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  1. Projects MAGNET PLATES REPRO

    45 x 55 x 6 mm MDF plates, as painting base to be selled as magnetic plates. I simply cut large 6 mm MDF board to 45mm slats on tablesaw, than cut them to 55mm on mitersaw. 4th photo is finished product made by customer (example).
  2. Computer Desk/Table

    I little fine tuning left, but for all practical purposes its finally done… Made entirely of MDF (she wanted it painted to match the woodwork)..what was I to do? Opppsss…the desk top is made from a peice of 1/2" Corion Does this count as a woodworking project? On to something else I guess.
  3. Nautical Style Submarine Door

    This is a submarine door all made from recycled lumber. It is grafted into a standard door which is the door to my office at work. I made this all at home in my shop and installed it into my existing office door at work on the weekend. It has been up for almost a year and people still stop to...
  4. Adirondack Chair No glue or fasteners!

    This is an Adirondack style chair which is assembled using no metal fasteners or glue. The one in the photo is constructed using MDF and cut on my CNC at about 2/3 scale which is the perfect size for a child. The last two pieces that go in look like little keys under the seat. Once those go in...
  5. Toy Refrigerator

    This is for my grandsons, ages 2 and 5, to add to their existing range and sink unit. It was modeled after a commercial toy and built entirely from shop remnants and old hinges from our former kitchen cabinets. In retrospect, I should have made the front and rear panels taller to hide the...
  6. A (very) poor man's temporary "sawhorse workbench"

    One never seems to have enough tools to build the tools that build the tools etc… The workbench is no exception. Infact not having one is a pain in the behind. So far I've done most of my work on rickety constructions. But I've just finished a small afternoon project that makes building a...
  7. Mother's Day Collage Frame

    Frame for the wife this mother's day. Made with MDF for the word area and packer. Poplar for the frame stained black. All she needs to do is add the pictures. It will fit 5" by 7" (with some trimming) in the largest letters. Took 3 times to get the glass in. First piece I broke, second was too...
  8. Vanity & linen cabinets with matching mirror frame

    These units were part of a gut and redo bathroom project. The cabinet dimensions are exactly the same as the old nasty built-ins I tore out. The client wanted to be able to put everything back into the cabinets in the same orientation as before the renovation. The frame of the mirror is the...
  9. Blue Hot Rod 27 Bucket T

    Another toy car made from MDF. This one is hand brushed with acrylic house paint. I;m trying different combinations of paint trying to see which ones work the best. I added a flow agent to this batch that is suposed to make it flow better and go in smoother. It Did but not near as good as I...
  10. FWW New-fangled Workbench

    Originally published as project in the Nov/Dec 1999 issue of Fine Woodworking, this bench was developed by John White, the shop manager at FWW. It was recently revived when the folks at the magazine put out a video as an update due to several inquiries about the bench over the years. For links...
  11. '32 Ford Sedan Hot Rod Freaky Ford Blue Toy Car

    The second car in the blue series. A 1932 Ford Sedan. I have several sets of these waiting for finishing and and assembly. The idea is to test different finishes and techniques with each set. The car body is made from MDF the rest of the parts are birch. The body paint is Hoe Depot oops paint...
  12. Drill Press Table

    Here is the Drill Press Table that I just finished this weekend. After attempting to utilize the standard table that comes with my very old Craftsman drill press I ended up resorting to just using a drill quite a bit. I knew that wasn't the answer, so I looked up every kind of drill press...
  13. Router Table!

    my router table finally done and here it is. i built it here on my blog and it came out wonderful. its attacked onto the side of my table saw. it is a torsion box design such as the one that David Marks has and at the moment i can not afford an aluminum router plate but i tired to give this all...
  14. Bookcase Built-In

    December 2010 - Poplar/MDF - 138"w X 95"t X 24"d
  15. Toybox

    I built this for my son for his birthday. It is divided into two sections (1 for his toys and 1 for his hotwheels). The section for his cars has a hole in the top covered by a little garage, so when he is done playing he drives his car in and into the box. The city skyline has his initals on one...
  16. FIREPLACE MANTEL

    My son-in-law needed something to dress-up the fireplace in one of his rentals. As you can see from the left side, I was limited on space. He also didn't want to spend to much for materials either. MDF was "pushing" his budget. We came up with this simple design and I fabricated it in my shop...
  17. 32 Deuce Coupe - Toy Car - Hot Rod - Little Deuce Coupe

    Number three in the Freaky Fords Blue Series. The more I look at this color combination the more I like it. I'm partial to blue any way. I think it works well with the flat black wheels. I really wanted to have white walls on these but I could not figure out how to do it and make them look good...
  18. Toy Box

    I worked on this Toy box off and on over 3 months for a charitable donation to help out a single mom. It is made from a highly sought after building material MDF. It was a real struggle to find hinges to support the lid. It weighes around 30 lbs and standard Lee Valley hinges just did not have...
  19. kitchen

    I made this kitchen about 6 years ago. Recently, I added a washing machine. Therefore I had to make some changes. The old doors did not fit anymore. Some doors were missing as well So I made all new doors I used MDF and painted it The handles are rope
  20. Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 32 Ford Sedan - Lavender

    Another in the Hot Rod Freaky Ford series. A lavender and metallic purple paint scheme. The paint is Behr Oops paint form Home Depot I get for $0.50. When ever I'm in the store I walk by the paint department to see what they have. At first I grabbed everything but soon realized that I would wind...
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