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  1. Aftermarket blade guard for my tablesaw

    I bought this old saw used and refurbished it. Had no guard, and I can't even figure out a model number or find any spare parts. So the over-arm seems like the only solution. For a light-duty user like me, this unit from PSI seems pretty nifty. It adjusts every direction you can think of, and...
  2. Simple Out Feed Table

    I wanted a simple and lite out feed table that could double as a construction table. I was able to use 1/2 and 3/4 plywood left over from my kitchen cabinet project. I used 1/2 MDF for the top. I will polyurethane the top to protect it from any liquid spills. I used 10-32 flat heads to...
  3. Hickory, Wenge and Grandillio?? Wood Ring!

    This is a lamination style wood ring, made out of Hickory, Wenge and Grandillio?? I think?? I bought a piece of wood from woodcraft at a discount, it was warped. I asked the salesman what kind of wood it was and he said Grandillio? So I'm not 100% sure but I took his word for it and it is fun to...
  4. My first end-grain cutting boards!

    I just finished my first end-grain cutting boards! They are made out of; walnut, purpleheart, lyptus, bloodwood, and maple.
  5. Maple & Cocobolo box, and also my first pen

    I made this box to start out my woodworking for the year. The wood I used is some figured maple and cocobolo. The craziest thing happened when I was working with the cocobolo though! As I planed it, it shifted from a deep red/black to a bright purple/yellow! I was pretty stunned. Reading up on...
  6. Claro Walnut Bowl

    Claro Walnut is one of my favorite woods to turn, when I can get it! This salad bowl is 12-3/4" in diameter and 2-3/4" deep, just right for salsa and chips. I oiled it with Walnut oil and buffed it out by hand. I think it turned out nicely.
  7. End Tables

    My wife had a friend that was using some tv trays as end tables after a divorce. I offered to make the tables for her…partly to be nice and partly to improve my skills on a few things…since I've never built a table, worked with 30 degree angles, etc. The plans for the morrocan table came from...
  8. Slanted Desk

    I've been wanting to build a new desk for a long time and finally got around to it this summer. The piece is made almost entirely out of 3/4" birch ply. The pillars are laminated from three pieces of ply and have an 1/8" maple veneer on the front. All of the joints are made by cutting a 3/4"...
  9. Set of Little Piggy Cutting Boards for Etsy Store

    It's time to come clean and tell y'all that we have an Etsy Store. The most popular item so far seems to be these "little piggy" cutting boards. I'm trying to build up a little inventory, so the store is a little skinny right now, but things are selling. I decided to make and sell these boards...
  10. Music Items

    I made these from left over Maple from my cabinets for the kitchen. I have seen some other excellent examples of music stands on this site.
  11. Hat Making Tool: Foot Tolllikers, Three in White Birch Wood

    SOLD: All of these White Birch Tollikers shown in the photo have been sold. ALL HAT MAKING ITEMS THAT I HAVE IN STOCK ARE LISTED IN MY ETSY.COM ONLINE SHOP, click here to check inventory ------------------------------------------ What does this thing do? Watch this video by California Custom...
  12. Designing Woodworking Projects
    As a furniture and cabinet maker my shop is full of alder,hickory,maple,oak,and poplar. My only problem; not a lot of contrast as far as color goes. I've got a few projects in mind that would require some more unique colors. Were can i buy exotic lumber online. I'd like to be able to order small...
  13. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    Hi, all, I've been looking around the Internet for online places to post my ads, and I came across USfreeAds.com. Have any of you used this site, to either buy or sell? I've never heard of it, but they boast 700,000 members. Are there any other sites you woould recommend? Thanks.
  14. Woodworking Skill Share
    This looks like a great online introduction for beginners. I stumbled across this basic handtool guide on the web: http://issuu.com/lomi/docs/the_art_of_woodworking-hand_tools
  15. Wood & Lumber
    I tried searching the forums but didn't see much regarding the various ready-to-assembly (RTA) cabinet stores online. I'm curious if anyone else has used them and what your experience has been. I'm specifically looking at the ginger maple line from RTACabinetStore.com I'm not expecting them to...
  16. Blogs
    Scary Sharp Method so just like every other woodworker at one point (what's up with the other every other woodworkers is beyond me…) I was researching and learning about ways to sharpen my chisels, planes, and other blade tools in the shop. Since I am the weekend warrior at this point, and I...
  17. Blogs
    Open Call: At Your Service Hi everyone, Marie & I jury online art shows at Crafthaus.com If anyone is interested in submitting this is a link to the call http://crafthaus.ning.com/group/crafthausexhibition/forum/topics/open-call-at-your-service Open Call: At Your Service: ALL ARTISTS...
  18. Blogs
    display pictures i'm wondering how you guys take the great photos of your work with the white backgrounds and such? 'cause i'm wanting to open a website that will sell my turnings but i can't seem to get good professional quality photos. i can't afford expensive cameras and equipment right now...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey Lumberjocks, here is an online survey for a group of Marketing Students at DePaul University. I don't know much about DePaul University, nor where the school is, but I do know that I don't like them since they beat my Kansas State Wildcats in a BIG basketball tourney some years ago (NIT)...
  20. Blogs
    Online Training Good day fellow woodworkers! I have been pondering on the idea of joining an online woodworking teaching platform. I am mostly a evening/night woodworker so despite owning a lot of power tools I tend to favour the hand tool approach (dust and noise are the deal breakers for my...
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