Puttering around in the shop
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Just finished up a major clean up of the shop....was starting to miss just making sawdust....

Found a 1 x 10 of Pine scrap.....marked a bunch of lines all over it.....including a large circle...
Bandsaw did the circle cut... Rolleyes 
   
Then got out a brace and bit Cool  
   
To make chopping out a few square holes easier.. Rolleyes 
   
At one point, that Japanese mortise chisel caused a split to happen Upset   So, I cleaned things up, applied glue to the break, and added the clamps Cool 
   
And went back to chopping.   Added a smaller chisel, and used my chin to "power" it, instead of the hammer. Cool 
   
Got to the point that the clamps were in the way....decided to let the glue sit overnight, and called it an evening...
Stay tuned, there may be more of this "Trouble with Trivets" Rolleyes Laugh 

IF anyone wants, I can post another thread about that shop cleanup...... Uhoh
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
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  Re: Puttering around in the shop by bandit571 (Just finished up a m...)
(05-10-2018, 11:37 AM)bandit571 Wrote: Just finished up a major clean up of the shop....was starting to miss just making sawdust....

SNIP>>>>>

IF anyone wants, I can post another thread about that shop cleanup...... Uhoh

Did you burn any tools in this last cleanup?  Smirk
Bruce
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  Re: Puttering around in the shop by bandit571 (Just finished up a m...)
I am very curious of what you are going to make this time. Yes
It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

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Nope, no tools were burned this time around... Rolleyes 
   
Arlin:  Tis called a Trivet....Left one hole round, so it can hang on a peg.   Have to get some Mineral Oil and give it a few coats...
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
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Interesting.... The term 'trivet' is evolving from tripod into one bumping out "hot pad".
Bruce
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If it makes you feel any better go ahead and show us what you cleaned up, but it still looks like a well used and slightly crowded wood shop to me.
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Tom is right...Bandit, you will feel much better after posting the clean up.
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(05-10-2018, 11:12 PM)bandit571 Wrote: Nope, no tools were burned this time around... Rolleyes 

Arlin:  Tis called a Trivet....Left one hole round, so it can hang on a peg.   Have to get some Mineral Oil and give it a few coats...

I had to look it us.

* a small plate placed under a hot serving dish to protect a table.

It sure looks like it will do the job. Yes
It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

Hi, I'm Arlin's proud wife! His brain trma & meds-give memory probs and has pain from injuries, but all is well materially & financially.  
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I had to look up the word "clean" just to make sure all these years I wasn't lied to.   Laugh

 Heat up a cast iron pan and set it on top and let the heat brown the wood before coating it with whatever you coat it with. Gives it character.   Big Grin
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(05-10-2018, 11:12 PM)bandit571 Wrote: Nope, no tools were burned this time around... Rolleyes 

Arlin:  Tis called a Trivet....Left one hole round, so it can hang on a peg.   Have to get some Mineral Oil and give it a few coats...

you could use that to make huge peanut butter cookies Yes
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