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  1. Pair of walnut cabinets (part 1)

    Two floating cabinets for my own use to house my electronics by the fireplace. Design was a pain as I had to think about cord management; ventilation since the PVR & amp burns pretty hot and not to mention the walls are not square. They are roughly H14" x L40" x 18"D, made from walnut veneer...
  2. Shop Wall completed

    I framed in a wall for my shop to house my tool cabinets. The cabinets are "built in," secured to the wall and wrapped in black painted poplar with union jack aluminum panels for accents. The bench top is 10' long, 21" wide, and 1.5" thick oak from my back yard cut into alternating 3/4", 1"...
  3. Modern TV Stand

    Modern/Contemporary TV Stand made out of Poplar and dyed black with Homestead Aniline black Dye. Drawer and trim made out of solid walnut to accent. Inset style cabinet doors and drawer. Soft/Auto close European style Blum hinges and drawer slide. Honeycomb pattern is for custom ventilation...
  4. Maple Footstool

    I found a beautiful piece of figured Maple with some wild pattern and decided to make a foot stool! I used mortise and tenons for the legs and stretchers, with Wenge wedges on the leg stretchers. It was my first attempt at through-tenons - they weren't perfect, but overall I was happy with it...
  5. Ventilation Fan Box/Planer stand/now heater

    Well after a long time of thumbing through the thousands of great projects and looking at several posts of ventilation fans, I decided to share my twist on the project. I originally built this box for a belt drive fan which didn't last long. I replaced it with a direct drive smaller fan taken...
  6. Segmented Form.

    My first segmented vessel with the chevron ring. This was a long and lots of learning experience. Now I am excited to make more as well as include the pattern in some bowls and other items I have in mind. I used Cherry, Walnut, Yellow Heart and some Brazilian Walnut.
  7. Finishing
    I'm replacing my front door and have been a bit delayed in getting it done, so it's now in the 30's and 40's F outside. I'm applying Cetol Door & Window to the new door, which isn't the worst for fumes but needs some ventilation. In the warmer weather I'd open the windows and stick a fan in...
  8. Focus on the Workspace
    Hey all, just joined and was hoping for some help in finding a solution to my exes heat problem I'm having. Just had a shed built about a year and a half ago. Its 16ft x 15ft x 7ft and is just studs and T1-11 siding. The height i listed does not take into account the roof space. The shed is not...
  9. Finishing
    Hi All, I have a spare 4" dryer duct in my workshop. Normally I finish Oil based outside, but I'm wondering If I purchased an inline dryer vent fan If I could move enough air to finish oils inside while it's cold? My shop is fairly small (10×15) in the basement and could easily be blocked off...
  10. Focus on the Workspace
    I have an older 16×24 detached garage for a shop. For now we still park a car in it year round and we live in Iowa so our summers are very humid. The high humidity is an issue for my tools and general working comfort. The garage is open span so their is no attic. There is no insulation in...
  11. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    For the most part I have always worked with various hardwoods, but I am now in a shop that works exclusively with pine and has less than stellar DC and ventilation. I wear an N95 mask all day, but I'm wondering if this is enough. . Anyone happen to know offhand whether or not pine adds an...
  12. Focus on the Workspace
    Starting off my Lumberjocks profile with a stupid question…here goes…. I recently moved to the south east. Will the natural humidity in my shop and/or the conditions below be a problem for my equipment (ie. jointer, bandsaw, tablesaw, drill press, planer etc)? I am concerned about rust in...
  13. Finishing
    I recently asked how bad BLO smells because I thought I may be finishing a piece with it in a not so well ventilated basement. I got a lot of responses, which varied, and I would be interested to see what everyone's opinion is across a variety of finishes and not just BLO, seeing that I haven't...
  14. Focus on the Workspace
    Hello, this is my first post on any forum. I've read these forums over the past years. I've gained some good information and would appreciate a little more with this subject. Usually, I'd look the information up online, but I want to take this opportunity to finally make a mark in a forum. I...
  15. Finishing
    Hi All, I am looking to put together a temporary spray booth in the basement to spray some kitchen cabinets. In all the searching I have done everyone seems to use a fan blowing out of the booth often through a window. I was thinking of going the other direction and using a ventilator fan to...
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