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Greetings

Hi all, I’ve just joined the group but must confess I’m no carpenter by far. My background was a roofer and now I’m a minister of religion , yes a higher calling now ;-) The reason I’m excited about starting up and learning again some woodwork...

295 views, 0 by Narinder Jugdev

Narinder Jugdev

HappyNewYear2018🍻

Wishing you all a very safe and peaceful New Year. From Narinder in the Trimandcraft Woodshop in Canada🇨🇦 Cheers🍻

384 views, 0 by North Kent Workshop

New workbench for small workshop

I interested in creating a new workbench for my small workshop (from timber and plywood) to incorporate a small tablesaw, and have space under for some other machines, perhaps with flip-tops so the machines can be a fixed below and raised up to...

327 views, 0 by Bo Peep

Bo Peep

New Carving Tools

With Christmas arriving and the new year imminent i have received a £20 gift that I am thinking of spending on improving my carving kit ready to kick off the new year. My current kit is a bit hit and miss with some gouges, chisels and V tools...

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Brian

US Box Swap 2017

Confirmed participants so far: David E Papadan Brian Madts Rules: Anything goes. Make any kind of box, any size, shape, color, wood, hardware, etc. Everyone that’s in on this swap sign up on this thread. Share your ideas, progress,...

851 views, 0 by Kelly

Small Parts Clamp

I’ve been using miniature Jorgensen clamp to hold small parts to cut them on the band saw or sand them on the big drum. I decided to experiment and these seem to work pretty good. These can be made in any size you desire. Too, there are various...

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Moment

Minimalist style of Jacob Weinstein

Gymnast Flexability Meditation Mother and child Girl and Tree Thought Awakening Fifty Shades of Brown Aluring Carried Away, Reading

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Jeff

Zebrawood

I recently managed to salvage some long scrap cut offs of zebrawood from the scrap pile where I buy my lumber. After planing I’ve managed to get a good bit of 1/4" thick by 2" wide pieces. Maybe 60’ or so. I’m looking at some ideas for boxes...

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Madts

Boxes

We have this Box thing going on, but not much going on. Madts. Brian. Papadan. David E. Moment. I have my box ready to go. I would like to see this thing get off the launch pad. Send me your ideas to get this going and I will try to...

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Madts

Found wood.

I have a friend that lives in south Texas and he has a farm. His farm has Horses, Cattle, cats and Dogs. Also trees that suffered from the drought 2 years ago. when we walk through the acreage we find wood from dead trees. Taking them...

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Brian

Douglas Fir, 1956 vs 2017

Small piece came out my house. What a difference! Imagine what it will look like in another 60 years after they figure out how to GMO it into a single year’s growth to harvest.

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Brian

Making a small box to take abuse

I made a box to hold my cigarettes that I buy loose at the local reservation. It’s been almost 2 years that I’ve carried that box with me everywhere I go: work, fishing, rain, shine, snow and sleet. It’s taken a LOT of abuse and it shows. It’s...

419 views, 0 by Narinder Jugdev

Narinder Jugdev

Thank you very much

Thank you for the member of the week selection. I do enjoy the site and all the creations that everyone shares. Wishing you all good health and peace as the holiday season is just around the corner.

432 views, 0 by Narinder Jugdev

Narinder Jugdev

Wife of the year 🏆

I have to share with those that get it … my darling wife Bonnie has been with me and supporting me and my woodworking addiction since 1980. This amazing woman that I married in 1986 shared this with me this evening. 👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾 I laughed so hard that...

454 views, 0 by MsDebbieP

MsDebbieP

Inspiration

I am at an event today, in the Barrie Ontario area and during break I had to take a pix of the building and share with you guys…

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Brian

Interesting find

Found this on the beach. It’s interesting so I took it home. It’s full of sand and I’m not sure how to get rid of it. I might not be able to use it because of the sand. It’s also pretty fragile because it’s kind of rotten. Who knows how long...

413 views, 0 by Whitacrebespoke

Whitacrebespoke

Mobile workbench advice required

Hi folks sorry for my long absence but things have been somewhat hectic here in what has been nicknamed the Chaos Shop by a good friend as part of this hectic life I’ve got a couple of jobs restoring Georgian sash windows, so the chaos needs to...

460 views, 0 by munchy

munchy

Wood i.d. help

Hello, I ordered a box of hardwood scraps for turning finailas and stuff it had a couple of 1"× 1" sticks that I am not familiar with very heavy very very hard. I would like to find a piece of this to turn a bowl out of. Any help would be...

477 views, 0 by MsDebbieP

MsDebbieP

Last Week's Weekly Brief

Did you see last week’s “Weekly Brief” ? It had a SPECIAL article in it ….. http://preview.mailerlite.com/i1v6i8

416 views, 0 by mrwojo

radiant floors and dinning table

Good afternoon. I am building a 4×8 x21/4 single slab live edge pine farm table for my wife . The wood is approx 8% moisture as it sits in the shop . My question relates to radiant heat and this table . My house is heated with radiant floors with...