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  1. Gun Cabinet Dream

    ========================================================== This project has been moved to the "Blogs". Please post all comments there. Thank you all. ========================================================== Woodworking is like nothing I have ever been interested in. There is something...
  2. 2010 Travel box

    Here is the 2010 version of my yearly travel box. This one has seen a year of use. It is made of cherry with cocobolo miter keys and a bookmatched cocobolo panel for the top. This one has butt hinges and a magnetic catch at the front. Finish is Armor Seal as I recall… This was a simple box to...
  3. Monsters Inc?

    This one came out cute! The blue monster Sulley in monsters inc. I wish I had some blue dye. Book matched art work. I am not the artist just the discoverer.
  4. Dovetail Boxes

    After being motivated by many LJs I decided to try my attempt at doing a double double dovetail box. Several attempts later and with some sage advise from LJ Odie, I was able to come up with a couple acceptable attempts. The box on the right is a double dovetail box. I had made one once...
  5. My first box.

    This is my first box ever. I built it for my brother to the exact dimensions of his pistol. I looked for high density foam to mold to the gun, clip and a few bullets, but could find any locally. Ended up finishing the inside of the box with some faux tooled leather from the local hobby store...
  6. Tiger Mahogany (?) center channel speaker

    This is another speaker project of mine. I built it to work in conjunction with my curly mahogany mains, so it uses the same 8 inch mid, and tweeter, and I voiced the crossover to be as close to the mains as I could. The veneer dealer said this is tiger mahogany, but after getting it all...
  7. Walnut Table w/dogwood branch inlays

    I designed and built this dining room table for clients who had a very large informal dining room and like to have large but casual dinner parties. The Claro Walnut top is a sequentially book matched set with some beautiful figure and is accented with black poplar for an ebony look. (I have a...
  8. Keytar End Grain Cutting Board

    I finished this board earlier this week. It's a little tweak on other piano boards I have seen. It is made with Maple, Cherry, and Walnut. I have to thank JL7 for all the math he did (and then shared) of his piano boards Years ago I took what I learned from JL7 and started milling my lumber...
  9. Blanket Chest in Cedar and Black Walnut

    I built this blanket chest for my new nephew out of black walnut and lined the inside with aromatic cedar. This is my first frame and panel design as well as my first project with bookmatching. The top is also bookmatched from a single slab.
  10. DF2X4

    My son found an old Douglas Fir 2×4 laying in a field and brought it to me thinking I could use it for something. It was in rough shape but I thought I might be able to salvage some of it for a leg or two for a stand I was making for a couple of power tools. When I ran it through the planer to...
  11. The Juniper Experiment

    Well, if I called it a wall clock you probably would not have looked! Cleaning some shelves I came across a few pieces of juniper firewood I had slabbed a number of years ago. I wanted to re-saw off some slices to make a few booked matched panels for future whatevers. The local juniper tree...
  12. Redwood and hard maple box #4

    My second post in a series of nine box art projects using reclaimed redwood. Each posting features a unique box in the main pictures and a narrative focused on a different step in the process. Sometimes including photos from parts of other projects in the series; click on "my next or previous...
  13. Redwood and hard maple box #5

    My third post in a series of nine box art projects using reclaimed redwood. Each posting features a unique box in the main pictures and a narrative focused on a different step in the process. Sometimes including photos from parts of other projects in the series; click on "my next or previous...
  14. Redwood, soft maple and elm box #7

    My fifth post in a series of nine box art projects using reclaimed redwood. Each posting features a unique box in the main pictures and a narrative focused on a different step in the process. Sometimes including photos from parts of other projects in the series; click on "my next or previous...
  15. Redwood and walnut box #9

    My seventh post in a series of nine box art projects using reclaimed redwood. Each posting features a unique box in the main pictures and a narrative focused on a different step in the process. Sometimes including photos from parts of other projects in the series; click on "my next or previous...
  16. Redwood and rosewood box #10

    My eighth post in a series of nine box art projects using reclaimed redwood. Each posting features a unique box in the main pictures and a narrative focused on a different step in the process. Sometimes including photos from parts of other projects in the series; click on "my next or previous...
  17. Redwood and rosewood box #12

    My ninth post in a series of nine box art projects using reclaimed redwood. Each posting features a unique box in the main pictures and a narrative focused on a different step in the process. Sometimes including photos from parts of other projects in the series; click on "my next or previous...
  18. NOT just a board but it is!

    My wife sent me a picture of a key holder she wanted me to make for our house. And of course I went strait to the shop and got started on the board with some key hooks on it. Thing is I only had really nice cherry, maple and white oak 4 quarter stock way too nice for the board with hooks… I did...
  19. 16 more boards

    Pic 1: constructed using the same methods as the chevron board just not flipped 14"x20"x2" Pic 2: the ever popular chevron 14"x20"x2" Pic 3: bookmatched endgrain 15"x20"x2" Pic 4: hexagon similar to this lazy susan: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/41991 ~13"x 1 1/4" Pic 5: a simple...
  20. White Ash Bedside Cabinet

    Hello. This is a cabinet that I cannot take full credit for. The project was built between myself and another woodworking friend of mine. The cabinet was originally going to be built by my friend for his son, but for various reasons he got me to help out. The cabinet was designed mostly by him...
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