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15:01, 17 April 2019 Waxwrap5.JPG (file) 509 KB Project:Beeswax Wrap the finished beeswax wrap can be cleaned with soapy water (not too hot!) 1
14:57, 17 April 2019 Waxwrap4.JPG (file) 564 KB Project:Beeswax Wrap The warmth of your hands should now be sufficient to shape your beeswax wrap around pretty much anything! If it doesn't keep its shape, add more wax. 1
14:54, 17 April 2019 Waxwrap3.JPG (file) 349 KB Project:Beeswax Wrap place the beeswax-covered fabric between to sheets of baking paper and use a flatiron to melt the wax into it 1
14:31, 17 April 2019 Waxwrap2.JPG (file) 440 KB Project:Beeswax Wrap spread the beeswax flakes onto a piece of cotton fabric 1
14:28, 17 April 2019 Waxwrap1.JPG (file) 405 KB Project:Beeswax Wrap first of all, the beeswax needed to be shredded into workable pieces 1
01:15, 14 March 2019 Schwenkgrill Vorbild.JPG (file) 540 KB Project:Schwenkgrill Opas selbstgebauter Schwenkgrill, den ich in einigen Punkten kopieren möchte! 1
00:22, 9 March 2019 Toy wheel turning 6.JPG (file) 436 KB turning wheels for a toy (Project:Tigerente) step 6: drill a perfectly centered hole using a drill chuck on the wood lathe! 1
00:19, 9 March 2019 Toy wheel turning 5.JPG (file) 427 KB turning wheels for a toy (Project:Tigerente) step 5: sand off the central roughness, e.g. with a clamped-down belt sander (we did not have a disc sander yet) 1
00:17, 9 March 2019 Toy wheel turning 4.JPG (file) 389 KB turning wheels for a toy (Project:Tigerente) step 4: finish the parting cut off the lathe, using a Japanese saw for example 1
00:13, 9 March 2019 Toy wheel turning 3.JPG (file) 457 KB turning wheels for a toy (Project:Tigerente) step 3: repeat parting until there are enough recognizable wheels 1
00:11, 9 March 2019 Toy wheel turning 2.JPG (file) 410 KB turning wheels for a toy (Project:Tigerente) step 2: use a parting tool to define the wheels 1
00:09, 9 March 2019 Toy wheel turning 1.JPG (file) 354 KB turning wheels for a toy (Project:Tigerente) step 1 (after your blank becomes round): mark what to keep/where to part 1
19:07, 7 March 2019 Center finder on log.JPG (file) 366 KB using a 3D printed "center finder" to estimate the center of a not exactly round apple log 1
18:55, 7 March 2019 Squaring up 2.JPG (file) 432 KB squaring up a woodturning blank, step 2: cut your stock using the previously set parallel fence - not too difficult ;-) 1
18:48, 7 March 2019 Squaring up 1.JPG (file) 390 KB squaring up a woodturning blank, step 1: use the narrower width of your stock to set the table saw's parallel fence 1
18:42, 7 March 2019 Softwood spindle blanks.JPG (file) 390 KB spindle woodturning blanks cut from various softwood scraps - good for practicing (e.g. file handles, but not suited for complex shapes 1
18:07, 7 March 2019 Composite woodturning blank.JPG (file) 320 KB composite woodturning blank (top) and the resulting gardening tool - lots of wood was saved here by only gluing on a thicker section where needed! woodturning credit goes to Axel ;-) 1
17:58, 7 March 2019 Pear branch cut faces.JPG (file) 425 KB Project:Drying Timber cut faces of two pear branches before they were sealed for drying 1
17:57, 7 March 2019 Cut up zwetschge before sealing.JPG (file) 186 KB Project:Drying Timber (some) pieces of a zwetschge tree that had to go, but will hopefully get a second life as the result of various woodworking projects! 1
17:46, 7 March 2019 Kim's mystery timber.JPG (file) 533 KB Project:Drying Timber two glue-sealed large pieces of a not yet identified tree which unfortunately turned out to be infested with beetles 1
17:30, 7 March 2019 Putative apple log + glue.JPG (file) 511 KB Project:Drying Timber piece of apple (maybe) just after applying wood glue to seal the ends 1
17:25, 7 March 2019 Spalted beech painted.JPG (file) 490 KB Project:Drying Timber piece of beech with some interesting spalting, painted with clear lacquer a bit late: there were already some checks 1
17:23, 7 March 2019 Checked cherry painted.JPG (file) 439 KB Project:Drying Timber piece of cherry that was painted with clear lacquer a bit late: there were already some checks 1
