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Protect your lungs ..

Protect your lungs ..

I decided to try wearing a simple single-use molded surgical mask when working with my router or table saw or when I produce a lot of wood dust while sanding. During my active practice as a surgeon...

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Highland Hideaway Part 2

Highland Hideaway Part 2

In a previous post I have described the conversion of a damp and cold garage in the Scottish Highlands into a bright, warm workshop. I have now completed the workshop and I am enjoying being able to...

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MY ROUTER LATHE

MY ROUTER LATHE

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 ROUTER LATHE

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cherry hall table

cherry hall table

this cherry hall table is 48" long 18" wide 29" tall and is finished in oil and shellac. the two drawers are dovetald 

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Mirka Random Orbital Sander Recall

Mirka Random Orbital Sander Recall

Electrical short poses potential fire hazard for tool owners.

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Dust Revisited

Dust Revisited

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Dust is a constant battle with that little annoying pile, and I never quite getit all. My visit to teach in Sao Palo, Brazil reminded me to rethink how I handle dust and have a spotless shop.

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Dust Collector Selector

Dust Collector Selector

Tired of having to shut one gate and opening another when I changed machines, I made this four input and one output selector. Rotating the disk opens one port and shuts the other three.  

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How a big shop speeds up furnituremaking without compromising quality

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This short video from a 30-person custom furniture shop, The Joinery, in Portland, OR, shows how industrial machinery can speed up fine furnituremaking. It's really cool to see their setup in action.

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Workshop Upgrade

Workshop Upgrade

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I decided to make better use of the 10-foot celings in my shop and eliminate several rolling carts taking up valuable floor space. I added cabinets above my work bench, trimmed out the windows to...

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Holding a Wynn Filter on a Harbor Freight Dust Collector

Holding a Wynn Filter on a Harbor Freight Dust Collector

Instead of using plywood rings and internal bolting or clamps to hold the Wynn Invironmental filter on my HF dust collector I drilled 4 equally spaced holes around about 1/2" below the upper...

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Woodworking Abroad

Woodworking Abroad

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I returned to the Chippendale International School of Furniture in Scotland for my second year, and I am once again inspired by their mix of traditional techniques, ability to adapt to new situations, and their progressive and unabashed approach to furniture making.

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A New Take On Handmade

A New Take On Handmade

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An Ethiopian man builds beyond disabilities.

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Span Trees: A German Craft Tradition

Span Trees: A German Craft Tradition

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A German woodworker's amazing use of a chisel at the lathe and bench.

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Mebeljeparashop.com Jepara Furniture Shop

Mebeljeparashop.com Jepara Furniture Shop

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Here some my furniture production process. Visit us on http://www.mebeljeparashop.com/

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Tool Cabinet

Tool Cabinet

I really enjoy looking at people's shop made cabinets so I figured I would take a stab at it myself. It's nothing fancy and is a work in progress. Anyway that's it.

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A Beginners Mitered Box

A Beginner's Mitered Box

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A novice's attempt at design and execution.

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My brand new not done yet shop!!

My brand new not done yet shop!!

Here is my new shop!! Built from old barn wood and beams, and recyled windows and doors (we accually paid 16$/windows!!). But our best lucky find is those two full windows garage doors which were...

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Table saw/Router cabinet

Table saw/Router cabinet

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A friend of mine is just getting into woodworking. He bought a bench top saw but I told him to forget about the stand, we will build it. This is the result. The cabinet is five feet long and 26"...

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The Unfinished Cathedral

The Unfinished Cathedral

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An architect's passion and talent expressed through woodworking.

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Christmas Nuts

Christmas Nuts

In the spirit of Christmas, I made up this bowl of nuts for our guests! Actually, I was in the process of making wooden picture frames using the Beall threading system, and my unfinished bowl served...

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