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Entry: 2013-06-05 21:10:53.699164+02 The physics of bandsaw resawing by Dan Lyke comments 0

Matthias Wandel: The physics of bandsaw resawing (YouTube)

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Entry: 2013-03-11 22:01:25.057218+01 Wood bathtub by Dan Lyke comments 2

Mitja Narobe made a solid beech wood bathtub. Gonna start with a bathroom sink, and I think we're going to do it cold-molded, but yow that's sexy.

On the web site of Matthias Wandel by way of David Bethune's entry on LumberJocks.

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Entry: 2009-10-14 23:29:48.801209+02 Day Trading by Dan Lyke comments 1

Chartgame picks random historical data for an S&P 500 stock, lets you buy and sell and advance a day, and sees if you can outperform buy and hold. From Matthias Wandel, who's now been linked enough to get his own topic.

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Entry: 2009-10-05 01:17:05.479188+02 More from CJ by Dan Lyke comments 1

I have linked to Matthias Wandel before, but further discussion with CJ has reminded me that Woodgears.ca, Matthias Wandel's woodworking site, deserves another perusal. Among other things, I should have set up better jigs for gluing up my mitered cabinet doors recently, here are some suggestions on ways to clamp.

And I know I've seen this page before, but adding it here: a big collection of large format camera builders.

Aaaand, The Old Crankee Workshop - Episode One, "a little dorky, but if you watch the Real Norm, is amusing.....". I'll have to watch when I have a moment for video.

[ related topics: Interactive Drama Photography Movies Community Video Archival Woodworking Home Improvement Matthias Wandel ]

Entry: 2007-01-12 18:41:39.967782+01 Woodworking Resources by Dan Lyke comments 1

Tom Plamann, woodworker. Among other things, check out his airplane cabinets, curved wood built lightweight for corporate jets, but there's a lot there, and he shows some good construction photos. Note the "Show All" button on his pages, it's your friend.

Matthias Wandel's woodworking page has a fingerjointing jig for a tablesaw that has some ideas to pull off of, and a computer controlled version of same, along with a bunch of other cool and wacky projects.

Pat Warner is a router god taken to the next level.

Kevin Brady is a lawyer from Minneapolis who does woodworking. He's also got some good notes on DIY dust control.

Speaking of dust control, Bill's Cyclone and Dust Collection Research - Cyclone Building Instructions looks totally worthwhile if you've got a large enough shop to need a stationary dust collection system but not so big that you can justify a commercial cyclone for parts extraction. However, if you can afford the commercial cyclone, Clear Vue Cyclones are his cyclone design done in clear acrylic, so you can see the sawdust swirling as it's separated out from the vacuum feed.

Joe Woodworker has a bunch of neat notes, along with selling some really pretty veneers and providing information on doing your own vacuum forming and veneering, so you can get the same quality that the big commercial cabinet shops do. Might also be a useful resource if you plan on playing with carbon fiber, fiberglass, or other molding materials.

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Entry: 2001-11-12 20:16:13+01 Marble machines by Dan Lyke comments 0

Sigh. Not much to say this morning. Via Larkfarm, go check out Matthias's Marble Machines for a good starting point to look at neat kinetic sculptures.

[ related topics: Art & Culture Matthias Wandel ]

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