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  • Welcome to The Patriot Woodworker, we are an online woodworking community with a focus on preserving the arts, craft and trades of woodworking and all of its related disciplines. Within our community also exist the care and concern we share for our American military veterans and active duty. Throughout any given calendar year we create and organize fund raisers for various veterans organizations and individual veteran woodworkers as well.
    Join us, we would love you to join us at our online community forums by signing up at The Patriot Woodworker. Once you are signed up and logged in please take the time to let us know who you are and what your woodworking interests are, by going to the "Introduce Yourself" forum. There you can give us an idea of your skill level and areas of interest, and you can get to know the rest of the folks that make up The Patriot Woodworker. We hope to see you there!
    The Patriot Woodworker Forums, are alive and full of great content from woodworkers, trades people, and crafts persons alike. From our General Woodworking Forum to our Wood Turners Forum to our CNC Forum, and many in-between, you will surely find a forum that is fit for you. The Patriot Woodworker Forums consist of mature and drama-free participants, where respect is the word of the day and your topics and posts are free of judgement.
  • 863a.jpgThe MWTCA September 2018 "What's It" is Live!

    Join us in our "MWTCA "What's It Forum" for a fun game of "What's It" and if you can correctly reference and verify this months item, then you will win an annual membership for MWTCA. If a verified and referenced answer cannot be arrived at, a random draw will be held for a membership to MWTCA. So Join Us at "What's It!" for rules and information. Tell us what the item at left is called and what it is used for, and receive your MWTCA membership! Leave your referenced answer at the "September What's It" Topic.

  • Patriot Picking - Throw Back Thursday - 2-6-14

    I have missed a few Throw Back Thursday's simply because I didn't have anything that I had picked up lately with enough information to share with you all. But today I have a little information to share with you about a product you may use and if you don't, you may want to consider it. Shellac.   As I am sure most of you know Shellac has been around and used by ancient Chinese and Indian civilizations for a long time. They used the dye extracted from lac fro dyeing silk and leather and as a cosmetic rouge and a coloring for head ornaments. In the 13th century, following the historical journey of Marco Polo ot the Orient, Shellac and its by products began making its way into European commerce and industry. Dating back as far as 1534 there are accounts that describe the cultivation, harvesting, processing and use of lac in extraordinary detail.   Shellac resin, shellac dye and shellac wax we used with increasing frequency by the mid 17th century by painters to provide a protective finish. It wasn't until the mid 19th century that shellac was commonly used as a clear finish. The rich reddish purple colorant was highly prized and much sought after by the textile trade in both Europe and America since is was an excellent substitute for Cochineal, a dye imported from Spanish Colonies in Mexico.   Henry Perkins, an English Chemist, in 1856 succeeded in synthesizing a mauve-colored dye from an aniline derivative of coal tar. This discovery changed the future of the Shellac industry forever. Production plants began springing up throughout Europe and Germany. They soon developed a reputation for the finest shellac manufactured in the world. Efforts were also underway to produce a colorless shellac   William Zinsser, a bleaching foreman in Germany, confident of his technological skills and convinced that a good market for bleached shellac either existed or could be created in the United States, moved his family to New York in 1849. He settled in Manhattan on West 59th Street and setup a workshop in a building next to his home and began to bleach small quantities of shellac and sold it to fellow immigrants. From this humble beginning arose the first Shellac Bleachery in the United States.   The production grew from a few pounds per day to thousands of gallons by the turn of the century. At this point Zinsser shellac was sold to vendors who packaged the product under their own label and name.   In 1908 one of Zinssers' sons took over the company and began packaging their shellac under the Bulls  Eye label. By 1920 there were several other manufactures of shellac in the U.S.   The next eighty years witnessed a veritable explosion in the commercial applications of shellac. It was used extensively as a binder in the manufacturing of gramophone records, shoe polish, felt sizing for men's hats, hair spray, floor wax, pharmaceutical, candy (shiny coating on M&M's), printing inks, adhesives, grinding wheels, paper and foil coatings and electrical insulators.   From the mid 1960's to the early 1990's shellac seemed forgotten by everyone except those who manufactured it and the contractors, hobbyists, and knowledgeable devotees who used it. All of the makers of shellac were out of business or existed as subsidiaries of the one remaining manufacture:   William Zinsser & Co.   While out doing a little Patriot Picking, I found this gallon can of Bulls Eye "Z" Shellac that is full and unopened. This is a vintage Zinsser can as it was before UPC codes were put on products. The "Z Bulls Eye Brand" Trademark was first used in 1/1/1913. Zinseer filed and registered the trademark 3/23/1965 and it expired 6/23/1985.       The first UPC marked item ever scanned at a retail checkout was at Marsh supermarket in Troy, Ohio at 8:01 a.m. on June 26, 1974 and was a 10-pack (50 sticks) of Wrigley's Juicy Fruit chewing gum. The shopper was Clyde Dawson and the cashier Sharon Buckanan made the first UPC Scan. Patriot Picking on Throw Back Thursday!  

