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  1. Aquarium stand

    When I bought my new aquarium they had a flimsy pine and pressboard stand that you could purchase for $200.00 more. First, this is a 45 gallon aquarium…it weighs a lot! Like around 400+ pounds filled. Second, the thickest board on their $200.00 special was 3/4" pine. The pressboard was 1/4"...
  2. Arts & Crafts Taboret

    Locally Grown Quilted Cherry
  3. Maple Sink Base

    Here's a maple sink base I made based on homeowner sketches (yikes!). All material was rough cut to begin so all the milling too me quite a while. He wanted 4 inch thick legs so i ended up using 10/4 and gluiong up two pieces after carefully jointing them. My years in a handmade furinture...
  4. A rolling base (w/ drawer) for my Craftsman 13" planer

    My planer weighs roughly a metric ton, and is a real pain to move and use on the floor. I built a ~10" tall rolling base for it so I could position it where I need it, and the whole thing tucks perfectly under one end of one of my work tables. I got a little bit fancy with the coloring, but I'm...
  5. Manchester Murphy Wall Bed | Custom

    This a Murphy Wall bed completed on 9/17/2007. It is called the Manchester, named from the original customer that bought this style. It is a basic (Alpine) Murphy bed dressed up a little with molding to the face and some crown and base moldings. The face molding was made from solid stock...
  6. Custom Taxidermy Base Pedestal Deer Buck Mount

    This pedestal was originally a floor lamp, our custom had us cut it down and convert it into a taxidermy pedestal. This is a piece of juniper and is finished with satin polycrylic.
  7. Completed kitchen Nook with table....

    For more detail visit: http://7kcraftsman.blogspot.com/ Dont mind all the dusty handprints…..... John
  8. Birdhouse

    This is a birdhouse I am donating to the Feathered Event Auction in Jasper, GA! It is a copy of one my Mother has!
    oak
  9. Trophy Base

    Just a quick 5 hour project spread out over a couple days. My office is entering into some friendly competition with other offices during a fund raising 10k race. Some members of the team had created a trophy by spray painting the shoe and attaching it to a bit of particle board. One look at...
  10. Swing and Playground

    This past Spring I took a WW course at the local public schools and the first large project I tackled was to build a bench swing to add onto the playground I built the year before. I used the plans from The Complete Book of Woodworking (which has several great plans to help you dabble in...
  11. Hans Wegner Danish Modern X Base Table

    This was a reproduction of a Wegner table for a client of mine that also wanted 6 Wegner chairs (CH36, CH37) to match. Made all in mahogany with bent brass cross braces. This is the most solid table I have ever made. Would have never guessed it when working up the design.
  12. Jointer Mobile Base

    Saw this in an old American Woodworker magazine and modified it to fit my jointer. It only lifts the jointer 1" off the ground. Nothing but 2×4's and 3/4" plywood. There are a couple 3/8" dowels on each side and each "foot" is attached with a 3 1/2" x 3/8" lag bolt (I used a 3" lag bolt...
  13. Kreg Pocket Hole Jig/ Storage

    This is one of those 1 hour projects made with scrap materials! I decided to make a base to mount my Kreg Pocket Hole Jig that would help support wider boards while i am drilling. Plus i wanted to be able to hang it on the wall out of the way. So here is the result of my "Design on the Fly"...
  14. Planer Cart made from scraps

    Here is a stand / mobile cabinet that I made for my Delta 560 planer. I got a pocket hole jig from Harbor Freight and tested it out by making a cabinet carcass out of some birch ply I had left over from another project. Never used the super popular Kreg Jig, so can't compare it, but the HF one...
  15. A mobile base for my Table Saw, my semi router table and .................

    Hello I've made a mobile base for my table saw and my router table I use a pre-made sheklving kitchen. I cut it in half For the base I use pine like for my semi router table This mobile base is strong and I can put on it all I want Simple , basic and very indispensable in my little shop...
  16. LED Lamp Base

    Those little inexpensive LED gooseneck lamps from IKEA are nice, but they need a magnetic base. I made a couple of bases using rare earth magnets, but wanted something a little nicer. I picked up a magnetic base the other day at Harbor Freight and dipped into the scrap bin to make an interface...
  17. Double head taixdermy display pedestal base

    This juniper pedestal was made to hold two shoulder mounts. It is juniper with turquoise inlay and is on a burl pine base and hand oiled.
  18. Overpass Bench

    I moved my old workbench to our farm in Michigan so I needed a new workbench for my shop in Tallahassee. For this project I decided to design my own heavy duty workbench rather than work off existing plans. My primary inspiration for this design came from studying highway overpass bridges...
  19. Floating Base Jig

    Most segmented woodturners use a solid disk for the base of their turnings. That works, but the bigger the disk, the greater the risk of it cracking. I rue the day that one of my customers calls to tell me the 5" bottom on the yarn bowl I sold her has cracked (hasn't happened yet!). I now...
  20. Quick Mount Router Sub-base

    This is my quick mount handheld router sub-base to keep the tool straight when routing rabbets inside mirror frames, rounding over edges of narrow pieces and routing top edges of drawer sides without the hassel of removing the original base plate. It takes seconds to mount and get to work. Using...
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