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  1. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    There is plenty of refurbishing videos and articles online about cleaning up older Delta unisaws, but I'm not finding a whole lot of motor swap information. I have an older 1960s unisaw that I would like to get a 120v motor for, and replace it and refurbish the machine over this winter. I don't...
  2. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello everyone, I've been a long time lurker but only recently got a shop set up (been a long wait). I am going today to pick up a Unisaw I found that was purchased new in 2006 but never removed from the crate. Yea, hard to believe but I have had extensive discussions with the owner and it is...
  3. cherry and maple end tables

    i was planing some maple for another project and came across 1 board that was mineral stained that i really like. i saved it and built these 2 end tables to showcase it. i think it will stand out even more as the cherry ages. i didn't have any 2" cherry at the time, so the legs are a...
  4. signs

    made of cedar. three coats of clear,then routed.then ebnoy in the letters.
  5. Re-claimed wasted space

    After assembling my new Delta belt/disc sander I saw an opportunity to use some wasted space. Looked like a good place to put in a couple of drawers for smaller items or storage. There is plywood on the bottom brace with drawers above and below it. Not much of a project but it helps make the...
  6. Bamboo Zero Clearance Throat Plate for my New (to me) Unisaw

    I finally upgraded my saw to a Unisaw! It was long overdue and man-o-man is this thing a beast. I found it on CL about 15 miles from my house. It has very few hours on it, came will all the manuals, a mobile base, extension tables, and the Delta Tenoning jig. For $900 delivered! It's a 3hp 220...
  7. File handle with brass ferrule

    Another file handle, this one a full inch in diameter. Bought some 1" ID brass tubing to go with my 1" diameter broom-stick. Hacksawed off a piece, bashed it around some with the 3# hand-maul, and then shined it up with the wire wheel on the bench grinder afterwards. Functional and prettier than...
  8. Iron Table for Sewing Room

    My wife saw a similar item at a craft show that was an inexpensive cubby with a piece of plywood on top that was covered with ironing board material. I knew I could make it and spend at least twice as much… The finished project had a top which could be used for ironing in her sewing room and...
  9. Clipboard

    My daughter is going to college for speech therapy and will be taking lot of notes. She told me that she could use a nice clipboard and sent me a couple of pictures she saw on the internet. Since my catch phrase is "I can make that"… I set about to making her a clipboard for Christmas. I was...
  10. Delta 36-650 Table saw cabinet with Dust collection and mobile Base

    I was in desperate need of a new table saw. I had been using a ryobi job site saw that was okay for framing, but not much else. I was patient and watched the classifieds on a local site and found a Delta 36-650 for $225 and a T2 Fence for $100. I picked up both of the items and was very pleased...
  11. NYC Hudson Street

    Look at how beautiful this came out. Located on Hudson Street, NY, NY. on TOP of a building!! http://www.woodboardsandbeams.com
  12. can't stop us

    -i was a bit depressed when it came down to time to eat before midnight before surgery & i still had not attached or sanded the seat slats…but, apparently, that can be done (albeit slowly) with one hand. I know this is no different than the other benches; it just felt like more of an...
  13. Router Bit Storage

    I have two Jessem Router tables, always thought the space underneath the router was a waste, so this weekend I did something about it. I built a baltic birch case to sit on the bottom of the stand (3/8" top and bottom w 1/2" sides), taking into account the amount the router lift would adjust...
  14. A Plethora Of Pens

    My daughter wanted a couple of pens to give to her Summer work term coworkers as a token of appreciation so I got really ambitious (or really crazy) and went into production and turned twenty of them. When you get into the swing of things they can really zip along. :) The woods I used are...
  15. Mallet

    It has been awhile since I uploaded a project. I have been kinda working on three different projects, plus the workbench. But Sunday, I thought get stuck in and get something done. So I focussed on getting this mallet done. It is made of some scraps that were lying around. The handle is...
  16. RUSTIC PINE SHADOW BOX

    THIS IS A RUSTIC PINE SHADOW BOX WITH GLASS INLAY ON DOOR
  17. Pennsylvania Spice Boxes

    Hi All, I've been away for almost a year. Think I'll get back to the shop. My latest projects are a couple of Pennsylvania Spice Boxes and a simple 4 drawer jewelry box. I don't remember the inspiration for the spice boxes. I believe one is a Steve Latta project from an issue of "Fine...
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  18. Endgrain Cutting Board

    Made in high school woods class. Made with walnut and white birch. Used router for edges and handle. 6 mineral oil finishes.
  19. Black Walnut plant stand

    Finially finished this walnut plant stand with crock wood top. Finished with Urethane to protect it from water spills, it also brings out the grain
  20. Inlaid Frame

    This is a frame I made to celebrate my son's college graduation. Overall is about 19" x 15.5" from 7/8" Walnut inlaid with maple and padauk. I had to make a new shooting board to get the miters to fit, each corner is splined. Finished with 4 coats of shellac and paste wax applied with 0000...
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