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  1. Beer Flight

    This is a beer flight I made out of a 1/2 thick piece of poplar. I cut the cardboard from some six-packs int strips and glued them to the top of the uncut piece of wood, then made the holes for the glasses and cut out the handle. A little roundover with the router and it was all set. For the...
  2. Bourbon Flight

    I had got this commission job a year ago and delivered a year ago. Just getting around to show and tell. The customer asked for a simple piece of wood with some character. I told him I may have just the piece for him. I hand planed off the rough saw marks and showed it to him. He thought it was...
  3. Flight Chair

    This chair was my first woodworking project while studying Scandinavian furniture design and woodworking in Denmark (Summer of 2001). The assignment was to design and build a "seating object" from one Maple board measuring 2.5" thickness x 8" width x 4' length. My goal was to create a chair...
  4. RC Radio/Transmitter Tray for Flying Enthusiasts

    This is a tray for holding and RC radio for those who are flying enthusiasts with airplanes and helicopters. This works best for those who use the 'pinch' method of holding the control sticks. I got this idea from another on YouTube and modified it to fit my radio. Made of a scrap piece of...
  5. Beer Flight Paddle

    I found some aromatic cedar scrap on sale at the local hardwood store. I'd never worked with cedar before, but found it was surprisingly forgiving. The shape was cut free-hand on a small bandsaw and sanded to 220. A 2 1/4" forstner bit cut the holes. After reading some other posts I've decided...
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