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  1. Marking Awl

    Hey guys! This was a fun little lathe project i made. I was tired of using nails to mark the centres of my holes before drilling so i decided to make my own awl! I used African rosewood for the handle, a brass fitting that i then turned down on the lathe and a old masonry bit i had laying...
  2. Keepsake Box with Hidden Drawer

    Based on Dustin Penner's boxes with secret compartments. African Rosewood and Beech. Finished with mineral oil and wax.
  3. Pool and Table Tennis table

    This is my first post on Lumberjocks even though I have read a lot here already. A lot of very cool projects and I have learned quite a lot! I finished my pool table in March 2017 - it is built from African Rosewood and have a removable top so that it can be used as a table tennis table (full...
  4. High Powered Glasses from projection TV Lenses

    I was watching a cool movie (on DVD) called " The Name of the Rose ", with Sean Connery and Christian Slater. Ron Pearlman. He had a pair of thick lensed wooden folding glasses for reading and looking for clues. So I made a similar pair from lenses I salavaged from a big old projection TV...
  5. AFRICAN ROSEWOOD CUTTING BOARD.

    African Rosewood Cutting Board :: Beautiful pink grain one solid piece 3/4 inch thick . Hard as rock to cut but smells so sweet. I have rounded over the top side on my palm router, and routered a all round finger board under side. Sanded to a 0000 grade steel wool and finished off with a Anti...
  6. My First Inlay

    This jewelry box was a lot of fun to create. I had some African Rosewood and I also had some very grainy Fingered Maple, so that what I used. I had read a lot of articles about inlay and I thought I would try it. Also I had never put in splines on the corners. I have made most of my boxes with...
  7. Inlay Chess Board

    Hi Everybody, this is my first post on LJ. I`ve made the chessboard a while ago with the plan, at the time, to just frame it with a nice wood and use it as a regular board to teach my children the game. I then later decided to add some legs so you can sit at the couch when playing, that's when...
  8. Blogs
    Workbench Base Finished I am busy building a split top Roubo workbench and have recently finished the base. The base is built from some left-over African Rosewood I had, while the top will be Hard Maple. The vices and sliding deadman will be made from Leadwood. Next up is installing some...
  9. Blogs
    Wall Hanging Plane Tray I recently built a wall hanging plane tray to store my hand planes on the wall. It has a bracket at the top and bottom to hold the plane. It simply slides in and drop down to stay in place. And simply lift up and out to remove. It's made from shutterply backing board...
  10. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    DOT "." You're so lame, you probably think this site's is about you You're so lame, I'll bet you think this site's is about you Don't you? Don't You? You had me several years ago when I almost believed Well you said that we could make such a woodsy tool And that you never deceived But you gave...
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