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  1. Underwater World

    Hello all, it's been awhile since I posted a project because of my broken hand and then playing catch up to get some projects done. This one took AWHILE to finish because it was 341 pieces and a lot of them where very small. I spent a lot of time down on my hands and knees looking for a piece...
  2. A First Time for Everything! Tablesaw Jig! turns both inside and out of wood bowl!

    I don't think I've had this much fun with a Jig in a long time.. Check out the attached video to watch this really cool little jig in action! Using the jig i am able to use my table saw to create the traditional parabolic curved shape on the outside of a wood bowl. Fun project with great results!!!
  3. My first humidor

    A friend just had a 40th birthday. I made a humidor for him. This was my first humidor, first attempt at resawing and first veneering project. I could improve my veneering skills a lot. Spanish cedar body, bubinga veneer, wenge inlay, floating spanish cedar liner.
  4. Flatware Chest

    This is a flatware chest I built for a friend. It's made from Bubinga and lined with felt.
  5. Police and Fire Patch Shadow Box

    Here's a shadow box I made last fall. My wife owns a diner and they support police and fire fighters. All of these patches my dad got so most are from Michigan. The diner is in Chesapeake, VA and I was having a hard time getting patches from the local departments. My dad figured this would...
  6. Maple & Walnut Jewelry Box

    This box was made at the same time as a previous posting. A fellow LJ (Boxguy) spotted it in the photo and indicated interest so I'm posting today. Its the same design as the other box just different materials for box and lining. It's a Quilted Maple and Walnut jewelry box, about 13"w x 9"d x...
  7. A box no father should ever have to make

    My wife and I were blessed to be told 8 months ago that we were going to have twins. We were ecstatic. The boys were growing every ultrasound we had. I teach high school guitar and orchestra for a living, so on Monday march 17th we had a snow day. That day also my wife had an ultrasound...
  8. Bubinga Bowl

    I turned this from a piece of kiln-dried Bubinga. I sanded and then finished it using some woodturning high speed polish.
  9. Bench top down draft table

    I built this bench top down draft table for sanding finish work it has a port for my shop vac hose and a waste gate to hook up the palm sander on a small hose ,the peg board works real good to suck all the fine dust into my dust cyclone that I built from a street cone. I can sand with or...
  10. Geek Paraphernalia

    Some more Christmas gifts that have already been given, so I can now post. Some of you may be able to tell what these are from the title and the 2nd picture. For those of you that are not sure.. they are dice rolling trays for Dungeons & Dragons. I play with a small group of friends that have...
  11. Card wallet

    I made this credit card wallet from bubinga and ash. It uses two rare earth magnets to keep it closed, ash did not do well with the thin walls around the magnet. But, it still works, so…
  12. Bubinga Box with Inlay

    Custom box made from solid bubinga with a walnut and maple inlay. Designed to be used as a keys and loose change box. Bottom is lined with leather to absorb the sound of throwing in heavy objects. More photos and videos available on my website.
  13. Bubinga Winding Sticks

    A few months ago I ordered some lumber form an online source - 20bf of curly maple and 10bf of bubinga. Their prices were much better than the local source. Coupled with no sales tax and free shipping, it was a pretty good deal. I'd probably order from them again, but knowing the lead time is...
  14. Bubinga Wood Butter Knives

    Bubinga Butter Knives- they are extremely strong! Fun and easy to make!
  15. 'Dunes'

    The concept of this design was to mimic blowing, shifting sand, wanting to convey a sense of movement. The shaping is intentionally softened, gently rolling one ridge into the next valley, and so on, for a natural feel. I am very pleased with the effect. Thanks for looking and for any votes that...
  16. Some manhattan style pens

    Finished up some pens in the shop tonight. Can't believe how quick I got these done! I really like the Manhattan style pen. It has a nice weight to it. The first pen is maple, the second is curly maple, the third is spalted maple, not sure what wood the fourth and fifth pen are made of, that...
  17. For My Girlfriend

    My girlfriend and I went to Orlando and stopped to look at some wood for the cutting board and wine butler I made for a wedding gift. She really liked this piece of cocobolo so we picked it up so I could make some out of it. I had a piece of bubinga and some curly maple so I decided as the...
  18. Elusive Elegance

    This is another large solid balck Walnut Slab coffee table, Approx 70" X 20", 17"h, with a Deer inlay made of western red cedar, Honduran Mahogany, Black Walnut, White Ash, Bubinga, and Sycamore.
  19. Hall table

    Hall table made from bubinga and book matched birdseye maple. Tongue oil finish.
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