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  1. Tele Roll Container/Room Divider

    Here is a roll container, that I built. One of three. The middle one, the one that I built from beginning to end was a project that was very challenging and the other two, built by two colleagues of mine, we all built them pretty much separately, and they still all had to pass at the same...
  2. One Ugly Bandsaw Box

    Here's my first attempt at building a bandsaw box. I used a log from one of the water oaks in my back yard; it's about 4.5 inches in diameter. The log also has a little bit of spalting in it. I covered the whole thing with some poly. It turned out rather ugly, but it was a still a fun weekend...
  3. Bandsaw box

    A couple years ago my in-laws in Maryland had a very large Linden tree come down. When we were down there for Christmas I brought back a number of log sections and they've been sitting in my workshop ever since, waiting for me to come up with something to do with them. I finally decided to saw...
  4. Scrap wood beer tote with bottle opener and fish engraving.

    Hi, here is the beer tote which I made from scrap wood with small fish pattern made by power engraving tool. Fish pattern found in the internet and it's not my project.
  5. Band saw repair

    So a couple of weeks back I was working on something small on the band saw. The piece slipped and the blade caght, resulting in the shattering of the table insert. After much cursing I decided to do what any of us would do: waste tons of time making something I could order for 5 bucks! So...
  6. Band Saw Scoops

    A few band saw scoops. Inspired by YouTube videos from: Patricks Workshop Jay Bates Nick Ferry
  7. I <3 Oregon 7

    I had another request for my Oregon designed jewelry box, this one from my buddy who just recently celebrated his first year with his girlfriend. He said he wanted to get some kinda western themed design to it if I could, and this is what I had in mind! The majority of the box is douglas fir...
  8. Wood Veneer Business Cards With My Bandsaw

    Wanted to try cutting my own veneers to print my business cards on. They aren't exact size but I'm happy with the outcome. I leave a natural edge when I print on cedar and of course they smell great. Softer woods work extremely well, hardwoods brake apart.
  9. Taj Mahal

    I just finished cutting this 11×15 inch picture of the Taj Mahal in Baltic Birch plywood on my scroll saw. Pattern design by me using GIMP2 program. Pegas 2/0 spiral saw blade.
  10. Two Drawer Band Saw Box from Pallet Pine

    June, 2011-I came across some pallet lumber with rather thin sections of pine. After salvaging the wood I planed them with my motorized hand-held planer. Then glue and clamp made a nice block for a band saw box. My own process recently for doing these glue-ups is to put the nicest or most...
  11. The Ultimate Spice Rack

    This is a spice rack made from some exotic wood from a pallet originating from Malaysia. It was very swirly and red, when I spotted it, I quickly claimed it and carefully took it apart to salvage every piece I could. I still have no idea what this wood is. A lot of it had rot, but there was...
  12. Super simple and easy Band Saw Circle Jig

    I came up with a super simple and easy jig for the band saw because I needed to make two 24" circles and I didn't want a router jig. The pictures above show some of the circles I've cut and the actual jig. I posted an Instructable about how to do it at...
  13. New from My Shop

    Another batch of monikers has found happy new homes. The first is Yellowheart with a Purpleheart musical note. Following that, in order, Cocobolo, Purpleheart, Madrone, Cherry and lastly, a Paduak MiniTag. Done on an old Sears bandsaw with an 1/8" blade. These are fun to do and everyone loves...
  14. plywood firewood box

    1. completed unit in mat black and polyurethane finish on grid 2. back and two sides dovetailed for strength 3. web strapped using Gorilla glue 4. another view of clamping process 5. the grid allows the debris from the firewood to collect in enclosed bottom
  15. Three Band Saw Boxes

    December, 2011-It was nice to have some free time over the holidays to do some woodworking. These are three different band saw boxes. Each has two drawers, and one has a secret drawer which you can see in the last three photos. All drawers are lined on their bottoms with felt. All boxes are...
  16. "Secrets" Puzzle Box

    I became interested in making boxes, and after reading the book "Puzzle Boxes" by Jeff Vollmer, I practiced his techniques for a time. After upgrading my 14" Delta band saw with the Carter "stabilizer, I was better able to make the tight turns necessary to create this box following Jeff's...
  17. Toy Train

    My friend asked me to make a toy train for her son's birthday. I think she had something simpler in mind but I thought it would be fun excuse to use a combination of tools in my shop (table saw, band saw, lathe, drill press, sander) and try and come up with something special. The train is made...
  18. Wedding Box

    This is my first post to Lumberjocks. I have drawn much inspiration from the works of so many people on the site that I thought I would share a couple of my pieces. Like just about everything important in my life this piece comes with a story. I got married last June for the second time (my...
  19. GaryK's design - My results

    Here is the link to GaryK's original post the same design. While I didn't have any snakewood (or have seen it for that matter), I thought it worked well with some other species. I'll be curious to see which holds an edge the best. These are quite simple to make and only require a bit more...
  20. I BEAM COG BELT CLAMP

    Made this clamp with a plywood I beam profile which has a cog belt glued to the bottom . There is a relatively simple clamp head with a 3/4" screw at the front head and another with a simple locking mechanism at the other end that engages into the cog belt .The clamp has good clamping force just...
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