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1,344 views, 0 by MontyJ

MontyJ

New bench in the works...

and I have a question for our resident shipwright and master of all things wedges. Paul, I was going to send you a PM but thought this might be a discussion others could benefit from. I am designing a new bench. I saw your wedge powered wagon...

1,913 views, 0 by Jeff B

Jeff B

table saw blade flex

Hey, I’ve been noticing that when I’m cutting 45 degree beveled cuts on my table saw for glued miter joints that in the last few inches of the cut my table saw blade seems to be flexing a bit creating a concave surface on the beveled face of the...

2,015 views, 0 by MsDebbieP

MsDebbieP

History: Woodworking in the 1600's

You know how the internet goes, you start out one place and you end up at ….. woodworking in the 1600’s! Of course! This is a clip from the ebook “The Project Gutenberg EBook of Woodworking Tools 1600-1900, by Peter C. Welsh” “The boxmaker...

1,240 views, 0 by MsDebbieP

MsDebbieP

History: Planer

There are planers and then there are PLANERS!!! source: http://www.machineryscans.com/woodworking%201.htm

956 views, 0 by MsDebbieP

MsDebbieP

History: Woodworking Classes

I found these two photos online… very interesting. The first is from 1933 and the second is 1901 http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:StateLibQld_1_195779_Woodworking_class_at_Stanthorpe_State_School,_1933.jpg ...

3,590 views, 0 by MsDebbieP

MsDebbieP

History : Andre Charles Boulle

While we are recreating pieces of history — might as well add this one to the list!!! Wiki link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andr%C3%A9_Charles_Boulle

1,017 views, 0 by MsDebbieP

MsDebbieP

History: Capturing the Culture of the Times

Doing a scan of images for woodworking in history, I came across this one posted on wiki (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_wood_carving) … and I thought about how not only sculptures but furnishings and all things that we...

1,310 views, 0 by lanwater

lanwater

Posting History

How do I see my comment/post history? Is there any hidden link or am I starring at it not seeing it?

935 views, 0 by MsDebbieP

MsDebbieP

History: Secret Compartments

someone sent me a link to this….. with a request for one, of course! Any takers?

2,076 views, 0 by MsDebbieP

MsDebbieP

History: Oldest Woodworking Tools

I did a quick search for “Oldest woodworking tools in history” and look what I came up with .. Ancient Egyptian Woodworking: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodworking Primitive Lathe http://www.woodturners.info/lathe-tool/ Roman Plane...

868 views, 0 by Martin Sojka

Martin Sojka

New Feature Alert: Activity Logs

Ever wanted to see your WoodworkingWeb activity history on one place? Well, now you can. You can find your latest activity on your profile page (Me → My Profile) and clicking on ‘view all’ will show your complete activity history. We’re...

1,524 views, 0 by Fred Hargis

Supermax 19/38?

In a really stupid move earlier this year, I sold my Delta 18/36 drum sander that I’ve owned for about 13 years. It’s really earned it’s keep, but I have used it a lot less over the last 4 years or so. That led me to sell it to make room for a...

2,718 views, 1 by Martin Sojka

Martin Sojka

Historical Marquetry & Intarsia Furniture

I’ve visited one of the most beautiful manor houses in Betliar, Slovakia yesterday and took some photos of the amazing and richly marquetry-intarsia decorated furniture pieces. Enjoy… ...