Author Archives: john

Say Hello to my Little Friend!

Day 2, fixing bench problems

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Moonlighting with the Screen Printer (Sweatshirts are in the Store)

So guess what I did today? Today I was in the shop of Kelly Robbins who does screen printing and embroidery. Kelly, his wife and parents have been running Robbins Apparel since 1997, with Kelly working full-time for the last … Continue reading

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‘I Don’t See that Going Anywhere’

If you frequent Lie-Nielsen Toolworks events you may have run into Roger Benton. He is one of the show crew that demonstrates Lie-Nielsen tools and lifts large crates of tools at the end of the show. When we travel to … Continue reading

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No More Crack!

What’s wrong with this picture? I have found a number of ways to crack the stuff I am working on. Namely half-blind tail sockets in the drawer fronts. I have been chopping them out and been cracking the board. The … Continue reading

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Note on Delivery of Orders

First, I want to thank everyone for your continued support for our products, and your patience as we experience growing pains. We will always strive to put out the best material in the best form and get it to you … Continue reading

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Shirt Sale!

In digging through the inventory I found a large plastic trash bag full of shirts.  We are already looking at a new design due out for Woodworking in America, but before we have anything else enter my domain we need … Continue reading

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Found: One Leather-bound Edition of ‘Mouldings in Practice’

Not sure how, but I found one copy of “Mouldings in Practice” bound in leather. Depending on how the book sells and when we re-print we may do another batch in leather. It won’t be anytime soon, however. The book … Continue reading

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