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  1. Latest issue of Woodturning Monthly arrived. Find it here- https://www.woodworkersjournal.com/woodturning-monthly/?utm_medium=email
  2. Free chart of Sketchup keyboard shortcuts. Windows operating system- Mac is available. From Matt Donley's Master Sketchup- https://mastersketchup.com/ https://mastersketchup.com/resources/?utm_source=MasterSketchUp+Newsletter&utm_campaign=c46e4b0561-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_05_22_12_41&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e77c932ed7-c46e4b0561-101603433&mc_cid=c46e4b0561&mc_eid=669fe8a582#downloads
  3. Arrived in my email this afternoon- https://www.woodworkersjournal.com/woodturning-monthly/?utm_medium=email
  4. Work safely for less. One brand new Sawstopr. Still in original carton. Can be reused multiple times. Transferable lifetime warranty. Full manual and parts breakdown included. Cannot ship. Must be picked up by end of business 4/1/19.
  5. Latest newsletter available! http://www.woodworkersjournal.com/woodturning-monthly/?utm_medium=email
  6. During the Vietnam War, the American Forces Vietnam Network provided U.S. military personnel and civilians with a valuable link with home - namely a Top 40 radio station that could be heard all over the theatre of war in southeast Asia. AFVN provided news from home, information for servicemen and civilians alike, plus Top 40 music just like you might hear on your local radio station back home. This valuable morale booster was heard in bases, helicopters, ships, cockpits, even on battlefields. The 24-hour service was manned around the clock by hundreds of U.S. military personnel and civilians. http://rockradioscrapbook.ca/afvn.html
  7. Sketchup (Trimble) has posted a new learning site composed of individual lessons that progress thru the Sketchup fundamentals. Currently the lessons cover the basic tools and Sketchup operations. There are also lessons on Rendering and using the Trimble Sketchup addition of Layout. A Trimble account is required. The account sign-up is free.
  8. Sketchup (Trimble) has posted a new learning site composed of individual lessons that progress thru the Sketchup fundamentals. Currently the lessons cover the basic tools and Sketchup operations. There are also lessons on Rendering and using the Trimble Sketchup addition of Layout. https://learn.sketchup.com/
  9. List of free CAD software and pros/cons of each
  10. With all of the changes coming to Sketchup here are some other FREE drawing software packages to consider. Some are more 3D printer friendly than Sketchup. https://wayofwood.com/free-cad-software-for-makers/
  11. The second monthly edition of Woodturning Monthly is available at- http://www.woodworkersjournal.com/woodturning-monthly/?utm_medium=email
  12. Just got this in an email from Woodworker's Journal. Thought some of us might be interested. Woodworker’s Journal subscribers love our regular “Woodturning” department and the advice of our expert woodturner, Ernie Conover. But turning isn’t the focus of our “Weekly” newsletter, and with just six print issues per year, it’s hard to meet our readers’ requests for even more turning content. That’s why Woodworker’s Journal is thrilled to be partnering with the American Association of Woodturners (AAW) to bring you this new free monthly newsletter. The AAW is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the art and craft of woodturning globally. It possesses the single largest collection of woodturning information anywhere and its award-winning journal, American Woodturner, is the foremost publication on the art and craft of woodturning in the world. Woodturning is one of the fastest growing areas of hobbyist woodworking, and once you’ve turned your first bowl, pen or furniture spindle, you’ll see why! A lathe can help you transform a chunk of firewood into a finished gift in just an hour or two, and woodturning doesn’t require a huge investment — even a benchtop lathe and a couple of gouges can get you up and running. For me, “turning” is as close as a woodworker can get to the kind of artistic freedom potters feel. And, it sure is fun to take a break from straight lines and hard measurements every now and then. So thanks for signing up! Be sure to tell your turning buddies to do the same. Then, by all means, let’s keep learning but even more importantly — doing! We hope our new monthly woodturning newsletter will encourage you to get out to the shop and, well, turn something! The rewards are rich, and the process is almost always a great time. Looks like there is a link on their home page.
