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  1. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I was wondering what Glidecote users use to clean surfaces when it really isn't in need of reapplication or do you reapply Glidecote after every cleaning? I recently cleaned/derusted (WD-40/Scotchbrite/Mineral Spirits) my jointer-planer and then put Glidecote on it for the first time. I had some...
  2. Trash Can Cabinet

    Made from solid pine with polyurethane finish.
  3. Workshop Floor Sweep Attachment

    Workshop Floor Sweep Attachment How much are you willing to pay for 1 meter of plastic tube with a handle and a nozzle, $40 - $50? Well I was not willing to spend that much for a floor gulper, so I gave it try to make one. I had a piece of left over tube, added 45 angle elbow, a piece of ¼...
  4. Gunsmith Boxes #2, 3 & 4

    ---------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: blakeweber.us ---------------------------------------------------- Padauk, Quilted Maple, Leather, Solid Brass. Click HERE for a complete blog containing over 100 photos of the building process...
  5. Bubinga and Ash Wedding Album Case

    I made this case to house a wedding album. It's a present from one of my clients to his daughter so it needed to be somewhat special. He saw the cutlery case I recently made for my wife and wanted his case modeled after that. It's Bubinga and Ash which make a good contrast when used together...
  6. 66 Inches From My Workbench...

    ...is where I sleep. This means that I have to keep things preeetty clean. After about nine months of using the same diagonally bisected raisin box as a dustpan, I decided to use some scrap stuff to make a more suitable replacement for a tool I use daily. 1/4" ply sides, masonite base, and...
  7. Weekend Pen Case

    I got the idea for this pen box from a friend. I was at his house looking at a commemorative pen he was given for retirement and was impressed with the design of the pen box. I took some pictures and spent a couple days figuring out how I could make my own. The box turned out to be fairly easy...
  8. Gun Cleaning Box

    Thought you might like to see this gun cleaning box I made for a friend who does Clay shooting. It was based on the Orvis one that is no longer available here in the UK, I altered the sizes so it would fit his cleaning rods and oil can. Its made from Cherry with a White Maple top panel and...
  9. 45° jig / sled for perfect miters

    I needed a jig to cut dead on 45° miters for keepsake boxes. using the blade set to45° will create a bit of a bow in the miter. Keeping the blade at 90° keeps the gyro effect and the force of inertia true. Some years ago I saw something similar, and the concept stuck in my pointy head. Now...
  10. Model of church GYM/life center

    We are starting to have building fund projects and I was thanking it would be great to have something for people to see and put there donations in . As you see the building will have a roll up door on one end . The locking handle on the back locks the the roll up door .
  11. wood portfolio

    This is my new portfolio, its been in the works for quite a wile. Made from eight different kinds of woods maple, cedar, redwood, spruce, yew, cocobolo, wenge, and the hinges are some kind of mystery wood I found that smelled funny but had great grain strength for a hinge. The logo is yew wood...
  12. Resaw Bandsaw renovation

    A couple of friends of mine gave me some "mini logs" when they cut down a back yard pear tree and a redwood. I wanted to turn these into lumber but it just seemed too difficult and dangerous to do on my old stock Hitachi Resaw Bandsaw. After a lot of head scratching, I came up with the idea to...
  13. Customer wanted a simple 10x14 deck. Completed 05/18/11

    We've done bigger. We've done fancier. Some we've stained and others painted. We've done "spiderweb", "chippendale" and made-up-on-the-fly railing designs… But the customer wanted "simple but sturdy", so of course we obliged. But, simple never means skimping on structure or quality. This...
  14. Dovetailed box from a piece of split firewood

    As a part of a contest on another forum, I made a box out of a piece of firewood. The rules stated the wood could not have been milled previously. I made a little sled for my bandsaw and sliced up a split oak log. I was able to quarter saw it to keep it stable. I noticed it had some spalting on...
  15. Church Sound/Video Area

    This project was decided and done within a 3 day span. We knew we needed to get the sound/video equipment for the church out of sight and out of little hands way. We decided, that for all practical purposes, a raised platform with walls would work best, as it gives us room underneath to run...
  16. Figured Maple Salt Cellar

    This is the second bowl I turned and the third spoon I carved. Neither are perfect, but they made an excellent learning project and gift for a friend.
  17. Coffee tabe and end tables

    A coffee table and matching end tables I made for our new living room furniture. We were looking for new ones when we purchased the furniture but as any woodworker can attest, I couldn't spend money on the garbage the had for sale. The base and frame is made from walnut and the tops are made...
  18. Edge Sander Home Made

    I made this edge sander a few years ago with some left over three quarter inch plywood. The top piece is varnished birch for ease of sliding the piece to be sanded. The motor is a 1750 rpm furnace blower motor with a threaded mandrel and a large drill chuck threaded on to the mandrel. The height...
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