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  1. First Ever Inlay - Wooden Dog Pendants with Gorilla Glue

    I had no idea what I wanted to do for this challenge when I first heard about it. I just knew that I wanted to start participating more in the community so I'd feel more connected and less like a young person cut off from all the usual wild young person activities. I'm pretty new in general to...
  2. Kalimba (Thumb Piano)

    This is my first wood instrument creation. When I was a young boy in the 60's (that was such a long time ago), my Uncle who was in the Navy came back from a stop in Africa and brought back a Kalimba. So after his stroke last year, I decided to make this for him. It is made from Bloodwood with...
  3. Abranet Sanding Block

    I bought a 12 inch length of 4 inch 320 grit Arbanet and thought a sanding block would be handy. Especially if I could get different grits and have it changeable. William sent me some very nice pecan that I wanted to use for something to keep. I wanted a bigger handle because I have a cheap...
  4. Keepsake Box

    This is my first small box I've built. I built it for my 8-year-old niece for Christmas. The box is red oak w/ dark walnut stain, and the top and bottom are soft maple. The box is splined although you can hardly see the splines due to a "learning experience" that included me accidentally...
  5. Woodturning
    Oh, man, I started looking at powered sanding options-angle drill-type arrangement with the small pads, probably 2" to start with. Holy Smokes! way too much to choose from, and not cheap. So, I need your thoughts on what to consider for finishing relatively small bowls (up to 10"D) that won't...
  6. Hand Tools
    Like it would a ROS without the protector pad?
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have a Bosch B0S20VSK sander. I ordered two sanders.. both worked great with the 80 grit paper supplied. I ordered some Mirka Abranet sandpaper. It lasts forever. Highly recommended. After using it for a few minutes the sander pad would no longer hold on any sandpaper, no matter what...
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