  13. My sister, bless her, likes to dig into antique stores, finding various cast-offs for her crafting projects. For Christmas she found me an old handplane, something I'd been thinking of for some time. Encouraged by my reaction to that, she kept digging and somewhere in Outer Arizona came up with 3.6 more handplanes. I wanted one, the original one, the one I spent inordinate amounts of time restoring. But one's my limit. So, what I have in surplus right now is: Stanly 78 (rabbet) missing fence and stop (getting the missing parts might cost most of a new 78) Stanley 220 (block) Stanley 220 missing front knob and blade adjuster Penncraft 9529 (block) So here's the deal: 1. FCFS (first come....) 2. All or none (don't get picky!) 3. Preference to someone willing to just show up at the front door and take them away. 4. Goodwill (who will wonder what the heck they are!!) 5. FREE (not a word often heard in this context!) The clock is ticking. Sun Lakes, AZ
  14. I purchased our Christmas tree the other day and where the guys were cutting off the stumps, there were some pieces of trees from 5 to 8 inches long sitting on a pallet. I asked the employees what was going to happen to those cut offs. He said that they would be trashed. "No", I said. He asked why. I told him that I am going to make a couple of steam engines for little boys that I know. By the time I got home, I wondered how many woodworkers could make Yule logs, candle stick holders or whatever else from these cut offs. It's great free wood, folks. Where ever they sell and trim the tree to suit the needs and desires of the customers, there may be sizable pieces to make something useful. I am thinking of doing this next year, if my health holds out. Just an idea for all you ladies and gentlemen.
  15. Website of shop made jigs, machines and devices.
  16. Pulled this from another site. Apparently Charles Neil is uploading his finishing videos- https://www.youtube.com/user/InTheWorkshop/videos
  17. lew

    Librestock Photos

    Searchable database of free photos
  18. In case any one missed it or if there are any Bosch tool nuts out there (Stick ??) Bosch is having a "contest" for free tool giveaway. Bosch Launches A FREAK'N Contest! - coptool.com WWW.COPTOOL.COM Bosch is announcing the biggest contest in Bosch history. Starting August 21st (today), they plan on giving away 2,000 of their 18V Socket-Ready Impact Drivers (IDH182) coupled with a CORE18V 6.3 Ah battery. This is their latest battery platform – … Continue reading → Read more
  19. Free video series from Woodcraft
  20. A collection of free font sites- https://www.creativebloq.com/typography/download-free-fonts-resources-912696
  21. FREE rulers and other stuff https://www.thebalanceeveryday.com/free-printable-rulers-1357491
  22. Two or three acres have been set aside for green wood and its there for anyone wanting wood for a saw mill or wood for turning.. Its all free. No help is offered so a guy would need a good winch and ramp for his trailer. I found this place after I stopped a guy hauling a few tree trunks and ask him what he was going to do with the wood..After we talked a while he said follow me and you can get all the wood free any time you want to go get some... Only thing helpful would be able to recognize the wood by the bark and end grain if he was to be picky.... Also speaking of mesquite pieces for lathe work. This guy is clearing land right now of large cut down mesquite trees about three miles from where I live...He is digging the stumps with an excavator and anyone who stops has been getting all the stumps for free. The cut off trees is about 2 foot tall .He sold the trees for fire wood at 3 to 4 dollars a cord which the guys buying had to cut and load their semi trailers themselves.. so now the owner is digging up whats left and putting all that stuff in hugh piles and burning it all...So I though if some one not from here thinks this mesquite is great stuff, just bring a semi down here and you might get to go home with a gold mine worth of mesquite....you also might get to take a few borers with you as you go or at least I hope so...
  23. Jeff Branch has posted a nice tutorial on creating realistic textures for Sketchup drawings. this is done without the use of additional rendering software. You can read it at- https://blog.sketchup.com/article/finding-making-and-using-incredible-sketchup-textures?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWkdZeE5qWTNaR0ptT0ROayIsInQiOiIwR1c3cWtGV2JtNWZBbzl0bGEwQVBsaHhPdFwvTGZcL3UzMkZLdFhIY1VRamVTdndvSElicFdvdHpVUzBGUXoyaFhwdjdkemNWcjd5UDBaelBjODBMVXo3dHc1c292NEd6MXdZazhFZGtRMTFzaEhxbHh2MnBNREJxc2VoNzFsN09uIn0%3D
  24. Or the stupidity in trying to use it. I don't know which but it sure bit me in the Keaster today I spied a marvelously lovely tree that the storm crews took down on the road side Maple lots of black flecks interesting grain just lovely. So I did what any turner might do I went and got a hunk. A HONKIN HUGE HUNK It required a 4 sheave block and tackle and a ramp to get the piece in my truck. Was all I could do to tip the thing over even with a 5 foot peavy. Well I trimmed it up and with my saw and the thing had nails and wire in it. Like a fool I persevered telling myself that it'd be character. One $100 carbide tipped chain saw blade later I have it on the lathe. Apparently they used to use high carbon heat treated steel for barbed wire. I tell myself it's OK coz I got a Diamond wheel for my chain saw sharpener. The cost of beauty. I start peeling off waste and hit the barbed wire. I chisel out as much as I can. It's no good. I try to saw it off with the chain saw. IT's no good. They had been wrapping wire around that tree since it was maybe 6" in diameter. I gotta get a metal detector.
  25. Free sketchup plans for an Old World Dining Table from Jeff Branch- https://jeffbranchww.com/2018/02/25/free-woodworking-plan-old-world-dining-table/
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