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  1. Wedding Sign - 2016

    Made for a colleague of my wife. Reclaimed fence pickets and letters laser cut from 1/8" plywood at our local FabLab.
  2. Glowing LED Resin River Table with Tutorial

    I made my first table! I've always loved resin river tables, and I've used epoxy resin for art and jewelry but never on this scale before. It turned out stunning.. plenty of imperfections but I still absolutely love it. I used East Coast Resin and a live edge walnut slab. I do electronics...
  3. Small Black Puzzle Box

    Boy and Girls, This is not a duplicate but rather me running out of new derivative names… and this is much, much, slightly bigger. I initially called it simple, however, I have renamed it as Small as it's not simple to solve but heavily made by a simple-ton… While cruising for a bruis…...
  4. Knot Burr Puzzle

    Boys and Girls, As a late viewer of a post, I was inspired by corel125's Wood Puzzle. Asked for the plans and was given this site (you might have to navigate to the Mechanical 3D puzzle plans screen). All relevant plans, documentation, including solutions can be found on the right page...
  5. I Name Thee “Claudalis”.

    Boy and Girls, I was inspired by Santa ClaudeF who sent me the following picture, that got me enthused. Apparently, the puzzle has been claimed by the Poles and the Chinese (of course), however, the Yankee Chicagoans have also made many a voodoo effigies for any potential rival claimants. The...
  6. for your amusement

    Two things to amuse you. The absolute garbage workmanship for what I thought would be a simple frame. There is not a single correct angle in the whole piece. It is even taco'd and not flat. I really need to invest in a a miter saw, trimmer or miter jack if I ever want to do this again. It's...
  7. My Puzzle persistence is Puzzling (Soma more puzzles)

    Boys and Girls, One should never tidy up in the workshop without expecting the unexpected. While cleaning up my scrapbox, I came across this jar of Soma Cube pieces that I cut over 11 years ago before moving to downtown Churchill. With my renewed passion for puzzles, I couldn't resist...
  8. Concentration is the Name of the Game.

    Boy and Girls, Just to confirm that I am a fully-fledged deviant, here is a deviation from my current puzzle fetish that made me game enough to venture into gaming… no, not gambling though you could drop a few shekels my way if you are a generous thrillseeker. I should never have introduced at...
  9. LBD, When you gonna end (these Puzzles)?

    Boys and Girls, If my Popie Julius was still alive, he'd be echoing those words in the throne room of the Cistern (chapel)! Unfortunately, due to the precision required, this project is probably limited to laser users (and CNC users with some manipulation) than conventional woodworking tools...
  10. Plain Router Plane Box

    Boys and Girls, It's nearly as hard accepting being 70 as forgetting about my last 69. Looks like I've developed another growth ring and accompanying that was a selection of Veritas Router Plane blades, I've had the plane. for some months now (it was a Chrissy prezzie) but with the extra...
  11. Cheesy Solution to a Mouse Problem.

    Boy and Girls, Another entry into, or some may say and extract from, the puzzled brain of this LBD. I'll try to keep this short, but not necessarily sweet as it is Swiss and not ricotta! While surfing the internet for another simple to make (not necessarily solve) puzzle, I came across one...
  12. I’m Rota at 3 piece Chess.

    Boy and Girls, Another puzzle project and for your sake upon unanimous requests, I was gonna keep this short and sweet, however, while typing, I left a blue steak on the g'rilla as my timer and it eventually turned black and stunk the hell out of SWMBO's kitchen… so don't expect "sympathy"...
  13. Curved Socket Organizers

    I made some socket organizers to start re-organizing my toolbox. These 1/4" sockets kept falling off the cheap rails and I wanted something a little different, so I made these bad boys. They're laser cut out of 1/4" plywood. It's 3 layers glued together. I'm liking the design so far and I...
  14. A new Scabbard for my JapSaw.

    Boys and Girls, One of my favourite tools is this flush cut JapSaw… While I have another one I bought as part of a Japanese Saw set, My favourite is about ½ the thickness of the other and is therefore much more flexible. AND, for those PC members that object to my reference to "Jap"… I...
  15. Two Boxes to Tap and Die for.

    Boys and Girls, I held out posting this project till I got some pictures of the project box(es) in use. I finally got the pictures a few weeks ago, so I no longer had the excuse of sitting on my rrrs and just making stupid comments to other LJ members' projects and questions. It all began…...
  16. For a Caseful of Pennies.

    Boys and Girls, Another project that can finally be published after receiving some tardy happy-snaps of it in use. Quite a while back, a request was placed by a friend for a set of display boxes for Australian decimal coinage. My design liberties were somewhat constrained by our...
  17. Automata on Display.

    Boys and Girls, I have no Idea what spurred me on to taking up this project's concept, as regrettably, I have never really made toys for children or had the opportunity to do so, as most of the "toys" I get involved with are more so considered big boy's toys... and I'm not referring to tools...
  18. Heirloom Halloween Advent Calendar

    4 years in the making and many prototypes! 13 separate layers of 1/8 Baltic birch- laser cut and etched. 32 tiny doors of 1/8" cherry, 64 metal hinges Installed with 128 tiny rivets! Made as alignment jig and and a press for assembly. Acrylic paint job. I actually finished a project! 3 out of...
  19. window freshen up

    it was an old window. we cleaned it and made a fretwork around it. the fretwork was made from mulberry wood and then laser cut.
  20. laser cut visit card

    made from 3 layers of walnut veneer and laser cut. the middle veneer is cross grained. the problem we had was glue-bleed through veneer and prevented it by thickening the glue with very soft powder of the same color of the wood
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