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  1. Joiner's Mallet

    I made this Maple and Red Oak mallet for a friend a few weeks ago. Today I arrived at my day job and saw him using it!! Man, it is really nice to see your projects used as they were intended. I need to get better at making the handles and fitting the heads but overall for a second attempt...
  2. Japanese style Coat Hanger

    This is actually the first Japanese style piece of furniture we made. Hannes wanted to try to make the torii because he had never before made something like that. So he invented a way how to make the arc with the milling router. This is also the first time we made the Japanese joiners without...
  3. Joiners Mallet

    I saw the mallet video by ThirdCoastCraftsman on YouTube and was inspired by his design. I am unsure what type of wood this is, but I found it in the form of a pallet here in Japan. It's one of the hardest and heaviest woods I've ever worked, as finished it is 3" square T mallet end with 8"...
  4. Joiner's Mallet

    A buddy of mine gave me some Walnut Cut-Offs so I decided to make a Joiner's Mallet. It was intended to be just a basic mallet that I would actually use but the end product seems to nice to beat on things with… so it'll be a wall hanger for now. The outer layers are walnut with a hackberry...
  5. Dad, why are you making a hammer?

    I got tired of using my ugly rubber mallet and decided that I needed one to match the furniture I was building. this is made from black walnut and white oak, both of which came from my family farm and were cut over 60 years ago. I use the standard multiple piece head design with boiled linseed...
  6. Joiner/Carvers mallet

    This is a mallet turned from hard volunteer Lilac, seasoned over the winter and turned this spring. It's a brute of a mallet, heavier then others I have made. This is denser wood with vivid contrasting colors; golden to white and on to stark black. A very striking piece (pun intended ;-D)...
  7. Joiner's Mallet

    This is a traditional joiner's mallet , made with a maple head and a hickory shaft. It took an afternoon in to make. I used the bandsaw to rough out the block and handle, and hand tools for the rest. I had to replace me old oak mallet, as it had split. The old one had the handle fixed in place...
  8. Joiners Mallet

    A joiners mallet I made for my dad for Christmas. He's the one who got me hooked on woodworking when I was just a kid, and he's always there to answer my questions and help me through any project even though he lives 1000 miles away. Knowing him, he probably won't use this mallet but rather put...
  9. Blogs
    Old School bench gets new lease of life I bought this old solid beech school woodwork bench on ebay for £60. ($95) Heres the start of bringing it back to life back view front view top view The kids have knocked nails in to the top and repaetedly sawed into the edges. Nails were punched...
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