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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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Craftsman Bungalow Restoration #15: Summer 07 --- Kitchen and Den Weeks 3 -5

07-29-2007 05:11 PM by gizmodyne | 8 comments »

Slow DownThings actually slowed down a lot during these weeks from our perspective, as the amount of work in the kitchen apperaed to be moving slowly. Plaster work and sanding are not exactly exciting. Lots of sanding. We spent time running around buying tile and so on. We went shopping….Our new (old) stove. It is tiny. One of the guys that they sent did a terrible job preparing the wood in the porch so when they stained there were evil sanding marks from the palm sander in many s...

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Arts and Crafts Style Pool Table - Video Series #5: Corbels for the leg system

07-26-2007 01:47 PM by John Nixon | 5 comments »

A couple of weeks ago I Blogged for help here at LumberJocks (Link Here) with what size / shape /scale to make the corbels for the Pool Table. It was a great discussion and also a nice collaborative process with all who participated. There’s a great group of woodworkers from all skill levels here, and it was nice to hear to various viewpoints. The corbels are finished, and I think they came out great. The next installment in the video series covers the design and construction of t...

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Turning a Bowl #1: Turning the Bottom

07-26-2007 01:05 AM by mot | 21 comments »

Hi Folks, Welcome to the first installment of the Cyber Skill Share. Please read the Lumberjocks Forum for information on this concept, sit back, and turn the bottom of a bowl. This series will also include hollowing, sanding, finishing, turning tools, and some sharpening. Any feedback is greatly appreciated as we, the lumberjocks community, refine this concept! Thanks! Tom

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Butcher Block #1: Butcher Block ~ Day 1

07-22-2007 04:22 PM by NormiteLou | 5 comments »

Butcher Block Day 1This is my first Butcher Block.Inspired by TWW’s 2 part video.I know I did not follow his instructions very well!But I am having fun!I hope I don’t Butcher it up! Normite Lou

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Router Templates

07-20-2007 11:03 PM by NormiteLou | 9 comments »

Hi All, Template Master is a new product I have developed for making Ultra Precision Tiles called Tessellations.Using the Template Master system, Tessellated Tiles and Borders can be cut in just a few minutes each.A typical 25” diameter 3/4” thick Floor Medallion (as shown in the introduction video) can be cut out, Routered using Template Master , assembled and glued up in less than 3 1/2 hours.Disclaimer: Of course...

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Morris inspired chair #12: Finished finally! - Time for a nap!

07-16-2007 05:32 AM by Bob Babcock | 12 comments »

Ok…..Time to add this to the projects page. She’s finally done, no more sanding (I don’t think I have any fingerprints left), the finish actually looks good, and the cushions came out great. This was a looooonnnng project. Thanks to all my fellow LJ’s out there for your encouragement Suzanne still has a different material to make the final cushion covers with. We bought two because the material was ridiculously cheap. She made the first one out of the material...

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Well, Hello!

07-08-2007 05:38 PM by Philip Edwards | 16 comments »

Hi FolksRemember me?Apologies for my (rather longer than I imagined!) absence – time certainly does fly. First of all – I want to say thank you to all the Jocks that have sent me emails worrying about my whereabouts. It warmed my heart!So where have I been? Working…...........and then a little bit more work :)I have taken the plunge and gone self-employed! I am now, officially, a chippy. It has been an exciting few months as I have built up my customers. I am reaching the s...

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Universal Table Saw Jig #2: Using the jig

07-06-2007 02:30 AM by John Nixon | 9 comments »

This 8 minute video details the various operations that can be performed with WOOD Magazine’s Universal Tablesaw Jig. This video shows how to use the jig for crosscutting, mitering, tapering and panel cutting. It’s a neat little jig and works well: To see the rest of the videos in this series and the other project details:

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