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  1. Projects Chisel and Gouge Till

    Over the past few weeks I built a till to hold all of my chisels and gouges, and here it is. It had a total of five rows of tools, and each tool sits in a one inch diameter hollow, with the sharp end of the tool held to the panel behind it by a 3mm x 6mm rare earth magnet. The back row...
  2. Bee Keeper's Scrollwork

    This was a very special scrollwork. My brother was married this past weekend on the 23rd of October, 2010. His wife is shortly going to be a Bee Keeper and he asked me to make what became his wedding gift to her. My brother designed the graphic you see above and wanted to know if I could more...
  3. Maya Studying - A Scrollsaw Portrait

    This was a commissioned piece from one of our fellow LumberJocks, "vipond33". Gene contacted me a week or so ago and asked if I would be willing to create a portrait of his daughter, Maya. I was honored to be asked and agreed immediately - he sent me a few pictures and wound up actually...
  4. Solaris Wooden Gear Clock

    This is Solaris, a wooden gear clock designed by Clayton Boyer of Hawaii and built by myself. The gears are made of Baltic birch ply while the rest of the clock is constructed of Tiger maple. I used Bull's eye Seal Coat Shellac with Transtint dye to pull out the figure in the wood. The maple I...
  5. Sports Plaque

    This picture is being done for a co-worker's niece. He wanted something to suprise her with, so this is what I came up with. Hope she likes it. The picture is made of 1/8" Baltic Birch 11×14". It has a very light coat of spray poly to keep it from turning colors with sunlight. The black...
  6. Locking, stacking storage crates with dividers.

    I made this to store some equipment for a client of mine. They stack, lock and have 12 compartments in each box. Made with .5 and .25 baltic birch The dividers are use a cnc style slot joint with a friction fit. Made with CNC. Finish is Mineral oil. I thought it mike make a nice toy box...
  7. Media Center

    Here is one of my first attempts at simple furniture making. This media center is made of 3/4" baltic birch plywood, with iron-on edge banding. The shelves are adjustable using standard shelf pins. I used some scrap from old closet organizer as a guide for the shelf pin holes, which seemed to...
  8. Before the table saw and taking over the whole garage!

    What hooked me back in was making up these cabinets for my wife's scrapbooking habit, I mean hobby. Made out in the driveway mostly with straight edge and circular saw with a steel plywood blade. I put them on wheels, but I would have been better off to use ALL the vertical space where they...
  9. Porkchop (Jointer Guard) for Powermatic 50

    I recently purchased an old Powermatic 50 jointer from craigslist. The jointer runs nicely, but it was missing the cutting guard. Purchasing a replacement guard assembly would run about $70, and so I decided to build one myself for about 10 bucks. The porkchop-shaped guard itself is made out 3/4...
  10. Fishing Pole Stand

    I guess I'd have to say that fishing pole holders are a thing of mine since this is the second one I have made so far. This was a 2016 Christmas present to my wife's father and step-mom. Made out of half sheet of Baltic Birch. Finished with water based polyurethane.
  11. End Table / Receipt Organizer

    My wife wanted an end table to keep next to the computer to hold receipts and other financial paperwork. This is constructed out of 3/4" baltic birch plywood with edge banding. The drawer is 1/2" baltic birch with a routed path for the hardwood runner mounted inside the cabinet. Everything is...
  12. Psuedo-scroll saw projects

    So I decided to try my hand at some scroll saw projects. The only problem is that I don't actually own a scroll saw. I mounted my jigsaw under a simple table, and worked with thin baltic birch pieces. I know it's not as precise as it could be, but I was pleased with the layered results. The...
  13. Blade Box Redux

    Ten years ago, I was fretting over the state of my tablesaw blade storage, er, uh, there was none! I had them in a flat file drawer with sheets of cardboard to separate them. As I would swap one for a sharp one or one of a different use, I'd have to do a blade shuffle and be careful not to...
  14. Finger Joint Jig - Stumpy Nubs Version

    Built the Stumpy Nubs table saw finger joint jig. It works well. Made two minor modifications: mounted the threaded rod in shaft collars in wood brackets rather than the strap hold down brackets suggested which raised it up a bit; used set screws on the nuts on the end of the rod to allow for...
  15. Number Puzzle

    Number puzzles for the grandchildren. Cut out with my CNC. Pockets are 1/8" and the numbers are 1/4". Everything is Baltic birch. There are two puzzles on the board. On one side are the english names and on the other side is a different language, in this example Norwegian. A couple of...
  16. Bed Side Table

    A Christmas gift for my brother. From design to finish in 40 hours, I'm stoked on how this project came together. It is made of Douglas fir and Baltic Birch ply-wood with Sapele plugs. Two coats oil finish.
  17. John Wayne

    John Wayne is always a good picture, most everyone knows who he is. This is a good pattern. The frame is made of barn wood, the portrait is made of Baltic Birch and finished with a light coat of spray poly. This pattern came from Gary Brownings new web site...
  18. flat screen entertainment center

    this entertainment center was crafted for a 52" tv, and the end cabinets were designed to fit collections of vinyl records for one of my value customers. drawers are fitted to hold dvd's, and vhs, shelf was fitted to hold dvd players ect. staining will be done by customer
  19. New Dual Grinder Stand

    O.K., so it's not ALL wood . . but mostly!! I have had an issue with my bench grinder taking up too much space on my smallish work bench. And, any time I needed a de-burring wheel or flap disc, I had to pull that machine out of a cabinet and put it on the workbench too, taking up even more...
  20. Tree of Life

    This picture was done for a friend of mine that makes jewerly. When I picked it out to make for her, later that same day, she had given me a necklace with a medallion of the very same picture. Do we know each other or what. The picture measures 19"x19"x5/8". It is made of Baltic Birch...
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