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  1. Rommel's Fuel Dump Display Case w/secret compartments

    This is a wall hanging display case for a Diorama I built called Rommel's Fuel Dump. I build these things and because I have them in my shop/office, I have to cover them to keep dust from destroying them. I also just dig old museum display cabinets. I started with the idea of a wall hanging...
  2. Winter clock

    Cut with a delta scroll saw. I used birch ply, walnut and big leaf figured maple. Back lit with led lights.
  3. Hidden bandsaw box

    I think i've done the perfect gift for people who loves angel in different variations. When you see it, you'll maybe think what the hell is this? When you lift up the body, then you'll see the hidden bandsawbox. It's made of spruce wood and about 8" tall and about 5" wide.
  4. Lockable chest bank

    Lockable chest bank with LED lighting and wood band inlay. Base is pine, name plate is oak and beech inlay bands.
  5. Maple bowl and some inlace inlay

    DId this on the lathe, used a paring tool to make the hollows for the inlace, put it the inlace then finish turning the inside of the bowl and top. I do all the outside shape first before I hollow it out.
  6. Darth Vader Lamps

    Made from pine boards used in TaeKwonDo Board Breaking Clinic. Red LED light strips inside. Back attached with velcro to avoid drilling/screwing into soft/thin border.
  7. Wall Hanging Display Box - Aston Martin Grill

    This was a custom job made to display a set of Aston Martin DB9 grills and logo badges. One is made from ash and finished in black using Solar Lux Jet Black dye and Old Masters Spanish Oak stain, top coated with several coats of General Finishes Arm-A-Seal satin. The second box is made of walnut...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    I have a desire to make a table that uses 1 1/2" lumber laminated with 1/2" glass cut in 1 1/2" strips such that the glass panel in parallel to the lumber and the 1/2" width of the glass is seen from the top of the table. I have the tools to drill the glass so that the glass can be bolted...
  9. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    Saw a similar thread today on general workshop lighting - but I want to focus here on LED LIGHTING for the workshop. Like some of you, I am planning to upgrade my workshop lighting. I'm using incandescent bulbs currently (was a fast setup initially) and have decided to bypass florescent lighting...
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