The Woodshop Shed

adventures in woodworking and home maintenance, from my shop in an oversized backyard shed

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Mante and Hearth

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Mante and HearthJust finished up a fireplace at our place. Aluminum structure with walnut mantle and hearth. Aluminum bow ties. Thanks to pottz and cwwoodworking for the finishing tips. I went with Varethane Natural Oil finish take care…



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Refurbished Box

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Refurbished BoxThis a project I started not knowing if I had the skill to complete and do properly. Someone from our church group asked me to tackle this beast. This box had been in the family for a while and carried some sentimental value. After being inside and out of the box I can't say I was impressed with the workmanship that went into by the original maker. The lid had come delaminated so I started by removing the bad plywood. Then the hard part was stripping all the old stain and polyurethane off of the box. Luckily someone told me about Citristrip. After two or three sessions with the chemical stripper and some sand paper I was finally ready to refinish the box. I must say she cleaned up nicely. I removed a couple decades of patina and came away with a box that looks like it was made yesterday. Well I guess it kind of was.



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Box Puzzle

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 Box PuzzleThe box is made of mahogany while the puzzle pieces were cut as 12 unique pieces of a 2x4 piece of walnut (each irregular on 4 sides) that fits into the box in only one way. Made several for people of various ages, adjusting the difficulty accordingly.



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Small Bandsaw Upgrades Make a Big Difference - Part Two

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After milling the parts for the shelf's frame, rabbiting them, and cutting the miters, (read the first part of this story here) I connected them to the legs with screws. I found out that the geometry of the …Source

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