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  1. Not a box Oak icosahedron

    So I have been really wanting to build some geodetic domes to make light pendents and mostly for the heck of it. Now i got a few and cant bring my self to drill them for lights. Pretty easy build 15 equilateral triangles cut on the chop saw. Then I put a 20 degree bevel on the bench sander. It...
  2. Southwest

    My influence for this board was the art of the American Southwest. I gave it to my daughter Rachel as an anniversary gift and she displays it on the hutch. Photo #2 shows the finger recess. The woods used are: Eastern Maple,Cherry,American Sycamore,Peruvian Walnut,Western...
  3. Geometric Shape 'A'

    The science bit This box is a square anti-prism with the following properties. It's top and bottom are 108mm squares, one is rotated 45° to the other, the vertices are joined using eight equilateral triangles. It contains an octagonal liner or tray which can be placed in either half of the box...
  4. Faceted wood pendant

    Faceted wood necklace Material: Stailized bubinga wood Size: 1,49 inch or 38 mm long
  5. Number 16 - Wooden Wall Art

    This is my largest plywood carving to date. The carving consists of 16 carved dome structures. The carving is 14" x 14" and offset mounted into a 16" x 16" x2" black frame to give the impression the carving is floating in the frame. The carving is finished with beeswax and varnish. I did the...
  6. The Obligatory 1st End Grain Cutting Board

    Kudos to the Woodwhisperer! My 1st end grain cutting board made of Purpleheart and Hard Maple. Many more to come.
  7. Project 1: dining table

    Project# 1 (2013) This was my first wood working project. Primarily used bridle joinery for the base. The top came from a neighbors cedar fence she was throwing away.
  8. Talyor, side table

    The top insert is teak off cut from the super yacht Salperton IV, The timber of the main structure, I'm not sure what species it is, were off cuts from friends refurbished deck. The different face colours are the result of the weathering just alternated their orientation. It stands at 440mm...
  9. Trapezoid leg bench

    I've had these antique wooden solid core doors in my garage for some time now. They've been exposed to years of water damage so aren't really salvageable. One day I noticed the outer veneer was peeling off so decided to cut up the door and plane it down. The inside turned out to be really...
  10. Hexagon Cutting Jig

    There are several ways to cut a hexagon out of wood. You could use a table saw with a miter gauge, a band saw, miter saw, and so on. When you want to batch out several hexagons and make them all the exact same, it can get tricky. That's why I decided to build a simple hexagon cutting jig. The...
  11. Mid-century Nightstand with Hexagon pattern drawers

    My goal was to build an original yet timeless nightstand. I had vision of a black carcass with hexagon pattern drawers, and a mid-century style base. I built it entirely out of ash wood, and I love how the grain really pops. In the video tutorial, I walk you through every step of making this...
  12. Checkerboard Box #23

    Checkerboard Box #23 This box is a slight variation on my last Checkerboard Box. This box is slightly larger and made from purpleheart and maple. I had a little trouble when I was gluing the purpleheart and maple cubes so a few are out of alignment, but there is one good size! Roger
  13. Trio of Grueby geometric tiles framed in QSWO Arts and Crafts Style PINWHEEL frames

    Trio of reclaimed Grueby seafoam green geometric tiles framed in quarter sawn white oak Arts and Crafts Style PINWHEEL frames each frame is 22 inches on diagonal. All three frames were made from the same 12×48x 5/4 board. The pinwheel design kind of grew out my imagination on my work bench and...
  14. Joinery
    Ok guys and girls, So I'm semi-new to woodworking and I want to try to make a small side table that utilizes the Sam Maloof joint. My question has to do with the router bits used in the joint; do the round over and rabbet bits simply have to have the same diameter in order to come together...
  15. Blogs
    Geodesic Domes In some discussions both online and back channel(PM), Moment brought up the question of the angles used in building a Geodesic dome from watching this video. With a little research I found that someone had published the lengths and angles for pipes, if you were building a...
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