    John Moody
    John Moody
    Finishing 16

    Finally got some time in the shop, today

    So this may be a long one, and if posted in the wrong forum, feel free to relocate. My life has been very busy for the last year. I’m still working on one set of friends addition (end is in sight, but the garage hasn’t even been framed yet, I do the electrical). I went on vacation as of 3:00 pm yesterday, and will be changing the electrical service for another friend this week. Our son is engaged, they’ve bought a house, and I have projects going on over there. I average 48-50 hours a week at work. My only female cousin, and also only one older than me, passed away the first week of June from ALS. My kid brother committed suicide August last year. I am still mad at him for that, and obviously still coming to terms with it. I did not post this trolling for sympathies, or condolences, but it has a bearing on the story. My Mom passed away on Easter of 2014, and my sister was the executor. My Father’s Mother had collected Hummels, and my sister had not gotten to dividing them up among us, before my brother’s death. This really bothered her, and she was afraid that if she didn’t divide them up soon, another of us would be gone. So on Palm Sunday this year my other brother, and myself, met at my sisters house and we divided up the Hummels. They are porcelain/ceramic figurines of children, made in Germany. Around 1968 my Mom’s dad (my grandfather) made 4 mangers, and bought 4 nativity sets. He kept one, and gave one to each of his children. My sister got my grandparents manger and I got my parents manger. There were roughly 60 Hummels, and there was a nativity set. My sister and I agreed to give Paul the nativity set, and I would build him a manger, before Christmas (see there is something dealing with WW’ing here ). When I got home from my sisters house that Palm Sunday, I was putting the Hummels away. I happened to glimpse into one of them, which was a bank, and saw a piece of paper. The key to the bank was taped to the bottom of it. It was a gift to my Dad’s Mom, from my parents, Christmas of 1957. I know this because my grandmother wrote it on the bottom of the Hummel, in pen. (Probably not adding to it’s value). So I opened the bank, and the piece of paper inside was my Father’s first grade picture, Dec 20, 1937 (pictures will follow). It was kinda like Dad saying hi, from the beyond. So today I went down to the basement and looked at my manger, and started cutting pieces of 1/4 Baltic birch for the new manger. I have a ShopSmith so I had to set everything up, and then disassemble and put away, clean up, so the Missus can use the basement. I also did a couple of loads of laundry while I was down there. I GOT TO SMELL SAWDUST! Now this is gonna be a box with a slanted top, pretty simple, nothing special. But for me this is awesome, I even got to use my tapering jig (store bought) for the first time. I will post some pictures of the process as it happens, and even if my friends projects don’t get done on time, or if I don’t work all the OT my job may demand, I’m gonna get my brother’s manger done in time. One of my reasons for posting this is so that if there are any other members here like me, just beginners, or still learning, it’s ok. The regular posters here are very talented, and their work is beautiful, and I suspect that may intimidate some of us from posting (There is a very high bar here), so I’ll happily be a representative for the newbie’s, still learning, 2 left handed, among the forum. One of the reasons that this is my single favorite forum is the overwhelming friendliness, and helpfulness of the members. There is none of the condensension, and snide remarks, that I have seen from the experts (self nominated) at some other sites (and I’m not referring necessarily about woodworking forums). So I stopped working on the project while I’m contemplating how I’m gonna do the joinery. This is NOT a request for help or advice, I wanna think about this, and come up with my own ideas, not because of pride, but because this is how I learn best. I had a great day, just being in the shop, it’s so much fun. I suspect that those here who have decades working in their own shops still get this feeling. I try to remind the old timers on some of my metal detecting sites, how much of a thrill it is for the newbs to just find a quarter, it can be easily forgotten how we all started out. On another note, my Missus’s friend, who has Everett for a son, does not seem inclined to let him come over and learn to use the scroll saw. I have asked, and the look on her face was like I was asking to let him swim in the alligator infested water. I learned, and I had fun, so there’s always that. Sorry for the long, disjointed epic

