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  1. Metal Leg Side Table

    We were asked to do something different with this piece. Typically we work with reclaimed Wood only, but our customer wanted a table with metal legs to match a few other pieces they already had. We had some experience with basic welding and metal working, so we gave it a shot and this what...
  2. Wooden Flask

    Turned Flask with Carving. I etched and formed a copper medallion for the center. The whole was painted with Modern Masters Brass Paint and a blue patina applied.
  3. Mission Style Coffee Table with Tile Inset Top

    This coffee table is one of my favorite projects that I've made. It consists of mahogany, walnut, ash, and ambrosia maple. I'm a fan of contrasting woods, as you can tell. In addition, I wanted to really use it, so I figured that if I could put some tile in it, I wouldn't have to worry about...
  4. NEG (natural edge goblets)

    Hi everyone! I posted the first two of my series of NEG on the elsewhere on this site and it was suggested (thanks Ted) that they might get more views if posted here. So here they are again. I have added an additional shot of each one. These two are Spalted maple with maple stems. I use...
  5. Medieval Cart

    A medieval style cart my team made for a New Orleans Mardi Gras parade. The finished size was about 6 feet high, 4 feet wide, and 10 feet longl. It was made from solid cypress and we did all of the metal work as well.
  6. The Finished Duck Bed

    Usually, after a long and complex project like this one, I'm glad to see it go. You know, time for the next one. This one was different. It's been in the works for about six weeks, involved a lot of old and new skills, and everyone in the shop pitched in … I give Will the credit for the turning...
  7. Firewood Ballistics

    In the summer, I sawed wood for my shop stove. When I went out to grab an armload one morning, a shiny spot caught my eye. Upon close inspection I discovered that it was a spent round from shooting my S/W 357 magnum in the woods. I thought, hey why don't I sand this and see what it looks like...
  8. Wooden/Iron Bench Refurbish

    This is a rehab project. We had an oak and iron bench that we bought from Sam's several years ago. I knew nothing about protecting wood (and, frankly didn't care much) so over time, the bench became dilapidated. I decided to dismantle it, replace the oak with cedar (to match other outdoor...
  9. Blue pearl trivet

    Okay, here's a wild one. Crawling along the bottom of the ocean looking for food, (or a female), I wanted this to resemble a star fish, something nautical like carved dolphins, seahorses, flowing sea grass sculptures would look great on this. I didn't have any of these to set it off so I used a...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Check out this guys work, http://cajunhandplanes.com/
  11. Blogs
    Design I recently took up wood turning as the next step in my wood working addiction, turning has been extremely fun but costly. As I have been turning every log I could get my hand on, I have had a real hard time doing small vases and hollow forms. I have looked into buy some hollow form tools...
  12. Blogs
    Temporary Metal Vise for Woodshop View on YouTube I have a very nice woodworking workbench. My bench is adjustable height, has a built in mobile base, bench dogs, a twin screw vise on one end and a quick acting face vise on the other end. It is a fantastic bench for woodworking, which is...
  13. Blogs
    Creative Friends & Influences: Metal Worker Andy Parent One of the greatest things I enjoy as a professional woodworker and remodeling contractor, are the connections that I have with other artisans and craftsmen. By surrounding myself with other artists, it constantly challenges and expands my...
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I see a great deal of posts from new woodworkers as they agonize about their new tools purchases (haven't we all been there?). There is the concern for resaw height on the bandsaw, the type of jointer and planer to get, the size of the tables, etc. Many of the very silled woodworkers here will...
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    So, as you may have read, I am the proud new owner of a Taiwan knock-off of a 1980s Delta 14" bandsaw (it was free). After some refurbishment and a discussion about tapping screw wholes, I came to the point at which to put a new blade on the sucker and start her up. Well, shucks. The blade is...
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