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  1. Adjustable Drawer Bottom Grooving Plane for Summer Swap 2017

    This is an adjustable grooving plane for drawer bottoms or wherever you need a groove. The cutter is 1/4 inch. So it cuts a 1/4 inch groove up to 1/2 inch deep. I made this tool for GR8HUNTER, in the Summer 2017 Surprise tool Swap. It was really fun.
  2. Crib Built from Pallets

    I was short on funds and was about to have a son. I was able to get some big pallets used to ship large generators for cell phone towers. I looked through magazines and catalogs until I decided on this design. I liked the look, but every one I had seen was made so cheap and out of thin wood to...
  3. Recrafting a Maillard, made in Paris, antique Formillon, a hat maker's tool for measuring heads

    Project: re-crafted Maillard Formillon, a hat maker's tool Materials: Brass, Steel, Wood, Cork, Tin Solder, Glue, Wax I included a photo of a past Conformateur restoration project, so that you could see how the two tools work together as a set to measure a person's head, and translate that to...
  4. Shop Made Mallet - Attitude Adjuster

    This is my shop made maple and walnut mallet. I've named it the Attitude Adjuster because it weighs in at about 18-20 ounces of pure ill intent. I didn't have a very good scale, so I may be a it off. Since making this mallet I have used it on nearly every project. I plan to make a smaller...
  5. Long Base Hand Router Plane

    This is my latest Hand Router made from Beech with Oak knobs. The cutter is made from an Allen / Hex key. It gives me the opportunity to have more support when working on the end of a workpiece. I can also position the knobs at various places for comfort. The cutter can be used in both...
  6. My First "Successful" Dovetail

    For the past couple of weeks at school, I have been training for the Skills competition in April. One of the things that will be in the competition project will be dovetails. So I have been practicing them for a while, and they are really fun to build. I will admit this was not my first...
  7. Custom Hunting Skinning Knife Damascus Steel Atypical Deer Antler Elephant Ivory Scrimshaw Artwork

    This Custom Made Antler Handled Damascus Steel Knife was a bit of a challenge for me. The Atypical Antler set had a right handed, mostly normal looking deer antler, while the left side had a mostly straight tall "spike" antler. The customer on this shot the deer in Ohio in 2010, and found me...
  8. Heavy Duty Bar Clamp

    [Legebla ankaŭ en Esperanto] You can never have too many clamps, so I made 2 more for fun. These are based on an old style which i was first introduced to in this video. At first while making these I was thinking they were easier to build than my clamps, but then I realized that it was about...
  9. Inventoryyyy!

    Starting to catalog all my work for my Etsy page and decided to take a big group shot of all my successful endeavors thus far :) If you're interested, my store site is https://www.etsy.com/shop/EvanATX
  10. Cedar Tie Rack

    Pair of matching aromatic cedar tie rack / holder to replace a store-bought one that broke. I cut them out with a shaper origin router. Super easy to use. The tape in the last picture is what the router camera uses to orient itself.
  11. Credenza Salon des Refuses

    This credenza was made out of reclaim wood, red spruce, it was part of a building in Brooklyn that was demolished As part of the NY Week Design, this piece was exhibit in The Salon des Refuses The idea behind the show was using reclaimed wood. Each participant was given an allowance of free...
  12. End tables in time for Christmas

    The wife Rhoda wanted end tables for Christmas (with round corners)...American Walnut with Maple inlays…I just finished these tables, well not really, the other one is still in the paint room drying after a little touch up, but it looks the same as this one. They are 22"x25"x23" with Blum motion...
  13. New Router Fence, Mahogany Veneer

    When I upgraded my table saw last winter, I lost my extension wing router table. It was a handy piece, but had a tiny plastic fence. I replaced it with my Dad's shop built router table but it didn't have a proper fence. He just clamped a straight board with a notch cut in it for a fence. This...
  14. Hat Making Tool: Right-Handed & Left-Handed Foot Tollikers, Hard Rock Maple & Abalone Shell

    This is a Hat Maker's Tool called a Foot Tolliker Materials: Hardrock Maple Wood Poplar Wood Black Walnut Wood Availability: Normall, I build these tools on order, but you can check at Etsy.com by clicking here to see what is in inventory ------------------------------------------...
  15. Homemade 15" Bandsaw

    My first post! Back in September 2011, I bought plans for a 16" bandsaw from Matthias Wandel of woodgears.ca. It took me a little over 9 months to complete this bandsaw, but it was well worth the wait. The frame of this saw is laminated spruce, which, while being very cost effective and...
  16. Cord hiding monitor stand

    Ever since I got a standing desk, my boss has complained about all my cords laying around everywhere. I've got two keyboard cords, two mouse cords, two monitor cords, two monitor power cords, two monitor usb cords, the power cord for the docking station… Basically, cords, cords everywhere! So I...
  17. Walnut and maple dresser

    Finished up this custom designed solid walnut and maple dresser. Half blind dovetails join the case sides, the drawers have through dovetails at the front and rear and sliding dovetails for both the front and rear drawer stretcher to case joinery. It stands about 54" tall, 36" wide and 21" deep...
  18. Handmade plane

    I always though it would be fun to make a wooden plane. I was right. This is my first one, curly maple and walnut. I kinda cheated on the blade/wedge slot. The iron is from another plane (it's backwards, I am making my own 3/4" radius iron too). I will try something harder next time, I was just...
  19. Home made Hand Planes

    Both of these hand planes are made with purple heart and brass. I like making hand planes and thought it would be fun to make a nice set. I did make another one like the one on the left and put it on ebay and it sold. So one other person in the world has a fine hand made tool that was hand...
  20. You can't find this in the store

    Well here it is. My first mallet. The weird thing is that I figured I would have bought one from the store. I'm getting more into hand tools as of the last month and with a set of chisels from Woodriver, I didn't want to hit them with a metal hammer. Went out back to my maple firewood pile and...
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