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  1. Bridle kerfing plane

    This is a kerfing plane which is used to cut a kerf around the perimeter of a board which then makes a nice guide for resawing with my frame saw I used my old plow plane as a model, see the last photo. It had decoration on the arms, fence and arm supports so I tried to duplicate that on my...
  2. Yet one more Kerf offset tool

    When I saw the Bridge City KM-1 Kerfmaker last week I thought it was an elegant solution to cutting precise dados and grooves! After watching the YouTube video I realized there wasn't much to it. The rosewood unit here is my third version. The rosewood takes on a beautiful luster when polished...
  3. Lathe SteadyRest

    My neighbor asked me to turn a cane for him, and I said sure, no prob…...I've never done anything this long. It's like a gigantic pen.. Anyway, he brought me a 3×3" piece o Poplar. I split it in half, put a 3/8 piece o Walnut in the middle, and while it was gluing, I thought, hummmmm, I'm gonna...
  4. PINE SHELVES

    28mm, 70×65cm pine shelves, finish - two layers of water based laquer. Two boards were joined with 10mm dovels.
  5. M A N C A V E

    MANCAVE CARVED FROM FRENCH PINE FLOOR BOARDING 24 INCH WIDE BY BAZZ WINDSOR UK www.woodengiftworkshop.webs.com :::::: LOVE YOUR MANCAVE ::::::
  6. Wine Racks

    Here's three wine racks made from the same tree (a Douglas Fir which was about to fall over on our barn, so had to remove it or risk losing the barn). Each is 6 inches thick. Drilling the holes was the hardest part of these projects. I tried a 3 5/8" self feed bit, but clocked myself pretty good...
  7. Contemporary Shelving

    This project was quite an undertaking. I had no idea what I was getting in to when I started it, but it turned out great and I'm glad I got to do it. It taught me a lot about a number of techniques. As you'll see from the pictures, these shelves were made to hold up a pair of 90 lb. vases. The...
  8. Porch Swing

    Spanish Cedar Porch Swing, 5' wide, very comfortable, notice it is supported from the bottom rail and not the arms, design if from Woodsmith Mag…don't remember the issue
  9. Treasure unearthed.

    This Jolly Roger board in now in its new home… **************************************** with inlaid skull and crossbones…several coats of grapeseed oil… 18 in by 14 in by 1 5/8 in approx… weighs in at just over 11 lbs.. and for the non Americans 450 mm by 350 mm by 40 mm .. weight 5 kgs. Thanks for stopping by…
  10. "With a Twist" old fashion card table

    This is the top from my circle cutter router table jig. We have some walnut, asian mahogany, and even a little piece of alder that found it's way into the composition. I wrapped it all up with some bubinga and four maple feet. It's finished with some good ole tough oil (best finish there is)...
  11. The Platten for Vacuum Systems

    When gluing up panels in a vacuum bag, it is important to have a substrate under the parts. This substrate is called a platten. The platten is supporting the parts, much like a bench top. The platten is inserted into the bag along with the project being glued up. The more important purpose...
  12. Live Edge Free Form White Oak Slab Bench Slightly in the Nakashima Style

    Live Edge Free Form White Oak Slab Bench Slightly in the Nakashima Style: Solid White Oak, GORGEOUS, Beefy & Beautiful!! Wood Slab Bench In the style of George Nakashima Handcrafted By me, Ted Frumkin. This Heirloom quality piece measures 73" in length. The 12 to 18" deep seat sits 16 high...
  13. sisters home

    pics #1 and #2 are the finished project in my sisters new home, black walnut with 3 coats of our commercial clear lacquer. pic #3 is the posts i had to build to match her island posts, the builder installed them as i had run out of time with all the extras she kept adding. he was glad to help...
  14. Kerfmaker Jig

    Hi, Seeing a few of these jigs on LumberJocks inspired me to make one for myself - thanks. Hope to post more projects made by using this jig. Thanks for viewing.
  15. Kerf Setting Jig from a T-track left over

    Kerf Setting Dado Jig made from a cut-off left over piece of T-track Most of us who are into woodworking have seen this nice Kerf setting tool in the market and also we have all noticed its ridiculously high price. In reality it is a very useful jig for cutting accurate dados without...
  16. entry hall table

    Entry hall table in teak and maple. Curved apron is teak plywood with saw kerfs as shown in progress picture. Kerfs needed to be about 3/16" apart to get satisfactory results. Finish is General Finishes' Arm-R-Seal.
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello, I've read the postings for a few years now but it was only earlier this year that I became a member and since then I have learned so much from all of you… Thank you! Just a bit about myself… it was back in the 70's (sixth grade) when I pushed my first piece of wood passed a table saw...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Greetings and salutations LumberJocks! I'm making a zero clearance insert plate for my table saw, but before I began I realized a problem. If I simply raise the blade into the insert blank to cut my kerf, there won't be any space for the riving knife to protrude through the plate. Removing the...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi, I am looking at replacing the stock 10" blade that came with my table saw and I am wondering if my riving knife is the right thickness for the blade I want to purchase. The blade I am looking at has a kerf of 0.126" and a plate size is 0.098". My riving knife is 2.5mm (0.098") which is the...
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So the new saw is in and ready to work. Got the 220 extension cord and new outlet ran last night, what a hummmmm…. Few initial needs I want to approach quickly. First was better riving knife/splitter and Shark Guard seems to be where I've landed. My need for help is on what splitter thickness...
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