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Sharpening stones aren’t an item that you can just chuck in your tool chest and pull out when ever you need them. Like any other tool in your kit they too require some routine maintenance.
But if your like me you might get a little lazy and forget to do it every now and again so here is a cheap and easy way of doing it!
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If you weren’t aware I had to take some time off from the podcast due to some family issues so this is just a quick update to let you know what is going on.
Shane Basford is another Aussie woodworker located in South Australia and he shared with me this picture of his coffee table he just finished building over facebook and I think it looks great!
If you have been watching my podcast for a while you would know that I just love anything that uses reclaimed or recycled timber and this is a great example of just that. While Shane states he is a relatively new woodworker you would have a hard time believing that by looking at this great coffee table!
Materials: Reclaimed Jarrah
Ron’s workshop is also a 3 car garage that actually gets used for cars!
Here is what Ron has to say…
Just a quick update to let you know I’m still here and that there is a new website.
Michael has crammed a lot of gear into his space. He is also planning a pretty big project for the future, a stand alone workshop.
I absolutely love the old Shop Smith that Michael has in the workshop, there is just something about old machines from this era that really fascinates me. I think it might have something to do with the amount of cast iron parts you find in them.
Here is what Michael has to say about his tools in the shop.
Bella the chihuahua must be one pampered dog!
Dog beds have certainly started to become more and more luxurious over the last 10 years and this project is really a good representation of how far they have come since the days of having a scrap bit of carpet on the porch!
Nice project Ron!
In this three part turned four part video series we build a “multi function miter saw station” that will be used not only as a miter saw station but also a space for my sanding machines, drill press and scroll saw.
In part four we finish hanging the doors, install some full extension shelves and plumb in our shop vac.
All music by Kevin Macleod @ www.incomptech.com