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    amazing carpentry, wood working, furniture thread

    amazing work here...

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    a pretty cool mass produced piece... a company was throwing it out, so the cost was reasonable...

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    bw pic

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    looks like a space ship...

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    dig this fire place...

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    A skateboard that I made a couple years ago. It's the first thing Iv'e ever made from wood. I have a nice figured Purple Heart plank for my next one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    A skateboard that I made a couple years ago. It's the first thing Iv'e ever made from wood.
    Nice work.

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    That board is great!

    One day I'll get into wood working, will be starting a few steps back from something like that though!

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    Hey SS you hijakced your own thread with a metal fireplace haha...

    sam maloof's rocking chairs:

    http://www.sam-maloof.com/images/MaloofRocker-759a.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by SkidVicious View Post
    Hey SS you hijakced your own thread with a metal fireplace haha...
    haha nope...

    Carpentry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    ship carpentry is quite fitting, the sea mine fireplace in the wooden floor setting and overall structure of the room , including the supports of the weight and routing of the chimney is pure carpentry.
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    I think this one might just take the cake. The most amazing piece of joinery I have ever seen.

    Expanding Table - Clever Engineering and Carpentry - YouTube

    Edit: ss I just watched that video, yours takes the cake, the table gets a slice of pie

    PS can someone explain why I can't hot link / embed you tube? Yes I have clicked the share button then the embed button and that doesn't work either.

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    you mean like this ?

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    yes thank you, like that. can you screen shot what you select from utoob so it does that?

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    screen shot ? can you screen shot how to screen shot ?

    just right click on your vid, copy embed code and voila ! oh no not voila, then paste it to here then: presto !
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    help with the zip please
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    and I get a blank reply like above.

    Been doing this for about 2 weeks now, most frustrating. The above reply was with the embed code, if I don't choose the embed code I get the hyperlink instead, like this

    Japanese Joinery - YouTube

    Edit, after I posted this reply the video shows up in the previous post. aargh

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    I made this for some one that wanted to match there crown moulding from a century home.

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    this was the top

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    very nice dekes

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    nice job: very nicely proportioned, deke. Red oak: watch out for those splinters ! lol.

    I'm working on a coffee table from walnut that i salvaged, milled and dried myself, with some of the sapwood showing, i book matched 4" sections and biscuit joined them so that it has a zerba stripe kinda effect, then breadboarded it. I'll get a picture of the top of it posted once i get it out of storage.
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