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1. ### Golden ratio cutting board

Just another cutting board to add to this site, because there aren't enough on here yet. /s Another gift for my bosses for whom I made the 'washrooms' sign last year. First try at a cutting board. It's birch and padauk, and I wanted the finished dimensions to equal the golden ratio. It's 11...
2. ### Fibonacci gauge

After wrapping up the spring swap, my workbench was a mess, and one of the things in the way was a box of shorts I had received from EarlS. Rather than actually clean anything, I decided to dig through that box and see what I could find. There were a bunch of smaller strips of wood that were...

4. ### bench top cam clamps

I wrote a note about spiral shapes in woodworking. It includes information for making bench top cam clamps. The note is posted on my website as item #7 on Spirals In Woodworking
5. ### Phi Gauge

This project was inspired by a video by Steve Ramsey from Woodworking for Mere Mortals (incidentally, you should definitely take a look at his website if you haven't). Anyway, it's a gauge to determine the Golden Ratio of an object. The ratio (1:1.618) is considered to be perfect natural beauty...
6. ### Proportional Dividers - Golden Section and Generalized

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Phi (Golden Ratio) Rule (Ruler, Scale, etc.) Hi, I've been intrigued with the Golden Ratio (Golden Rectangle, Golden Section, Golden Mean etc.) for some time, and I'm getting ready to make a set of Golden Ratio (or Fibonacci) Dividers to assist in design and layout of some projects I'm...
7. ### For Fun projects

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Golden Ratio Gauge. So, I haven't told you all this yet, but I'm a huge fan of Steve Ramsey at Woodworking for Mere Mortals. I was watching one of his videos and I noticed he made a Golden Ratio (or Phi) Gauge. This gauge is used to determine the proportions of an object so that it matches the...
8. ### Fibonacci At Any Scale

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Fibonacci At Any Scale I thought it was about time I made myself a 'Fibonacci Gauge' and like most of us would I looked up on how everyone else did it. There were some great efforts made by fellow Jocks on the subject; David made a good crack at it http://lumberjocks.com/David/blog/1639 so did...
9. ### Golden Mean, Golden ratio in constructing items.

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Golden Mean, Golden ratio in constructing items. The golden Mean or Golden Ratio is a number that people use when making items, buildings and furniture, They are determined a couple of different ways. The number is used to determine proportions between pieces of the item being constructed...
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