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Ennobee
Ennobee
wannabe designer
Last Activity: 01-10-2021, 02:21 AM
Joined: 01-09-2010
Location: League City, Greater Houston area , Texas
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  • Ennobee
    replied to What Toys did Santa Bring?
    I got Kathy Wise's book 'Intarsia-woodworkjng for beginners'. I guess my wife got fed up with me complaining about my segmentation projects not working out the way I wanted and decided I needed to know how it's really done. I'll be starting the first training project this afternoon.
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    Last edited by Ennobee; 01-02-2021, 06:17 PM.

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  • Ennobee
    replied to Latest toy.
    Looks great. And if it swims without tipping over, that's a great plus.(my attempts at sailing ships always keeled over. Guess I needed a large lead me like in the 'crafts for boys' books from the 1920's I got my ideas from) so 3/4 pinewood? Am I guessing right you cut up a 1-by-4 construction plan...
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  • Ennobee
    started a topic Woodworker does Christmas on a budget

    Woodworker does Christmas on a budget

    Part of the wood fence in our backyard broke down and had to be replaced. So we ended up with a hole in our holiday budget, but with lots of wood slats. So when life gives you lemons, you just use them to cut yourself a Christmas tree......
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    Total cost $5.95 for 100 wood screws...
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    Last edited by Ennobee; 12-19-2020, 06:22 PM.

  • Ennobee
    replied to Bank Vault style door lock
    Welcome back... Jus in time for the holidays....
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  • Ennobee
    replied to Advent Walk
    Great..... And congratulations,.
    however the kid in me is just looking at that long walk of slats and wondering: ghee, bet you could run a marble down there.. would.make a nice track
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  • My general idea was that with bevel cutting you won't need a backing plate because if you push in the pieces hard enough, the bevel pushes them into place, by times even without glue. I have tried this o some earlier works and I found that the pressure from the bevel piece is enough to even secure the...
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