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Online Jellybean

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Re: Carpentry as Hobby anyone?
« Reply #50 on: July 18, 2017, 12:43:16 PM »
awesome job man! kakainggit! ever since nag condo na kasi ako, di na ako makagamit ng mga power tools ko hahaha

bro tip, get some of those wood veneer stickers from daiso to finish your projects to make it look more refined and professional :)

Thanks man. Actually, condo din yun tinitirhan ko  :lol:, kaya pinakamalakas na power tool yun corded drill pero very seldom ko gamitin. Normal handsaw for crosscutting tapos backsaw for joint cuts plus a lot of sweat (gandang workout  :mrgreen:)

Naisip ko din yun veneers sa Daiso pero baka sa cajon lang gamitin, yun table kasi parang type ko yun effect na iba iba kulay nun panels hehe

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Re: Carpentry as Hobby anyone?
« Reply #51 on: July 21, 2017, 12:57:45 PM »
More of a hobbyist here.  Guess it's more woodcraft than woodworking, definitely not carpentry or frame carpentry at least.  If that makes sense.  Perhaps I would call it amateur woodcrafter by choice. :-D

Pedalboard, speaker cabs, are some of the builds I've done guitar related.  Though I've built a chest of drawers when I was in my teens, some axe, hammer, and other tool handles.  And this year I've done a Paul Sellers inspired workbench.

Prefer working with natural wood or milled lumber.

Generally handtools, just a Bosch power drill for holes (though I may use an eggbeater handtool for that as well).

Oh, and did I mention I'm a sucker for old hand tools.

Do we have like minds here?  I miss the old photobucket days, seems I can't host my pics from there anymore.
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Re: Carpentry as Hobby anyone?
« Reply #52 on: July 21, 2017, 02:41:46 PM »
More of a hobbyist here.  Guess it's more woodcraft than woodworking, definitely not carpentry or frame carpentry at least.  If that makes sense.  Perhaps I would call it amateur woodcrafter by choice. :-D

Pedalboard, speaker cabs, are some of the builds I've done guitar related.  Though I've built a chest of drawers when I was in my teens, some axe, hammer, and other tool handles.  And this year I've done a Paul Sellers inspired workbench.

Prefer working with natural wood or milled lumber.

Generally handtools, just a Bosch power drill for holes (though I may use an eggbeater handtool for that as well).

Oh, and did I mention I'm a sucker for old hand tools.

Do we have like minds here?  I miss the old photobucket days, seems I can't host my pics from there anymore.

me too! built several speaker cabs and boards for personal use hahaha was lucky to live near a salvaged lumber store so wood was cheap to come by back then. :)

hahaha ako binibiyak ko muna yung wetpaks para makita kung may yellow thingy hahahaha

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Re: Carpentry as Hobby anyone?
« Reply #53 on: July 21, 2017, 02:50:19 PM »
Dito sa lugar namin di maganda mag wood work dami anay mga wooden bookshelf di pinapatawad.

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Re: Carpentry as Hobby anyone?
« Reply #54 on: July 22, 2017, 02:24:32 PM »
More of a hobbyist here.  Guess it's more woodcraft than woodworking, definitely not carpentry or frame carpentry at least.  If that makes sense.  Perhaps I would call it amateur woodcrafter by choice. :-D

Pedalboard, speaker cabs, are some of the builds I've done guitar related.  Though I've built a chest of drawers when I was in my teens, some axe, hammer, and other tool handles.  And this year I've done a Paul Sellers inspired workbench.

Prefer working with natural wood or milled lumber.

Generally handtools, just a Bosch power drill for holes (though I may use an eggbeater handtool for that as well).

Oh, and did I mention I'm a sucker for old hand tools.

Do we have like minds here?  I miss the old photobucket days, seems I can't host my pics from there anymore.

Would be great to see your hand tools  :-D and your Paul Sellers inspired workbench.
I'm thinking once I retire I will pursue "woodcraft" as well.
Have you seen that hand-built house in Latvia? (check out Northmen on Youtube) My brother and I are planning to hand build our own house as well but definitely no where near the wooden house built by Jacob in that video.