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The July meeting started off slow but picked up momentum quickly with eye-opening “Show & Tell” presentations by Don with his  Victor Dinovi inspired living room furniture, Gary his Windsor chair, Dave Nelson his file cabinet, Dana his paddle board, Sonny his mailbox and Lee his bowl and bar room tap handles.  Lee’s turning demo was first rate with safety tips, cutting tool techniques and helpful illustrations.  Going by the level of participation from the members as well as the 3 visitors everyone thoroughly enjoyed the meeting.  Jack will do a demo on building a clock driven by wooden gears for August’s meeting.  Let’s break all attendance records and fill the room!

Happy Woodworking

Dave Nelson

Next Meeting
August 12, 7PM  
 566 NE 42nd Court, Oakland Park 33334
Visitors welcome

At every meeting members display their projects during the “Show & Tell” segment.

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  1. Demo - wooden clock making with Jack Hochberg

  2. Show & Tell excitement

  3. Lights-Camera-Sound

Gary has inspired us  all with his talents as a woodworker and restorer.  His ability to execute fine pieces of furniture and lathe work set’s the bar for excellence  at the guild. Gary also restores planes and other woodworking equipment.  More on Gary
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Florida has relatively few woodworking training facilities.  I’ve made a list with links to the websites. See schools.

Lee Sky’s demo on wood turning

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Meeting at a Glance

All my projects start with a pencil drawing and then are refined in Sketchup. For me this program is indispensable. See article



Sketchup in Action

August Meeting

Woodworking Schools

Master Craftsman

Wicked Sharp!

Victor Dinovi seminar photos, See more

Wedged Mortise and Tenon

This joint will never loosen!

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“Thomas, your spending way too much time woodworking”