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  1. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi everyone,. OK so it's down to these two 110 / 1.5 (220 not an option) . The Jet is on sale for 625.00 at both Rockler and Woodcraft free delivery 5 year warranty. I can get a new ShopFox for 474.00 or 392.00 used good condition, also free delivery. 2 year warranty...
  2. Kissing Stool

    What do you do when your wife is 5'4" and you are 6'1"? Besides calling her Lilly and having her call you Herman? In order to help with the issue of her being vertically challenged, I built a kissing stool. This is made out of reclaimed wood from pallets, it is screwed and glued to support...
  3. Catholic Headboard

    This is a 8ft headboard made of mahogany with a walnut stain. The catholic gate was provided by the customer. I welded the gate together and welded studs on the sides then I had to oxide my welds and spray a lacquer clear on all the metal to preserve the rustic element. I then built a jig to...
  4. Bell Tower Clock

    An other scroll saw project. Made with 1/4 red oak.
  5. My Guitar Stand

    This my guitar stand I made from walnut. I start my design in the computer. I use AutoCad and I draw it in solid modeling mode. Once I have the design, I print it in 2D image at full scale. Then I spray the back of the print with an tempory adhesive and lay it on wood. I use the print to cut it...
  6. 1/4 Cut Walnut Vanity

    1/4 cut walnut veneer, grain matched doors and drawer fronts, white laminate with a solid walnut frame top, brushed nickel pulls and a clear lacquer finish.
  7. Super Simple Coat Rack

    Hi Guys, This is a super simple one and I hope you don't mind me sharing. We needed a coat rack at home and "we" wanted something rustic with simple lines. Made from a single piece of Oak, a reclaimed floor board, and using only hand tools. Finished with 3-4 coats of beeswax, buffed in...
  8. Finished Workbench

    Just finished up my workbench Finally finished my workbench this weekend. Wagon Vise (Veritas Shoulder Vise Screw) on the right end, Wilton on the left, and a 7"x8"x1/2" A36 Steel Anvil Plate inset. The front working section is 12" deep 6' long. The back is 10"x6' Undercarriage is Red Cedar...
  9. Purple People Eater - Purpleheart Bentwood Ring with silver glass inlay

    Okay okay, I know…Texas A&M colors are maroon and white but this is what an Aggie fan ordered and who am I to argue? :) The silver glass inlay really snaps, crackles and pops! When outdoors in the sunlight the glass is super brilliant and looks like it's battery operated…lol. Purpleheart is...
  10. Miter Cuts Helping Hand

    This is for all those of you, like me sat around scratching thier heads trying to figure out why miter cuts just wouldnt line up. You set the blade to 45 degrees, you make the cut, you align the box, glue and another wasted effort. At least that was my experience. I read several posts on all...
  11. Solid Live Edge Walnut Semi-Cubed pedestals, tables, or stools

    Solid Walnut Cubes with just a touch of live edge on the corners. 10.5X11.5 & 17 tall. Spar urethane finish
  12. Cutting Boards

    The smaller one was made from scraps during my sophomore year. The bigger one was made to fit into my parents old slot under the counter which fits perfectly. This was more of a learning project than anything with the weird design, but definitely showed me how creative you can be with 'em.
  13. Router ski jig

    Been reading about ski jigs for routers over at www.routerforums.com and decided to make one and see if I could use it as a thicknessing jig. Worked out great. The idea is to secure the workpiece to a known flat surface. In this case I am using a sheet of 3/4" melamine laminated particle...
  14. Center Piece Candle Holder

    I ran across this candle holder in woodsmith magazine #182. My original thought was to make this out of a nice, figured, piece of curly maple that I had been saving for a small project like this. After getting the materials together, I did not think the 4/4 curly maple was thick enough to get...
  15. rod piezo resonator guitar bridges

    Started making these for those builders of homemade reso guitars. Those of us in that hobby know of mike lowe and his reso lowe cones that he makes these rod biscuits are made for that type of resonator cone. I make them out of a varitiy of exotic woods and all have bone saddles. Usually...
  16. Sketchup Thorsen for you guys

    I decided to use the drawings included in the Thorsen plan to make a sketchup drawing as close to the original as possible. I don't know if everything is completely accurate, but it's pretty frickin' close, that's for sure. As you'll see, I also made one that is translucent and shows the tenons...
  17. Travel Tic-Tac-Toe Game

    I just realized that I have mentioned that one of my patterns was features on Steve Good's blog, but that I never actually posted it as a project. Well here it is :) This simple tic-tac-toe game is 5 1/2" x 5 3/4", 3/4" thick (with the lid on), and features a simple sliding dovetail lid. The...
  18. Simple mallet

    Here is the Mallet I mentioned in my "smarter then the average bear" project posting. It is maple wood. I did a quick little chip carving pattern on it. The finish will be the oil from my hands. It was a simple little project and I'm happy with the way it feels. I'll make sure it helps...
  19. BARREL BOTTLE OPENER

    Another bunch of wall hang bottle openers - BARREL alike, made of scrap wood ash, temperature treated ash (cross beams), oak, walnut and plywood for cups. Finish wood oil. Dimensions 30×13cm, 13mm thick.
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