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CZK_carving2.JPGcarved scroll0 viewsscroll carved in a church pew. not too complicated but very nice.dlarue
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Egyptian_Chair_-_back_rear_view.JPGback view prior to cutting any tenons 14 viewsjerkinsj
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Massachusetts_low_chest_front_left_oblique_view.jpgLeft oblique view105 viewsThis is a western Massachusetts low chest, more plain and primitive than a Boston-made version. I used Moser's Honey Amber Maple waterborne aniline dye to get the color of aged maple. I applied a single coat of gloss wiping varnish after applying the dye. Next, I applied five coats of one-pound cut amber shellac. I then carefully applied and scrubbed away with mineral spirits a dark glaze in the fillets, corners, etc. to accentuate the moulding details. Last a sixth coat of one-pound cut amber shellac.Sgt42RHR
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Massachusetts_low_chest_back_view.jpgBacking boards74 viewsAll secondary wood in this piece is poplar. The backing boards have one coat of one-pound cut amber shellac on them. I was surprised that a couple of the boards were almost brown, unusual for poplar.Sgt42RHR
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IMG_20160724_203505.jpgready for the mattress14 viewsone 4X8 foot sheet of 1/4 inch plywood ripped and pieced together.
I made most of the cuts with a japanese carpentry saw.
Mad skills.
dlarue
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scratch_saw.jpg21 viewsSmall tool for making well controlled kerfsbugbear
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Millers_Falls_no__2-01_Taylor_backsaw.jpgMillers Falls no. 2-01 and Taylor Backsaw63 viewsA great Millers Falls Egg Beater in a size that I didn't already own, A little clean up and lube and she'll be working great. A project Taylor backsaw which has been de-rusted. Teeth to be jointed, filed and sharpened. I will keep the cross-cut filing, clean up the handle and blue the back. This will make a nice carcass sawBrentpmed
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IMG_20150822_142519.jpg2015 Galoot BBQ 755 viewsRichard, Mihai and Ian checking out Matt's vacuum chamber. We loaded in a handful of pen turning blanks that were the sorriest looking spalted mystery wood you ever saw. Fingers crossed that it is now fully loaded with stabilizing goo and will actually turn.dlarue
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saw.JPGThe completed saw99 viewsI did not want to take the saw back to completely bright. so areas where there was less rust required less sanding. The darker areas are staining that I decided to leave. Brentpmed
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bottom_view.jpgBottom view24 viewsThis appears to be the bottom view as the corners are not rounded and there is no decorative beading. This view shows the tops of the two threaded thumbscrews that are threaded into the double bevel blade. The extent of the sheet metal and nail repair to the wood around the left thumb screw can be seen.Sgt42RHR
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top_view.jpgTop View14 viewsThis is looking down on what seems to be the top or show surface of this tool. The corners are rounded, and a decorative groove is worked along each edge the length of the tool. In this view, the spring arm assembly can be seen with the spring screwed to the side and anchored on the right end by a pivot screw. An unthreaded thumb peg is seen on the other end of the assembly. A steeply sloping chamfer is cut forming what appears to be the exit as it falls away from the edge of the blade.Sgt42RHR
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Side2_view.jpgSide 2 View13 viewsThis view shows more of the sheet metal and nail repair to the wood around the left threaded thumb screw. It also shows a spring arm assembly that appears to form the bottom of the mouth with a double bevel blade forming the top of the mouth. The blade faces the spring arm assembly. Sgt42RHR
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