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  1. I have a drill press attachment for my mortising machine. I recently had to create a thru mortise on a 2-5/8" think piece (the feet on the bench I am creating. Once bored and my tenons fit I noticed the tenon was too thick given the mortise. I had ridges in the mortise so I took my knife and cut them away but I guess I was cutting not straight. So now the tenon once sanded equally on both side would start in the mortise but then after an inch in it wold drop to the bottom. I am planning on doing the following. I will from the back side of the thru mortise fill the gap with shims then glue them in after the tenon is installed and glued in place. Some of my mortise width is also wider than desired again on the back side only so again insert the tenon glue it in then pack the sides with shims Then glue them in and trim them off then sand smooth. Please note if the tenons were too thin I would of course glue back on the cut offs and recut then them. But in this case I found the mortise to be tapered. Is my proposal sound?
  2. As I posted on Monday morning I did turning demo at the club Saturday. Got a big catch that broke the bowl in two . Then at home got the idea to glue back together. So decided to try to cut out break and glue in some African mahogany I have. Still not a perfect joint but will try epoxy with micro powder to fill. will try to cut the excess before mounting on lathe this afternoon. So here goes nothing.
  3. During shop clean up, I found some narrow strips of walnut from an old forgotten job. The were approx a quarter inch sq. by 10". Since we are still under self quarantine, I have lots of time and decided to make a glue up using these strips and some maple & pine. It came out kinda nice.I made two of them and may turn the other one in the opposite direction. The oval is about inch and three quarters. I haven't been turning much lately and it is nice to get back where time has no meaning. It goes by so quickly when you are having fun.
  4. Decided to go ahead and make inside out ornaments for Christmas this year. Much more glue and clamp time than I envisioned not to mention running all the pieces through the saw to size them and make sure they are square. While running them through the saw I keep track of the grain match too. Turning them is the easy part and takes the least amount of time. I start out gluing two pairs together and when they are dry I glue the two halves together to get the square blank. Then they go on the lathe and turn the inside and put some shellac finish on with a rag while still on the lathe. Then I break them apart, turn them inside out and glue two pairs together and when they are dry glue the two halves together keeping track of the numbered pieces to keep the grain oriented. I glued 36 blanks up, here are some of them. I am now working at turning the final shape and will have to put the finish on once they are turned. Whew! I make 60 to give away each year so I still have another batch of 24 to do after these.
  5. Lew, you asked to see what my glue ups looked like before I turned them. I couldn't find the ones I wanted but did find one of my glue ups for another table top project. Boards over and under during cutting and then swapped. I also get ideas as I assemble for cutting for glue ups. I have others turning pictures, can't locate them
  6. From the album: Remote Caddie

    All pieces except bottom in clamps

    © Lewis Kauffman

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