I’ve been trying to draw up some plans for building a lamp for my nightstand for quite a while, but couldn’t quite come up with something that looks reasonably sleep while still being able to actually build it with the tools at my disposal.
Finally I came up with a design that seemed workable. Some things went well on this project, but others did not go as hoped…
Continue reading Lamps!
In great pieces of woodworking you usually don’t find much in terms of parts that are screwed or nailed together. Continue reading Glue Joints in Woodworking
Due to weather (or so is the official story) My Quarks kit finally arrived, after spending two weeks on icy roads in FedEx Trucks going across the country. Continue reading Quarks Kit Arrived — Drilling in MDF
While I was happy to get the side pieces of the main cabinet for the modular Voxel cut last weekend, I couldn’t glue anything together. Continue reading Modular Voxel: First Glue-Up
So this weekend I finally started the build on the modular Voxel. Continue reading Modular Voxel: Putting the Saw to the Plywood
So the usual material to build speaker cabinets from is apparently MDF, which stands for “medium density fiber”. For a Voxel build, MDF that is half an inch thick would be fine. — MDF is basically what you get when you mix sawdust with epoxy and form it into sheets… Continue reading Modular Voxel: What to build it from?
The Voxel is a small and fairly straightforward subwoofer design described in this post by its designer, Paul Carmody.
Small and straightforward that is if you know how to build speakers… Continue reading Designing a modular Voxel…
Playing around with a design for a desk I want to build lead to “maybe it should have built-in speakers?”, which then led to “let’s build some speakers!”.
So why? Continue reading So let’s build some speakers…