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  1. What's on your work bench? This is the official topic for images and friendly chatter regarding that all important surface, the personal statement of your shop, the steadfast friend we can always count on, the space of your shop that nobody knows better than you, we are talking about the almighty "Work Bench". Submit your images now! That's right, don't clean it up, don't be embarrassed, the messier the better, or if there is nothing on it at all, that is fine too. If you have not touched your bench in years, and you have taken a break from woodworking and have boxes piled on it, we want that image too! All images are welcome. Spirit of Topic This is a Hit-n-Run topic, as you walk past your bench, whip out your camera or smart phone, and snap a shot, load it up here. No need for text explanations if you don't want too. To kick this off, walk out in your shop and snap a picture of your bench surface now, and lets get this topic rolling. This will be an ongoing topic, for you to share images of your bench top today, and every day. Types of benches Some of us have small benches, some of us have big benches, some of us use a space in our dining room, some may have a picnic table they use for a bench, and some of us may have a bench of all benches, the traditional joiners bench, or a beautiful full cabinet shakers bench. No matter what you call your work surface, no matter what your work surface looks like, we want to see images of your bench! Thank you in advance to the participants!
  2. I think I may have found a way of getting around my picture posting problem and am giving it a try.
  3. The Ring Master Gallery is now live. We have created the Ring Master Gallery as a sub category in the "Wood Turning" Gallery. Navigate to the Wood Turning Gallery and you will the Ring Master sub category. Feel free to ad your images. Please read the rules for our gallery submissions. For a refresher, and the rules (suggestions) are located in each gallery. Image Uploading Suggestions We appreciate your help in keeping our image gallery orderly and easy for others to research. Please consider these suggestions while uploading your images. Name your images before uploading to our gallery, the generic camera file names just look so messy. "Walnut Desk" looks so much better than "DSC19467je69.jpg". You can also name your images after you upload them to our gallery for your convenience. After uploading your images, please consider adding a description so your viewers know what they are seeing and the wood used, the tools used, or even your inspiration for building the project. Please consider tagging your images so our members and guests will be able to successfully search for your image and related images. Tags can be inserted into the "Tags" field. An example of tags and their names should be related to your project. If your project images are of a Walnut Desk with dovetail joinery, than tag the image with "Walnut", "Desk", "Dovetail" etc. Thank you for your cooperation. The Management
  4. Here are a few more bowls from the past, circa 2015. When I was working for a landscape company in the Florida Panhandle, I was able to obtain free wood fairly easily. These are White Cedar and Live Oak. Both are surprisingly pretty. I especially like the dark brown coloration of the Live Oak. And the Cedar, well its Cedar, need I say more.
  5. So, as I stated in my introduction, I began turning while stationed in Alaska. Several of my neighbors were wood turners and after watching them, I was hooked. I spent countless nights in my freezing garage cranking out bowls. We even hooked up with a local knife company, and turned dozens of Ulu bowls. Alaskan Birch is one of my favorite wood species to turn. I also love White Spruce, but the sap gets everywhere when you turn it wet. It was so easy to get wood for turning up there, not so much here in Florida.
  6. Hey Patriot turners! We are looking for members to shine the spotlight on for "Wednesday's Wisdom". Upload your turning projects to our Patriot Gallery so we can give you a "high five" and a pat on the back. It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or a pro, we want to give you recognition for your efforts. So, what are you waiting for? Upload those images today!!!!!!!!!!!!
