最终痴汉电车

最终痴汉电车

Thursday, 25 June 2015

Tea Box Dividers


Dividers are ripped to 60mm and then planned down to fit in dados done on the pin router.

After crosscutting the right length, Shu Feng marks where the joinery will be cut by placing the dividers in the box.


A sled was modified to cut the half lap dado joint with a dado set on the table saw.
Layout lines were transferred up the newly cut kerf of the dadoblades on the sled.
Then layout lines on the dividers are transferred to the edge and lined up on the fence.
A stop block is now set in place.


The divider is flipped onto the stop block for the second cut.
This ensures the dados are symetrical


Be sure to do a test fit first. It may take a few tries to accurately shim the Dado Set to the perfect width.
 
Great job Shu!
The Tea Box Complete

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Resaw Jig

Phil re-saws  his Maple Dividers to save material
He uses this fancy re-saw jig to track Drift on the band saw.

This jig slips over the rip fence on the band saw
After Phil found the drift, he paralleled it with the jig and then moved the rip fence to resaw down the middle of his board


Watch Phil re-saw his board perfectly


The perfect Book-match


Mallet Detail on the Lathe

 Sonya's Maple Mallet


Watch Sonya Put the finishing touches on her Maple Mallet

 

After sanding her mallet up to 220 grit,
Sonya uses coat hanger wire to burn dark lines in grooves she made with skew


Sonya then applies wax to the mallet while it is on the lathe and finally burnishes it with its own maple shavings

What a handsome Mallet! 
Sonya's mallet is made from laminated maple with pieces of contrasting veneer in between.


Wednesday, 10 June 2015