This is the second step in creating the model of the Small Six-board Chest. I've shown below the final result after about 10 steps.
Step 2 the image below shows the scanned image in SketchUp...
I did it. I made 52 boxes in 52 weeks. Check out the last six.
In the last few weeks I've answered questions from a number of SketchUp users related to printing their drawings. These questions seem to fall into two basic categories. The first is just printing...
STL 110: Those sexy shapton stones
Saw sharpening, smooth moves and the merits of a longer sanding block. The guys cover it all and it even gets a little steamy (and awkward) in the room...
Today, April 29, 2016 is our friend, co-worker, and partner-in-crime Gary Junken’s last day here at the Taunton Press. Over the past 16 years, Gary has been the heart and soul of the video department, shooting and editing countless videos for Fine Woodworking, Fine Homebuilding, Threads, and Fine Gardening.
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Episode 24 of the Highland Woodworker is out and it feature a lot of familiar faces.
Bosch brought a Reaxx tablesaw with Active Response Technology by for us to try out.
Digging into the archive we bring back another fantastic Masters of the Craft.
In the next several weeks, in a sequence of Steps, I will show a process in SketchUp for making a Period piece of furniture. See Figure 1. I've selected a Small Six-Board Chest found in a book by...
A reader wrote to me for some help in making a pattern to guide him in making a replica of a baseball bat owned by his father. He had measured the diameter of the bat at regular intervals along its...
Tom gets a shellac surprise. Plus the fix for a funky jointer, replacing a tablesaw with a bandsaw, and All-Time Favorite Furniture and Tools of all time... for this week.
See who won a copy of Fine Woodworking on Planes and Chisels
These eight chairs go with the oak leaf theme dining table I made around four and half months ago.
My design for these chairs was to match up to the table legs to the front chair legs. Basically I...
On Saturday, April 9, at the Strong Howard house in Windsor, Conn., Fine Woodworking contributing editor Steve Latta will give a presentation on neoclassical details in early 19th-century furniture. He also will demonstrate inlay and stringing techniques with Bob Van Dyke from the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking.
Matthias Pliessnig's steambent benches, light, strong, and beautiful, are the focus of this audio slideshow.
This is an 18th C. Music Stand that was made in Williamsburg, VA in about 1760. This was one of the furniture pieces being re-constructed and shown in this year's Working Wood in the 18th C.
Tool manufacturers make sure you'll always remember April 1st!
Ben Strano mans Matt’s snark chair and attempts to resist its devilish power. Plus, can a cheap handplane do good work? Can, and should, you build a period piece with the Domino?
Recently, for my morning Sketchup practice, I drew this little gate-leg demilune games table which sports padfoot legs, a folding top, and this unusual apron with these bits that hang down over the...
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