Category Archives: Nuts and Bolts

Dehumidifier Kiln

Well, after much thought, research, and stalling, I finally built a dehumidification kiln. You see, the last time I cut trees was last Spring. That lumber has been stacked and air-drying for over a year now. I recently finished off … Continue reading

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Making Pegs

Well, it’s been a while since I posted. I must admit that I am a little busy, and it takes more time to write than I sometimes have to spare. I finished the wardrobe since my last post, and then … Continue reading

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Pegged Tenons

When I first decided to start woodworking, I decided to read as much as possible first. A friend of mine told me that’s nice, but you need to start making sawdust. I thought his advice was good, but I read … Continue reading

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The Wardrobe

Today I started what, for me, is my most challenging project to date: a wardrobe for my son.  I tried to keep it simple; just frame and panel construction with four long posts at the corners.  It’s a ton of … Continue reading

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