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  1. Out feed / assembly table

    I have needed a out feed for my table saw for some time now. I also needed a assembly table but I am limited to the amount of space that I have in my shop. I also move around a lot so I had to build it to be able to be taken apart for ease of move. I spent some time looking for a bench that...
  2. Entry bench with walnut top

    A few months ago we had a toilet overflow issue that took out part of the ceiling of our entryway. My wife decided that this would be the perfect opportunity to tear out the ugly closet that is there and redo the whole entryway. Currently it's still being cleaned of paint and being finished, but...
  3. Walk in closet

    Build it for a friend that had only a shelf and a hanging rod in it.
  4. Learning Tower/ Helper Stool

    Graft21 posted a project of a helper stool. The idea hit me that I had a granddaughter who really would like one .I talked to my son and DIL about it found where they wanted to store it , took some measurements came home got online, then got on Sketchup, made a drawing with some dimensions and...
  5. Small Reclaimed Wood Chest

    Small Chest made from reclaimed Swedish pine wood frame 35×35mm thickness and 5mm plywood stripes in a rustic look. Dimensions are 445X240X320 mm
  6. Toy Refrigerator

    This is for my grandsons, ages 2 and 5, to add to their existing range and sink unit. It was modeled after a commercial toy and built entirely from shop remnants and old hinges from our former kitchen cabinets. In retrospect, I should have made the front and rear panels taller to hide the...
  7. How to make a 3-D puzzle, The head of a deer

    Hello friends. I present to you my new project. This is a 3-D puzzle. To make it I used plywood 4mm and for medallen an olive tree
  8. Computer Desk and Table, via Pocket Holes and Plywood

    My small desk just didn't give me enough space to draw, edit videos, or play video games comfortably. So I decided it's time for a new one! I considered buying a computer desk, but couldn't find quite what I wanted, so I decided to make one. One that would have room for all my hobbies and be...
  9. New & Improved Router Cabinet w/ Kreg Router Table and Fence

    Well I have finally finished this project and I have to say it looks awesome . I created a blog detailing this project and you can find the blog here I was waiting on the Kreg precision router table and fence And they are awesome, I love the way they mimicked a table saw fence in that it is...
  10. Restoration of the desk

    Hello. Today I want to share my new project. The customer asked me to restore the table. That's what I finally got.
  11. Sink Unit - Finished at last!

    Two years in the thinking. Two months in the design. Two weeks in the making. At last - it's finished. One's view of this piece depends on whether you're a "Glass half full" or "Glass half empty" kind of person. Me, I'm a "Put it in a smaller glass" sort of person. Glass half full I'd intended...
  12. Headboard

    I made this headboard out of pine and birch ply. I added LED strip lighting to the underside of the top for reading in bed purposes. From start to finish it took me eight weekends. The face-frame is joined together with biscuits, and then glued onto the plywood backing. This is then pocket-hole...
  13. Feeding station

    We recently rescued/adopted a yellow lab about five years old to join our other pooch (1/2 golden / 1/2 lab). We therefore needed to have a new feeding station for the two of them. Taking some scraps I threw this together one Sunday. The fun part was making a small trammel for the router to...
  14. Square and tool holder

    For this project, my inspiration came from another lumberjock project I saw in passing, but I have not been able to find again. I have some delicate incra rules that will become ruined if I did not fix the situation regarding about how I store them in my garage… Therefore, after I saw the...
  15. Router Cabinet

    I have been working on my workshop bucket list and it was time to build a wall mounted cabinet for my growing router bit and accessories collection… I will be upgrading my router cabinet in the new year but right now I am working on trying to centralize all my tools into there respective homes...
  16. Small shelf or???

    Well I been kinda busy cleaning up the old vise I recently recieved from a friend, but in the midst of this I was also working on a small storage shelf for possibly drill bits? or something!!. The main problem is I always tend to wander around in circles when I get free time in the shop and...
  17. Display Stand

    Customer wanted stability and portability. From carrying case to finished assembly takes 4 minutes. Pic #6 shows happy customer. So happy that he ordered another one of these AND 3 other types. Maybe I'll post the others after they're built. I understand all these displays will be at the...
  18. drum shrine

    ok, it would be much cooler if i made all of the drums, but i didn't. But instead of putting all these drums, tucked away in the corner on the floor, i thought of utilizing the space of the corner, top to bottom. i didn't want any boring ordinary shelves, either, so i came up with this idea...
  19. Stand for photo

    Hello friends. I present to you my new project
  20. cart for the air compressor

    Decided to make a cart for the lil' air compressor. I used a hose reel that was never used on the house for the new air hose I bought to replace the one that came with the compressor. I added hangars for some accessories. It has wheels and is the same height as my table saw and my out feed table...
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