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  1. Wooden Soccer Ball

    long time ago I saw a similar project posted on here, so I decided to give it try… I mean it look simple and awesome. If I find the original link I make sure to post it on here, he deserve to take the credit for this piece. hes was much better looking,
  2. Tai-Chi Ball...

    I saw a company selling these online for like $80 bucks and thought, hey, I can make that! Not really… Turns out turning a sphere is hard enough on a good lathe, I have a crappy old craftsman tube lath with no chucks or anything. I ended up finishing it with spoke shaves, looks cool but by no...
  3. Cherry Table

    She says: "we need a printer table that doesn't rock back and forth when we print something"... So… I had some curly cherry left from flag boxes. Sort of "Shaker Style" with a movable center shelf, very curly sappy cherry for the drawer front and a dovetailed drawer box. Finish is Watco...
  4. Truncated icosahedron, uh, soccer ball, nightlight

    A few months ago I built a TARDIS nightlight for my son who is a fan of Dr. Who (see projects). My daughter, knowing her birthday was coming up, asked for a soccer ball nightlight. I laughed and told her that would be almost impossible to build (knowing that I had seen some balls built on...
  5. My Stuff

    When I did my latest bowl (the pink one) I got beet up, I got my hand caught in between my rest and my bowls edge once and got a bad burn. then my hand was yanked in because the steal wool caught the whole in it and it felt like hand had broke, I got cut up but I am okay!!! Yahoo!
  6. Golf ball USB memory stick

    ...or flash drive or thumb drive or memory key or whatever else they're known as. O.K. the dimples might not be quite authentic, but it does feel nice in the hand. Ball is holly and the tee is yew. I was pleased with the accuracy of my turning of the sphere. My previous attempts have tended...
  7. Maple Burl Hybrid Cast Sphere

    This sphere is turned from a small piece of big leaf maple burl that has been cast in alumilite resin, to make use of what would otherwise be a piece of wood too small to be useful. This is my first attempt at a sphere, and as such there are a few missteps or opportunities in it. First, I used...
  8. Baseball bed (No Bats) | Custom

    This is a new version of my Baseball Bed that uses no bats on the head post. It was requested this way by the customer. I may start offering it this way as an options. It is a standard twin and was built in September 2012. Shown in our standard Baseball blue and baseball green colors. I...
  9. knitting and golf automaton

    knitting and golf automaton http://www.flickr.com/apps/video/stewart.swf?v=109786
  10. His and Hers Golf automata

    http://www.flickr.com/apps/video/stewart.swf?v=109786 http://www.flickr.com/apps/video/stewart.swf?v=109786
  11. Ball series

    Today I show you the making of a small ball series of yew-, apple- and an unknown wood from Tyrol. I turned the pieces of wood first to a cylinder and then roughly into the contours of a ball by hand, then I turned the ball shape with the ball turning device. I sawed off the cones and clamped...
  12. Baseball Bed (New Style) | Custom

    This is a little different twist on my standard baseball bed. Normally I build them with a scoreboard as the headboard. For this one I bought a Yankees graphic and built a semicircle panel for the headboard. The foot board was a little smaller and the side rails were taller. I really like...
  13. Tee Time

    Mystery Project Revealed!...story about that later. My son (2 1/2 yrs) was setting the ball on an overturned plastic tote and hitting it with the bat. My wife said we should get him a baseball tee, I said "I can build him one." So I went into the shop and started looking for lumber to use. I...
  14. Custom Walking Cane: African Blackwood, Egyptian Lapis Lazuli Ball, Inlaid Brass Rings

    --------------------------------- This cane has been "SOLD" and resides in Phoenix, Arizona USA To see other walking canes that are for sale, click here - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Just the Facts: Wood: African Blackwood...
  15. Walnut Cane with Chrome Ball Knob, Defense Weapon Cane

    ---------------------------------- This cane has been SOLD. Cane Serial Number #2008-20 Height: 35.375 inches Welcome Web Surfers: If you are surfing looking for a special walking cane on the internet, go toward the bottom of this posting where you'll find a list of canes that I have built...
  16. Kinestrata, a wooden marble machine

    Kinestrata, whose roots translate to "motion layers" was a six month effort. The machine's 390 parts took roughly 400 hours to design and construct, and over 100 more to document. Kinestrata is fully mechanical, weight and escapement driven, contains four unique tracks, operates continuously for...
  17. Coat Tree - Golf Style

    I gave my sister a year to get her golf clubs out of my garage. The deadline passed - So I dusted them off and took my hacksaw to them (don't worry, they were good-for-nothing). The final product came out nice a sturdy. The four irons made it a little top heavy, so the base is a little bigger...
  18. Rubber ball drilling jig

    As discussed in a recent thread, I needed to find a way to safely drill holes in rubber balls to put on the end of a child's drumsticks. After receiving lots of suggestions from my fellow Jocks, I ended up a) freezing the balls and b) making a rubber ball sandwich. The freezing (chest freezer...
  19. Custom Walking Cane Stick Hiking Ball Top Knob Twist bubinga Zebrawood Steampunk Defense Club

    Custom Walking Cane: > Ball Knob Walking Cane > Height: 37.25" > Ball Knob: African Zebrawood with Abalone Shell Inlay > Serial Number: #2012-05 > Decorative Rings: Curly Maple, Composite Turquoise, Cocobola, Curly Maple, vulcanized rubber > Shaft: Figured Bubinga, uncoiling ribbon style...
  20. Junior Year Grandfather Clock

    This is a Grandfather clock that I just finished at the end of my Junior year in my highschool woodshop. sorry it took me so long to get this one on here. Once again, just like my freshman year nightstand and my sophmore year gun cabinet; the clock was designed and built by myself, following...
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