    Artie
    Artie
    General Woodworking 62

    Dryer Vent Weight

    Here’s the crazy question of the week.  I am just completing installing vinyl siding on the house and we totally wrapped the house in tyvek as a moisture barrier,  our house has always been very tight but I noticed yesterday that when the HVAC runs, the dryer vent cracks open a bit and cold air was blowing out.  I’m considering attaching a small weight (maybe an ounce) to keep it close see especially for the heating season.  I’m really surprised at this phenomenon because the dryer is a high end LG and I figured it would be tighter than it is.  Anyone run into this issue?

    Ron Dudelston
    Ron Dudelston
    Home Improvement 31

    Friday, Sept 21, 2018, What’s on your Patriot Woodworker agenda?

    This weekend is the beginning of fall and it’s hard to tell here. Yesterday was a record setting day for temperatures, we hit 100. I’m not a fan of real cold weather but I could take a break from these long super hot days. My AC is working overtime.    We finished the table with the metal base and expecting it to be picked up today.      It has one bench and the will use chairs on the other side.    Today we will finish up a Green Egg Smoker table made of Cedar.      Thats going to be about it this weekend. Saturday I’m traveling to Talladega, Alabama to CMP Range to shoot in the GLOCK XXV match as part of the GSSF. They are expecting some 200 shooters and the range is located behind the Talladega Motor Sports Speedway. Looks like it will be a long hot day but I’m excited to get the opportunity.    So so what’s on your agenda this weekend. Share your projects and pictures that you are working on. We all love to see them and hear about what your doing.    Whatever you do this weekend, have fun and be safe!      

    John Moody
    John Moody
    General Woodworking 18
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  • Education

    Education One of the many projects we are working on is a wiki for our online community. A wiki is a great way for woodworkers and enthusiasts to share their knowledge to others, and to impart their knowledge for others to learn from, and utilize as well for their own benefit. We hope you'll consider being a wiki contributor. Research Do you love researching? Do you like to write about subjects in a factual non-biased style? Do you like leaving your footprint of knowledge behind for others to use? If you do, then you should contribute to The Patriot Woodwiki.
    There are tens of thousands of subjects to research and write about. Surely there is a niche that is near and dear to your heart that you would love to write about and share. Just a few of the subjects being written about already in our wiki are: Notable people, both past and present in the woodworking arts, crafts, and trades. Material Processing, anything that humans use to process the main medium of wood, is being researched and written about on our wiki. Dendrology, the study of trees and how humans use this most valuable resource to our globe.   Wiki Catagories Dendrology Education History Literature Material Processing Media Merchants People Safety Wood Works   Closing Remarks There are many more interesting subjects you can participate in and help our knowledge base of information grow and mature. We hope to see you in our community wiki, and we hope you leave your "research mark" for others in the future to glean from and learn and add too as well.

