slab grain and bark and edited them in Photoshop to crop out any extra. Slab Grain Bark Here’s how to use them in Sketchup

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Sketchup Tutorials #2: About time I started doing these!

08-15-2007 08:46 AM by Bob Babcock | 24 comments »

OK…I’m finally starting to produce some content for this. The first a simple tutorial on creating ellipses and another a simplified mortise and tenon joint. I have a few tutorials on my to do list but I need some more suggestions. Any issues or concepts you would like illustrated? Ellipses in Sketchup…..DOH! I forgot the CSS intro. Mortise and Tenon from scratch Oh well…can’t sleep…might as well do another. Natural Edge Slab

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LJTV #2: Pen Turning - Fast!

08-08-2007 01:41 PM by scottb | 22 comments »

After much inspiration from the other pen turning videos, and much practice… May I present Turning a Pen in under 10 seconds! Enjoy!

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Boy Scout Woodworking Merit Badge #3: Wood Burning & Finish

08-05-2007 11:26 PM by David | 15 comments »

Our Woodworking Merit Badge class met a couple of days ago to complete the archery stands for Camp Pioneer. The boys decided to wood burn Troop 728 and Camp Pioneer – Jewel of the Cascades on two of the stands to commemorate their hard work. After wood burning the boys applied a clear wood preservative. The stands were delivered a few days ago and the camp staff was very appreciative. Our working drawing Kory wood burning Troop 728 on an archery stand Jay supervising! ...

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Boy Scout Woodworking Merit Badge #2: Archery Stands & Festool Domino

08-05-2007 06:54 AM by David | 16 comments »

What a pleasure to have these Troop 728 Scouts in the shop working on their Woodworking Merit Badge. The boys are getting very close to completing the requirements. Having just returned from summer camp at Camp Pioneer in the Cascades, we identified a large service project to improve the archery range. We constructed 8 archery stands from cedar and plastic drainpipe. The boys used a combination of pocket screws and floating tenons to construct the stands. They each got some great hands on exp...

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Furniture Design #1: Fibonacci gauge

08-05-2007 02:00 AM by David | 34 comments »

1 • 1 • 2 • 3 • 5 • 8 • 13 • 21 • 34 – The Fibonacci Sequence I have been fascinated with The Fibonacci Sequence and The Golden Rectangle for some time. I finally got around to building a Fibonacci Gauge that was featured in WOOD Magazine. The guage maintains a consatnt proportion of 1:1.618 between the points. It is used to help determine visually appealing proportional dimensions. I am looking forward to using the guage in future projects. Follow the text below for so...

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This is what we see from our gazebo swing.

08-02-2007 09:08 PM by Dick, & Barb Cain | 12 comments »

When I made the slide show> of the gazebo project, I forgot to show these pictures, so I’ll show them now.

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Turning a Pen

07-31-2007 09:30 PM by mot | 25 comments »

Hi Folks, WayneC posted a great blog entry on Turning a Pen with outstanding instruction and resources. Using Wayne’s blog and resources, I started turning a few pens and have found a lot of enjoyment in a quick little project in the shop. I have limited shop time and while I stall on a large entertainment centre as a feature in our home theatre, as well as trying to find the time for the summer entries, I’ve been spending some quality time with my lathe. With the help of ...

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Turning a Bowl #3: Finishing Cuts, Sanding, Oil

07-30-2007 06:03 PM by mot | 11 comments »

Hi Folks, Here’s the final in the bowl turning series. Finishing cuts, some sanding (ooo, that’s fun to watch) and applying a finish. I hope you’ve enjoyed this series. In upcoming videos, I’ll go through turning tools, sharpening, and chucking options. Cheers!

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Turning a Bowl #2: Hollowing

07-30-2007 12:05 AM by mot | 14 comments »

Hi Folks, Here’s Part II of my Turning a Bowl Series: Hollowing the Bowl. Thanks for watching and I hope everyone had a great weekend! Tom

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