summer

  1. Giveaway items

    Giveaway items

    Free, must pick up at shop
  2. Giveaway items

    Giveaway items

    Free, must pick up at shop
  3. Giveaway items

    Giveaway items

    Free, must pick up at shop
  4. Giveaway items

    Giveaway items

    Free, must pick up at shop
  5. Giveaway items

    Giveaway items

    Free, must pick up at shop
  6. Giveaway items

    Giveaway items

    Free, must pick up at shop
  7. Giveaway items

    Giveaway items

    Free, must pick up at shop
  8. Asheville Hardware

    New summer classes and demos!

    First of all, I'll introduce myself: my name is Scott Meek, and Asheville Hardware brought me on staff a little over a month ago to start getting Asheville Woodworking School back up and running. When the store moved locations a little over a year ago, some things have taken longer than others...
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    Woodworking Summer Camp Instructors needed

    I got this email via Charlotte Woodworkers. I know some members are college/grad students so this might be of interest to them. But I also wonder if they'd Alex be a camper/instructor!!! First: Jed Last: Dorfman Address: 1000 Cape Moonshine Rd City: Piermont State: NH Zip...
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    What I did on my summer vacation

    A friend at work asked me to build two large cabinets to take the place of closets, of which their house is a tad lacking. I decided to document the build and share the work via pictures. The two cabinets are identical, with sapele frames, sapele plywood boxes, veneered birdseye maple panels...
  11. scsmith42

    Shop update Summer '10

    It's been a while since I posted an update regarding the new shop. 2010 sure has flown past; it's hard to believe that it's almost Labor day. Progress continues on the shop. I recently completed the last of the 480V wiring, and am now pretty much complete with the electrical work. Thanks...
  12. The upper elbow is complete

    The upper elbow is complete

  13. Some components laid out on the shop floor.

    Some components laid out on the shop floor.

  14. Fabricating the second elbow

    Fabricating the second elbow

    I have finished cutting the pieces for the upper elbow, and am in the process of tack welding it together.
  15. Main riser viewed from the shop

    Main riser viewed from the shop

  16. The main riser

    The main riser

    This photo provides a great reference to the scale of these components. Not the size of the ductwork and blower as compared with the door...
  17. The main riser installed

    The main riser installed

    Eureka! This afternoon Eric Wilberg and I installed the new main riser onto the blower.
  18. Laying out the cuts

    Laying out the cuts

    In order to fabricate some elbows out of 20" ducting, Doug and I put our heads together and figured out how to use a couple of lasers to lay out the cut lines. The cut angles were laid out on the floor, and the pipe and lasers aligned to them.
  19. Dust Collection - fabricating the first elbow

    Dust Collection - fabricating the first elbow

    NCWW member Doug Wilberg tacking the first elbow together.
  20. Dust collection - fabricating the main riser

    Dust collection - fabricating the main riser

    The main riser components are laid out. Next step is to trim about 18" off of the bottom of one piece and weld it to the other.

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