    John Morris
    John Morris
    Administrative Topics

    Who We Are

    About Us We are a woodworking community with an emphasis on sharing and learning the skilled craft of woodworking and all of its related disciplines. Our community is open to everyone who wishes to join us. We support our American veterans and active duty, being a veteran is not a prerequisite to join. Join us now! The Spirit of Our Forums First off you'll be a member of a very grown up group of woodworker's where drama is non-existent. Your discussion forum experience will be completely relaxed, and "respect" is always the word of the day. We welcome all woodworkers from every walk of life and from all around the world to join us. Community Projects Frequently throughout any given calendar year we are involved in fundraisers, volunteer opportunities in your area, and small arts and crafts project builds to benefit our disabled veterans groups we support and endorse. Participation in any of the above projects is absolutely not necessary. By simply being a member and participating in our discussion forum you are by default helping our community stay live, and by keeping our content fresh and new. Member Benefits Frequently we'll have tools donated to our community by our sponsors and supporters, and we'll hold a contest or random drawing for the giveaway. We have had some wonderful items that have left our supporters where-house's destined for a Patriot Woodworker's shop, such as turning tools donated by Easy Wood Tools, hand planes donated by Woodcraft, machinery accessories donated by Laguna Tools, and more! So what are you waiting for! Join us now at The Patriot Woodworker discussion forum!
    Welcome to our woodworking community, and we hope you join us!   The Staff

    John Morris
    John Morris
    Administrative Topics

    Volunteer

    Volunteer The Patriot Woodworkers are an all volunteer community, from the staff and hosts who run our online woodworking community to the members who frequent our forums, you'll find volunteers in all of us. We are not on a payroll, unless you consider the spiritual rewards gained from volunteering, as compensation. How you can help If you are a woodworker, and if you want to help us help our American veteran and honor both our veterans and active duty, then look no further than this online woodworking community, for we are frequently involved in activities and fundraisers to benefit veterans organizations or individual veterans or active duty service members and their families. Throughout the year we are involved in projects that benefit and promote the American veteran and active duty service member. Some of our past projects The Patriot Woodworker Wood Turning Contest (a benefit for Homes For Our Troops) The Patriot Woodworker Outfits Shop for Visually Impaired Veteran The Patriot Woodworker's Help Combat Veterans in Crisis with Collaborative Courts The Patriot Woodworkers Help a high school club Adopt a Wounded Warrior Family for the Holidays 2015 (Operation Ward 57) Adopt a Wounded Warrior Family for the Holidays 2016
    Adopt a Gold Star Family for the Holidays 2017   The above projects are just a few examples of how The Patriot Woodworkers step up to the line and volunteer. We are a grass roots woodworking community with limited overhead and limited funding, but we do get work done! Donate If you would like to donate to our project, please click on "Support the Patriot Woodworker's"

    John Morris
    John Morris
    Administrative Topics

    Our Mission

    Objective Of course just like most online woodworking communities we are centralized in the arts, crafts, and trades that are woodworking. But, we have another focus in our Patriot Woodworker community, we are the only woodworking community that was founded on our care and concern for our disabled veterans. Mission 1st To create an online woodworking community that is sensitive and respective of the men and women who are serving and have served in our United States Military. To foster a sense of community that surrounds our common goals of care and concern for our United States Military Veterans. To provide aid when we are able, to disabled veterans who are woodworkers, who may be in need of aid in the form of tools, and supplies and machinery in order to keep them in their shops, productive and happy., To raise awareness of the challenges our United States Military Veterans face after service. To fund-raise for various veterans charitable organizations through our own auctions and raffles. Secondary statement To provide an online woodworking forum experience that fosters inclusion of all walks, all talent levels, all races and creeds and all people's regardless of sexual orientation or lifestyles. To provide an online woodworking forum experience that is free of negativity, drama, rumors and gossip, and self-interest topics and posts. To provide an online woodworking forum experience that is family friendly, and mature in mannerisms. To encourage a respectful and nurturing environment so that woodworkers, both beginners and advanced, and all that in between, may share, learn, mentor, teach, and collaborate on ideas and techniques that encompass our craft of woodworking.

