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  1. Company Sign

    A sign with my employer's logo. The end caps are maple with morises to receive the sign. The actual sign is an oak stair tread that I stained then engraved with a shaper origin.
  2. Replacing a Carved Walnut Steinway Piano Cabriole Leg

    Project Story: This was a challenging and stressful project. Now that it is behind me, I can add this project to my list of odd, unique, and crazy items that I have tried to build over the years. Why the stress? First off, I wasn't completely sure that I was up to the challenge. I went to...
  3. Reclaimed Barn Wood Bar Clamp Tables

    These tables are pieces of 4/4 reclaimed American Chestnut siding that we got from a barn we tore down in PA. It's an original design of mine for a customer who wanted a reclaimed table they could break down easily for trade shows. It's welded galvanized pipe with bar clamp heads and caster...
  4. Woodworking Skill Share
    This may fall more into carpentry than fine woodworking, but I figured I would ask. I just bought a new house, and am redoing the floors. I ran into an issue… We have this parquet tile attached to the plywood sub floor. I am having a heck of a time getting it off. I tried cutting all the way...
  5. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Every now and then it seems we run into some conflicts with members who are at odds for one reason or another. Some members are die hard craftsman who only want to see WOOD used in each post, others ask questions, share experiences and give out priceless information. Of course there are also the...
  6. Blogs
    Canadian Woodworking well, now, wasn't today just an exciting one for MsDebbieP?!!!! ! Yes, today I had the pleasure of meeting with Linda and Paul Fulcher, Publishers of the Canadian Woodworking Magazine. Canadian Woodworking is one of our gracious sponsors who have supported our Summer...
  7. Blogs
    Big beast came in the mail today. Well today I received my big plane. It is 26" long by 3" wide. It is HUGE. Stamped New York Tool Co on the plane and the iron is Auburn Tool Co. It has some wear and tear. The handle needs to be replaced, but the bottom is flat and no major cracks. I'm just...
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