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Built Equipment Forum
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Forum - a venue that allows
professional woodworkers to share the jigs and
rigs, shop built
equipment, storage tricks, and time saving tricks they've
over the years.
all interested parties to contribute to this new
resource, and help build what
promises to be the best collection of
wood industry related shop built equipment
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guests (read: salesmen) can be escorted back out
the door they came in through
in a number of ways. Share
your technique here. Extra points for being firm
shop-built lathe is constructed of mixed hard and softwoods
and driven by a
Baldor motor. See a picture at:
Wood Doc has joined in this disucssion on collecting data
for a new solar kiln.
Does temperature matter? Gene explains why
humidity levels are more important.
is required when milling these variable angle staves.
What's the right tool
for the job?
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Knowledge Base Highlights
A good accountant can do great things
for your business, and
your personal finances. This article provides some tips
you should expect from your relationship with a CPA.
for one good way to build a solid wood curved cabinet
door? Here's a whole
slew of 'em. Pick your favorite.
cabinet legs to tile over radiant heat can be tricky. Have
you considered using
silicone? Follow along to find out why it
adheres well to tile.
the outside, one plank door may look like any other. But inner
can be as varied as woodworkers' personalities. Here,
doormakers argue the
fine points of building heavy wood
A budget is key to every
woodworker’s business, especially
when it comes to equipment. If a sliding
table saw doesn’t fit
into your budget, don’t worry – there are many attachments,
and other alternatives to choose from.
You’ve heard of “thinking
outside the box.” “Thinking outside
the form” is the theme of this discussion.
their advice, methods, and a couple of photos regarding
experience vacuum bagging outside a form.
difference between try and triumph is a little umph..."
I make may be for others, but how I make them
is for me."
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Additions to the Woodworkers Directory
following companies recently created free web pages at the
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P M Planing Mill
W Evans, Woodworker
Delmac Machinery Group
features videos on a Celaschi Progress
with rotary tool changer, an OMAL RF
F1 hardware insertion machine,
and two edgebanders. To view the videos, click
on the link below and
scroll down to Delmac's video link:
This unusual English
oak room divider pairs a traditional material
with contemporary style, and
makes a success of the combination.
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