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  1. Table Saw Accessory Cabinet

    Recently bought a miter sled for my table saw. Where to store it???? Could put it on the wall, or on a shelf…. I first had it to the right side of the fence on my table saw but it seemed like I was constantly relocating it. There is never enough storage or open surfaces in my shop. I built...
  2. Octagonal Low Pedestal

    Octagonal Low Pedestal Got myself some African deck flooring (I think the wood is Massaranduba) from a friend and entirely out of those pieces I made this octagonal low pedestal for that angel sculpture. Unfortunately my pictures didn't come out very good but you get the idea. Stelios AKA...
  3. Workbench - Gym floor top

    I had a workbench, but it functioned pretty much as an assembly table only, no clamping options, just an mdf torsion box top. I kept the base, made it a bit smaller and built a new top for it. Bought a large section of old gym floor for the main area, encased it with some jatoba flooring, added...
  4. Endgrain Floor in Bathroom

    NOTE TO THOSE WHO WANT TO DO THIS… Please don't use regular grout like me. The wood shrinks slightly and is allowed to move because of the urethane adhesive remaining pliable. There's tiny little cracks where the wood has separated on the outer tiles in the room. It's not going to weather well...
  5. Underneath ugly carpet and layers of paint, our 100 year old floors

    A lovely summer project with the roommates, refinishing the floors of our 1913 home (well, we rent, and though plenty of other things are falling apart, we just couldn't take another day with that awful carpet!). Said good riddance to the carpet, scraped away years and layers of paint, sanded...
  6. hardwood floors and heater vents

    We put 3/4" hardwood (maple in bedrooms and cherry through living area) floors in the house a few years back. The choice of wood was based upon price and availability and I am actually pretty happy with the look. The maple was a steal and came with about 5% highly figured including birds eye...
  7. Full-Size Coffin Bookcase

    My adult daughter's life revolves around "The Walking Dead" and zombies. Her whole house is decorated with a zombies-inspired theme. She asked me to build a coffin bookcase for her birthday. This is the finished project, made from pine with a clear polyurethane finish.
  8. Reclaimed Wide Plank Heart Pine Barn Wood Flooring

    I milled this floor from our reclaimed "Granary Boards". Most of this wood came from barns in Pennsylvania that were 150-300 years old. I ran the rough boards through the planer and wide belt sander, then ripped it to the correct widths. Then I ran them all through the shaper with a flooring...
  9. First project - hard maple workbench

    My first real woodworking project. I started it August 2010 and I finished it February working mostly nights and some Saturdays. It started out as a butcher block that my father-in-law actually butchered on in the 60s until they went to plastic butcher tops in the late 60s. He kept it in his...
  10. Flooring Concept Equipment Tower

    In the Spring and Summer of 2011 I built a concept piece out of (almost) all flooring material. The piece is a tower to house all my a/v equipment. Requirements were that the piece be made primarily of left over oak flooring, It must be wide and deep enough for my Pioneer Elite receiver with...
  11. Mesquite Mushrooms

    These are a few mushrooms I made from a mesquite branch . I wanted to try a natural edge so I needed a small dia. branch and I wanted to try out my new undercut tool to cut the underside. The last pic is of the refrigerator magnet mushroom. I did all the finishing off the lathe and found that...
  12. Parquet Oak Ply Floor

    This is my kitchen floor project, I have used a red oak plywood with a very thick oak veneer. Originally these were 4'x8' sheets of material that were destined for the scrap pile at the company where I work. I retrieved them and cut to 22" squares. We then individually stained and let dry...
  13. Master Bedroom Remodel

    More pictures below… The first two pics are the before, and the rest are over the duration of the project. These pictures are about 3 years old, I found them on my old computer the other night. This was my first attempt at remodeling something on the house I bought about 4.5 years ago. About...
  14. Walnut Flooring

    This is 1/4 sawn walnut, 1/2" flooring we finished up last week. It's 10' planks, random widths ( 3" to 9" ) and we sprayed poly on all six side's before the install…This is one of the hardest projects I've ever done, wood flooring looks so simple to make but the volume of production runs is...
  15. Nautilus Shell using Blue Pine

    I was talking to a friend of mine while he was hacking apart some pallets to use as firewood when I saw this piece of blue pine with almost perfect parallel grains and no knots in it. I asked him to save it for me - I'm glad he did! This is my 2nd attempt at making this kind of shell using a...
  16. Master-at-Arms Coin Display

    A gentleman approached me at a craft show and asked if I could do a custom coin display for a friend. He brought me the coins and I inset them into a piece of walnut flooring I got from an elderly woodworker who was closing his shop. I've never done a custom coin shape other than round so I did...
  17. Clock

    This clock made out of juharfa from Hungary.
  18. End Table

    The top pattern of this table was made using oak flooring. It turned out to be harder than I originally thought it would be. The flooring was tongue and groove and the side with the groove turned out not to be straight; rather it had a slight curve that matched up with the tongue side. This...
  19. Reclaimed Wood Flooring

    We installed this reclaimed skip planed hemlock flooring in this NJ home throughout the kitchen, dining room, and office spaces.
  20. Red & White Oak Herringbone

    Here is a sample of our reclaimed, tongue & grooved Herringbone flooring made of red and white oak that we are currently installing in a NJ home.
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