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Congrats to mel52 for winning the Simple Japanese Furniture: 24 Classic Step-By-Step Projects  by Group Monomono in the November Giveaway! Post a...
Hi all, it's great to see so many people from LumberJocks coming to Craftisian and joining our site. Welcome! I am well aware of the recent abrupt...
Hello all! First, let me say, thanks for all the feedback and feature requests in the past days. I am a bit overwhelmed but keep making progress da...
I’m not certain yet how it’s going to look when done, but I experimented a bit with punched metal this morning. I printed this photo on a piece of...
This is my project write up for the 2022 Screwdriver/Marking Tool Swap originally submitted over on another site. The project is basically in three...
I am happy to invite you all to our brand new Craftisian Build Plan Marketplalce - and perhaps do some last minute gift shopping that would also su...
The lower part of this mill is cladded in wood. I want the cladding to be removable so i can access the inner works and also to be able to show wha...
[Image] To prevent the mill from blowing over it is anchored to the concrete foundations. In my model i'm not using any concrete and this windmil...
The "Stoelbalk" and the "wervel" are the parts on which the main spindle rests. The wervel is made so it can be moved to fine tune the running of t...
The "boventafelment" is also anchored on the beams with 4 metal anchors. On the drawing these are placed on the outside. But I want to be able to t...
This part of the mill is called "koker" and can be translated as tube. It is part of the bottom part of the windmill and allows the main drive shaf...
There have been record-breaking 314 projects posted in December. Congrats to Bentlyj for winning the One-Plank Woodworking Projects by Andy Standin...