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  1. Walnut Fireplace Installation

    My wife and I recently decided to replace our c. 1983 style, home developer special, P.O.S. fireplace/mantle/hearth. I worked with a designer here in Cincinnati, Space Expressions, Inc. to come up with a design that complimented the overall style of our home's interior design and furnitue...
  2. small ipe hardwood decking

    Small ipe deck, with some small details for plants and some nice and interesting curves installed on 2" x 6" wide joists with concrete footings
  3. My very first

    I have been woodworking except for my college years, since I was 18 years old and had never made a box joint box. I have seen many shop made and expensive box joint jigs but did not want to spend time to make one or spend money to buy one. So one day I said to myself "self, there must a simpler...
  4. R4511 Extension Part 2

    This is part 2 of my R4511 TS extension. I still have to drill the holes in the front and back angles to mount it and round over the edges but heres my storage concept solution! One problem i tried to solve is when i am using my TS i always have pencils, tape measure, wrenches, etc sitting on...
  5. A simple Sandpaper installation device for Random Orbital Sander

    This is so simple I know that it has to have been done before. It's kind of a pain lining up the holes on a Random Orbital Sander. I just took a 6" square piece of wood, drilled 4, 3/8" holes lined up using a disk and glued in some dowels. The dowels have been rounded at the top. They stick up...
  6. Reclaimed Maple Beam Mantle

    Here's a simple reclaimed mantle we put in a historic home in Phoenix. The customer came to the yard and picked out the beam that we cut this from. You'll see the pictures of how we made a french cleat for it in the shop and installed it in their home. This is my favorite way to float smaller...
  7. Display stand portable

    This is a display rack that I will utilize in displaying some of my nusmismatic items. This rack is totally portable and is very easy to construct and take down. It is held together by rubberbands. The rack shown is not totally finished but due to a time restraint I decided to put it on...
  8. Chunky Pine Coffee Table

    Just signed up so here is my first post. Friend of mine's father owns a farm north of Toronto as he was pulling down the old barn. We went in and rescued a bunch of of old barn board as well as some beat up old 2×10 pine joists (full size 2×10's like the old days) that his father had been...
  9. Arts and Crafts Mantle Clock

    This was one of three clocks made for Christmas presents the spouse daughters. One of walnut (shown), one of red oak, one of ash. Plans from Woodcraft and movement purchased from Schlumbacher in Iowa. Fun project with lots of small parts. Required a jig to be constructed to assemble the...
  10. Pen Press

    With Laney's plans and his video instructions this projects was very simple. Website Blog: http://www.mfwoodshop.com/2015/02/pen-press/ Video Link:
  11. Built-In Cabinet with Counter, Drawers & Bookshelves

    I recently completed a built-in bookcase and cabinet project that I've been working on over the last couple of weeks and I'm so happy with the way it came out. It has a base with nine drawers, a counter I built out of rough sawn maple and a section of bookcases on the top. I built the entire...
  12. Entertainment Center

    First came the TV
  13. Stickmen Sculptures: Reach (2 of 4)

    Reach (wooden installation in my college) 12.5' x 6' x 4.5' *Assemble on site within 6 days with no assistance. My organic sculptures are my inspiration for my furniture. And yes, all woody material I used were just found. This is 2 of 4 sculptures that was part of my thesis for Environmental...
  14. "Omaha" Bandsaw Box

    Bandsaw box made from rosewood and plywood. The inside of the box and drawer is lined with black flocking. Finished with a blend of boiled linseed and varnish creating a super smooth surface. Want to see more pictures? Visit this link: http://drunkenwoodworker.com/projects/omaha-bandsaw-box...
  15. Curly cherry Desk

    I made this desk in curly cherry for a Major. This was a simple and fun project.
  16. Focus on the Workspace
    I purchased this vise from Grizzly some time ago and am just now getting my plans organized to put it to use. It's quite a massive piece of hardware with a 1-3/16" screw and seems quite well constructed. But now I'm wondering about the design and its intended orientation for use. My...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have installed a brand new 1" 3 tpi steel blade on my MM16 bandsaw for the first time ever. Despite spending an inordinate amount of time trying to get proper tracking, the blade significantly skips or "pulses" forward towards me after each revolution in the area of the weld. On each...
  18. Woodworking Skill Share
    So I've been installing drawer slides in a dresser I'm building. They are recessed so that the fronts will be flush mounted to the face frame. 2 of the drawers are perfect. However 2 of them it appears the left had side is not fully closing. It seems they bounce back. The drawer slides are...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I recently purchased a 50" Accusquare Fence. The front guide is 70". The table top is 20". I have two 12" cast iron extensions, one on each side. I also have the two original 10" sheet metal extensions. The questions that arise are: "Should I put both 10" extensions on one side or one on...
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