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  1. foam cutter

    I made this foam cutter for work (got paid to woodwork in my garage for a day :). I build weather balloon instruments that require lots of foam insulation to keep things warm at 30 km (100k feet) altitudes. We used to hack out foam parts by hand with a knife, and also had a kludged-together...
  2. Hat Making Tool: Rounding Jack Brim Cutter, w/Laser Engraving for Inaaya Hat Co., London, England

    This Walnut Rounding Jack has been (SOLD) and is headed to London, England. Rounding Jack Serial Number #2008-10 Cutting Capacity: 1.25" - 8" Cutting Path: Clockwise Materials: Walnut, Brass, & Abalone Shell If you are looking for a Rounding Jack, email me for more information at...
  3. Hat Making Tool: Rounding Jack, w/Laser Engraving for The Penman Hat Co.

    This Maple Rounding Jack has been (SOLD). Rounding Jack Serial Number #2008-09 Cutting Capacity: 1.25" - 8" Cutting Path: Clockwise Materials: Maple, Walnut, Brass, & Abalone Shell If you are looking for a Rounding Jack, email me for more information at: [email protected]
  4. Reamer, tenon cutter

    I have a Windsor chair project in the works. Lots of parts roughed out and drying after splitting them from a walnut billet. I have never built a chair before, but have been reading a lot, including a book from Peter Galbert which is just full of information. So anyway, this is part of the...
  5. Reclaimed Wide Plank Heart Pine Barn Wood Flooring

    I milled this floor from our reclaimed "Granary Boards". Most of this wood came from barns in Pennsylvania that were 150-300 years old. I ran the rough boards through the planer and wide belt sander, then ripped it to the correct widths. Then I ran them all through the shaper with a flooring...
  6. Maple bar stool / Table (Stooble)

    Hard Maple. This piece measures 26.5 inches tall. with a 11 X 14" top. Can be seen at: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=330254439977&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT&ih=014
  7. Hat Making Tool: DeCou Rounding Jack, Walnut Hobbyist-Hatter Model, Counter Clockwise Cutting

    Rounding Jacks are used to cut the brim to size, using the oval of the crown as a guide, allowing the hat maker to quickly and easily, cut the brim the same width all the way around the hat. Video: What does this thing do? Watch this video by California Custom Hat Maker Tom Gomez from Premier...
  8. Hat Making Tool: DeCou Rounding Jack, Walnut Hobbyist-Hatter Model, Clockwise Cutting

    ---------------------------------------- Email for more information at: [email protected] To check inventory of Hat Making Tools, or to commission a tool, start with this link to Etsy.com Customer Review of this Rounding Jack, click here to read ----------------------------------------...
  9. Metric Hat Making Tool Rounding Jack Brim Cutter Collector Edition Brass Blade Holder Walnut Laser

    Project: Handmade walnut and brass rounding jack for hat makers to cut the brim to size. Project Story: Recently, two different Milliners (custom hat makers) ordered my Collector's Edition Rounding Jacks through my online Etsy.com store The first lady from Berlin, the other lady from...
  10. Cutter push block

    I'm a printer and designer by trade and I had the need for a paper cutter push block. I thought it silly to buy one and to be honest I'm not even sure they make them this small! I just pulled a few poplar cutoffs and made sure to have everything as square as possible. Brass screws help ensure...
  11. Pizza cutter upgrade

    Another fairly quick project was a new handle on an old Pizza cutter. In sorting and packing for our impending move I stumbled across a Pizza cutter I saved so I could re-handle. It been on the "To Do" list for a very long time, seen 2 moves and several thousand miles across the US. It...
  12. Pizza Cutter & Cheese Plane

    The cheese plane handle is macacauba and the pizza cutter handle is a composite from woodcraft. Both turned really easily.
  13. Rocking Pizza Cutter

    This was a belated Christmas gift to the wife, completed last month, based on WoodRiver's 16" Rocking Pizza Cutter Kit, which consists of the 16" blade and four sets of Allen keyed bolts and nuts. I used seasoned cherry board I bought locally several years ago. I love working with cherry-the...
  14. Sand Paper Cutter

    Everyone has one of these. But if you don't let me show you mine. It's a piece of plywood with a hacksaw blade screwed down to the wood and a hole to hang it up. That's it. I folded a sheet of sandpaper so I could put the lines where they are needed. I have two marks 1/2 sheet and 1/4 sheet...
  15. Portland Cutter

    My latest project. It is a early 1900's Portland Cutter. Woodworking consists of new sides, back and dash. All made with luan. Had to replace floor boards also. The curved dash was a bit of a challenge, soaked wood before bending into pposition.
  16. Double Urn

    Double urn that I made for my in-laws when my father-in-law passed away. It is made out of black walnut, birds-eye maple and ebony.
  17. Hat Making Tool: DeCou Rounding Jack, Maple Deluxe Model, Clockwise Cutting, for Hat Brims

    ---------------------------------------- If you'd like one, email me and we can discuss what tools I have on hand, or what the current delivery schedule will be for custom made tools. email: [email protected] ---------------------------------------- Video: What does this thing do? Watch...
  18. Conference Table

    This is a Conference Table that I made for my church. It is all Walnut. I used a traditional through, wedged, mortise and tenon joint for the stretcher. With loose tenons for the feet and supports, also I signed it with a inlayed dovetail on the bottom.
  19. Hat Making Tool: Rounding Jack Hat Brim Cutter, Walnut Deluxe Model, Clockwise Cutting

    ------------------------------------ To discuss my current inventory of hatmaking tools, email at: [email protected] Just about ALL of the HAT MAKING ITEMS THAT I HAVE IN STOCK ARE LISTED IN MY ETSY.COM ONLINE SHOP, click here to check inventory ----------------------------------------...
  20. Sledge Hammer strikes back

    Since everybody seemed to enjoy the making of their own tools, with their own hands. and the using of such tools, I decided to make a try. I made a sliding bevel square with two blocks of Palo Santo ( lignum vitae), and a 400 mm (16") long and 2 mm (5/64") thick piece of bronze. The square...
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