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  1. Christmas Trivets

    I made several of these for family members at Christmas last year. All versions included walnut, for contrast I used oak, birch, polar, or a mix. I used a 60 degree sled and a band saw. No special joinery, just glue holds them together and finished with spray lacquer.
  2. Christmas Ornaments

    Made some Christmas ornaments inspired from a Steve Goode design, I changed the patterns a bit to get what I was looking for. I used walnut, ash, alder, and several different colors of polar to get the look I was going for. They were stack cut four at a time, each layer is about 1/4 inch and...
  3. Puzzling Bandsaw Box

    One of my first, more complex, band-saw boxes. Had fun making it, the more you do the more you get comfortable with the band-saw radius cutting. These boxes can be very forgiving also. If you miss a cut or something comes out different than what you envisioned just go with it. As usual my...
  4. Port Hole band-saw box

    Watching an epesode of Woodworking for Mere Mortals and it inspired me to make my first band saw box. Now I am out of control and I keep making them and people keep taking them and keep making them and then they are gone. When is it going to stop;-)
  5. Jewelry Box-2of5 series

    Hi Everyone This is the second box of a series of 5, I cut all 5 box sides and then all fronts and backs at the same time, hence my series designation. This Jewelry box is for a present, can't say who yet, it is a surprise! It is 6 by 9 by 4 1/2 and is one of the most ambitious boxes for me...
  6. Valentines

    Thank to Steve, I watched his video on how to make this and it came out pretty darn good! Lets see I learned how to use my drill press, band-saw, router, and sander on this project! I am getting there, I will master these tools yet!
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am putting a riser kit on my band saw and had to disconnect the switch to do it. I thought I was going to complete it right away so didn't take any pictures of the hook up like I usually do when taking apart things with which I am not fully versed in. Well, some time has passed and now I...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    Has anyone had any experience with using coffee filters to strain lacquer and sanding sealer to shoot in an HVLP gun? It seems that mesh cone filters have gotten expensive since I last bought some! Thank you in advance!
  9. Jigs & Fixtures
    I've seen it done both ways by lots of people who are supposed to know what they are doing…. Do I want the veneer on the outside (right side) of the blade or up against the re-saw fence.
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have a Packard 14" bandsaw (apparently a knock-off of the 14" Delta bandsaw) which I bought second hand. This bandsaw has always worked but not in a robust and accurate fashion. Yes, I adjusted the guides and bearings periodically with limited success. I was always afraid of breaking the...
  11. Hand Tools
    I am posting this because many of you were asking about the measurements of the pallet stripping tool I had made for me. I have tried a lot of different ways of stripping pallets, which I use a lot. I have all sizes of lumber in stock from pallets, you would really be surprised with the lumber...
  12. Hand Tools
    I did like a little advice on how I should tune a Stanley 4 1/2 to take out some tear out I'm getting, from the jointer.
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