    John Morris
    John Morris
    Administrative Topics
  • Laguna Tools

    Introduction Laguna Tools owners Catherine and Torben Helshoj immigrated to the United States from Denmark and opened their business in the U.S. They are staunch supporters of our men and women in the Armed Forces here in the United States, they appreciate their hard work and sacrifices and give thanks in many ways. One way is to support The Patriot Woodworker’s projects that are geared towards our American Veterans and especially veterans with disabilities. Laguna Tools History Laguna Tools was founded in 1983 by Torben Helshoj who saw an opportunity to bring high-quality European woodworking machinery to the US. The first tools to be introduced were combination machines and soon lead to Laguna Tools’ most iconic machine, the Italian Bandsaw. Involvement Laguna Tools has been with The Patriot Woodworker's since the early days. Our main contact has been Catherine Helshoj (owner) of Laguna Tools, and she takes a personal interest in the men and women who serve our nation. From one of our early projects with Catherine Helshoj and Collaborative Courts, we came together and we helped Laguna Tools raise money for an organization that takes our "in crisis" veterans off the streets, and directs them back on track.
    Laguna Tools is right in the middle of all our veterans outreach project within The Patriot Woodworker, our fighting men and women of our Armed Forces have a great partner in Laguna Tools when it comes to community outreach and compassion towards our veterans. Projects Below is a sample list of just some of our projects in partnership with Laguna Tools. Laguna Tools either donated tools or supplies to the recipient of our projects, or they donated to The Patriot Woodworker for fund-raising.   The Patriot Woodworker Outfits Shop for Visually Impaired Veteran The Patriot Woodworkers Help a high school club Adopt a Wounded Warrior Family for the Holidays 2015 Adopt a Wounded Warrior Family for the Holidays 2016 Adopt a Gold Star Family for the Holidays 2017 Links of Interest Laguna Tools Home Page Laguna Tools Customer Stories Laguna Tools Gallery Laguna Tools YouTube Channel Location Laguna Tools
    2072 Alton Parkway,
    Irvine, California 92606, USA    

    John Morris
    John Morris
    Our Sponsors 1

    Easy Wood Tools

    Introduction Easy Wood Tools manufactures wood turning tools and accessories all right here in The United States of America, it was only natural that a great American owned company like Easy Wood Tools, would team up with a great American woodworking online community such as The Patriot Woodworker's.
    Easy Wood Tools, Made in America, with American Labor, and sold to the world! Easy Wood Tools History In 2008 Easy Wood Tools began operations in Owensboro, KY as the first manufacturer to offer carbide-tipped woodturning tools. The complicated techniques required when using traditional turning tools and the constant need to sharpen those tools inspired the idea that there must be a better way. Using existing carbide cutters took away much of the frustration of the constant need for sharpening, but they were not designed for woodturning.   Easy Wood Tools partnered with Total Engineered Products and its owner Chris Caliendo. They were tasked with developing the world’s first carbide insert specifically designed for woodturning. The Genuine EWT carbide inserts have been formulated to combine the perfect grade of carbide, and specialized grinding and sharpening techniques that have never used before.   Today, the Caliendo family now owns and operates Easy Wood Tools in Lexington Kentucky and carries forward the tradition and commitment of made in U.S.A. craftsmanship and pride in top quality tools. New product development and commitment to quality, Easy Wood Tools offers a full line of turning tools and accessories.1 Involvement Easy Wood Tools is a staunch supporter or our American fighting men and women serving our Armed Forces, and they also have an abundance of compassion, care, and concern for our veterans who have sacrificed much for us. Easy Wood Tools has been with us since the early days of our existence, the founders of this great American Company (Craig and Donna Jackson) were our original contacts for sponsorship of our woodworking community and the projects we perform throughout the year. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson set the foundations between our two entities and started in motion a great relationship that lasts to this day, in partnership with the current owner Chris Caliendo, who took over the company in 2016. The Caliendo's have been instrumental in helping us fundraise for our veterans projects and other activities we perform, and they are always at the ready to jump in and help especially when it comes to a project involving our veterans. Jim Luely, our main contact with Easy Wood Tools is actually a member of The Patriot Woodworker and he jumps in when he can, and shares his own turning adventures with us, and Mr. Luely is our liaison between The Patriot Woodworkers and the very busy Caliendo's. We are very appreciative for the outlay of goods and sponsorship that Easy Wood Tools has provided our community, in order to facilitate and maintain our veterans projects. Projects Below is a sample list of just some of our projects in partnership with Easy Wood Tools. EWT either donated tools or supplies to the recipient of our projects, or they donated to The Patriot Woodworker for fund-raising.   The Patriot Woodworker Wood Turning Contest (a benefit for Homes For Our Troops) The Patriot Woodworker Outfits Shop for Visually Impaired Veteran The Patriot Woodworkers Help a high school club Adopt a Wounded Warrior Family for the Holidays 2015 Adopt a Wounded Warrior Family for the Holidays 2016 Adopt a Gold Star Family for the Holidays 2017 Links of Interest Easy Wood Tools Home Page Easy Wood Tools YouTube Channel Easy Wood Tools Facebook Page Location Easy Wood Tools
    1365 Cahill Drive
    Lexington, Kentucky 40504 USA   webagentur .mapouter{text-align:right;height:452px;width:100%;}.gmap_canvas {overflow:hidden;background:none!important;height:452px;width:100%;}