  7. lew

    Shapes

    Web images of shapes for turned objects http://www.ipet.gr/~akoutsou/benchmark/dataset/single-all.jpg
  8. Dear folks, we had a wonderful discussion on images submitted by you, and how they are used here on The Patriot Woodworker in another un-related topic at I thought I would open up a designated topic for this area of concern and we can hash it all out here. I'd like to open this up by stating, I/we completely understand the concerns. And we are open to all suggestions as you all know by now, we take each one very seriously and we act on them. Firstly I'd like to put out there the philosophy of what our community was built on when it comes to the content, sharing, open source works, and how we use your work. Community content and images For the most part your content stays here, considering the ten of thousands of discussions in our forum and our growing gallery of albums, very few are used by us, outside of this community. There are exceptions however. We share your content within the realm of social media and newsletters. The following venues are used by us, to share your content. Please click on the links below to be taken to our community pages: Twitter Facebook Google + Pinterest Why do we share your work? Firstly, I am very proud of the work that is submitted here. I love sharing your work to the general public. Also, and mainly, we like to promote our community and our aim is to bring in more members, and create more awareness of our projects and missions benefiting our veterans (a new mission will be announced soon). The equation is, awareness = new members = higher rate of involvement in our veterans projects that we have throughout the year. So in a nutshell, when we share your work, and your albums, our community benefits, commentary is made on your work within social media, interest is gained, and a new member joins. Our copyright Please see our copyright at this link https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ The above copyright includes all work submitted to our community. This is an open source copyright. Community open-ness My personal philosophy regarding the web is this, it is here for many reasons but in my world, mainly for education, study and research, expanding knowledge, meeting friends, experiencing cultures we may never get a chance to experience in our lifetime, and helping others who need the help (in our case we are advocates for our veterans both in the US and Canada.) With that in mind, our community is open in many ways, anyone can see any part of our community, we are not closed off, we do not have areas for members only, we don't have paid only areas, we do not lock out our guests, they can see everything you can see (but guests cannot participate) and It's virtually impossible to get yourself locked out of our community, unless you did something atrocious or threatened bodily harm to a fellow member or staff. But, there are two areas "non-logged in" guests cannot see, and that is our Members Profiles and the Member Map. (UPDATE: unknown to me the Member Map has been open to guests, I have changed it as of today) In closing I'd like to thank you for reading this far, I thought it was important in the spirit of "Full-Disclosure" and especially in the case of our newest members, that you understand how your content is used by us. I understand there are concerns about how Google and other search engines use your content, please use this topic to open up your concerns regarding that as well. We want to hear you! Thank you
  9. There has been fabulous work entered in our gallery lately, all the work is fabulous, please view our gallery, click on the images above and visit some great scrolling images and clocks and much more! Great job guys!
  10. Helping Our Website Viewers John, I am not sure where to post this suggestion/comment so I put it in each of the forums. If this isn’t permissible, please delete it. Hey folks, thought I’d pass along an experience I had today. Our neighbor, who lives across the street, dropped by to chat. They are new to the neighborhood (about a year) and we are getting to know them better each day. We knew that our neighbor is a marathoner. In fact, she was in the Boston race when the bomb went off. Fortunately, she was not injured. We also knew she is losing her sight. She has three young sons and she is going blind, tragic. Her sight was the reason for her visit. Sometime back, Microsoft gave away free copies of “Windows Eyesâ€. It is Microsoft’s integrated screen reader. I had given her a copy so that she could use it on her computer. She had a few questions and wondered if I could help. I showed her how to do a few things and then decided to brag little about our Patriot Woodworker sight- as a way to illustrate how the program worked when using a web browser. Everything was going great until we got to some of the images (one of them was mine!). The “reader†started speaking in “numbers†and “lettersâ€. What I discovered was that some of our images didn’t have descriptive names but rather “camera†names. Although the neighbor is not completely sightless, yet, it was confusing to her. It got me to thinking about some of our members- like Lt. Fallon and how difficult it must be to use a computer. We can all help by making sure we rename our images before uploading them. Screen readers and visually members will thank you! Lew
  11. John, I am not sure where to post this suggestion/comment so I put it in each of the forums. If this isn't permissible, please delete it. Hey folks, thought I’d pass along an experience I had today. Our neighbor, who lives across the street, dropped by to chat. They are new to the neighborhood (about a year) and we are getting to know them better each day. We knew that our neighbor is a marathoner. In fact, she was in the Boston race when the bomb went off. Fortunately, she was not injured. We also knew she is losing her sight. She has three young sons and she is going blind, tragic. Her sight was the reason for her visit. Sometime back, Microsoft gave away free copies of “Windows Eyesâ€. It is Microsoft’s integrated screen reader. I had given her a copy so that she could use it on her computer. She had a few questions and wondered if I could help. I showed her how to do a few things and then decided to brag little about our Patriot Woodworker sight- as a way to illustrate how the program worked when using a web browser. Everything was going great until we got to some of the images (one of them was mine!). The “reader†started speaking in “numbers†and “lettersâ€. What I discovered was that some of our images didn’t have descriptive names but rather “camera†names. Although the neighbor is not completely sightless, yet, it was confusing to her. It got me to thinking about some of our members- like Lt. Fallon and how difficult it must be to use a computer. We can all help by making sure we rename our images before uploading them. Screen readers and visually members will thank you! Lew
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