LumberJocks

Ben's Favorites

  • Advertise with us
View AlexHarris's profile

Homemade Blacksmiths Forge

05-18-2011 03:53 PM by AlexHarris | 20 comments »

Hey not exactly woodwork but I do hope to use this in the future to make some really nice handles for some projects and other trim pieces. (hope this is OK) Really just an update on something else I have been doing and the construction of a forge, although I have improved it a little since. Hope you enjoy!

Read this entry »


View Kent Shepherd's profile

My Hand Tool Journey #4: Moulding Plane Set-up; Part Two

12-01-2009 01:13 AM by Kent Shepherd | 7 comments »

Last time we were about to reassemble the plane after sharpening. if you have ever set-up and used any wooden plane, you’ll find the principal is the same for a moulding plane. The only real difference is sharpening the profile on the moulding plane. First, place all the parts back in the body. Try to get the iron about even with the sole of the plane.Then, lightly tap on the wedge. If you just get it snug, but not tight, you will be able to then adjust the iron out of the body. If anyt...

Read this entry »


View Daren Nelson's profile

My under $100 wide drum sander (a work in progress)

10-18-2008 03:02 PM by Daren Nelson | 26 comments »

I mill wide boards. I have been slipping some of them in the side door of a local cabinet shop when I need them surfaced, but that is getting to be a hassle. I decided to make a wide drum sander. Not really a thickness sander since I mill my own lumber, just a sander to take the sawmill marks out. I had just about everything. A 1 1/2 horse motor, some wood for the frame, belts and pulleys…I did have to buy a couple pillow block bearings.Here it is almost complete (I still need to built ...

Read this entry »



DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user.

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

HomeRefurbers.com