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  1. TWCA Cam Cover

    After making a handle for my TWCA Cam, I thought I'd better protect the cutting edge before it gets dinged so I sketched out a number of designs and this was the one I chose to take forward. It is made from an offcut of sapele with a little bit of beech for the toggle. I drew out my design on...
  2. Wood Cellphone Case

    A while ago I decided it was time to stop scratching my phone and because I couldnt find a cover for my cellphone model I decided to make one. Its made of plywood wheets glued together with superglue and a black leather fabric inside to soft thinghs up. Theres the project video Hope you guys...
  3. Wooden Scabbards for my Gouges

    Yeah these are really really simple but you have to start somewhere. I do instrument repair/luthiery for a living and gouges are especially useful to me for making cleats (to repair cracks) repairing nicks and dings in guitar bodies, and many other jobs that are too varied to list. This isn't a...
  4. Kleenex Box Cover/Holder

    This was a fun little project. Cherry, walnut, and maple used. Joined with 45 degree cuts, which surprisingly seamed together really well.
  5. Dehumidifier Cover

    When I moved to the Carolina's I realized that I would need to have a dehumidifier in the house. I keep it in the central living area and got tired of seeing it stick out like a sore thumb. I decided to make a cover for it. It has bead board to match the kitchen cabinets and sorry, It is...
  6. Fireplace Cover

    I was commissioned to make a fireplace cover that you lay over your fireplace during the off season as a decoration. It was made out of maple and then dyed various shades using General Finishes Water Based Dyes and then finished with poly acrylic. The colors are a combination of Pewter, Medium...
  7. Nice pine log cabin sign

    This is about 4 ft wide, made of pine and done freehand with the router, double sided. Within a couple hours of putting up the sign we sold a cabin!
  8. Chevy Pick-up Bed Enclosure

    long story short.. Last summer I got really busy and started using my truck a lot to work in Brooklyn and the City I needed to secure my tools, and equip. I needed something, anything soon At first I literally threw something together in a couple of hours one night. I welded some square tubing...
  9. Reproduction Antique Table

    This table sold yesterday from a boutique downtown, with one leg slightly askew I noticed. Somebody must have knocked it over, but the buyer loves the effect and wanted to add it to her decor. It started out as a maple telephone table in a government office in the 1950's and when thousands of...
  10. Needlepoint Box

    I live in a townhouse complex of 64 units and my garage is my workshop, so when I'm working in there I usually have the big overhead door open. Naturally, when my neighbors walk by, they usually stop in to see what I'm making at that time. Well, one of my neighbors (a senior lady) told me that...
  11. Above Ground Pool Gazebo

    Lumber Jocks and Guests, Here is an Above ground pool gazebo I made to keep the leaves and bugs out of our pool as well as make the pool safe for children and dog in the back yard. Hope you like it. Woody
  12. Magazine Rack Cover

    So I've got this wire magazine rack, and I like to read in the comfy chair. I also like having a table or some such to put my drink and book down from time to time. Took a piece of curly maple, and came up with this. Two coats of spar urethane with a light sanding between them on the top, one...
  13. Whitewashed Ash Portfolio Cover (Amy Moore Photography)

    Solid Ash Portfolio Cover, Whitewash with Gel Topcoat finish, White leather. Commissioned by Amy Moore Photography The covers are resawn Ash which are book matched across the spine, with white leather binding. Amy's logo was carved by hand on the cover which was filled by the whitewash.
  14. No Rust Table Saw Cover

    If you're like me, your table saw sees more action as an assembly and work table than it does actually slicing fiber and making dust. If your shop doubles as the family garage you may also have the problem of swings in temperature and humidity wreaking havoc on the pristine cast iron top. I keep...
  15. Blade Runner Spinner 2 pinewood derby car

    This is a pinewood derby car based loosely on the police car from Blade Runner.More of a pursute car. The turbines are held up with clear plastic to look like there floating.Raced it at NV Day in Carson City. It ran first in a few heats but it never did come in last . ;)
  16. Radiator for My aunt and uncle

    My Uncle repairs clocks for a hobby (he's very good) and he restored a cuckoo clock for my father which he refused payment for. But my father being determined to pay him back offered to build two radiator covers for him, and this is the first of two. It was a fun project that was the first...
  17. Christmas Present #1: Stove hob covers

    My sister has a new house without much bench space. So I have made 3 wooden covers to go over the top of her stove when it is not in use.
  18. Black Walnut Hummingbird Journal Cover

    My Sweety always keeps a journal, so I surprised her one birthday by making a journal with wooden cover. Just a plain old wooden cover wasn't quite enough. I carved a Hummingbird on it, because that's another thing she does, she feeds the Hummers. When I had the Railroad ties resawed, there was...
  19. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Afternoon, all, Somebody e-mailed me recently and asked if my pouches would work to cover a fairly large pile of plywood. He said he was driving through an area in southern Florida a while back and saw piles of plywood behind some peoples' houses. Someone told him they used it to cover windows...
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have a 12 gal. 1.5 hp upright compressor with an air leak under the cover just behind the quick connect fitting. I have loosened the nuts/bolts on the cover, but still can't remove it. Anyone out there have any idea how I can do so? It is a Husky H1512FWK approximately 6 years old. I'll...
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