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  1. Journal Laser/CNC projects using Sketchup

    Boys and Girls, Many new members may be intimidated by this ugly creature, However, rest assure I only wish to share my knowledge. My forte, above being a son of a Hungarian Fern Cutter (no ferns in Hungary, so we were poor), is I've never mastered, but come to grips with Sketchup. I...
  2. Doors

    Inside doors.
  3. 21st Scissors

    http://www.wackywoodworks.co.nz/21scissors.php 21st Key in the shape of scissors… Something a bit different instead of the standard 21st key, like the cresent I made a while back, this one is a pair of scissors, as she is a hair dresser.
  4. Carying the cross

    I made this for my inlaws for Christmas 2006. Red oak plywood stained with Minwax sadona red. Frame is red oak finished with oil based poly.
  5. Roll around shop bench - sketchup share

    I bought a mini lathe a couple weeks ago. I decided I wouldn't break it out of the box until I had somewhere to put it without just setting it up in the middle of all my other projects in process. So I needed a Lathe Bench. Something simple, just enough to put the lathe on top of and...
  6. Shop Step Stool - [sketchup model]

    My littlest one likes to work in the shop when I'm in there. I make sure I'm not doing anything too loud or something that requires too much of my concentration. Usually that means days when I'm not using stationary power tools. In particular he likes using the bandsaw. Probably because it's...
  7. Butterfly table

    This was a commision I undertook as the customer coulldn't find a drop leaf table. It was designed by me in a butterfly shape and is made in Beech with a mahogany trim. The table top was MDF which I applied a Beech veneer to and the banding was wrapped around the edges. This was my first attempt...
  8. Workbench for small workspace - extremely stable and strong

    I have a small space, a little more then 7 squared meters for main work in DIY carpentry. My motivation was simple: how to make a small workbench that fits that room and still be heavy and strong as a large workbench. The length had to be 1,34 m without vises. I wanted vises of my own...
  9. CSS Woodturning Episode Bowl and Gift Pen

    Hi Folks, Sorry, more turnings. The picture shows a small hunk of arariba that I used in the Cyber Skill Share Episode on Bowl Turning. The pen is a cocobolo blank and, along with the bowl, is a gift for a fellow Lumberjock who had to endure my countless edits and re-edits of the Bowl Turning...
  10. Woodworking Skill Share
    Would like to know if it's happening and when directions will be made availible…
  11. Woodworking Skill Share
    I just posted a project of a simple work bench, kind of long winded, but part of the project used Sketchup for the design. I wont repeat everything here but in the project I suggested I'd be interested in sharing sketchup models, through a repository or model share program. What does anyone...
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hey people! Just started woodworking but tried to educate myself as much as possible with the Woodsmith Shop (currently building the router table), Wood Talk, Wood Whisperer, and Steve Ramsey. I would love to meet up with any level person in the eastern PA / Bucks County area to sharpen /...
  13. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Greetings and salutations Lumberjocks! I virtually always use brushing lacquer, but I have a 16 oz jar of Furniture Satin Mod-Podge here. A few of the differences I can see between the two is that the Mod-Podge is water based, also works as a glue, is mostly inert so will adhere to most other...
  14. Focus on the Workspace
    I've found a fantastic small space, 13' x 20' for a woodshop near 53rd St. and 2nd Ave. in Brooklyn. Lots of light from a wall of windows! I have a ton of tools to get things rolling: Table saw, band saw, drill press, spindle sander, router, scroll saw, dust collection and blower and tons of...
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    Not sure the best place to ask this. I want to create a blog for a group of LJ'ers to be able to post to, is that possible? If not what is the best way to do a shared blog? I'd start the blog then one person would make the next entry, another person the next, and so on. Thanks!
  16. Wood & Lumber
    Hello everyone, I have found a source of high quality exotic burls that I would like to share with everyone else. Recently, I have come across a supplier of extremely high quality burls and wood pieces, with a large number of species available. Some of the rarer items I have purchased include...
  17. Blogs
    Part 1 Apologies in advance for the duplicate posting of these veneering videos! I have been asked by one of our woodworking superheros to re-post this series for the Lumberjocks Cyber Skill Share Series of Videos...
  18. Blogs
    Uploading Photos - UPDATED This is the first in a series of screencasts and video clips demonstrating how to capture and upload digital content to Lumberjocks. The ultimate goal is to add to your skill set and your ability to enhance your LJ Projects, Blog entries and Forum topics. The first...
  19. Blogs
    Picnic Time! I've been thinking about this for quite a while, and was waiting for the right moment to get this going. After talking about it with several of you MA residents, and getting a good vibe from you guys. I think it's time we make it official: Lumberjocks of New England Picnic Day...
  20. Blogs
    Embeddable Project Cards For Easy Sharing Yes, yes, today is my birthday… thanks for the post Debbie. And here's my birthday gift to LumberJocks ;) You know how easily you can share the youtube videos or photobucket pictures. You just copy the embed code and paste it to your posts on the Web...
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