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  1. Walnut cheese and cracker board

    Absolutely love this cheese and cracker board! This is being donated to the saint Martha fair on Nov 17 and 18 with the wine caddy that I previously posted. The only thing is the walnut is an expensive wood to work with. Made from solid walnut with hard maple accent stripes and small circle...
  2. Beer paddle

    Here is a different twist on the beer paddle. Christina helped with he design inspiration. This is a beer and peanut paddle. It's a an 11 inch circle but I made it so two sides you can pick up. In one of the photos I took a picture that shows you a routed out handle underneath so you can pick...
  3. smalll tabel

    After a long time I build something smart. I made this as a gift for a friend I used beech for the legs and the rest is all pine. This is my first table I made and there will be more…
  4. Bell stand

    Found an old bell at an auction. Was going to hang it in the shop but too heavy. Decided to make a stand for it. Use scrap 2×4's for the construction. Bolted the bell to the top rail and turn a walnut cap for it. I also turned a mallet to go with it later. The bell weighs in at 47lbs. Don't...
  5. Rosewood Desk Valet

    Keys? Phone? Wallet, Watch? Check Check good to go. Just a rosewood desk valet to keep stuff in. Sanded to 600 with Butchers wax
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  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Basically I'm trying to make zero clearance inserts for my table saw. I don't like the idea of paying $30+ for them when I might want to make 4+ of them and could just put that money towards a tool that will have more use later. Seems like the easy/popular way to cut the insert is to use a band...
  7. Marketplace Classifieds
    I have two(2) NEW but opened bag Leecraft DW-2 ZC inserts. As you can see by the picture they have never been cut but opened to double check they were correct. They retail for $26 each and I will let go of both for $30 Cash Only Fits DeWALT: DW744 & DW745 & DW746 (Stationary Saw), DWE7480...
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I've been away from the tools for a month or so, the girlfriend said "yes" so it's been a month of wedding plans etc. Until yesterday. I had a 12" wide board of maple that needed to be planed. I have a Dewalt DW735 with the Byrd shelix cutterhead. Lovely cutterhead, would never go back...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I recently purchased a 40305H Planer at the Hamilton wood show. I am trying to find a set of carbide replacement inserts for a decent price. They are special 2 sided rectangular size with two bolt holes. It seems only one site is selling them 5 for $35 and they are sold out. I am hoping one...
  10. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I posted a gloat about a freebie score I made on enough plexi and acrylic it made my truck squat a little getting it home ( http://lumberjocks.com/topics/217610#reply-3641802 ). The pieces range from four inches square to sixteen inches square, a few inches long to four feet long, 1/8" wide to...
  11. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Well for all the folks who don't necessarily want beer bottle caps in their boards… This board is not finished just yet… so please do not comment of the way the resin looks at the moment… There are also some other inserts… Have to fill the holes with resin but you get the idea… Different...
  12. Joinery
    I'm building a live edge patio table. First timer with woodworking so learning as I go. I've viewed several YouTubes and read many articles - none provide any detail on the length of the 'insert' I should use to attach my table legs (28" U shaped with 4 holes). Should I use 20mm or 30mm...
  13. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm curious about the Lux 3 helical head for Dewalt 735 planer. Have many people pulled the trigger on this head? In fact has anyone tried the Lux-3? I don't see much about it on the internet except one post on LJ and one vendor who sells it and the inserts. Wondering how they are different...
  14. Designing Woodworking Projects
    How was this created? I wondered if it was similar to how a drunken cutting board was made? Tips appreciated
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi everyone, For the woodturners on this site that have made a couple of game calls using store bought inserts, I was wondering which inserts (reed and other stuff) are the more friendly to use and which ones make the best sounds? Cheers! Fish
  16. Woodworking Skill Share
    My homebrew workbench uses two 32×80 Solid Core Doors for its top. I think I know better than to just drill my 3/4 inch hole into the "door". I've found some 3/4" brass sleeve bearing (with or without shoulder) two (2) inches long. Does anyone have any comment on this idea (pro or con) or...
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