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  1. The boss says the weekend is over so it’s back to work. This is a phase of the project that is going to get tedious by the end but has to be done. The doors in this house are the standard raised panel doors that are pressed out of some material to look wood like. We will be replacing them all (18) with new doors made of Sapele. I am driving over to the coast tomorrow to pick up 700 bd ft of it in 4/4. 100 bd ft is for Static LV, another friend is going in for an additional 100 bd ft. It looks like this project will use about 500 bd ft for the doors, jambs and molding. I will be laminating up 4/4 to give us 1 1/2” thick doors. The molding for the reeded glass interiors as well as a Zagarat design on top of the doors will be Wenge. In the past I have used a Shopsmith in horizontal drilling mode to fasten the rails and stiles with 3/4” dowels. This time I am contemplating picking up a Festool 700 domino tool for the job. Sapele is fairly hard stuff and drilling it is not going to be fun. It’s very similar to red oak in hardness. I am just not sure that dumping that much money into the domino tool is worth it. We are going to give Tectus hinges a go on this project for the first time. I have several friends who have switched over to them and rave about them. Having concealed and completely adjustable door hinges appeals to Ileene. They are pretty straight forward to install with the Shaper Origin and I ordered up one pair to do a mock up which went pretty well. Paul
  2. I’m still waiting for the laminated door verticals to cure so I thought I would make a box for my daughter. It’s an easy build using one pattern and the shaper origin. I used 1/2” SOSS barrel hinges for the lid. Paul
  3. I received some new engraving bits so I decided to try them out on a gift for one of my boat neighbors. A simple set of monogrammed coasters. Paul
  4. Anyone have any experience with the shaper origin? I really don’t have room for a full cnc and maybe an alternative? https://www.shapertools.com/en-us/
  5. I thought this was an interesting build on the SO forum. Origin-built Lathe and Disc Sander - Projects - Shaper Community (shapertools.com) Paul
  6. I know at least one woodworker here is using the Shaper Origin, and I came across this website that shows how to build a Shaper Origin work station. I remembered this fellow Charlie Kocourek being interviewed by Scott Phillips awhile back about his Jack Bench. So anywho, here is his Shaper Origin work station if anyone is interested. Also, take a look at his Jack Bench, pretty cool! How to Build a Workstation for the Shaper Origin - Jack Bench by Charlie Kocourek JACK-BENCH.COM Tips and Tricks on How To Build a Workstation for use with the Shaper Origin. This design precisely secures both Horizontal and Vertical work pieces. Here is the link to the free plans, they are at the bottom of the page. Free Woodworking Plans - Jack Bench by Charlie Kocourek JACK-BENCH.COM I designed a Workstation for the Shaper Origin that is perfect for Both Vertical and Horizontal Work. Download the plans (Files) for Free.
  7. I have been meaning to get this done for a while. I needed a way to have sacrificial inserts that are easy to replace. I used the Shaper Origin to make the table insert and the the insert within it. It was easy to make about a dozen extra inserts so now I can just pop one out and set in a new one when needed. Paul
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