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RE: Daily Bench Shot - EdL - 02-22-2018

Tonights workbench is the floor.  Crazy

Have to put the battery back in and grease it.

Theres like 15 grease fittings  Upset  most are almost impossible to get to  Upset .

Not a good night to stop in for a visit, the language will be fowl and tools will be thrown.

Ed


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Stwood_ - 02-23-2018

Slab cherry doors


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RE: Daily Bench Shot - Redman - 02-23-2018

Salt huh. You doin' nonskid doors?

Do you run the splitter off the tractor or does it have it's own motor?

Slab cherry? No glue up? Or have I misunderstood?


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Stwood_ - 02-23-2018

(02-23-2018, 07:22 PM)Redman Wrote: Salt huh. You doin' nonskid doors?

Do you run the splitter off the tractor or does it have it's own motor?

Slab cherry? No glue up? Or have I misunderstood?

No salt added to the finish. I don't walk on them Red. Slap   Laugh   Winkgrin   Winkgrin

Splitter runs off the tractor hydraulics.

Narrower doors (8" and less) are single boards. Wider ones are glued up to prevent warp-age.

Slab doors (my description) have no frames, just a board. I'm cutting bead details on these.


RE: Daily Bench Shot - photobug - 02-24-2018

Here is my new bench in place.  Finished the structure last night and dragged it into place.  On top of it is my new plunge base for the PC Router.  I am hoping this new plunge base will help me figure out how to route the holes to the proper shape.  Lots of work still to go.


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Stwood_ - 02-24-2018

(02-24-2018, 03:24 PM)photobug Wrote: Here is my new bench in place.  Finished the structure last night and dragged it into place.  On top of it is my new plunge base for the PC Router.  I am hoping this new plunge base will help me figure out how to route the holes to the proper shape.  Lots of work still to go.



Looking good photobug. Cool



First coat of finish...

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RE: Daily Bench Shot - EdL - 02-24-2018

Re-purposeing some  old unused cedar deck boards....another loml yard art project.

Rolleyes

At least is smells good in the shop.  Laugh

Ed


RE: Daily Bench Shot - digidan - 02-25-2018

Just a quick update regarding the accident. I got the "lecterns" finished, client was very happy to get her "podiums" in time for her group's 100th anniversary celebration. Many compliments afterward.

The joiner was mounted to a jig and clamped to the table. I was feeding 3/4" face trim against the fence by hand instead of using a pusher. Yeah, stupid, but isn't it always?

If you want to get the jitters, try watching your 84-yo buddy with arthritis work that same biscuit joiner. He did a great job, and after it was done we celebrated at Applebee's with the wives.

Thanks for all your concern and care. I'm in final week of therapy, can almost make a fist again.

Now for my next act…


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Stwood_ - 02-25-2018

(02-25-2018, 10:16 AM)digidan Wrote: Just a quick update regarding the accident. I got the "lecterns" finished, client was very happy to get her "podiums" in time for her group's 100th anniversary celebration. Many compliments afterward.

The joiner was mounted to a jig and clamped to the table. I was feeding 3/4" face trim against the fence by hand instead of using a pusher. Yeah, stupid, but isn't it always?

If you want to get the jitters, try watching your 84-yo buddy with arthritis work that same biscuit joiner. He did a great job, and after it was done we celebrated at Applebee's with the wives.

Thanks for all your concern and care. I'm in final week of therapy, can almost make a fist again.

Now for my next act…

Glad you are on the mend, and your projects completed.


RE: Daily Bench Shot - photobug - 02-25-2018

(02-24-2018, 11:19 PM)EdL Wrote: Re-purposeing some  old unused cedar deck boards....another loml yard art project.

Rolleyes

At least is smells good in the shop.  Laugh

Ed

Ed, 

From what I can see of that bench, it looks pretty.  Care to share a picture of the bench not covered?  What kind of wood is it?