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  1. Projects PICTURE FRAMES REPRO

    25X25cm / 25x40mm picture frames made of firwood. I cut shape on tablesaw and angles on mitersaw. Corners were glued and stapled. No finish,, since they will be additionaly decorated and painted.
  2. Shop Air Cleaner

    I acquired an older furnace blower saw it as a perfect opportunity to make my shop a little cleaner. The unit itself is pretty large at 33"x22"x19" tall. I have two 16"x20" filters on each side and the air blows out the top. I splurged and installed a one hour timer on it. It's mostly made out...
  3. Red Oak Desk

    I have been reading and enjoying this websites community long before I finally created an account. Since creating one nothing has really came to mind on what to post about so figured I'd start with a desk I made not long ago. A customer was looking for a large desk to put in the office room of...
  4. Air Cleaner

    I like to build with barn boards and reclaimed wood so I spend a lot of time sanding and wire brushing the dust and debris off of the boards before I begin a new project. My shop was always covered in dust and I found I was breathing a lot in (really dislike trying to work with a dust mask on)...
  5. Sound baffle cyclone air return

    I'm happy to have thought long enough about sound and noise when converting a small garage into a shop. I built a small lean to 14' X 9'-ish to hold my air compressor and cyclone dust collector. I got everything installed and it's working great except I still need to build a return. Not a big...
  6. Air Cleaner Cart

    This is an air cleaner cart that I built using a furnace blower that a friend gave me. I followed Jay Bates' design very closely. I have the fan wired for its slowest speed, and WOW does it put out some air. I am excited about the added airflow my shop will have this summer. The additional air...
  7. media center with bookshelves

    Had some extra time around the shop, so we decided to build this. Its made out of poplar and mdf and finished it with some dunn edwards paint. The top is walnut and finished with polyurethane. Not really my style of cabinet but I think someone will like it. Thanks for looking!!!
  8. Paint Room Reno

    I had a forum topic a while ago about the best way to extract fumes from a spray booth. The first thing I tried was box fans mounted in the wall as seen in picture three to push air into the room and exhaust the fumes out the window… this did not work that well, I had the whole house smelling...
  9. Air Cleaner

    I bought a squirrel cage blower for $30 and watched a youtube video on how to make this contraption. Here is the final project. The box is made of MDF and plywood. I bought a timer that goes up 8 hours and shuts off (1,2,4,8 hr increments) from Amazon. The wiring wasn't quite pretty but it...
  10. Mobile Air Cleaner done dirt cheap!

    I have been meaning to acquire or make one of these for a long time… I recently upgraded my furnace in the house, so I kept the fan for just this purpose. There is nothing at all glamorous about this, but it works great (quiet too) and doesn't take up any more room in the shop. When I started...
  11. Shop Made Air Filtration System

    When the old air-condition unit went out, I knew a Shop Made Air Filtration System was in my future. After determining that the squirrel cage blower still worked I settled on a cart design base off Jay Bates Air Cleaner Cart. The main criteria for this build was to make it the same height as my...
  12. Folded Bowl

    So, it's been a little bit since my last project posting, I hope this makes up for it. It started out as a cherry bowl that I was doing as a demo. I was so please with how it was turning out, how thin I was getting the sides and bottom. And when I went to cut it off the face plate, well I...
  13. Air Filter / Exhaust Fan

    I put this together a while ago and it works so well, I thought I should share it. I have a basement shop with not a lot of height so I really don't have room to hang a filter from the ceiling. I built this unit up against one of the windows so when I want to use it as a filter only, I keep the...
  14. Shop Air Cleaner

    I finally got around to making a shop air cleaner. What a difference this makes!! Total cost ran about $60 and took about 4 hours to complete. Unit is made to utilize common 16×20" filters. Constructed out of 3/4" plywood, the sides are rabbeted, then screwed and glued together. Has some...
  15. Tool Tray for Sjobergs WoodWorking Bench

    Today I finished adding a tool tray to my Sjobergs bench. In some of the books that I read on choosing & or building your own woodworking bench, the writers indicated that about half of the people liked tool trays & the other half didn't. So I decided to make mine easily removable. Basically...
  16. Multi Axis Burl

    I was lucky to get a few big leaf maple burl caps through a friend and had recently seen a demo on multi axis turning. Soooo, I had to try another new thing. Its fun doing one off things but I think it helps confirm my designation as a jack-of-some-trades and master of none. Maybe I'll find...
  17. Scrap Plywood into an Air Cleaner

    Contractor is starting our office interior remodel this week. Hoping we can keep dust to a minimum as we plan to stay open during the remodel. Remembered an old furnace fan I had stashed in the attic for such a time as this. Decided it was time to build an air cleaner. Perused the many fine...
  18. Air filter

    Just got the shop air filter done. There are three 2 inch thick MERV 11 filters and one 1 inch thick MERV 4 filter. Air is drawn through the MERV 4 filter which is in the 1st photo, then through the three MERV 11 filters in the 2nd and 3rd photos and is then blown down osb ducts to the ends of...
  19. wood portfolio

    This is my new portfolio, its been in the works for quite a wile. Made from eight different kinds of woods maple, cedar, redwood, spruce, yew, cocobolo, wenge, and the hinges are some kind of mystery wood I found that smelled funny but had great grain strength for a hinge. The logo is yew wood...
  20. Mini Clock

    This pattern can be used in several ways, 2 are shown here. I like the 'overlay' style best. Clock insert is 1/716 from many hobby, woodworking suppliers.
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