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  1. Porter Cable Dovetail Jig Station

    I just bought this dovetail jig from Porter Cable as I have always loved this joint and I cant quite master the hand cut joint yet, in the mean time I thought this jig would help me with various different joints, although this is the basic jig that came with 1 template that can cut half blind...
  2. Cherry Bowl

    This is another bowl that was turned from green cherry. This Bowl measures 3" high X 9". I believe I used a clear Watco finish on this bowl.
  3. Mount a Woodpeck Drill Press table onto Porter Cable Drill Press

    Hi everyone. Thanks for visiting my 1st posted project. I have gained so much knowledge on this board, I figured it was about time to contribute. I recently purchased a Woodpeck Drill press table for my Porter Cable Floor Standing Drill Press. Since the table that comes with the Drill Press...
  4. Air Compressor Cart

    After my HF air compressor broke, I purchased a new Porter Cable C2002 Pancake Compressor from HD. Because everything in my garage is on wheels, I decided to make a little cart for the new compressor. Originally I was simply going to build a dolly for it, but decided the added height and storage...
  5. Custom order for a client in New York

    Large end grain cutting board in Padauk and Peruvian Walnut. Measures 21.5" x 16".
  6. Pen Display Case

    I made this Display/ Sales case to go in our shops showroom. It is brazilian Cherry with zebra wood in-laid miter locks and hand cut through dovetails. The grooved pen holder is red oak. It's about 4×24x10" with a lock that I had to customize to fit the door and a glass front. The light is just...
  7. Hickory Knob to keep Porter-Cable Scroll saw running

    I bought my Porter-Cable scroll saw model PDB370SS back in 2012 and have put quite a few hours on it. A few months ago, I noticed the plastic knob you turn to hold the tilting table in place no longer worked. It was irritating because if you slightly push on the right hand side of the table...
  8. Maple Vase

    I've had this small chunk of maple laying around under the lathe for a couple months and last night I decided to chuch it up and see what "turned" out while listening to Monday night football on the shop radio. Turned out to have some pretty grain under the rought lumber. Finished with tung...
  9. Made from old lath

    Found an old house being remodeled and a pile of lath waiting to go to the landfill. So I asked if I could have a small bundle, and was told "sure take all you want". So I bought some stars, used a small piece of rough sawn cedar. The nail holes in the lath makes it look like bullet holes.
  10. Making a $50 or less Band Saw Fence

    I don't know about you but having a fence on my band saw is one of those must have accessories. I recently got a Porter Cable 14 inch band saw and to be honest I love the saw but was very frustrated that it did not come with a fence from the factory. Yes there are options like the Kreg fence...
  11. Trivets

    I was gathering up some of the smaller pieces of wood to make room for some wood I just purchased when I remembered I need to go ahead and get started making up some of these. These decorative trivets are one of the most requested items for Christmas I have ever made. People like to get them...
  12. Big honkin' salad bowls

    Ambrosia Maple and Cherry salad bowls. I made these many years ago and am delighted they still look wonderful. I really like BIG salads and hate chasing my salad bowl across the table, when trying to spear a tomato or a cucumber. These have big flat bases and some heft. Just how I like them...
  13. Pine and Walnut Inlay Slab Clock

    Had a pine slab laying around that was pretty rough (but free). I've wanted to try to make a clock for a while so figured this was a good opportunity. The inlays are walnut and also serve to stabilize the cracks and checks. I did the inlay work with a shaper origin. The finish is butcher...
  14. My 1st Woodworking Project

    I have been a member of lumberjocks for a little over 2 ½ years now. I have had the honor of seeing so many different projects posted and they have always been an inspiration to me. I have always wanted to try and make something out of wood but had no clue where to begin. Just this week...
  15. Drill Holster

    I wanted someplace to keep the drills handy, yet put away. It's just a box screwed to the wall with individual saddles for each cordless tool, and a triangle with a hole in it for the heat gun and corded drill. I ended up putting a 3.6v cordless drill in there also - funny how tools multiply...
  16. Monster truck!

    I made this for my Son the week after he was born. Went all out on this one, Cocobolo tires, Rosewood fenders and curly Maple cab and box
  17. New Router Table part 2

    Okay, these, are some pictures of the new router table. This post is merely going to be an addendum to the part one to show a few extra pictures. The first picture shows one of two 10 gauge hot rolled steel angles that were made for me for the fence. I had originally planned and ordered a 3"...
  18. New Router Table part 1

    I am almost finished with a router table I have been working on since last weekend. It is made primarily of 1/2" and 3/4" mdf sheet. I laminated two pieces of 3/4" mdf for the top. I then jointed all the edges to clean them up. I routed out the hole for the woodpecker lift plate and then...
  19. Shop-Built Horizontal Router Table

    I wanted to build a horizontal router table, and I found a bunch of different plans with all kinds of vertical adjustment mechanisms, but I wasn't thrilled with any of them. Then I came across a commercial table from MLCS that used a handwheel directly above the router to slide a square router...
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