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  1. Walnut and Maple Tealight Candleholder

    This 5-tealight candleholder was made from hard maple and walnut. The strips of wood were crosscut and ripped on the tablesaw before glue-up with Titebond III and 5-clamps. The maple was 5/4 and the walnut was only 4/4, so I ended up cutting a strip of the walnut to set it on edge so as to be...
  2. Two-Wood Band Saw Boxes

    March, 2010-More fun boxes, with very little waste. The exotic wood in the middle came from the cut-off pile from Anderson Lumber Company in St. Petersburg, Florida. The oak came from an old book rack I picked up at a thrift shop for $1. These are sanded to 600-grit and finished with Watco...
  3. Desk Tidy/ Organizer

    Hey folks! I decided I would combine a bit of turning with some woodwork to make this pretty simple desk tidy/ organizer, let me know what you think! Be sure to watch the video bellow to see how it was made and for more details and images of construction of this desk tidy take a look at the...
  4. Plantation Shutters

    I made some plantation shutters using the Woodline router bits and plans, with a few of my own modifications. Louvers are actuated from behind with a home-made hidden control rod. Frame is contructed of poplar, shutter components are made from basswood This is the first window, I plan to do...
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm planning a project where I will have to put a bevel on many small pieces (1" X 2" x 1/4"). Thinking of using my router and table whit a zero clearance fence for safety but not sue if anyone would have a suggestion as to the right bit fot for the job. I was thinking either a chamfer bit or...
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