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At 4:43pm on February 4, 2016, Larry S Turner said…
Can you share more details about how you made. Maybe some plans or step by step.
At 3:23pm on October 7, 2013, Jose Colon said…

Thanks Jim, I have started a bathroom vanity and its coming out better then expected. Ill post some project pics when its completed. Thanks for the response.

At 6:02pm on October 29, 2012, Robert Brennan said…

Jim,

The work process that you have  is much the same for me, The only difference is i joint everything before doing a thickness run, possibly the thicknesser will do the same work if the boards are reasonable. I actually made a table from pallets it on the Kreg Site somewhere if you wanted to see just what sort of results you can get.

At 5:21pm on October 29, 2012, Joe Borelli said…
How do you get the boards so nice - joiner/planer? I also like the finish. Nice job!
At 6:09pm on October 25, 2012, Jim Delorme said…

I currently subscribe to Woodsmith eTips and enjoy receiving their video tips and read tips. I’ve come across several over the past couple of years that have helped me in my shop and today’s tips included a simple low cost Moxon style vice that I think several of you may want to build.

http://www.woodsmithtips.com/2012/10/25/easy-to-build-vise/

If you haven’t already, I encourage you to subscribe as well

Thanks Woodsmith!

Jim

At 8:27am on April 13, 2012, Jim Delorme said…

You are very welcome Charles. You can also use the wax on the face of your hand plane. Just scrible a few lines on it and it will glide smoothly over your work surface.

At 8:21am on April 13, 2012, Charles Parrish said…

Paraffin wax 

THANK YOU JIM. I'M JUST LEARNING. YOU HAVE BEEN VERY HELPFUL.
At 11:42am on April 9, 2012, Tony Olivares said…

oooh, ok! thanks! (learned) jajaja

At 9:17pm on January 29, 2012, nat turrigiano said…

Thanks Jim

At 10:30am on July 12, 2011, Jim Delorme said…
Hey Al, I see by your photos that you are a "Tin Banger" as well as a wood worker. What do you do for your day job?
At 6:06am on July 12, 2011, Al Barale said…
Thank you Jim, I am honored to be your friend. I really enjoy looking at photos your work, your a very talented woodworker.  l look forward to your friendship.
At 9:07am on January 14, 2011, Jim Delorme said…

Thanks Karsten,

Your work is pretty nice too, I like the computer desk you made. My wife wants me to build a coffee table and a couple of accent tables next and a friend of mine is giving me an old water bed that I am going to re-saw and re-purpose.

TTYL

Jim

At 7:39pm on January 13, 2011, Karsten said…

Excellent work, Jim!  I've only done one large project thus far, but I can appreciate the fine work you do with flush fit doors and drawers.  You've done a lot in your projects and it seems that you have got it down.  Especially critical with a white finish.

I also appreciate that you (and others) put pics of the assembly processes of your projects on this site.  It's a great way for us new woodworkers to learn new techniques. 

At 1:41pm on September 29, 2010, Clayton Weed said…
Love your style. Do you build from plans or just shoot from the hip? Do have a plan for the bathroom mirrors?
You do nice work!!!!! I need to learn more about drawers.
At 7:11pm on September 21, 2010, Jim Delorme said…
You are welcome. I really enjoy my jig and I make a point to show it to everyone that visits my home. I'm just starting to build my garage shop and have incorporated it into my one wall bench first that way I can use it to build the rest of the shop.
At 3:46pm on September 21, 2010, KregRep said…
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