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PostPosted: Sun Aug 30, 2009 3:52 pm 
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Here is what I go done this weekend. I picked up some plywood and here are some more molds
This is one station mold # 3
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Here is the other
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I do not have a band saw right now so I cut each one with a jig saw and attach them together and sand them as a pair so they are the same. That is why Station Mold 3 looks lonely the other is still drying.

But here is the stack so far with out #3 mold
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this is 6 down to 1 with out #3 and #0 which is the center mold.

Here are some parts ready to go
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I should be able to pick up another sheet of plywood next Friday so I can make Station Mold 0 next week end and start making the strong back.


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Oooooo getting exciting huh? :D :D :D

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This is what I got finished today. It is starting to get really exciting. I have all my station molds cut and sanded. I made my 1 1/2 by 1 1/2 blocks for the molds and my holders for the strips. Here are the pics of the molds lined up and what my shop looks like. I had to move everything over to the right side to make room. When I moved in I added outlets on the left wall but none on the right. Looks like I have to run extention cords for a while. Next weekend I plan to build the strong back (It is going to be 14 feet long). Then time to buy the strips all ready milled or to buy WRC boards and mill them my self. Big savings if I mill them my self

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Let me know what you think!!!!!!


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Bert - where's yer strongback dude?

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tim eastman wrote:
Bert - where's yer strongback dude?


Strongback?
We don't need no steenkin' strongback!

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I plan to build that next weekend.


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Bert304 wrote:
I plan to build that next weekend.


You had me scared there for a second bro. :shock:
It looked there for a second like you epoxied your mold supports right to the floor! :D

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Finally starting back up on the 15' Ranger.

I am posting the pics on my website: www.twochiselswoodworking.com
I will be cutting the boards and milling the edges very soon


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can you


get it? can you.

Bert all the best as you start this. we are all looking forward to this project. as if we were building it ourselves except you are the one putting down the cash :wink: :lol:

again have a great learning experience

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