Here is a list of all the postings Derek Lane has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Early Christmas boxes|
Blimey and I thought I had started early making some candle holders
Very nice ad should be well received
|Thread: Just joined, noob queries, excited about first project please help|
Try a google search for timber yards near where you are all you can do is phone and find out what they will charge many will also cotdown to length so it fits in the car.
How about newrailway sleepers the ones that Garden centres sell
Is this the video
Edited By Derek Lane on 11/04/2019 18:05:48
|Thread: Bandsaw - Ripping down|
Check the blade tracking this will effect the way the blade cuts. You will need to readjust the roller guides at the same time as they may not sit where they should once the tracking is moved
|Thread: Black & Decker DN339 Bandsaw|
Something similar HERE
I know it is not B & D
I was not sure about the pattern to start with but when applying the last coat of finish a friend came in and asked how much when I told them they brought it before the varnish had dried need I have worried.
Some more photos of the piece
|Thread: Stained Field Maple|
Thank you SadSam it came a respectful first It gets harder each time as there are some very good turners in our club, as well as many other clubs
|Thread: Wooden Bench Screws|
The problem of rethreading is that in summer it will then be too loose. It needs stripping down in summer or if done in winter take it indoors for 3 or 4 weeks then give it a good seal with something like one of the oil finishes. Someone else may have a better answer
|Thread: What sort of glue is likely to be used to join these wood pieces together?|
I highlighted the link and opened in a new tab and it shows a bed try now
Edited By Derek Lane on 22/01/2019 11:05:02
|Thread: Stained Field Maple|
First turning of this year. Made for our club competition.
Field Maple and measures 7 1/4" X 2" and has some light ripple in the bottom, sanded to 600grit and then wiped over with water and given a final sand of 600grit to de-nibed. Chestnut spirit stain applied with paint brushes and acrylic satin varnish was used as a sealer because I ran out of proper sealer. Final coats are Acrylic gloss lacquer. I left the bottom of the foot as plain wood.
Started this Tuesday and only just finished and ready for the competition is tomorrow, I like to cut it fine and if any stage goes wrong I go into panic mode
|Thread: natural edged laburnum bowl|
Very nice indeed Dennis I like the lip around the bowl rim
|Thread: Removing rust from hand tools|
How much rust is on them. For light rust a very light sand with Wet and dry sand paper using a light oil then wipe off if it heavily rusted then look at either chemical rust removers.
Thank you Derek
This piece is based on work of Mark Sanger. And not from the recent article in the magazine as I had already started before it came out.
Turned from a piece of quite plain Walnut. Texture applied with a power carver and the blue is Anchor interference blue paint over Chestnut black ebonising spray and a coat of Acrylic satin varnish. The copper is a metallic spray paint.
|Thread: Woken up again|
Good to see some of your work again Brian.
Two exceptional pieces love the burr inlay
|Thread: Record player cabinet|
A very nice design like the waisted middle makes for an unusual piece
|Thread: Been a while|
That is one very nice desk Al. The elm certainly has character
|Thread: Stamp Box|
Another present made this time a box to keep some stamps in as well as a place for things like tweezers in the top tray. The lid is held in place by the top tray as I wanted the bottom to be quite shallow to make it easier to get the stamps out of the divisions.
It measures !0 1/4" X 7 3/4" X 1 3/4"
OK call me cheap skate if you like but 99% of the wood I have is from recycling or given to me as trunks. This did take a little while to complete as I spent time preparing wood to the correct dimensions.
|Thread: Show in the south|
The Detling show was good and when I went you could not move sometimes not even being able to get to the stand that I wanted
Yes we did unfortunately I did not make the last one at Ally Pally but did send a piece into the competition there.
I am sure the companies that put on these shows think that the northerners have more money to spend than down south.
|Thread: At The Going Down Of The Sun|
I made a stencil of the soldier and attached it to the vase using photographic spray adhesive then sprayed the sun over that. Because the stencil was on there for a short time the adhesive did not set fully making it easier to remove.
Want the latest issue of The Woodworker incorporating Good Woodworking? Use our magazine locator links to find your nearest stockist!
We're always happy to hear from you, so feel free to get in touch!