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[Mobile Band Saw Stand] Wheels and Such

At long last I was feeling well enough to strap on the back brace and tinker in the shop.  First order of business was to get the band saw base finished so I could move the band saw off the … Continue reading

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Kindle Kradle

As some or most of you may know, my back has been injured/screwed up since, oh…late July.  It didn’t really put a damper on my workshop activities till the beginning of September when I finally succumbed to the pain and … Continue reading

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[My Workbench: One Year Later] The Top

I thought I’d take some time to do something that I’ve been thinking about for a while now.  See, if you look at a lot of the workbenches on Lumberjocks.com you’ll see some real craftsmanship and a lot of artistry.  … Continue reading

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[Rocket Bookcase] Beginning Stage Two

Haven’t had a lot of shop time in the past week, too many tasks around the house and yesterday was a complete wash (rain all day makes for stir-crazy kids).  But, I did get out there today and made some … Continue reading

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[Leg Vise Chop] Chop Redux

Okay, so if you follow this blog, you’ll know that last year I built a leg vice and attached it to the workbench I built over the summer.  The chop on this vice was simply two pieces of 3/4″ pine, … Continue reading

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[Rocket Bookcase] Coopering the Base

Finally got back to work on this project…I dove right in with making the staves for thr coopered base on Stage I.  My plan is to make a nice curved wall and cut a hatch into it so Keaton can … Continue reading

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[Rocket Bookcase] Stage One Assembly

Busy day today!   The Stage I carcass is nearly complete!   I planned on attaching the sides, cutting the curves of the shelves and putting everything together.  And I did, but there was some jig making that had to be done … Continue reading

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