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https://www.shopsmith.com/ownersite/handson/index.htm Hands-On Archives Below is a list of Hands-On issues that have been collected. 2000 Archived Issues September/October 2000 The Grandfather Clock -- Part 1 Gumball Machine The Dancin' Duck Puppet Frame and Raised Panel Construction Safety, A Matter of Respect November/December 2000 The Grandfather Clock -- Part 2 Toy Crane Build a Chess Set Six Easy Steps to Squaring a Board Dust Collection--It Shouldn't Be An Option! 2001 Archived Issues January/February 2001 The Grandfather Clock -- Part 3 The Porch Swing The Kite String Winder Vertical Drill Press Set-ups Drill Press & Horizontal Boring Tips March/April 2001 Roll Around Barbeque Cart Patio/Deck Table The Pecking Chickens Wood Storage Tips Troubleshooting Worktable & Carriage Problems May/June 2001 Curio Cabinet Pot-Holding Garden Planter Kitchen Pasta Tools Gluing-Up Tips Table Saw Service Pointers July/August 2001 Butcher Block/Microwave Oven Table Gourmet Bird Feeder Recipe Box and Interlocking Play Logs All About Saw Blades Band Saw Service Pointers September/October 2001 Colonial Dry Sink Hanging Wall Desk Child's Pounding Bench and A Wooden Toy Top Finishing Touches--Pt. 1 Table Saw Safety Jointer Service Pointers November/December 2001 The Heirloom Rocking Horse The Child's Chalkboard Desktop Bookshelf 8-Bottle Wine Rack Finishing Touches--Pt. 2 Using Extension Cords Safety Tips 2002 Archived Issues January/February 2002 9-Drawer Workshop Toolbox Child's Desk and Chairs Candle Sconce and Desktop Pencil Holder Finishing Touches--Pt. 3 Safety is Your Decision Speed Changer Troubleshooting March/April 2002 The Garden Bench Wren and Blue Jay Bird Houses Tapered Planter Box Finishing Touches--Pt. 4 Ladder Safety Disc Sander Service Pointers May/June 2002 The Tall Bookshelf The Folding Party Tray The Mug Holder Shelf and Baseball Equipment Holder Finishing Touches--Pt. 5 Workshop Fire Safety Lathe Tailstock & Tool Rest Service Pointers July/August 2002 The Four-Poster Bed The Sunshade Sandbox The Secret Compartment Paper Towel Holder Finishing Touches--Pt. 6 Safety Dos and Dont's Keep Your Thickness Planer Running Smoothly Service Pointers September/October 2002 The Toy Train The Cold Frame The Toy Puzzles and Kitchen Helpers Using the Shopsmith Mortising Attachment to Drill Square Holes Using the Shopsmith Safety Kit Mark V Wedge Locks and Way Tubes Service Pointers November/December 2002 The Pembroke Table The Cheval Mirror The Child's Sled and Climbing Bear Scrap Wood Secrets Horizontal Boring Machine Setup and Safety RUST - The degeneration of tools and how to deal with it 2003 Archived Issues January/February 2003 The Classic Rolltop Desk - Pt.1 16-Drawer Apothecary Chest First Class Letter Box Should you have a Thickness Planer? MARK V Service Pointer Hearing Protection March/April 2003 The Classic Rolltop Desk - Pt. 2 Keyed Corner Jewelry Box Colonial Spice Cabinet Basic Techniques for Faceplate Turning MARK V Quill Feed Maintanence 12 Valuable Lathe Safety Tips May/June 2003 The Wall-Hung Curio Cabinet Mobile Potting Table Pencil and Stamp Holder Furniture Joinery MARK V Speed Change Mechanism Safety Do's and Dont's July/August 2003 The Knock-Down & Store-Away Table Home Shop Workbench Rolling Pin & Dried Flower Vase Clean Cuts - Pt. 1 Bandsaw Service Pointers Horizontal Boring Safety September/October 2003 Queen Anne Living Room Tables Covered Wagon Toy Box Tilting Shelf Sewing Thread Holder Clean Cuts - Pt. 2 Lathe Tool Sharpening MARK V Miter Gauge Service Pointers Safety First! November/December 2003 California Dream Toys The Mantel Clock Christmas Tree Ornaments Clean Cuts - Pt. 3 MARK V Saw Guards Proper Workshop Lighting 2004 Archived Issues January/February 2004 Designing, Remodeling & Creating a New Kitchen Pt. 1 The Wooden Utensil Rack & Knife Block/Cutting Board The Gallery Rail Paper Towel Holder Clean Cuts - Pt. 4 Keeping Your MARK V Running Smoothly Router Safety March/April 2004 Strip Laminate Bending The Turned Hall Tree Two Great Kitchen Gift Items Clean Cuts - Pt. 5 Troubleshooting the Shopsmith Lathe Duplicator Safety Cans for Flammable Liquids May/June 2004 Hanging Glass Door Cabinets Outdoor Duckboards Adjustable Plant Shelf The Ins and Outs of Using Woodturning Chisels Shopsmith Jigsaw Troubleshooting All About Respirators and Dust Masks July/August 2004 Antique Quilt Display Rack Heart-Shaped Display Stand Duck Napkin Holder Hardwood Information You Should Know Pt.1 MARK V Alignment New Woodworking Glues Safety Lessons I've Learned September/October 2004 Living Room Sofa Table Nob Hill Cable Car Two-Shelf Telephone Stand/Side Table Hardwood Information You Should Know Pt.2 Disc Sander Service Pointers Stepped Dowels Safety Lessons I've Learned 2005 Archived Issues January/February 2005 A Gift For Your Kitchen Outdoor Deck Chair Bandsaw Boxes Hardwood Information You Should Know - Pt 4 MARK V Vertical Drill Press & Horizontal Boring Machine Safety Lessons I've Learned July/ Aug 2005 The Heirloom Cradle The Spirit of St. Louis Airplane Making All Purpose Wooden Boxes Properties of Cabinet Lumber Bandsaw Service Pointers March/April 2005 The Sheltered Swing Turn-Of-The-Century Medicine Cabinet Puzzle Power Basic Joinery - The Mortise-And-Tenon MARK Vas a Table Saw Safety Lessons I've Learned September/October 2005 The 9-Drawer Tabletop Storage Chest The Flying Tiger Toy Airplane Verticle Paper Towel Holder and Bread-Shaped Cutting & Cheese Boards Disc Sanding Tips Jointer Service Pointers May/June 2005 The English Flip-Top Chair-Table Oval Magazine Rack Laminated Wooden Domino Set Joinery - Solving the Puzzle MARK Vas a Table Saw Nov/Dec 2005 Pendulum Cradle Candle Stand Pull-Along Dog / Salt and Pepper Shakers Copyright © 2017 Shopsmith All rights reserved.
Ok it is over and turned out very well. For background our club has scheduled Jimmy Clewes twice before this weekend and both times the weather caused cancellation of his flight. Well in January 2018 I saw him at the TAW Symposium and scheduled again. Through all the planning and communication finally he was here Friday. We had a great turnout Saturday for the demo and have six new members for the club. Had a great time and all our video and sound equipment worked flawlessly. What Can I say I was responsible for getting that done with some help we made it happen and every time we do this we will get better. Jimmy did four pieces and we all learned something. Today was the hands on and we had 8 people turning . We did a colored rim platter and a scorched ash bowl with lid to be completed in home shop. Needless to say we created a lot of compost or bedding material. Yes everyone had something to take home to work on finish. Overall it would have been worth twice the cost.