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  1. Santa-down-the-chimney Advent Calendar

    Another toy for my daughter's grandchildren - from plans again found at Santa drops down the chimney as Christmas approaches, ending up in the fireplace. The two boys take it in turns pulling out the bricks for each day of Advent. I have a...
  2. Grinder Storage Station

    Made of plywood, SYP drawers and top, and iron on edge banding. Had the paint matched to my lathe at the BORG. Drawers are sliding dovetail. Poly finish on wood. Features: Double locking casters Same height as table saw for stock support Grinder is attached with T-NUTs in the top...
  3. Router Mortising Jig

    Thanks to Obi for the link to the plans. I wanted to make the top of UHMW plastic. My local R supplier only had UHMW in 4" widths so I abandoned that idea. I looked on the internet and could buy a 4' x 8' piece, but I would never use it all, and shipping it could be difficult. I also found a...
  4. Christmas Reindeer

    My daughter from my other projects is home from college for Thanksgiving and helped me make a set of Christmas Reindeer. We used White Oak with Early American stain and finished in Satin. Always love when my Daughter works with me in the wood shop. Happy Holidays to all my fellow wood workers.
  5. Twisted Christmas Tree

    Santa joined me in the shop and we made a wooden Twisted Christmas Tree! It's made from unfinished cedar so it even smells like a Christmas tree. It's not glued together, so it comes apart into 104 pieces for packing or can be used as a puzzle. Below is a Parts List with basic instructions if...
  6. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hello. I am just posting a couple videos I did of my 2'nd and 3'rd bandsaw boxes I EVER made. The video for the resdheart one is in 3 parts and the Zebrawood box is in a single video. A word of caution/warning…. Get your popcorn ready LOL! These are long tutorial/videos. I kinda realize...
  7. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    Clients can get more demanding this time of year. Once I was asked to do new shelves in a utility room, but they had to be done by Christmas. I declined! Here are some thoughts, and I welcome your substantive additions to this list: 1. I know there will be some stress, and that can lead to...
  8. Blogs
    Half-Blind Dovetails on Curved Parts A few folks have asked me what I have been up to lately in the shop, so I decided to post a quick video blog, that I shot yesterday, before I head out for the long weekend. Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving! Here is the video
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have a Jet 14" band saw and it's a workhorse. I've had it about 8 years or so now and this is really the first problem I've had with it. Before now all I've had to do was replace the starter switch and that was within the first six months I had it, so I can say I've gotten my money's worth out...
  10. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Wishing the best to you and your families and might the New Year bring you all the best. Here's a video clip for you… enjoy:
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