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  1. Turned Off Center Door Stop

    For whatever reason, I decided to create a door stop. Perhaps it's a result of a subconscious longing for spring, when we can prop our doors open without getting snow in the house, or suffering flies that come with summer. Compound this with that I, like many, often find myself searching for...
  2. Off Center Turned Door Stops

    A while back, I turned a door stop off center to see what I got. I wanted something different than the hundreds of examples on the Net and I really liked the result. For that offset turning, I used a 2×6 of mahogany (http://lumberjocks.com/projects/298570). The other day, I was cleaning up and...
  3. Doorstop!

    My prewife invented a way to hold a door partly open. It involved shoes that I trip over in the middle of the night. So, I designed and made this little gadget to slip under the door and hold it in place. It works quite well! The outside diameter is 3.5", and the inside slot is 1.5" wide. The...
  4. More door stops and a random wand

    Last year I made a couple of door stops for the school library. The plan has been since that I make some for the kids teachers and one for their classrooms. I have been informed by my wife that the principal has been maybe dropping hints. Since I use these as practice pieces to play with...
  5. French Doorstops

    This is a pair of French-style door stops turned from a single piece of black cherry. You turn the knobs on either end of the block, about 9 inches apart, then cut the block on a diagonal. This project was taught to me by Mario Rodriguez at Philadelphia Furniture Workshop, so having broken my...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    In the market for my first bandsaw and have been doing a lot of research. This is for a small garage shop (9'x18') and no access to a 220 line. So, I'm looking for the best quality 14" saw that will run on 110v. This will be for general use - curves, ripping thick stock and re-sawing so I...
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