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  1. 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!
  2. This weekend begins dove season here in Alabama so I’m planning on being in a corn field at noon Saturday for some shooting fun. Probably wont get a lot of shop work done so I’m going to the shop today for a while and help work on more of the oak tables. Two more tops are stained and about ready to be mounted to the bases. So that’s what’s happening here this weekend and in the shop, what’s on your agenda? All of us here at TPW love to hear about your projects, so share your photos and agenda with us. Even if your just relaxing and having Coffee. What ever very you do this weekend, have fun and be safe!
  3. As I peruse my endless supply of the old Workbench Magazine, I come across some wonderfully fun articles, many that still pertain to our techniques in woodworking today. And when I do I like to share them here. So here goes, check out this very cool, old article from a Workbench Magazine 1965 Sept-Oct issue. How to use a wood lathe. Have fun! Do the speeds for turning still apply?
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    This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use. I love cobblers benches, dad made one many years ago for uncle, and it turned out to be the discussion of many a party and get together. You can use the cobblers bench for a coffee table, end table, or even to work on in a real life working environment. The schematics of this plan are good, they assume the builder already has a grasp on the fundamentals of woodworking. Have fun!
  5. View File Workbench Magazine 1965 Sept-Oct Cobblers Bench Coffee Table This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use. I love cobblers benches, dad made one many years ago for uncle, and it turned out to be the discussion of many a party and get together. You can use the cobblers bench for a coffee table, end table, or even to work on in a real life working environment. The schematics of this plan are good, they assume the builder already has a grasp on the fundamentals of woodworking. Have fun! Submitter John Morris Submitted 08/16/2016 Category Furnishings  
  6. Donate to Homes For Our Troops and you'll be automatically entered to win our awesome Bessey K-Body's. We are proud to announce the giveaway of some wonderful clamps as contributed by our sponsor Bessey Tools! We will feature our Bessey Tools K-Body REVO clamps valued at $220.00 for the 30 day period from September 23rd through October 22nd, at the end of this time period we will choose one lucky winner at random from a pool of Homes For Our Troops donors. All proceeds are deposited directly to Homes for our Troops, we have no interaction with the transaction. We are only issuing the grand prize. Here is the breakdown for your donations and chances to win. 1 Entry into the draw for a $2.00 donation 3 Entries into the draw for a $5.00 donation 7 Entries into the draw for a $10.00 donation 15 Entries into the draw for a $20.00 donation RULES Membership in The Patriot Woodworker community is not required. In order to qualify to be in the draw for these fantastic tools, you'll need to make a donation of 2 dollars or more to Homes for our Troops by following the links and making a donation. Please go to Donate to The Patriot Woodworker Homes for our Troops Team Page.All members, and hosts and guests who donated to Homes for our Troops will be entered into the random draw at the end of the promotional period.We are sorry, but only members with a shipping address in the lower 48 states, Canada, and Alaska are eligible for the random draw.The winner will be notified via personal email and public announcement.The winner will have 30 days to claim their prize, if the prize is not claimed within that time period the tools will be auctioned off and the proceeds will be used to benefit disabled veteran woodworkers.In order that your donation is logged into our Team Page please click on the drop down menu at the donor page and select John Morris - The Patriot Woodworker's So without further adieu let us introduce you to the grand prize for this draw! The winner will receive the following clamps as titled and pictured: 2 x KR3.524 (24"K-Body REVO) 2 x KR3.540 (40"K-body REVO) 2 x KBX20 (K-Body Extenders) TOTAL VALUE $220.00 Bessey Tools has been a huge supporter of The Patriot Woodworker's since the early days of our existence, we are very grateful for their continued support of our woodworking organization and also the veterans organizations we in turn support and the men and women in our armed forces both here in the US and in Canada. Thank you Bessey Tools for allowing us the opportunity to outfit a lucky woodworkers shop with your awesome clamping solutions. Please visit the links below to explore the Bessy lineup of tools Bessey Tools North America Bessey Tools Facebook Page Bessey Tools Twitter Bessey Tools YouTube Channel Also, did you know Bessey Tools are for Metal Working as well! Many do not know this! Bessey Tools for Metal Working They also have Cutting Tools. Once again, thank you Bessey Tools!
  7. Did a little turning this week, getting ready for that church craft show. These are called "Dibbles" or "Dibbers" and are used by gardeners for making holes to plant bulbs/seeds. These are roughly 8" long and a little over 1" in diameter. The rings are 1" apart to assist in the planting depth. I used a wire "Garotte" to burn the marks, thus making them more visible. Made from hard Maple that had dark streaks. I made 10 of these. Maybe I can sell them for $5 each. The finish is a bee's wax/mineral combo. On a few of these, I used my Sorby spiraling tool to make "threads". The one on the right was my first attempt. It came out the best of all of the ones I made- beginners luck! The threads are straight but on the other turnings, the threads are wavy. You can see this on the left turning. Not sure what I was doing wrong. If anyone has one of these tools, I would appreciate tips/advice. I'm also making a few bottle stoppers. I have some Spalted Maple that is thick enough for turning. Post pix of them next week. If you get a chance, head on over to Cliff's page. He's made a really nice tool carousal for his new lathe- http://thepatriotwoodworker.com/forum/topics/tool-carosel-got-r-dun He has incorporated some great feature into his design. Safe turning!
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