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  1. Table Saw Knee Switch

    The magnetic on/off switch that came on my table saw is so small that it is a safety hazzard to turn it off. The last thing I need while cutting a large sheet of plywood or whatever…..is to divert my attention from the blade to fumble around with the on/off switch…..oops! there goes a finger! I...
  2. A few more canes

    Here are a couple more canes. After I made the one for my mother (posted here), my grandmother and my stepmother both wanted one as well. The one for my stepmom, Paulette, is made with a jatoba shaft, purpleheart and holly transition collar, and curly orchard cherry handle. My dad and stepmom...
  3. Sweet Sixteen Staved Bombe Box

    Box number 23 in my recent box series. This is number 9 in my Adventures into Shape. This box is built from pine, cedar and poplar. It is the 2nd build with 16 mitered and glued staves. It has dowels that secure each stave to the top and bottom rims. This box is shorter and stouter than the...
  4. Blogs
    Introduction I've recently begun to move on with building a traditional wooden yacht tender. Boatbuilding has always been fascinating to me as a type of woodworking and I'd like a new boat for next year. This is mostly a learn as I go project. I'd like to connect with others that are interested...
  5. Blogs
    Getting Started Hi Everyone, I am starting this blog series to document the process of building Sunshine, a 10'6" wooden yacht tender. She was originally designed for rowing, but I am building the sailing version. I purchased plans quite a while ago from Duct Trap Woodworking and am...
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