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  1. My Infill Planes and Kits

    This is my first time posting here, so forgive me if this isn't in the right place. My name is Paul, I started making planes about 3 years ago and after interest from potential customers, I've decided to sell some as well. My website is listed under my profile, so if you're interested in seeing...
  2. New Smoothing Planes

    Hi guys, I haven't posted much lately, it's been busy between work and getting planes done and in the mail. I wanted to show off my newest model, it's similar in size to my Medium Smoother, but a bit longer and wider. With a bed angle of 55 degrees, a tight mouth, and a thick iron, they work...
  3. Beer Storage and Brewing Table

    This was a quick utility project made with plywood and biscuit joints. Pocket screws were also used to increase strength because of the weight that the cabinet will have to hold. Also because of the weight we used edge strips to support and stiffen the middle shelf and top instead of veneer to...
  4. First Bandsaw Box

    Well, after recently completing my homemade bandsaw, it only seemed right to build a bandsaw box. I laminated 2 pieces of soft maple, a piece of oak, and some mahogany into a small block. After pasting on the template I cut it out. After that it was just a lot of sanding, and then a smooth tung...
  5. Copy of 18th Century Chair

    This is a chair that I made in a class at Annapolis Woodworks in Davidsonville, MD. The chair is a copy of a chair from the late 1700's, and was made mostly using techniques, tools, and materials from that era. I learned a lot during the class. For example, I did not know that craftsman from...
  6. Truck/Coin Bank

    I made this truck for one of my grandson's using the free plans available on Rockler's website. The US Post Office door was purchased on eBay from a retailer that restores the doors to near perfection. Because my grandson who is only 4 years old likes mechanical things, I added an exhaust...
  7. Cheap Rabetting jig for router table - Accesorio barato para rebajes en la fresadora de mesa

    Use if you need to make rabbets and not feel like buying a rabbeting bit. You just need a suitable diameter straight bit (pictured is a 3/4'' bit to make a 1/4'' rabbet). Use a C-clamp to set either the accessory, safety first. I hope it helps someone. Greetings. Martin Úsese en caso de...
  8. Plane Till

    This is a plane till I built because I wanted the hand planes closer at hand…and I'd just finished installing a French cleat wall, so why not! It's a combination of maple and birch ply. I used loose tenons as a way to try integrating the two wood types using that method of joinery. A little...
  9. Acrylic Slimline pens #2

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  10. Walnut & Maple Peel

    Simple two fisted handle Peel. Made with Walnut and Maple. 14"X 28 3/4" Mineral oil finish. The handle is 10" L X 1 1/2" W Rounded over with a 1/4" round over bit. I resawed rendom width's of 3/4" walnut in half, glued them up and ran it through the planer. I used my belt sander to shape the...
  11. Electric

    I needed a credenza for my home office, so I made one. This is another one of my design experiments incorporating what I like from Mid century modern, and what appeals to me personally. I came extremely close to chickening out on the paint. I had the glue and clamps all ready to go and skip...
  12. NEG (natural edge goblets)

    Hi everyone! I posted the first two of my series of NEG on the elsewhere on this site and it was suggested (thanks Ted) that they might get more views if posted here. So here they are again. I have added an additional shot of each one. These two are Spalted maple with maple stems. I use...
  13. Mesquite End Grain Cutting Boards

    First attempts at cutting boards. Used mesquite from a local supplier. Finished with salad bowl finish/mineral spirits.
  14. English Style Tool Chest

    I started this project before moving as a way to safely move my hand tool collection. Unfortunately I wasn't able to finish it in time and only had the carcass ready (without a lid) at the time of the move. So I packed everything in it and it sat in a storage container full and unfinished for...
  15. Arts and Craft, Mission Print Frame

    Just another frame! While I was making the two frames for the tiles that I posted the other day, I also made this frame. It is for a silent auction that will be held at a annual fund raising Gala for the Utah Food Bank. Hopefully it will do well. It is Quarter Sawn White Oak with ebonized...
  16. Tool Chest

    Just a tool chest I made from wooden pallets. I made it to put all my tools in and lock so my dad cant lose em when im gone at boot camp.
  17. The "No Hurry" table

    A few of you know that I got married. She mentioned at the reception that my family was coming for dinner on her birthday. I had sold all the furniture we were using at a show the week before, so we had no table for them to eat off of. She had told me "no hurry building us a table". Oh yeah, her...
  18. A Pair of Dovetailed Cherry Boxes

    I made these two boxes during the Christmas building season. I had already finished my shopping, but my kid wanted to make a box for his special lady friend for a Christmas gift. It made sense to me that if I was going to set the shop up to make one box, we should make three for the same...
  19. Pet Keepsake Box

    A little something I was requested to make for my cousin as her pup is getting older and she wanted a small box to keep things in so when she is gone… The box it's self was machined from walnut. The bottom hollowed out and flocked with a Navy blue flocking material. The top just a thin piece...
  20. Norm Marshall Style Aussie Model T Ford Ute

    Norm Marshall Style Aussie Model T Ford Ute After making a Norm Marshall Model T Ford Ute for some people who asked for one, I decided to make one for myself & the grandsons here at home. I have 3 for myself at home; 1 for my "canuck" friend, given another away and 1 I've sold; but I have 3...
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