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How did they do it?

How did they do it? (not your average end-grain cutting board) – by Eddie @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community
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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1692: Friday Came Quickly This Week!

With another week coming to a close, it is (once again!) amazing how quickly time seems to pass. Again this week was extremely busy, and my status of being ‘caught up’ was very short-lived. 921 more words

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1691: Making Progress and Catching Up

After Monday night’s power outage, things got back to normal rather quickly. I spent the next day finishing up the outstanding orders that I had and getting everything boxed up and ready to ship out the door. 472 more words

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Site is titled "wood

Site is titled “woodworking for engineers.” Not only has some of the coolest furniture plans, but also shows you how to build the coolest gadgets out of wood. 9 more words

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A Ming-Inspired Cabinet (30)

Post 30 in a continuing series…

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While the posts connect to the long side inverted ’T’ beams by way of a tiny 5mm square peg, the beams themselves connect through to the above-mounted cornice assembly directly, using hammer-headed draw bars. 646 more words

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1690: Somewhere in Time

Yesterday was another full and busy day. We hadn’t planned on doing our update until mid-week, but we were as ready as we were going to get so we thought it would be time. 1,043 more words

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A Ming-Inspired Cabinet (29)

Post 29 in a continuing series.

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I recently learned that some links were absent from the ‘Ming Inspiration’ series of posts from 2009~2010, a 50-post build detailing the construction of a bubinga dining table. 445 more words

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