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Furniture Drawing Styles – Old vs. New

The following content is syndicated content. July 27th, 2015 in blogs I’m continually interested in furniture drawing styles. I admire many of the older styles (pre-computer) for their beauty and efficiency. It’s hard to imagine how they were able to get so much information onto one sheet of paper. So I attempted […]

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Burial Urns for Veterans

The following content is syndicated content. May 9th, 2015 in blogs Recently I did a volunteer SketchUp job for a group of woodworkers in North Carolina. They are building simple burial urns for veterans using their donated time and materials. These urns are getting distributed to the state’s veterans cemeteries and their […]

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Making SketchUp Your Own on the Mac

The following content is syndicated content. Simple Cabinetry with Pocket Hole Joinery     A Woodworker’s Guide to Grain Direction       How to Sharpen a Spokeshave       How to Sharpen Hollow Chisel Mortising Bits         … Continue reading here.

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Making SketchUp Your Own

The following content is syndicated content. Simple Tape Trick for Tight Fitting Through-Mortises Speed Up Handplane Honing with Your Ruler Smoothing Plane Tips and Techniques The Coolest Cutting Board Ever? […]

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Sculpturing a Windsor Seat – In SketchUp

The following content is syndicated content. February 13th, 2015 in blogs Several weeks ago I showed the making of this Windsor Writing Arm Chair. A reader asked how I did the “Sculptured Seat” – not the one in pine with a travisher, but the one shown in the SketchUp model. Actually, I […]

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Screw Threads in SketchUp

The following content is syndicated content. Mounting Knife Hinges in Curved Doors How to Sharpen a Card Scraper Five Minute Guide: Glue-Ups Dedicated Sled Delivers Perfect Finger Joints […]

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Williamsburg – Egg & Dart Carving

The following content is syndicated content. January 26th, 2014 in blogs Each year, I’ve been attending the Williamsburg Conference “Working Wood in the 18th Century”. It has always been educational, instructional, and inspirational. After returning home each year, I have a list of new ideas for the shop and for SketchUp. This year’s program […]

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SketchUp 2014 Is Now Available

The following content is syndicated content. How to Drill Windsor Chair Mortises T-Track is a Smart Workbench Accessory Biscuit Joiner Tips and Tricks Mounting Knife Hinges in Curved Doors […]

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