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  1. Bent Ply Photo Frame

    Bend an odd number of layers of thin bendy ply around a form (including a piece of veneer with marquetry as the front and back layer). Cut the formed piece to shape using a scroll saw. Secure the clear acrylic photo holder with hand made (and threaded) nuts and bolts made on the metal lathe.
  2. Nuts/bolts/screw organizer

    I updated this posting with additional photos. Hopefully this will provide a better idea of how is swings in and out and how it's mounted. Mitch
  3. Workshop Bins

    If you're like me… just a tad OCD - like to have things organized, uniformed, and for crying out loud…. able to find what you are looking for; well I think you'll relate to this post. I wish I had before photos of the mess, but you can imagine. Various shape and size bins, old butter...
  4. Additional Photos of the entry table.

    Here are additional photos of the entry table for the contests. Work still ongoing until final submittal. Please all comments welcome…. I am thick skinned. :)
  5. Cartridge Pens

    Here is a couple of cartridge pens. The first one is black walnut and number two is red cedar. Both are on 30/06 cartridges with a CA finish. Now if I could only take pictures.
  6. Echoes of Heaven

    Well, I've been studying the bible lately and also trying to learn some basic Hebrew, and I thought it would be kind of cool to incorporate some of this in my bowl turning. The Hebrew language and alphabet is an ancient language consisting of 22 constanants and before modern times used know...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Home Center prices for hardware is insane. I've been looking online for a reputable place to order fasteners in bulk (boxes of 50, 100, etc). I found a place called BoltDepot that seems to have anything you could want (except cross dowels). Anyone have any other suggestions?
  8. Hand Tools
    I'm going to restore an old handsaw, but the bolts used in this saw, do not have a slot for a screwdriver. Is there anyone how could help me with what kind of tool, tip I can remove them? I always could make my own slots, but I rather remove them as the came. Any help is appreciated. See the...
  9. Blogs
    Walnut Wood - I just need to know... Does anyone else - when working with black walnut - think it smells delicious? I just want to eat it whenever I'm cutting it. I was recently cutting out a ball blank from a glue-up of walnut, maple, and wenge, the latter two of which don't really have a...
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  10. Blogs
    Intro Greetings Lumberjocks, Two years ago I finally got a space for my own. The basement of MY own house! Later I will explain how the shop has grown, but for now, I will just say, how great it is to have a space to express my creative side. Financial limitations (child support - love and...
  11. Blogs
    Shop Made Trammel Points/Compass Create this shop tool in just a couple hours. Can be used as trammel points or throw a pencil in the hole and make it a compass. Create curves, circles, measurements, make it a story stick. The possibilities are endless.
  12. Blogs
    Rivet Nut...! What...? How...? Where...? Boys and Girls, While window shopping in my local men's shoe shop (tool shop), I came across what looked like a more user friendly pop rivetter. After some dumb questions, I was informed it was a Rivet Nut Setter. Qué…???... I asked the salesman to...
  13. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have been doing a lot of little projects lately and also find myself making all kinds of shop jigs, storage, fixing things for others, and anything else that comes my way. But I've been hit with a problem that I really hate… running to the hardware store for hardware (go figure) way too often...
  14. Jigs & Fixtures
    I don't know, I just ran across this video on youtube of a guy using a diamond blade on his table saw to sharpen his table saw (or circular saw, or scms) blades using a diamond blade. Cracked me up. Thought it might generate some comments. Maybe this has been around the block before and I...
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