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  1. Connecticut Lowboy

    I started building this maybe 3 years ago (time flies) and finally finished it early this summer. Made from plans found in popular woodworking magazine, article by Glen D. Huey. As per the article I think this project was a great intro into building period furniture. Not too complicated as long...
  2. Walnut Table...Rust-egant?? Ele-rustic??

    This is a table I came up with when a buddy gave me some end-grain slabs of black walnut from a downed tree on his property. The only thing I could think to do with them was use them for table tops. This table uses the first of two pieces I received. The belt sander didn't work too well (even...
  3. Prototype Chair

    Finally figuered out how to post a project… Built of poplar using Norman Vandal's book as a guide. This one will be black laquered and used as an office chair. Final set of six to be built of cherry with federal blue as seat covers. Construction Pics
  4. Spinning Queen Ann Tilt Top Tea Table in Black Walnut

    I started by purchasing a 3' diameter black walnut log from the late great Simmie Again of Lambertville, NJ. I then took the log to Strimples Sawmill, because this was years before I owned my own sawmills, and lumber company. The top is a bookmatched crotch, the tilt runners are mortised out for...
  5. Wing Back Chair with Queen Anne Legs

    This I made when getting my upholstery certificate. My wife loves this chair and I have received many compliments on it. It has a maple and hickory frame and the queen anne legs are maple with a shellac finish.
  6. Queen Anne Lowboy Dressing Table

    Queen Anne Dressing Table Here's my latest project. I got the idea and inspiration while visiting a local cabinetmaker with club members from the "New Jersey Woodturners Association" earlier this year. I joined the club in April and how been wow'ed by them. The guys at the club are one...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I just purchased a Craftsman 22124 10" Tablesaw and have it setup with one outstanding problem. I can't seem to get the blade to lay flat against the arbor flange. It seems like the sawblade hole is too small. I can fit the blade over the arbor threads and I can push it back to within about...
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Came across a nice 12" jointer last week with a 7' bed, but I already have a General 8" which I had purchased new. Father of a friend is closing out his cabinet shop. Price is right I think, does anyone have experience with this model? It has a 4 blade cutterhead, comes with 2 sets of HSS...
  9. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hey guys. My newest problem I need to fix is my computer chair. My current chair is one of those folding steel chairs. I wanted to make a chair that is comfortable, strong, pretty descent looking, and on the cheaper side. If required though I am sure i could go over the budget some. I am new to...
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