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  1. Original, spiral staircase cabinet

    Have you ever had a hard time finding a use for that space underneath the steps of a spiral staircase? I have. When we moved into our latest home back in 2009, we didn't know what to do with the centrally placed spiral staircase in the great room. We tried to place the couch up against it or...
  2. Challenge06....a whole bunch of firsts

    Here it is, what I believe to be the worlds first Folding AND rocking Adirondack chair, and the first one built of TREX composite. Built as a project article for Canadian Home Workshop Magazine (Full story/plans will be published in summer 2009), this chair was an engineering nightmare...
  3. Original project idea: Hidden treasure wood pendant and earrings

    I have come across a challenge from a lady in work that I have to turn a branch of tree god knows where she pick it up into something that is appealing and interesting. So, I pinched my daughter's nail polish and after an hour of search in Google for different nail beauty tips. I found this one...
  4. Millie

    A nice little intarsia piece I did last year on commission from a photo provided my Millies owner. All the colors are natural wood with three coats of danish oil to bring out the grains and protect the wood. This one is about 9 inches. Woods used: Pine, poplar, fir, ebony, mahogany...
  5. Bubinga Over Marbilized Concrete

    So one day Mike and I wander into a local lumber yard and as usual we ponder over the various interesting slabs of wood. So began the bubinga project last summer … we blogged it so take an interlude trip into the prequel stories here: http://lumberjocks.com/EricMSaperstein/blog/23767 This...
  6. Chevy Pick-up Bed Enclosure

    long story short.. Last summer I got really busy and started using my truck a lot to work in Brooklyn and the City I needed to secure my tools, and equip. I needed something, anything soon At first I literally threw something together in a couple of hours one night. I welded some square tubing...
  7. Fancy Wood Canes

    Well here are a few of the canes I have made. I am designing and creating as I go, letting the wood "talk" to me. I am taking a more sculptural approach to the handles but foremost they MUST be comfortable and practical to hold and use. I believe function should be in tuned with beauty to...
  8. Wood Farm Tractor for Disply

    I just made this tractor from design to a finished product in just 2 days. This tractor is made from the old design of a John Deere from a Google search. Not sure what the year is. I just google the name and find what inspires me to draw one of these up. It measures 12" x 7" 5". The steering...
  9. The greatest WOODY arcade machine, version 2

    Ok, here it is, the new and improved, and much smaller Super Woody arcade machine. If you take a look at my other arcade project, you will notice that this one is much smaller. A couple years of woodworking and some improved tools helped to reduce the build time on this machine from 2 - 4...
  10. Scrimshaw Art Walking Cane: Floppy Eared Bunny Face, Walnut, Spalted Sycamore, Fancy Barley Twist

    ------------------------------------ This was a commissioned project, and was shipped to Hutchinson, Kansas USA. Sadly, the owner of this walking died this past March, 2009 and I'm not sure where the walking cane ended up going after that. Cane Serial Number: #2008-09 Height: 30.75 inches...
  11. Storm by Glen G.Guarino

    I designed Storm to use wood that I had rescued. As with most of my art I choose to use a clear hand rubbed finish to enhance the natural beauty of the wood. The top is Northern Catalpa and the base is Ash. One day while I was in my working in my studio I heard a chainsaw, so I walked across...
  12. case for iphone 4s

    Protective sleeve for the iphone 4s. I have done these in the past but this is the first for the 4s generation. In previous designs, many times I received feedback that asked 'could it be made thinner?'. This case was built for me, and I don't plan on selling lots of them on Etsy or anything...
  13. Asian Interpretation Mirror

    I did this mirror in Shedua a and Ebony, and accented it with black cord to introduce a second texture.
  14. Asian Interpretation Table

    Asian Interpretation Table is made from a fallen Walnut tree that Glen was able to save from being turned into firewood. The wood was air dried for about five years waiting for the right design. The warm color, the grain of the wood, and the feel of the material was just what he wanted for...
  15. In Tune by Guarino

    I think this is the table that JContract asked me to put up. Glen gave a talk to Central Jersey Woodworkers last April and brought In Tune. In Tune is an exercise in form and negative space. The negative space piece the legs and other part of table Glen framed out by all the elements coming...
  16. Another Day In Paradise

    This is my latest woodcarving project made out of basswood. I have it hanging in my office at work as an inspiration during the day! The palm trees were carved separately out of basswood and glued to the base carving to add dimensionality to the carving.
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey, I just found my original Strong Tool JointMatic that I purchased at a trade show way back in the 1980s in Pasadena, California. I gave an even $1,000.00 for it and it's still in beautiful condition. The problem I'm having is it is compleatly disassembled and there is no manual. It...
  18. Blogs
    The Original Incra Jig while working and designing my router table I noticed that there are no Incra Models on Sketchup 3D Warehouse at all. I do not have any of the LS positioner systems, and would have liked to have a 3D model version to incorporate into my design and see how it would work...
  19. Blogs
    Should I Buy? I found a 1940's Delta Unisaw on ebay for 175 bucks. It is rusted and has a big motor in it. He says it is single phase with 1750 as the rpm. The cast iron on the top is rusted, but could be removed with chemicals, a grinder, or electroalisis. This one has the rare oval motor...
  20. Blogs
    Cupcake Box So, I'm having a bit of woodworking ADD lately while trying to work on holiday gifts. I have a million things to do so of course I'm procrastinating. I decided to attempt making my own pattern and went with a simple cupcake box. I've seen the ones that are round and look like actual...
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