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  1. Teak Cannon Carriage

    Solid 8/4 Teak Carriage for 3' naval cannon
  2. Naval Cannon Carriage (1/2 Scale)

    I got a cannon barrel, about 34" long with a 2" bore. I decided to make a Naval carriage for it since field carriages are really hard. I used 8/4 soft maple. I tried to give it a cherry stain. It looked okay but sure didn't look like cherry as I hoped. I did get some carriage hardware from a...
  3. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    Today I had kick back on router table. I am wondering what is the cause of this kick back. This is the first time for me to use trim bit(whiteside#2715 which has 1-1/2 cutting length and 7/8 cutting diameter with top and bottom bearings). I cut the work piece by band saw roughly and tried to...
  4. Blogs
    Cannon project information and getting started. I've received an exciting project recently that I will update as it gets completed. The cannon was made in 1844 by Daniel Treadwell, and is property of the US Navy and will be place in front of the Marine HQ building on base here at the Yorktown...
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