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  1. Arts & Crafts Framing Samples

    My girlfriend went to Framer's Workshop in Berkeley to get some glass for the poster frame I recently made her, and she came back with the glass and a job offer. Kirstie, the owner, needs a local woodworker to make customer frames. She asked me to make up some samples, so I ran home and...
  2. 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...
  3. Simple Drill Charging "Center" & Drill Press Drawer

    I know everyone seems to build and show these things, but it's because we all need them at some point. I've been meaning to build one, and finally took some time in the shop today to knock out a few quick shop "tools", after being in the dog house yesterday with the better half. We've all been...
  4. Gadget Charging Station

    I've been wanting to build one of these for some time to police up cell phone charging cables for a family of five. I have to give credit to Lumberjock BillG who gave me the idea for the external power switch from his similar project a short time ago - thanks Bill. I like the idea of turning...
  5. Charging Station

    Made with the intention of trying to keep a small footprint, and charge my 8-10 devices at once if needed. Finished project is ~ 11"x10"x8" (W x D x H) Made of 1/4" poplar except the back is 1/2 to accomodate the screws to secure the power strips Will be adding elastic straps underneath to...
  6. Drill Charging/Storage Station

    CLICK HERE FOR SECOND DESIGN 4 YEARS LATER: I should say right off the bat I did not come up with this design, I have seen a smaller version on Lumber Jocks and decided it was a must have. I used shop plywood, old cherry stain, green spray paint (all I had), 3 inch PVC, 1 power strip, and...
  7. Cordless power tool storage station

    My first project post, and it's not pretty-but it is functional. :) I needed a place that would provide ready access to my cordless drills, circular saw (love that thing for breaking down sheet goods in a hurry), batteries, etc. I didn't invent this concept-I found some similar designs on...
  8. Walnut Docking/Charging Station

    This is a commission piece from my Etsy store. A large docking station with a hidden drawer made of solid walnut and walnut veneer plywood with brass handles. Also included is a small 'pencil' box that is removable and portable. The front of the piece can be removed by releasing the bolt latch...
  9. CORDLESS TOOL STORAGE AND CHARGING STATION •

    Aug 02, 2020 Reorganizing my new shop space and eliminating my mobile tool storage cart created a need for a place to store my cordless tools and extra batteries. I've seen many of these and have been wanting to make one so I came up with this design. It has places to hand my cordless tools...
  10. Cordless Drill Storage / Charging Station

    The drills/drivers are needed for every project, so I wanted to put together something that gave me easy access to all of them and also allowed me to have chargers handy if needed. This charging/storage station has been perfect so far. The unit is 20" wide and 11" deep. I mounted the power...
  11. Quilt Cutting Board

    I had some scrap pieces of wood and decided to cut, plane, glue; repeat a few more times and this is what came out. It is 11" x 17" x 1-1/2 thk and made from Black Walnut, Sugar Maple, Shedua, Yellowheart, Macawood, Purpleheart, Paduck, Chestnut and Hickory. Thanks for viewing. -don
  12. Another Version of Cordless Charging Station

    I wanted to build a charging station that would hug the wall as much as possible so that it didn't interfere with my benchtop. I ended up making a shelf designed to hold the cordless tools sideways. It is only 5" deep. It can also hold a few of my most commonly used items.
  13. USB Charging Station

    We needed a good way to manage all of our portable electronics charging. I decided to build a charging station that could fit on our kitchen counter. I took it one step further and designed a four port USB charging power supply/module that I could build into the design. I installed two of...
  14. Drill Charging Station

    Here is a simple project using scrap plywood, a drill charging station. The bases of each of the cubby-holes can be pulled out for access. After the picture was taken I added hooks on the right side for sanding belts and a bit-holding grid from Lee Valley to store extra hex bits on the left...
  15. iPhone charging lamp

    Also made this iPhone charging lamp. Credit goes to Paul Steiner of Steinerwoodwork.com he has the plans free on his site
  16. iPhone Charging Station (2nd Edition)

    Last year I made a very good charging station and it looked great more since I made it we've added another iPad and iPods so I had to come with a better solution so I saw this design on this site http://woodworking.formeremortals.net/2013/01/build-a-device-charging-station/...... I based my...
  17. Cordless Drill Station

    Been needing one of these for a while. Meant to put drawers in, but now will probably just leave as is. I like being able to see inside the cubby. Drawers would hide too much. It's just banged together from scraps laying around , but sure does help keep the shop organized a bit better. At...
  18. End Table charging station

    Small end table I made to try to organize chargers, remotes, and game controllers. Cedar finished with pure tung oil. This was my first time trying tung oil and I definitely learned a lot: I now have a pretty good understanding of both why people seem to love and hate it. Tree trunk legs...
  19. Charging Station

    This is a charging station I built for the top of our dresser for charging our tablets and other USB charged accessories. Before we would swap the cables between each and had them strung out all over the top of the dresser. Another issue is that my ipad charging cable would disappear every few...
  20. In home charging station

    I went to someone's house a few months ago and seen the coolest charging station that was sitting on a table next to the door. I used my cell phone to photo it and said to my self I'm going to make one. The white one is the one I photo'd The top back deck on mine opens for easy access to a...
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