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  1. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi All, I'm new here but looking for some advice. I have the opportunity to get a 94' powermatic 72a with a 5hp single phase motor in great condition for FREE. I currently have a 99' Delta Unisaw right tilt with a 3hp motor. I would be selling the Uni and using the cash to get new blades and...
  2. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi all –My former shop was equipped Delta stationary equipment I had bought over about 25 years – it was great but went with the house sale. So now I am getting ready to purchase equipment for a new shop and hoping to upgrade a bit – I am struggling with what to do on a couple of pieces of...
  3. cherry and maple end tables

    i was planing some maple for another project and came across 1 board that was mineral stained that i really like. i saved it and built these 2 end tables to showcase it. i think it will stand out even more as the cherry ages. i didn't have any 2" cherry at the time, so the legs are a...
  4. PM66 restore

    I bought a Powermatic 66 at an online auction web site. I paid $350 plus $135 processing. After rental of a truck I drove 158 miles to York PA to pick up the saw. Upon my arrival back, I set up the mobile base, slid the saw onto the lift and moved it into the shop. My friend, Camron & I pulled...
  5. My second knife with an unexpected stain for the wood

    This is my second knife. I made it mainly only to practice different technigues and see how the design works in real life. The knife turned out much better looking tahn expected and it fit my hand relly well. This was a budget build and I'm only using some scrap materials (pine and unknown...
  6. This years high volume lower profit boards

    These are my less expensive boards for my first show in August. I usually make about 35 - 40 total in 7 different styles for each show and generally sell all but a handful for $25 - $40 each. Where I make my money is they are made entirely from scraps and shorts. I'll run the both sides through...
  7. 17th Century Joint Stool

    I was inspired on a trip to Plymouth, MA when we visited Plymouth Plantation, a 17th century re-creation of the original settlement. Everything that exists here is done in the style of the late 1600's using tools and craftsmanship of the period. Peter Follansbee is the joyner in the community...
  8. Cherry Bed

    Here's ours sons bed…this was a challange since we had no plans, we just went off the dimensions of the mattress. We picked up some cherry from a guy here in town (Inverness, Florida) and we bought all the fiqured Cherry that he had. We used some Tigerwood on the Headboard when we rean out of...
  9. Music stand

    I made this music stand for my son. Most of it came out of my scrap box, the little parts. The frame is .
  10. Canoe chair

    Canoe chair made from ash. Hand cut dovetails.
  11. Shallow Bowl in Termite Spalted Pine

    This is my second large turning, approximately 18 inches by 4 inches. This was from the second of two trunk sections of a pine tree. The damage from the termites living in the wood is more evident, as is the spalting. I have identified the 4 types of spalting in this single piece of wood...
  12. maple platter

    This is a maple platter that I turned as part of a production run. The platter is 11" in diameter. Between the raised rings on the top I did chatter work with my homemade chatter tool. I didn't manage to get a photo of the platter bottom, but there was chatter work there as well. I wiped the...
  13. Maple Fishing Lure

    This is a first experiment with lures. it is made out of Sugar maple and has a high gloss CA glue finish, a friend of mine who is a better fisherman than I, is going to give it a dip and see if it catches anything.
  14. Antique Gun Display

    This is new take on what was probably many of our very first projects in industrial arts class back in 7th grade. A lady had contacted me to build a gun rack for her husbands antique guns a few weeks back as a Christmas present. Not wanting to to make a traditional gun rack, I pondered for a...
  15. Screwdrivers and Marking Tools

    As the title of the post suggests, the latest swap was screwdrivers and marking tools. Since I don't have a lathe to make handles for the obvious entries, I decided to make a trifold bit index that I came across in the Woodsmith plans. It holds both drill bits and the various driver bits. It...
  16. Champagne Table

    My wife and I are celebrating our 50 years of marriage on June 7. We have a modest party planned of about 70 or 80 people. Discussions with the party planner suggested that we didn't have appropriate facilities for serving wine and drinks, so I cleverly said I could build a champagne table...
  17. Hybrid Project of Woodturning and Woodburning

    My nephew was visiting earlier this year, and wanted to participate in a woodworking project for my YouTube channel. Not really knowing what to expect, I presented him with a piece of green cherry wood, and asked how he would make a bowl out of it. This bowl is the result of that query. You...
  18. Black Walnut countertops

    Well after getting a little bit of work done on the project between work and fishing I finally got it all finished. Looks pretty good with the new back splash. Wife likes it…whew.
  19. TS Miter Sled

    This is a miter sled that I built because I was sick and tired of cutting miters that had gaps. As you can see now, no gaps in this new miter. I build frames for posters, so I had to make it pretty large. Each fence is two feet long with a T-slot that I routed in the face. For longer boards...
  20. For the Birds

    For Rent: Seven new units in the area's hottest new bird condo development. Immediate possession. Plenty of bugs, lake near by, new landscaping, and no cats. I actually have to say a special thanks to Lumber Jock PD's for this project. He has a very nice one with grape vine and cedar trim...
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