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  1. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Thinking about buying a used Rockwell 15-017 floor drill press, serial #1631010. Its from the 70's which means made in the USA and heavy duty. I believe commonly found in high school shop classrooms. Do you think me (average man) can unload drill press off a truck with ramp using a appliance...
  2. Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts Make Kazoos

    I am Scout Leader with my son's Boy Scout Troop and as part of our big field day to recruit the older Cub Scouts into our Boy Scout Troop, I arrange a small woodworking project for the Cub Scouts (ages 6-11) to do. The Boy Scouts run the event, with adult supervision, and help the Cubs make the...
  3. Walnut table

    Making custom pieces for family and friends is a real joy for me to do. I had the opportunity to make this table of my own design for my friends Jack and Mari. Jack was one of my professors in dental school, and we have remained colleagues and friends for over 35 years. The provenance for the...
  4. Gifts for a trip

    We're starting to plan a FL trip here soon so I wanted to get ahead of things and knock out some gifts for the different friends and family we're staying with. The first going left to right is a baseball bat bottle stopper made from an ash baseball billet. I used a Ruth Niles stainless stopper...
  5. Speakers & Stands

    Well a few of you may or may not have followed the one or two blogs on these... Whilst I can say the are not finished due to they don't have any for of protective coating as of yet, I can say that I have finished because I won't be doing that and the owner of them has not decided himself as of...
  6. Noodle Cutter

    This noodle cutter is made for my friend, Bruce, a master chef who makes a lot of noodles and cuts them one at a time. This will cut 12 3/8" noodles in one roll. It is made from pecan, walnut and stainless steel. I started it to be all wood originally but as you can see in the 5th photo, it did...
  7. Started months ago just finished it today. Cigar box guitar

    I started this guitar months ago but it sat around unfinished. I decided to wrap it up today. Its a short version with a poplar neck with padauk inlaid into it. It has frets to scale for its size. Its a 4 string and it feels really solid which is different from others i have seen, they...
  8. Heart Pine Corner cabinet

    I was informed that I we needed a corner cabinet to house a new television in what was going to become our exercise room. So I took up the challenge and went to work. I have never attempted a corner cabinet before and had not really thought about how they are constructed. This project taught...
  9. A Mission Statement Studio, handmade tile, bought on eBay framed in arts and crafts style QSWO frame

    A Mission Statement Studio handmade tile link to website This one is for sale. Send me an email. ... Arts and Crafts Style Pagoda frame, Quarter sawn White Oak,with Honduran mahogany corbels, aniline dye, mahogany stain and seedlac shellac ... allot of great deals on ebay for studio and...
  10. North Pole Mailbox

    Thanks to Steve at Woodworking for Mere Mortals I made this wonderful mailbox for the children. His plans are great as well as the video's he produces. I'll make more for next year.
  11. Side Table

    I was debating what to get my grandmother for Christmas this year when my Mom told me she had picked out a table at London Drugs…RIGHT like I'm gonna do that, so I took the basic proportions and built a table for her. I went with red oak to match the rest of her furniture and was really happy...
  12. Bathroom cabinet 2 (not another bloody sequel) - pine with ash trimmings construction

    This project follows on from one that went disastrously wrong. It is intended to provide additional storage space for our apparently never ending accumulation of toiletries and bathroom acoutrements. The construction is basic using simple haunched housing joints. Mortise and tenon joints were...
  13. Night stand

    Night stand made from cherry did a dado and rabbit joint for the case joinery and biscuit joined the top hop my post worked I'm new to woodworking a d would like to hear feed back from the vets that's helpful always a pleasure to talk to pros and learn 3 parts base and cabinet used a kreg joiner...
  14. Doll Beds with Trundles

    A friend at church asked if I could make doll beds for her grandaughters this Christmas. I oblidged and got a third order from a friend at work. This was a successful use of mortise and tenon joints made with the table saw sled (tenons) and a forstner bit (mortises). I enjoyed routing the...
  15. Drill press table

    My version of a useful accessory for your DP. Just a couple pieces of plywood glued together, with some T-track set into it. There is a sacrificial 4" x 4" square of plywood in the middle to make tearout a thing of the past. I've found it very handy and I don't know why more manufacturers...
  16. Scrollsaw Blade Holder

    Just a quick weekend project - I needed a new blade holder for the scroll saw. I found a source online where I could buy poly-acrylic test tubes fairly cheap so I ordered a couple dozen. Once they arrived I searched the scrap pile until I found some pretty nice pieces - nothing fancy though...
  17. Votive candle holders

    Just some candle holders made form apple wood. Playing a little on the little H-F turning lathe. The taller is 5-1/4 while the shorter is 4-3/4 inches tall. Both are 3 inch diameter. The holders were turned as 1 piece then cut apart with a miter saw. Torching was done on a support with a hand...
  18. Inner Beauty of a Cedar Log

    This was a unique project for me, in that, it was the first time that i started with a truly rough piece of lumber. The cedar log was found on some family property, belonging to my uncle. I wanted to do something nice for him to hang in his new cabin. This log presented an awesome...
  19. Nautical Style Submarine Door

    This is a submarine door all made from recycled lumber. It is grafted into a standard door which is the door to my office at work. I made this all at home in my shop and installed it into my existing office door at work on the weekend. It has been up for almost a year and people still stop to...
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