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  1. Mobile Drill Guide Stand

    Mobile Drill Guide Stand. Many times I had the need to drill vertical holes with a drill bit, a forstner bit or a holesaw that the surface did not fit on my drill press. At first I designed a vertical drill guide stand based on dovetail slides, but been able to find a 30cm drawer guide that...
  2. Clamp to join

    I present one of my projects my youtube channel regards
  3. T-SQUARE - CIRCLE SAW AND ROUTER GUIDE

    EDIT: THIS PROJECT WAS EDITED ONLY TO ADD A LINK TO THE DRESSED OUT TABLESAW This project is part of a bundle of projects building some basic shop tools and table saw jigs. The project series concludes with dressing out the table saw. As each project is posted links are added to the items in...
  4. Custom XL Sliding Barn Door

    Here's a massive sliding barn door I recently made for a customer. This thing weighs about 400-500 lbs. and is made of steel, birch plywood, and grey hemlock siding from our lot. It measures 64" wide and 105" tall and slides over into a recess the customer had built into the room. We sprayed the...
  5. Drink Cap on Stairs

    The is a Trex deck with aluminum railings and a drink cap also using Trex decking. The material is spiced rum which is a multi tone board giving a more convincing appearance of wood. The size of this deck is 8'x22'. The highlight of this project that makes it worth sharing is the continuous...
  6. Diamond Honing Strips, Sharpening chisels, router bits, forstner bits

    I purchased from Lee valley/Veritas a couple of packages of what are called Sanding Strips They are made to put PSA abrasive on instead of Popsicle sticks etc. They are 3/4 X 6" and .035" thick. they are spring steel so they will bend if needed. I ordered 2 packages qty10 per package. I...
  7. First project post! Thin strip rip guide.

    Good evening to all of LJ! Since this is my first project post, I thought I better post something I made after seeing it on here and being inspired. I studied all the ones on here I could find and then went to the shop and scrounged around for what materials I had. I wanted to make it look nice...
  8. Honing guide stop

    I've paused work on my tool tote until a few more tools arrive tomorrow. In the meantime, I created a honing guide stop for more consistent sharpening. It was a fun little project. I sawed the sides off a beat up chunk of oak with a ryoba Japanese saw. I really like this saw! My technique has...
  9. Paulk workbench - improved!

    This is my new workbench, based on Ron Paulk's design with the openings in the side for keeping tools and things that otherwise clutter up the top of the bench. I made some changes to fit my requirements - there is a pine frame at the bottom made of two-by-fours. Dimensions are 1.5m...
  10. DIY right-angle guide for Festool track

    I've recently started on a basement reno project and decided to try my hand at some cabinetry. Given that it's mid-winter in NE Ohio, I'm not going to using my garage-bound tablesaw to cut out the parts. Instead, I'll cut everything on the basement floor with the track saw. I don't have an...
  11. DIY parallel guides for Festool track

    As I mentioned in my right-angle guide project, I'm gearing-up to build some basement storage cabinets, and I'm planning to use the track saw heavily for cutting sheet goods to size. Taking inspiration from Mafe's parallel guides, I built a set for myself. Mine are slightly different than his...
  12. Circular Saw Track (chp fstool)

    My poor technique with a single-edged saw guide resulted in many wavy cuts, which led me to develop an improved double-edger. Admittedly, the concept comes from the Festool saw, but for far less $$. Basically, the saw is guided between two rails, and rides on a thin hardboard panel that acts as...
  13. Mantle Clock

    I made this mantle clock out of cherry and mahogany. We used an oil based polyurethane finish. I chose a white piece of glass for the front of the clock as i thought it matched best with the rest of the clock.
  14. Hickory, Wenge and Grandillio?? Wood Ring!

    This is a lamination style wood ring, made out of Hickory, Wenge and Grandillio?? I think?? I bought a piece of wood from woodcraft at a discount, it was warped. I asked the salesman what kind of wood it was and he said Grandillio? So I'm not 100% sure but I took his word for it and it is fun to...
  15. How an impatient noob installs a 6" vise on his bench

    I have needed a vise on my bench for so long. When I say so long I mean forever. When I say forever I mean 8 months, when I started working wood in the first place. My recent attempt at jointing edges without a proper vice (thats some home milled black mulberry btw): This clamping madness...
  16. Handmade Cherry Clock

    About 2 years ago I build my mother a clock. It was made out of oak with a cherry stain on it. (Not this one). (Mine you, I'm 15) I showed my grandmother the clock I built and she just loved it. So of couse she wanted one. My first clock that I built was completely my own design, so on this one...
  17. Cat hunting imaginary creature

    The model was one of our cats attempting to capture an imaginary creature. Just the grainy pattern in a stone I was preparing. Laminated cedar.
  18. Maple and Koa Platters

    Here are some more platters. The first is a Maple Burl high lighted with red dye. It is 17 inches in diameter was a real choice piece of wood. The second is an outstanding piece of Curly Koa from Hawaii. There was a masive void and fracture through the piece so I stabilized it with a dyed...
  19. Auxiliary fences

    I made 2 fences in the 'lower case h' style. The 'h' style lets me use C-clamps with the tall side of the jig and it makes it easier to screw in my random jigs through the tall side. Both are 3/4" birch waxed on the working surfaces. I made the first one for the clamping jig with holes for...
  20. Bentwood Rings

    I started making bentwood rings about 3 years ago… and since then, I've been learning how to improve the technique and the quality of my rings.I'd like to think that I have finally got them to where I want them to be. So, I opened a small etsy shop! here's the first few quality rings I'm proud...
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