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  1. Mahogany, Walnut and Zebrawood Coffee Table

    Just finished this coffee table. This is my first furniture project entirely of my own design. Woods are genuine mahogany, black walnut (from Missouri, I'm told), and zebrawood veneer for the inlay. The mahogany top uses two 11" wide boards with a little figure in them, which may come through a...
  2. Step Stool

    The "Big Girl" needed a step stool in the bathroom to reach things. This is made from southern yellow pine and walnut pegs. The finish is shellac with a paste wax top coat to smooth it all out.
  3. Bedside table

    hard works and great defi
  4. Carpenters grease box (LJ's grease pot)

    Carpenters grease box As a lover of old tools I present; LJ's grease pot… A long time ago I read that the old days carpenters used to have a grease pot on the bench, or a pocket version to bring out. When you see the old wooden planes that are allmost black, it this layer of grease (75% fat /...
  5. Air Compressor/Air Tool Cart

    I made this compressor cart about 1 1/2 years ago. It was my first "cart" and I kind of stole ideas from several sources ( including LJ) and combined them to make this. It is made of 1/2 plywood with a 1" oak dowel for a handle. The top drawer has room for air tool accessories and nail gun...
  6. Beech Table with Jatoba Inlay

    Hi, I started this table as my first real project in a woodworking class. The table is mostly made out of beech. To make it a little bit out of the ordinary I used some pieces of beech that showed growing stains and cracks. To me that's what wood normally looks like. Not all people are...
  7. Air Compressor Mobile Cart

    Detailed build on my blog: http://xylotekniche.com/2018/06/18/air-compressor-mobile-cart/. Got a free Atlas Copco SF2 oil free air compressor, brand new with 0 hours on it (approximately $7K+ at the time). Had to take advantage of it. Stepped up the voltage from the 208VAC coming into the...
  8. Drill press/compressor cart

    I got a 12" ryobi drill press for christmas, and after several months of having it taking up valuable workbench real estate, I decided to build a cart to get it off the bench and make it mobile. I also decided (or my wife decided?) that my compressor is way too loud, so this cart needed to...
  9. Butterfly box

    Hi All This was a specially made small batch of five boxes, commissioned by the Designyard in Dublin, for one of their clients. They liked our Oak Furnace trinket boxes that are on display at the gallery, and wanted to incorporate a butterfly theme, so what could be more fitting for butterfly...
  10. Paint Booth - Finishing Table & Drying Rack

    Paint Booth, Finishing Table & Drying Rack Over my workshop there's a small Mezzanine (second level) split in two rooms, big enough to be used for finishing and drying. As I had very low budget for this project I tried to made the best I could for now, using inexpensive 18mm (3/4) OSB and...
  11. Compressor Cart

    After seeing several different versions on LJ's I decided to make one of my own. I put a front door on mine in order to cut down on the noise (it really helps). Additionally I put a storage shelf to store some of the nail guns and other items. The top storage area is for safety equipment as...
  12. Navy plaque

    I cut this plaque using a scroll saw using birch ply. Gold brads on frame outside to add flare. Asked to make for a friend.
  13. treasure chest

    walnut and hickory
  14. desk for daughter

    this is a desk i made for my daughter from African mahogany, it has 3 coats of shellac and five coats of lacquer. theres a bookcase and chair next to make the set.
  15. Pinewood Derby Display Stand

    My son just joined Cub Scouts and took part in his first pinewood derby race last weekend. A couple days ago I had a snow day from work and started puttering around in the garage. I ended up using some scrap wood and putting together a very simple display stand for his pinewood derby car. I...
  16. Pancake air compressor cart

    My son told me we needed a cart to hold our pancake air compressor and associated tools. He found some examples here on lumberjocks. I wanted to make a fairly simple one. Once I got it built, I decided that it looked too plain and I wanted to jazz it up some. Being a Boise State University...
  17. Office Desk /Table

    Built table for office out of Lacewood, There were two distinct colors to the wood I chose. Built a table rather than a desk as the walls are surrounded with shelves and wanted two people to be able to use at one time. The lacewood was a challenge, I never had so many slivers! There were...
  18. Foldable Adirondack Chairs-treated lumber

    I built these for a friend who just had to have foldable Adirondacks vs. fixed ones. I won't disclose what plans I used on here but they were not very concise as I had to take them apart and modify specific parts for them to work properly, which wasn't too big of a deal just keep the 36 grit...
  19. Built-In Cabinet Project

    This was my second cabinet project for the house we are in the process of renovating. As per usual, my time estimate on the completion of these cabinets was way off. Carcasses are made from birch ply with the face frames and doors made from poplar. I had never previously made raised panel...
  20. Air Compressor Cart

    This cart is from an online plan that's around. I've been trying to balance my actual projects with workshop organization a bit more since my shop is a mess but honestly I hate projects like this. It's just slapped together from whatever scrap I could find and nailed/glued and screwed together...
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