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  1. Blogs
    Walnut Trestle Table Video #2 The second YouTube video is up! Check it out here
  2. Blogs
    Leg and support joinery After fixing the holes in the legs, it was time to square up the top supports and begin on the large motise and tenon joints on the underbracing. I started by finding the center of the supports and measuring out from there: After that, I carefully marked out what...
  3. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I am relatively new to woodworking. I have only done two projects so far, a rocking horse for my son and rebuilt a set of built in bookcases. Next I want to build a step stool for my son. I have looked through a lot of designs and I want to build one similar to this . I really like the idea of...
  4. Woodworking Skill Share
    The wife had been after me for a long time to build her a new table for our home. The plans are available from Woodcraft. I used a false tenon on the end instead of a through mortise. You can adjust the width and length to suit your space.
  5. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Does anyone know of a app similar to sketch up, or even better for the iPad? Free or paid app. I can't find sketch up in the App Store, maybe I didn't search right but any help would be awesome. Thanks!
  6. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    Has anyone here ever tried making an air filtration system using the blower motor out of an over-the-range microwave, like this? I found a post from someone that stated that he did it but there was no other info regarding the performance. All I can find on the subject is people using furnace...
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    OK. I'm using Waterlox to finish a walnut trestle table I've made. Applied four coats of the ORIGINAL SEALER with a rag as per the Michael Pekovich ONLY FINISH YOU'LL EVER NEED article in Fine Woodworking - it looked great though very shiny - but instead of trying the steel wool rub out process...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    So cutting the long rails for my sideboard and the lumber is quite badly cupped. I'd rather not lose the thickness to joint it flat so I was wondering if I could re-saw it and then glue it back together clamping it flat. Would this work?
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