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  1. Flight Equipment Plaque

    Just finished making this plaque for a retiring Flight Equipment technician who went on to become the State Command Chief for the CT Air National Guard. I cut the helmet in half freehanding it on a table saw. I couldn't find my laser level to put a straight line across it to mark it for...
  2. Bandsaw Drinking Coasters Different Design From The Limb of Spalted Hackberry

    Close to my previous Coasters only I stayed contour to the limb and added a ridge around the coaster to hold in any seepage. Thanks for looking :)
  3. Spalted Hackberry Bandsaw Box with False Bottom

    I have a stock pile of this stuff (Spalted Hackberry) but each box has it's story, this box I used penned hinges and added a false bottom, once again the tray was made as a key for opening the false bottom by way of rare earth magnets, by lifting the tray out and spinning it 180 degrees and...
  4. 9pointed star #4

    I've been on a roll with the 9 pointed stars. Enjoying the geometry that goes into them, as well as choosing multiple colors and designs… As for how I do them.. well, a circle has 360 degrees, so for 9 points, the magic angle number was 40 degrees. I made lines on the computer and set them at...
  5. Nursery Decorations

    The wife wanted some wall decorations to match the sheet set so I picked up a quarter sheet of MDF and went to work with the band saw. I cut the shapes freehand to match the shapes in the baby blanket and I think they turned out pretty well. After sanding them smooth Kimi went down and picked...
  6. Bandsawn Pocket Business Card Holders

    Pictured: Pocket Business Card Holders made with a bandsaw, these holders are made from pure scraps with the following woods Spalted Hackberry, Mahogany, Walnut and Zebra Wood, the holder in the center I used Walnut in the center and the Walnut has the zebra wood across the bottom, each holder...
  7. Mash Paddle from Ancient Cherry

    I made this paddle for two clients who wanted to get their father a special gift to show how proud they were of his latest achievements in beer brewing. I worked closely with the two brothers to come up with a layout and the details and then I went searching for the perfect piece of wood. I...
  8. Bar Clamp Holder Extension

    I bought some new Bessey clamps from Rockler and the first thing I had to do was to find a place to store them. My first thought was to build a new hanger somewhere in my small 2 car garage workshop, but I did not want the clamps to be stored at multi places so I finally decided to extend the...
  9. Larger Band Saw Box

    June, 2013-This one is "larger" because it's the largest I've made so far. I've made wider, and also taller, but this is the first that I have not been able to slice off the back under my 14-inch band saw (without a riser block, which I do not have). So to make it work I glued up some boards...
  10. JEWELRY BOX # 5654

    HELLO EVERYONE…...I HOPE YOU LIKE THIS ONE….....FINISH WITH LACQUER ( 4 COATS) WOOD: ASPEN LOG. DRAWERS: FOUR TOOL: BANDSAW 1/8 BRAND: DELTA 12 " MORE PICTURE: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=220336874689&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT&ih=012 WELCOME QUESTIONS…...
  11. 16" Wooden Bandsaw - loads of photos

    I've finally completed my wooden bandsaw. It follows the Matthias Wandel plans fairly closely. It has 15.5" left of the blade and just a hair under 12" of resaw. The frame and many of the parts are poplar; there is also some walnut in there (I had a bunch of walnut on hand). It has an older 1...
  12. 220 gallon aquarium base

    It has been some time since I last posted a project. I have now completed a support base for a 220 gallon Aquarium. In the first photo you see the Aquarium in the back ground and you can see just how big it is. I used 2×6 ruff cut lumber and milled it flat and straight. In picture number 4 you...
  13. Drinking Coaster Sets Made With Bandsaw, Live Oak and Chinaberry.

    Pictured: Here are two sets of coasters made from the limbs of Live Oak and Chinaberry trees, both I cut with my chain saw from local land, the chinaberry was blown down by high winds, the live oak was from a clearing of land, they are both finished with a single coat of tung oil, 3 coats of...
  14. I <3 Oregon 5

    This jewelry box was my 5th in the Oregon design. A buddy from work asked me to make him one, and he really like the #3 I made in the past, so I decided to make this one with a little twist: Hidden drawer out of the back of the drawer! He also requested that I do a special engraving for him...
  15. Nightstand

    I finally completed my Nightstand for the guest bedroom. Several things that you can say about this piece of furniture, it is heavy and solid as a rock, since it is made from 3/4 inch quarter sawed white oak, even the drawers. I experimented with this unit and I used several different...
  16. Shop-made Band Saw Table & Rip Fence (or save more than $100)

    I acquired this band saw in 1975 and believe it or not it didn't feature a rip fence neither a groove for a miter gauge. I finally made my own and I'm here to share the upgrade. I hope it could inspire one who purchased the same model, decades ago ! (or another naked model) Look for all...
  17. NYC Hudson Street

    Look at how beautiful this came out. Located on Hudson Street, NY, NY. on TOP of a building!! http://www.woodboardsandbeams.com
  18. Magazine boxes

    This design came from a Home Handyman online magazine. I modified the design to put a finger hole on front and back. I left them unfinished, but will probably use stain and wipe-on poly for the next set. I laid out the side curves with a compass, but a straightedge could be used to lay out a...
  19. Plaques for dipped deer skulls

    Had a couple of friends get deer this year and wanted me to make them plaques to display them on. They saw that I knew how to dip paint them, so talked me into it. EXCUSE the picture quality, I was out of town and they came a day early. They took the pictures for me. They were made of Walnut...
  20. wood feather with a twist

    This is a 3 inch oak wood feather. I used my pattern and glue spray to put on the wood I made for this feather. tools are drill press to drill a hole in the center. Scroll saw to cut out the center. band saw with 1/8th inch blade to get tight cuts done. white masking tape to help hold the...
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