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  1. Another version

    This is another version of my bread cooling racks. I was hoping to be putting these out better by now, but they still are posing problems for me. Oh well, I'll get better with practice. Thought I'd share one more with you. Thanks for looking, hope you enjoy and try one yourself if you've a...
  2. Something Fishy

    This is my version of a fish themed cooling rack. http://www.popularwoodworking.com/articleindex/i-can-do-that-fish-sticks I do like the simplicity of the Popular Woodworking design but I decided to spice it up a little. It sets completely flat, the horizontal rails are flush with the bottom...
  3. One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

    Alright, so there isn't any blue fish in this stringer, but it sounds better. I am sure many of you are not too surprised that I couldn't leave the fish shaped cooling racks to live out their lives looking flat and dull, so I shaped them. I used a palm sander with 100 grit to work in the...
  4. More bread boards

    Or hot dish holder or table center piece holder or what ever you might come up with. Fairly versatile and people love them. Was given some nice scrap end pieces of oak and mahogany and went to work. These are just a few. Trying to get a stock pile going. Not too exciting but a great slow time...
  5. Variations

    These are basically fooling around. Scraps from the scraps. The first two are off size leftover sections that I had to surround somehow. Came up with these. Like I said just fooling around and experimenting. The last two pictures show some plant stands for the deck. I hate seeing plants...
  6. Bread Board +

    Found a friend one day at work bending some expanded sheet metal. Sharp edges all over. Asked him what he was doing, he said he was trying to fix his mom up with a fresh bread cooling rack. Got me thinking and this is what came up. Gave it to him to give to his mother. I've made a few of these...
  7. another cooling rack

    Man, I slammed this together. Shows, hu? Well I was going for something else and this is what ended up. Could have built this a lot easier, if it had been my original idea, LOL. Christmas gift none the less. The center wood I'm not sure, koa maybe, the light wood is maple, then purple heart...
  8. Wood & Lumber
    I bought a piece of purpleheart the other day, and the faces of it are a deep purple (excuse the inadverntent reference to the great '70s rock band, please). But when I cut into this board, it is essentially brown. I turned a couple of pens with it, and they are just brown as well. What gives??
  9. Blogs
    Basic grill making I made a few bread cooling racks and was asked how I did that. This is how. I start with two pieces of wood. One for the width and one for length. Then I cut the slots in each piece. Exactly one half the thickness of the wood. The space between the slots does not...
  10. Scrollsawing
    I find myself always removing the hold downs on my saws. For me, they just get in the way. Especially when doing 100's of interior cuts. I stack cut many things and in the past, blade re-threading has been much more efficent without them. Although my new saw, a Dewalt 788 the hold down lifts...
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