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  1. Had a shop fire a bit ago

    Hello everyone, I haven't been on Lumberjocks for a bit. I had a shop fire last July. Pretty crazy thing to go through. I lost all of the carvings that I had, all of my tools and an amazing collection of figured woods plus a lot of other things. We moved a little shed onto our property and I...
  2. RAS Cabinet and Torsion Box

    Well it is done. I got it all together today and I am very satisfied! Well I need to get the drawers made but that is another small project later down the road. Here is the completed Torsion Box. And here is the RAS Cabinet all put together. Above is a great shot of the new and improved...
  3. Oval Top Box

    This box started out as a quick and fast throw together project and it actually went together pretty well, unlike some of my other boxes. I really like the lid on this one , the shape and it adds a different look to the box. I will be trying more with this shape. It is 9 1/2×5 1/2×4 1/2 and...
  4. Natural Walnut Bench

    This bench is black walnut from two sources. The bench and back are bookmarked pieces I got from a friend and the legs are from a tree on the property. It was harder than I thought to get everything to line up halfway decent. The tools used were a chainsaw (I split the log for the legs by...
  5. Sea shell rocking chair

    This is the sea side rocker for my granddaughter. The back & seat are 3/8 birch plywood painted a shell with a pearl in the center. The arm rest are flip- flops, on the front legs are sea horses and the sides are fish. This took some time because I used loose tenets in the base & legs. The legs...
  6. Inlays on 3 Jewelry Box Lids

    These are the inlays I built on three jewelry box lids. The inlay kits were provided by EZInlays.com. The power tools I used to make the inlays included a plunge router, RO sander, and a Dremel. I also used a fair amount of double sided duct tape for the builds. Nothing better for preparing...
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  7. sofa table

    Reclaimed barn boards, the second picture i thought had worm or nail holes,but after plaining i found it was bird shot. So it adds chaecter and already dulled my blades so it stayed,u can see the b bs if u look close.
  8. Cutting Boards

    Haven't posed in a while. Figured I would share what i've been up to since i have been gone.
  9. Just another one!

    Well over the last week I have taken about 30 min and put together two more wine bottle holders. One is here and the other will be ready this weekend. The one pictured here will also have a matching votive candle holder. The dimensions on this one are 10"x3 1/2"x 3/4". Wood is red oak and purple...
  10. New member here, just introducing myself

    I took a few pictures of some recently completed project, so here they are to serve as my introduction to the group. I've arrived a bit late for the Thorsen table competition, but I love the design so much that I had to have a go at it. I really worked according to the plans here, I just didn't...
  11. Radial Arm Saw Upgrades and Work Station

    Currently in my shop I am limited on my number of larger tools. I have a miter saw that I have been using for all of my cross-cuts and a circular saw for ripping down sheet goods. However, after watching many videos on Youtube of the capabilities of a radial arm saw, and hearing Jay Bates say he...
  12. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I've seen a few posts on Lumberjocks from other who have acquired an old Craftsman belt drive contactor table saw. I recently found one and had been looking for quite awhile. I looked at a couple that were beat to death and not much interested in restoring one. I found one that a guy bought new...
  13. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hello: I'm new to the site. Todd Clippinger told me about this site when we were discussing his shop. I'm planning to build my dream shop and I went to Todd for some advise. By the way, Thanks Todd or all your help! I am hoping to get more input from some of you on what you have learned from...
  14. Woodworking Skill Share
    I'm new to the forum and I'm not 100% sure where to post. I posted pictures of my workshop in process. The pictures are in the workshop section together with some questions regarding layout. I would really appreciate any and all suggestions/comment you would provide. I have found myself...
  15. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi Everyone, I'm finally setting up my shop after many years away from woodworking of any kind. I have most of the base hand tools I'll need, but am lacking any larger power tools. After looking at my needs and immediate projects, I decided that a table saw was probably the best first purchase...
  16. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Hey everyone! Just wanted to stop in and introduce myself. My name is Max and I am currently building my first dedicated woodworking workshop. I used to have a small workshop in which I did alot of small projects, but I'm finally moving into a place with a full unfinished basement in which I...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello Everyone, Let me preface this with the statement, I know I will need both for a complete shop and intend to purchase both in the near future. I work out of a small one stall garage and am torn when it comes to my next tool purchase between a DW735 planer or a mobile dust collection unit...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am getting my hobby shop equipped with tools I need to make furniture. I have the following Router Table x2 Table Saw x2 Chop Saw Hand Planer Band Saw Jointer I am thinking of adding the following. http://boulder.craigslist.org/tls/2336279094.html what do you think? or would this be better...
  19. Focus on the Workspace
    Hi, For the past4 years I've had my woodshop in an old barn with a dirt floor, no insulation, no heat, etc. I live in Indiana. I am planning on moving into another barn on the property that has a concrete floor and I plan to finish the inside including insulation, drywall, ceiling insulation...
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    My dad is interested in funding a wood shop for me and I'm trying to give him an honest price. I'm talking SawStop TS I need a good brand for the following Router Table Bandsaw - this could come later but now would be great. Joiner Planer Drill Press - later belt sander for easy shaping parts...
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