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    by DUSTY MILLER     Tuesday, October 21, 2014
    Made from 7/16 wpb plywood ordered by a customer ,this is 22 inches high with splash back at 27 inches high .This is in the making ,when finished it will have a name on front Cava and 3 paw prints on splash back 2 at 2 inches each corner and 1 at 3 inches...

    by DUSTY MILLER     Saturday, October 4, 2014
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    by DUSTY MILLER     Saturday, October 4, 2014

    by DUSTY MILLER     Tuesday, September 30, 2014
    These beds are all made from reclaimed timbers,my dog Marley showcasing a bed for a Dog magazine, These i make to any size depends on breed of your pets . .These take 2 days to make and they come complete with cushion and a bowl set with your pets name...

    by DUSTY MILLER     Tuesday, September 30, 2014 I have recently invested in a cnc router machine ,its only a small kit but it will do what i require it to do .. Not having one before and seeing what it can do is amazing .. But it has programs from aspire/,photo carve...

    by DUSTY MILLER     Tuesday, September 30, 2014
    Have had a order in to make a matching pair of dog beds for a lady .These were made from reclaimed timbers ,took some sorting out to find best timbers i could use and a few hours machining .But did find timbers in this lot to make a pair of bed for lady...

    by DUSTY MILLER     Saturday, August 23, 2014
    Every one has a skill this person has a skill THE TEDDY BEAR ,Real Teddy Bear Story. How did toy bears come to be named after President Theodore Roosevelt? It all started with a hunting trip President Roosevelt took in 1902 in Mississippi at the invitation...

    by DUSTY MILLER     Wednesday, July 23, 2014
    Made from reclaimed timbers and off cuts a bug house made for a friends little boy .All been pinned and glued with a felt roof .
  • Question about Wooden Storm Door article in AWW #88 August 2001

    by robwein     Sunday, July 6, 2014
    I'm building a screen door based on the above-named article in AWW #88 by Tim Johnson. It will be a screen door only for a screened porch. My question has to do with the door grid depicted in the cover photo and on page 59. I like that grid and want...
  • Still working on a block of oak

    by Steve Newman     Friday, June 6, 2014
    Hmm, must have run out of room , so, here is the rest of the story ( I hope) Carving the top was just a few saw cuts, and some chisel work to make a step on the end. The rear end was just a chisel to rough out, then a belt sander to refine a bit to make...
  • First, get a block of oak

    by Steve Newman     Thursday, June 5, 2014
    And after awhile, you wind up with a wood bodied edge plane. Almost a skewed Rebate plane. Say this being built on a youtube show from China. Any way, here we go Not too bad a start? The cutter at one time was an old Harbour Freight Skew Chisel for a...
  • Modeling the Core Box Router Bit in SketchUp–The Details Version

    by Joe Zeh     Wednesday, June 4, 2014
    A student emailed me and asked: “How do I model the cut a core box router bit makes in SketchUp?” At first glance you might think the answer is the usual – model the shape of the bit and use the "Follow-me" tool. After further...
  • Wooden boatbuilding in England during WWII -- A fascinating short film in honor of the seventieth anniversary of D-Day

    by Yoav S. Liberman     Monday, June 2, 2014
    During the second world war steel became a rare commodity . In fact, many metals became rationed for certain applications and this led engineers to revisit the use of "older" material such as wood, or newer materials such as plastic to substitute...
  • Gil Arad's Birthing chair/stool - Part 2: The Campaign design

    by Yoav S. Liberman     Saturday, May 31, 2014
    (Gil, with a plane in his hands, standing in his shop located near Jerusalem, Israel) Gil Arad is an Israeli furniture maker, a teacher and a designer. In a recent blog post I showed his first attempt to build a chair that cradles the mother as she deliver...
  • Friday at Brad's Bench May 30th

    by AW Editor Brad Holden     Friday, May 30, 2014
    Reclaimed Lumber Back at the beginning of April I wrote about some household items I made using leftovers from a commissioned project. Well, I thought I'd show you the original project. It's actually two pieces - two ridiculously heavy conference...
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