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  1. Headphone/Device Cord Wrap

    I was tired of my headphones getting tangled up. I thought about a few designs but came up with a double clothespin to keep them organized. They can also be used to wrap the power cord for cell phones/tablets. The first set I made were out of ash, but I plan to make some out of cherry and...
  2. Wood Cellphone Case

    A while ago I decided it was time to stop scratching my phone and because I couldnt find a cover for my cellphone model I decided to make one. Its made of plywood wheets glued together with superglue and a black leather fabric inside to soft thinghs up. Theres the project video Hope you guys...
  3. Cell Phone case

    Hello, After many years of owning a flip phone I finally upgraded to a smart phone. I know many people who live with cracked screens on their phones, I did not want to be one of them. The size of the case is 5.5" x 3.5" x 0.8" the size of a dressed 1×4 or 1×6 depending on how long you cut it...
  4. Small Electronic Device Charging Station

    I'd been meaning to make one of these since I saw it in Woodsmith issue 176. I was reminded of it when I saw this one here: So, I took a day off an got off my duff and built it. I also went with walnut for the sides and maple for the front and trays. I finished it with Watco Danish Oil...
  5. Phone/Tablet Stand

    So I have been just playing around with ideas and was bored the other day. Saw someone make something similar to hold their devices. I am always picking up my phone off of my desk to see what a message is and decided to make something myself. I literally just threw this together, was not being...
  6. Cell phone holder For a Droid phone

    I started making cell phone holders for myself and family from salvaged mesquite flooring. The base is from a end cut of a llog cut for barbque and smoking and about 3 years old.
  7. Another Phone passive ported speaker with a little flare

    I have built a few of these type speakers for fun. This is for my wife's new phone she wanted it for her desk at work so I decided I wanted to get a little creative and take it a step up. I have been having fun with stacked plywood projects lately and decided to use some for this project. The...
  8. Cell Phone Stand, Passive Amplifier

    My daughter-in-law likes the flying V style electric guitar. Since this is her Christmas gift it only made sense to make it this shape. I use some scrap eastern red cedar and a poplar, I like the contrasting colors. The passive amplifier works okay, it could be louder but is plenty loud enough...
  9. Hedgehog Desktop Cell Phone Holder

    Made this one day fun project as a surprise for my wife. It is a useful addition to her growing collections of Hedgehogs. The Hedgehog is 1/4" walnut cutout on my Jigsaw. The base is 3/8" red oak. I used a bowl carving bit on my plunge router to make the indentation for paper clips, etc. I cut...
  10. Wood box to always charge your cell phone

    I really like my magnetic cell phone charger….........which eliminates the need to plug the phone into a charger every night. The only drawback is if you don't center the phone properly, it doesn't charge. If it gets accidentally bumped off its proper location, it won't charge. I was having...
  11. shelves for kitchen

    Knick knack shelf and cell phone charging station. Made from pine, spray painted red, distressed with a cabinet scraper, then finished with a coat of spray lacquer. I may add some hooks to the under side of the knick knack shelf, I also need to find a way to hide the phone cords. Thanks for...
  12. Another Phone Dock

    Hey Guys, One of my co-workers liked my phone dock so much that she asked me to make one for her Iphone 5. I used Rock Maple and Black Walnut, and made a few design changes. I like this way this one looks much better than the first one I made, what do you think? Thanks for looking. Jayson
  13. Tablet & Cell Phone Charging Station

    My daughter sent me a Pinterest request with a picture: "dad, can you make me one of these?" I said yes and that is where the conversation stopped. As it is her birthday one of these days, I decided to make it for her as a birthday surprise. I drew up a SketchUp file (how did I do woodworking...
  14. Bandsaw Box Amp

    Here is my entry into this summer's "Bandsaw Box With A Twist" contest. A week or so ago Steve over at Mere Mortals posted a couple of Passive Amplifiers that some one had built. I really liked the idea and wanted to try something out. I looked at a number of different designs to get a good...
  15. From Legos to Wood

    Legos are great for prototypes. Although I did use the Lego version for 2.5 years; not sure if it still qualifies as a "prototype". Cell phone holder, maple and walnut. "No, actually it's a highly sophisticated inter-locking brick system" - The Lego Movie
  16. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    It's funny one of the most versatile wood workers tools have gone to the winds of time. The radial arm saw has to be the most versatile and most indispensable tools ever created. I have two in my shop, One is my dedicating framing and Plexiglas/ poly carbonate cutter. The other is dedicated for...
  17. Site Help and Suggestions
    why has this site gone to the dogs it used to be informative and educational now its a joke i was looking around and have seen some stupid threads : I'm looking for a fight- Someone come argue with me! now this gets 3945 views and 432 replies were as A Box Fit for a Future King and Queen. 32...
  18. Blogs
    Tablet & Cell Phone Charging Station More detail about the Tablet & Cell Phone Charging Station I added a bit of personalization The method that I used is to wipe lacquer thinners on the wood and to press a printout onto the wet thinners. You have to be quick about this before the...
  19. Wood & Lumber
    I have a construction background and the wood that I am generally cutting up and fastening together is usually pine. However as I look with wide eyes and dropped jaw at all these gorgeous projects that people create and post on here, I have to ask (to cure my own ignorance), why not pine? What...
  20. Woodworking Skill Share
    I'm a day or two out from assembling the upper half of a New Gloucester rocking chair that has 14 back spindles. Here are a few photos of the upper half dry assembled with the prototype top crest (the back curve isn't cut on the prototype.) I'm able to insert one spindle at a time in the...
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