17:22, 7 March 2019 Checked maple painted.JPG (file) 448 KB Project:Drying Timber piece of maple that was painted with clear lacquer a bit late: there were already some checks 1
17:13, 7 March 2019 Early beech drying attempt.jpg (file) 79 KB Project:Drying Timber one of the first pieces Lukas started to dry: beech without special treatment 1
19:34, 6 March 2019 Airlag's yew logs.jpg (file) 432 KB Project:Drying Timber kind gift of two yew logs that Airlag had in his garage for a few years 1
19:19, 6 March 2019 Outdoor dried beech log.JPG (file) 591 KB Project:Drying Timber beech log that had already been outside for about 6 months, shortly before getting sealed with paraffin (microwaved candle stumps & dripped from burning candle) 1
19:16, 6 March 2019 Outdoor dried ash log.JPG (file) 351 KB Project:Drying Timber ash log that had already been outside for about 6 months, shortly before getting sealed with paraffin (microwaved candle stumps & dripped from burning candle) 1
19:10, 6 March 2019 Outdoor dried apple log.jpg (file) 359 KB Project:Drying Timber an apple log that had already dried outside for a while shortly before being end-sealed with paraffin 1
18:53, 6 March 2019 Ash log paraffin treatment.JPG (file) 196 KB Project:Drying Timber although this ash log may have been split too far already when Lukas found it, the ends were sealed with paraffin (candle stumps melted with a heat gun) 1
19:39, 5 March 2019 Socket wrench storage.jpg (file) 347 KB our socket wrenches and a selection of sockets on the wall 1
18:46, 5 March 2019 TAC 24.JPG (file) 401 KB Project:TAC finished 4-player board 1
18:45, 5 March 2019 TAC 23.JPG (file) 462 KB Project:TAC for nice and even adhesion in a round cutout, it works well to apply pressure with something round (like a CD) 1
18:43, 5 March 2019 TAC 22.JPG (file) 559 KB Project:TAC ''Alleskleber'' was used to stick the felt to the board 1
18:37, 5 March 2019 TAC 21.JPG (file) 456 KB Project:TAC the center of the 4-player board ("card pit"?) was covered in green felt for a nice look 1
18:35, 5 March 2019 TAC 20.JPG (file) 681 KB Project:TAC cleaned up area of the 4-player board 1
18:33, 5 March 2019 TAC 19.JPG (file) 514 KB Project:TAC partially cleaned up area of the 4-player board - without sanding marks because a knife could be used on this wood 1
18:32, 5 March 2019 TAC 18.JPG (file) 525 KB Project:TAC since the 4-player board's hardwood fibers were easily cut by a knife, sanding and the resulting brightening of the ''Eukalyptus'' wood could be largely avoided during the cleanup process 1
18:28, 5 March 2019 TAC 17.JPG (file) 416 KB Project:TAC finally, the 6-player board (spruce/fir) was finished with olive oil 1
18:27, 5 March 2019 TAC 16.JPG (file) 484 KB Project:TAC completely sanded area of the 6-player board 1
18:25, 5 March 2019 TAC 15.JPG (file) 425 KB Project:TAC the soft spruce/fir wood was best cleaned up with sandpaper after routing 1
00:19, 5 March 2019 TAC 14.JPG (file) 335 KB Project:TAC chamfered edge of the 6-player board (before sanding) 1
00:16, 5 March 2019 TAC 13.JPG (file) 179 KB Project:TAC chamfering the edges of the 6-player board on the router table 1
00:15, 5 March 2019 TAC 12.JPG (file) 470 KB Project:TAC a chamfer bit was used to finalize the edges of the 6-player board on the router table 1
00:13, 5 March 2019 TAC 11.JPG (file) 562 KB Project:TAC 4-player board ready to leave the workshop with only minor steps left 1
00:11, 5 March 2019 TAC 10.JPG (file) 184 KB Project:TAC after the outline was finished, the edges of the 4-player board were prettified with a roundover router bit 1
00:06, 5 March 2019 TAC 09.JPG (file) 413 KB Project:TAC ...and trimmed to the partial-depth outline with a flush-cut router bit 1
00:03, 5 March 2019 TAC 08.JPG (file) 443 KB Project:TAC since our end mills were too short to cut all the way through the workpiece at the edges, the rough shape was cut out on the table saw... 1
00:00, 5 March 2019 TAC 00.JPG (file) 379 KB Project:TAC finished 6-player game in use :-) 1
23:46, 4 March 2019 TAC 07.JPG (file) 445 KB Project:TAC the decorated version required some manual corrections with a rotary tool because the warped board was not engraved evenly by the CNC router 1
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