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2010 Fall

WHAT'S NEW?

Congratulations John Gicking!
The winner of our Summer Drawing for our Edge-Guide + Circles Package

Click here to enter our Fall Drawing and try your hand at winning our award-winning Plunge Base

Woodworker's Journal interviews Rich on "Plunge Trim Routers? It's old Hat for Micro Fence"

Click here to see the article!

Introducing:

FALL SALE! is now over.
Sale ends on 10/27/10

To see our current newsletter and sale offerings,
click here.

 

 

 

GALLERY SPOTLIGHT

When Jerry Boldenow called to purchase his Micro Fence System, he told us a little about his work in home construction and rennovation. When Boldenow & Associates gets involved with a project, they're likely to handle everything from main construction to the finest of details for built-ins and free-standing furniture. We visited his website (www.boldenow.net) and were so impressed with his work that we thought all of you might be interested as well.

Jerry Boldenow & Associates:
I have been using your Micro Fence products for over 10 years. I first purchased an edge guide for my Bosch 1613 plunge router which I use for fluting newel posts, pilasters, columns, and etc. I like the sturdy design and the close tolerances of the product. The micro adjuster is second to none, and like I said, I bought the guide over 10 years ago.

Recently, I purchased a festool track saw, which I really enjoy, and used there guide system, with the track, for their router. I then found out that Micro Fence makes an edge guide that I could use with my Bosch router so I purchased it along with the circle jig. I find that the Micro Fence guide is much better and you can’t beat the micro adjuster. Although the system isn’t inexpensive, it is a well engineered system and more than worth the money.

Jerry Boldenow

 

This he refers to as the 'Fremont' house which was purchased in the spring of 2009 for a little over 1 million. It was a complete gut with the roof removed and completely rebuilt by September 2010. The rennovations totalled somewhere around a million and a half!

 

This is the back of the house that was added to include a screen porch, new family room, new kitchen and a new three-car garage.

 

Inside the house, Jerry was commissioned to build a dining table, side tables and other furniture. Logs of English Oak were imported for the project to achieve the grain patterns and color. The colder English climate produces a tight grained look that tends to stain a little lighter than American oak.

 

The material was surfaced, thickness-planed and milled to yield consistant stock for all the component parts of the furniture.

 
The next three photos are pictures of three dining room pieces that I built out of English oak with the help of Chad Kuechle in my shop. The leg turnings was done by Tim Hartzell and the finishing was done by Jim Goulding of the Restoration Workshop. The three of us have teamed up for this project and other pieces of furniture for the same client. The Main table is 14' x 6' with the three leaves and seats 16. The English oak was $20 a bd. ft. the the waste was well over 50%.
 
The table top and leaves assembled before finishing. (Jerry embedded aluminum bars on the underside of the top and leaves to guard against warpage and to insure proper table top alignment.)
 

The finished dinning table makes for an impressive dining experience.

 

This gorgeous side table was also made out of English Oak from the same logs.

 

MICRO FENCE STORAGE CABINETS FROM DICK REESE and DEL BOWER

 

Hi Richard,

My good friend Del Bower built two of these. I supplied the walnut and hardware and he supplied the design and the labor.

I think I got the better of that deal! We both enjoy using the tools and have recommended them to others.

Best regards, Dick Reese.

 

Del took the time to dovetail the cabinet cases, finish them inside and out and fit them with brass hardware. The drawers in the bottom of the case are lined with red felt.

 

It's fun to see what creative solutions our customers come up with.

Thanks to both Dick Reese and Del Bower for sharing their pictures with us!

FALL 2010 SHOW SCHEDULE
To go to our full Show Schedule, click here.

Rich will be conducting a seminar for The Woodworking Shows this season:

"Know the difference between Inlay, Marquetry and Parquetry?"

"Learn about the various types of inlay used in furniture and cabinetry as well as tips and installation techniques that have been a part of woodworking for centuries with 40 year veteran furniture and cabinet-maker Richard Wedler. You’ll get tips on working with a variety of inlays including planning, cutting, installing and finishing. Discover how inlay techniques can bring added value and beauty to your project."

Join us when the show comes to your area and save on your admission price with great discount coupons! Click here to download & print.

 

Event
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Location (click for map)
The Woodworking Shows
Oct 29-31, 2010
OC Fair & Event Center
Buildings 10&12 88 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
The Woodworking Shows Nov 5-7, 2010 California Exposition & State Fair
The Pavillion
1600 Exposition Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95815
The Woodworking Shows Nov 12-14, 2010 Portland Metropolitan Expo Center
Hall A2060 N. Marine Drive
Porland, OR 97217
The Woodworking Shows Nov 19-21, 2010 Denver Merchandise Mart
451 East 58th Avenue
Denver, CO 80216
The Woodworking Shows Dec 3-5, 2010 Canterbury Park
1100 Canterbury Road South
Shakope, MN 55379
The Woodworking Shows Dec 10-12, 2010 Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center
Exploration & Discovery Halls

1551 North Thoreau Drive

Schaumburg, IL 60173
The Woodworking Shows Dec 17-19, 2010 Gibraltar Trade Center
15525 Rancho Road
Taylor, MI 48180

 

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