    John Morris
    John Morris
    Our Sponsors

    Woodcraft Supply

    Introduction Woodcraft Supply is one of the leading retailers in the industry of woodworking arts, crafts and trades. Read about how Woodcraft became a sponsor of our woodworking community.
    Woodcraft, supporters of our fighting men and women of our Armed Forces, and the Veterans our online woodworking community serves. Woodcraft History Founded in Boston in 1928, Woodcraft's operations were moved to Parkersburg, West Virginia in 1989. It's been 80 years since Woodcraft first began selling high quality woodworking tools and supplies out of a one room shop in Boston's North End, and Woodcraft is still firmly committed to providing woodworkers with superior products and expert advice. Involvement Woodcraft is a staunch supporter of the fighting men and women of The United States Military, so it would only stand that we would end up functioning as partners in order to achieve one objective, to express our care and concern for our veterans through grass roots projects that would benefit individual veterans and their families, and by fundraising for various veterans organizations. Since our focus is on the individual veteran with disabilities who is also a woodworker, it was only natural for Woodcraft to support our ongoing projects to help those individuals as well as contribute to our fundraising projects for veterans organizations. Woodcraft has supported our community through an annual supporters fee, those funds help offset the costs of running our community, and help provide funding and material items for our projects throughout the year.   Without our supporters we could not keep our woodworking community alive and functioning, Woodcraft has been with us since our inception in 2010. And Woodcraft has been involved in every single project The Patriot Woodworker's have created.
    Woodcraft's dedication to our causes and our woodworkers is greatly appreciated by our community, Woodcraft has been a partner in our veterans causes and interaction with Woodcraft is nothing short of stellar, just like their customer service is on a daily basis. Projects Below is a sample list of just some of our projects in partnership with Woodcraft. Woodcraft either donated tools or supplies to the recipient of our projects, or they donated to The Patriot Woodworker for fund-raising. The Patriot Woodworker Wood Turning Contest (a benefit for Homes For Our Troops) The Patriot Woodworker Outfits Shop for Visually Impaired Veteran The Patriot Woodworkers Help a high school club Adopt a Wounded Warrior Family for the Holidays 2015 Adopt a Wounded Warrior Family for the Holidays 2016 Adopt a Gold Star Family for the Holidays 2017 Links Woodcraft Home Page
    Wood Working Adventures (Woodcraft Blog)
    Woodcraft YouTube Channel   Location Woodcraft Supply 1177 Rosemar Road  Parkersburg, WV 26102    

    John Morris
    John Morris
    Our Sponsors

Who We Are

Operation Ward 57 Challenge Coin Display Project

We are a woodworking community with an emphasis on sharing and learning the skilled craft of woodworking and all of its related disciplines. Our community is open to everyone who wishes to join us. We support our American veterans and active duty, being a veteran is not a prerequisite to join. Join us now!

Objective

Air Force Command Center Plaque

Of course just like most online woodworking communities we are centralized in the arts, crafts, and trades that are woodworking. But, we have another focus in our Patriot Woodworker community, we are the only woodworking community that was founded on our care and concern for our disabled veterans.

Volunteer

Patriot Woodworker Volunteers

The Patriot Woodworkers are an all volunteer community, from the staff and hosts who run our online woodworking community to the members who frequent our forums, you'll find volunteers in all of us. We are not on a payroll, unless you consider the spiritual rewards gained from volunteering, as compensation.

Education

Logging

One of the many projects we are working on is a wiki for our online community. A wiki is a great way for woodworkers and enthusiasts to share their knowledge to others, and to impart their knowledge for others to learn from, and utilize as well for their own benefit. We hope you'll consider being a wiki contributor.

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