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  1. Friction Fit Wooden Jewellery Box

    In this video I will be making this beautiful Jewellery Box, designed for some Cuff Links. This is a simple build and can be made very easily with limited tools! It contains Mitre joints and a cushioned bottom to protect the Jewellery. Please see the full video build on my YouTube channel to see...
  2. Completed Outfeed/Assembly Table and Cross Cut Sled

    So, since spring is here I have decided to not park in the garage at all this summer and to turn my half of the garage into a permanent shop. So this weekend I went out and bought some 3/4 Baltic Birch and created a 48×42 outfeed/assembly table-adapted from Marc S (the wood whisperer). Since I...
  3. China Cabinet

    A few years ago, my wife asked me for a curio cabinet for her tea cup collection. A week before Christmas I asked her to come out in the shop and see what I had made. She shook her head and said "Curio cabinet, not china cabinet!". Needless to say, I also had the curio cabinet done by Christmas...
  4. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hello everyone! I've been a long time reader/lurker of Lumber Jocks and this is my first posting. I've really learned and enjoyed the content I've found on this site, as well as seeing all of the amazing work you all are doing. It's very, very inspiring. =0) I apologize if this is the wrong...
  5. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am wondering if clamping a good tight box joint is really necessary when gluing? If they are tight enough to stay in place when dry fitting, do you need to clamp to have enough pressure to make the glue work? Some adhesives are pressure sensitive and you need to hold pressure for a few...
  6. Blogs
    Test Drive The first installment of this blog is here due to LJ blogging technical issues… To make sure the dimensions are correct for our new table, we decided to do a little test drive. It didn't hurt that we're having eight people over for a Fourth of July BBQ. We ran over to the big box...
  7. Blogs
    Buy "Solid" wood Some associate veneers as being low quality and if you truly want quality go all solid. Really the opposite could be true. Veneers got a bad rap around the 60's when cheap furniture was introduced into the market. There was delaminating, which is the lifting of the veneer...
  8. Blogs
    design considerations - blades OK, so I broke the teeth of my japanese saw and it's time I build a replacement saw. I always wanted to build a frame saw as the design and capabilities of such saw seem to outmatch any other saw type. It is tight, can do joinery, rip, resaw (within it's size...
  9. Blogs
    Design - Feedback Welcome I've seen machinist toolboxes here and elsewhere a couple of times, but never felt they would be useful for my woodworking needs as they seem to be aimed at organizing smaller items/tools/etc, so I never paid much attention to these boxes. With my recent interest in...
  10. Blogs
    Design Shortly After completing the toolbox that was posted here: I realized that I'll need some setup to hold the larger tool/components/etc as it just won't fit into the small toolbox. I looked around at kennedy, snap-on, and other similar toolcarts and they are either too big or too $$$...
  11. Blogs
    The Flip Side of Woodworking... Okay, here's one of the most useful jigs that I've ever made. And if I lost i tomorrow, I could build another in about fifteen minutes. I'm not going to include any dimensions as you should make one to fit your own situation. I made this up obviously with...
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