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  1. Shop organization

    These are two shop organization projects I've done. The cordless tool board is something I dreamed up to use scraps and get the drills, impact driver, saw and light off the bench. By the way, I can't say enough about my Panasonic cordless tools - much better than the Dewalt they replaced. The...
  2. 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...
  3. Cordless Drill Charging Station

    This is my latest project for my workshop. The design is based off project by LJ HickoryHill found here. The design of the drill shelf was based on ShopNotes Issue 58 along with the design of the drawer. The case is made out of 3/4" plywood. The drawer is made out of 1/2" plywood with a 1/4"...
  4. Whoops!

    Another carving finally finished from RWR 3/18. This was in Gary Falin's class and from one of his roughouts. About 4 inches tall. Claude
  5. 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...

    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...
  7. Drill charging station

    Needed an upgraded version of my old charging station that was built, based on the popular plans found here at I have since outgrown the old one. This one is 32" wide, 36" tall, 12" deep. Will hold 8 drills and/or air guns I will be making/reusing some bit holders that will...
  8. Serpentine Bow Front Desk

    Well here my Bow Front Desk finally is. I blogged about it a few months back but with school and everything i've just got around to taking and posting pictures. This desk is built out of one giant slab of Sapele. it was 10/4 by 13" wide by 9 feet long. I cut it all up and made this desk. The...
  9. CORDLESS tool rack! I did it!! My first pocket hole

    I got my KREG K5 last night from Amazon and have had Jay's plans sitting in the garage for a week waiting for a chance. I took today off and built this. The K5 is pretty cool and easy to use. Plans are HERE
  10. Cherry Casket

    This casket (number 7) is made from cherry for the frames and cherry veneers for the panels. Thanks for looking, AKDave
  11. More Piggy Banks

    More piggy banks for the flee market, the last photo is of one I completed earlier. I sprayed a different finish on it. Hopeful thay all sell.
  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. Cordless drill charging station

    This cordless drill charging station is of my own design, but with some heavy influence from a couple Shop Notes articles. The actual slots for holding the drills came from Shop Notes 58. The other Shop Notes I referenced was #100. I wanted a place to put all the chargers, drills and...
  14. Calico Maple Table w/ Wings

    I needed this one!!! It was cabinet job after cabinet job there for awhile. And don't get me wrong I'm thankful to be busy but there's something about a big ol dining table that scratches me where I itch. I milled this maple out of a little tree my landlord took down a few years ago and I've...
  15. Dado.. dado... its off to work we go.

    One of my first projects was a display cabinet for my wife. This one is much better. She's an artist who works in pastels, watercolors, and clay. The is her Latte collection, at least those she hasn't sold. The cabinet was built with Tiger maple and trimmed with lacewood. It incorporates a...
  16. Pear wood fruit bowl

    14" pearwood fruit bowl with live edge. Made as a wedding present and now in hong Kong. Turned on a Charnwood lathe.
  17. Hobby/Stick Horses

    Hobby Horses made from yellow pine for toy drive.
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Thinking about moving to Milwaukee M18 tools from my Ryobi starter tools. I've been using Ryobi One Plus for my most used and Harbour Freight for the once in a while. Life is good in all areas , salary, time, debt and so forth so the budget is more forgiving if I want. This will be a several...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have a Ryobi P320 18ga cordless brad nailer in hand I purchased from this site. Reconditioned kit The striker stuck in the out position on every brad of either 1 1/4 or 2". The nail channel appeared dirty, so I swabbed it with alcohol using a cotton ball. After the alcohol swab the nail...
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    My sweetie is asking about the sort of power tool Christmas gift she can get me and I am really hankering to have a cordless drill/driver to replace my old Milwaukee corded 3/8 inch workhorse…. but I would really like to find something that combines both power AND control. I am leaning toward...
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