Author: <span class="vcard">Courtney Fleetwood</span>

One of the best tools a woodworker needs is an awesome protractor, large and very precise. We scoured the product universe and found what is absolutely the last protractor you will ever need. It is big, clear printed, and precision marked with robot laser engraving, so the most accurate protractor you can buy. The FirstLightWorks Big Protractor is intended for anyone who needs to set out angular measurements and requires something bigger than the plastic protractor from your schools maths…

Small Items

Drawer box with hand made paper and dovetailed drawer pull. Hey folks! In today’s episode we’ll finish off the drawers for the kitchen island. From the hand made paper to the sliding tray insert, we’ll add some more splines and then tackle the dovetailed drawer pull. This will be the last of the island episodes […] The post Episode 639 – Paper & Splines is written by tom appeared first on THE UNPLUGGED WOODSHOP TORONTO.

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You can now buy “The Book of Plates” by A.-J. Roubo for just $49 – a significant savings from the regular $120 price. This the first sale we’ve had since we started Lost Art Press in 2007, and it likely will be the last. This is a huge book – 11” x 17”. Printed in the United States on #100 Mohawk paper. Sewn and bound in Michigan. Beautifully made. The book features all of the drawings (called “plates”) from André…

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This is one of my favorite bathroom vanities I’ve ever designed and built.  I love it so much because it is great for storage, and the simple clean exterior lines are easy to wipe down and keep clean.   With the plumbing in the center cavity, you can add towels or baskets in front and around. For the doors, we used this simple plan.  I attached the hinges with Non-Mortise Hinges –     Image from Amazon   The hinge…

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Meet Limor Fried, founder of Adafruit. I’m cross-posting this to both my woodworking blog www.CloseGrain.com and my software engineering blog FlinkAndBlink.blogspot.com (under the LearnToCode label), because even though there’s no woodworking in it, this is all about building stuff, so it bridges the worlds. It’s the maker ethos. If you’re interested in learning to code, and building the stuff that you’re coding on, this is for you. This is all about working on embedded systems, from the hobby level to the professional. I admit…

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