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  1. Martial Arts Sword Holder

    This is a custom request. He wanted a sword holder for his martial arts practice swords, but he wanted it different than the typical sword holder found online. The ones online have holders made from a single plank with a "S" type cut outs to hold the swords. In mine I used 45 degree...
  2. Karate Belt Rack

    Had inspiration to build a martial arts belt rack after seeing this one http://lumberjocks.com/projects/5369 posted. I build several for some very deserving families at my TaeKwonDo school in Wisconsin. I used reclaimed barn boards for as much as I could as that is what I like to do. :)...
  3. Martial arts rack

    Simple belt rack, weapons rack I made of pine with some wood burning.
  4. Tae Kwon Do Belt Display

    Made this for my grand-nephew who is on his 6th belt in tae kwon do. The display rack-which is where he will display his previous belts attained-is made of tiger maple and measures 21" x 12" x 2 1/2" and finished with Howards wax. The nameplate is copper with his name etched and inked in...
  5. Mook Yan Jong (wing chun wooden dummy)

    Made a beautiful Mook Yan Jong. Proud of it. It is also know as the wing chun wooden dummy. Most known from Bruce Lee and Ip Man. My son and I did all the work from scratch. Has a hand-rubbed oil finish and wax. This is not a stacked Mook like others. I use a special laminating process I came...
  6. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I'm building a Belt Display for my Martial Arts / Krav Maga belts. Photos below. I'd like to turn the top into a small safe. I have 2 questions: 1) Wooden background - Suggestions on what wood background to use for the Krav Maga Gate. I was playing with craft bamboo sticks but I'm not sure I...
  7. Blogs
    Rough shaping - Mortises, tenons, bandsaw profiles A katanakake is an elegant way to display Japanese swords. Like much of the aesthetic that descends from feudal-era Japan, it can be purely functional or highly decorative, but form always follows function. The Edo period of Japan saw the...
  8. Blogs
    Belt Rack Beginnings and Design A friend of mine studied Tae Kwon Do when he was younger and graduated up to Junior Black-belt. Now he has a bunch of colored belts and I decided to build him a rack where he can display them. I searched the internet for ideas and even got a few good ideas...
  9. Blogs
    New Post on the Little Good Pieces Blog: Wing Chun Dummy - Making the Frame, Part 2 There's a new post on the Little Good Pieces Blog: "Wing Chun Dummy - Making the Frame, Part 2". I correct some joinery errors and glue up the frame. Check it out...
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    New Post on the Little Good Pieces Blog: Wing Chun Dummy - Final Assembly There's a new post on the Little Good Pieces Blog: "Wing Chun Dummy - Final Assembly". I finally put all the pieces together to create a functional training partner. Check it out...
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    New "Little Good Pieces" blog post - "Wing Chun Dummy - Prepping the Stand Stock" There's a new post available on the Little Good Pieces blog: "Wing Chun Dummy - Prepping the Stand Stock". This is the first in a series of articles following my building of a Wing Chun-style practice dummy from...
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    New "Little Good Pieces" blog post - "Wing Chun Dummy - Body in the Rough" There's a new post on the Little Good Pieces blog - "Wing Chun Dummy - Body in the Rough". I've found material for the body of the dummy and have begun roughing. Check it out...
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    New "Little Good Pieces" blog post - "Wing Chun Dummy - Arms Race" There's a new post available on the Little Good Pieces Blog - "Wing Chun Dummy - Arms Race". In this episode, we change approach to making the arms, make the stock, and turn them. Check it out...
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    New "Little Good Pieces" blog post - "Wing Chun Dummy - Square Pegs" There's a new post on the Little Good Pieces blog: "Wing Chun Dummy - Square Pegs". This episode details how I put the 11" long square tenons on the back end of the tapered wooden arms by hand. Check it out...
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    New Post on the Little Good Pieces blog: "Wing Chun Dummy - Square Holes" There's a new post available on the Little Good Pieces blog: "Wing Chun Dummy - Square Holes". I fill in defects in the dummy body and finish it. Check it out...
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    New Post on the Little Good Pieces Blog - "Wing Chun Dummy - Triple Wedgie" There's a new post available on the Little Good Pieces blog: "Wing Chun Dummy - Triple Wedgie". I construct the mortise-and-wedge system that holds the arms. Check it out...
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    New Post on the Little Good Pieces Blog: Wing Chun Dummy - Making the Frame, Part 1 There's a new post on the Little Good Pieces Blog: "Wing Chun Dummy - Making the Frame, Part 1". I begin the process of cutting mortise-and-tenon joints on the frame timbers. Check it out...
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