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  1. Flying Arch Wine Rack

    This wine rack was designed for a friend who commissioned the project. Wood Types: Cherry and Mahogany dowels for the exposed pegged joints Finish: Zinsser Amber Shellac, Citrus-Shield Paste Wax Height: 27" - Width: 20" - Depth: 12" Designed to hold 12 wine/champagne bottles and 12 wine...
  2. Rich people and their egos, you gotta love them!

    This customer had it all, huge basement, great ideas and money! He told me he has 4,500 square feet of basement and wanted to cover it all with mahogany. I said okay! We used approximately 25 sheets of ¼" mahogany plywood, 15 sheets ¾" shop birch plywood and 3,500 hundred board feet of mahogany...
  3. Working in the basement and keeping it simple

    We finally made it downstairs of this monster job! We switched from quarter sawn white oak to all red oak because of price and availability. He said he's going to stain it darker than upstairs. Oh Well! We made these tudor arches in several pieces and assembled them in the field. Install went...
  4. Router Trammel : Simple, cheap, functional, quick and fun to make

    If you don't have a trammel to cut circles or arches with your router, from now on you won't have excuses anymore ! Are required : some kind of rod the diameter to fit your router (arrow), a set screw, a bolt, a nut and a hardwood block. Drill a down size diameter through hole in the hardwood...
  5. Opposing Arch Coffee Table

    ---------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: blakeweber.us ---------------------------------------------------- This table is the sister to the original "Opposing Arch Table" I built last year. I made most of the parts for both tables at the...
  6. Mesquite and Mahogany Bracelet and Ring Holder

    Love the chatoyance of the grain on these! Mesquite from Texas, paired with mahogany (scrap salvaged from my in-laws deck). The bracelet is just over 2 1/4 inches inside diameter, just over 3" outside diameter. (60 mm inside, 77 outside - if you're outside the US) by 1 1/4 wide (31mm)...
  7. Blogs
    #1 Some additional photos of the Living room and bar project Photo one shows the matching arches we did in the foyer. Photo two shows the custom bar stools the client had made. Photo three show the hand carved limestone and marble fireplace. Photo four shows the iron work...
  8. Blogs
    Sketchup Design I have been thinking about making another table lately. I had so much fun building the Sewing Table that I wanted to make something for our house. And my wife has wanted a place to put her collection of jewelry. So we came up with this idea (actually it was mostly her idea) and...
  9. Blogs
    Design Sketchup Hello jocks and jockettes… it has been awhile since my last project, still I've been keeping busy. This is the first entry in a new series on the Arched Bed. If you've seen the copper patina gates you know where I got the idea, or as my brother said, "you're turning your gate...
  10. Blogs
    Design & Cutting the Stock to Size A ways back I made a large set of bookcases for our family room. Those now store just about all of the books in the house: 500 or so. But we still have a large collection of cookbooks that we'd like to keep closer to the kitchen. It's a small house, so nothing...
  11. Blogs
    Design All right please bear with me, this is my first Blog entry on any topic. The wife and I are expecting our first child at the end of May. We are equal parts excited and terrified (to be honest I'm a little more on the terrified side, but don't tell her). The only project on my list...
  12. Blogs
    Steam Bent Arches Hi folks, Here is another video of the next step in the making of the pulpit. I wanted to add some extra detail to the inside so I decided to add some arches on both sides to keep the "theme" going with the rest of the project. This is how I did it. The wood is beech...
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    I am wanting a drill press base, column and rack and pinion work table assembly. I have an old favorite Boyce-Crane drill press that my Dad bought before I was born that I want to take off the bench post and make a floor model out of it. The column needs to be about 2 3/4 inches in diameter...
  14. Woodworking Skill Share
    Does anyone know how to calculate the dimensions and glue (joining) angle for straight pieces from which to cut a segmented arch? Here's a picture from a Sketchup model. I think (hope) all the required information is here. I guess what I'm looking for is a way to use the dimensions of the...
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