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Arts and Crafts Rocker

by John W. Nixon on October 24 2004 03:00

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8/23/2010 8:41:18 PM
United States
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Reply to comment from goooooood who wrote:
Ok John love your videos, have one question , maybe two...lol

don't you only have to make 16 ten...

Thanks!  You're absolutely right - just 16 tenons on the toolstand.
Thanks for watching the videos!
8/23/2010 1:32:25 PM
Saudi Arabia
goooooood
Posted by:
Ok John love your videos, have one question , maybe two...lol

don't you only have to make 16 tenons for the tool stand and not 32 like the mortises?

second question, can I do the mortises on a drill press with the mortising attachment accuretly?

thx again, very informative. BTW, I only have a workshop like 100 sq.ft.
10/20/2009 6:24:47 PM
United States
Dave Jones
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Boy that chair sure looked rough when you got.  You breathed new life into it nicely!!
10/15/2009 4:34:37 AM
United States
Matt Christopher
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John, Looking at the rocker WOW! Nice job the true sign on a woodworker is to build a chair I'm finishing up a couple projects and the next one being a Morris Chair. I so hope you took video of this video. With limited amount of millwork tools (no thickness planner and jointer) it's hard to get good straight lumber. I like the way to do your mortises, in not needing a mortise machine. I'm wondering what sneaky trick you were able to use to assemble the chair. I love the arts and crafts stuff too. Have you ever looked into Greene and Greene stuff? I can't wait till ya get the latest video's edited. Nice job!
Matt
3/16/2009 9:47:50 AM
Argentina
Ignacio
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Es un ermoso proyecto para un aficionado

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