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  1. Sawstop and Router Cabinet / Infeed Table / Outfeed Table Project

    Here's my completed SawStop and Router Cabinet. I've added foldaway outfeed and infeed tables for safety and versatility. This is based on an amazing similar table by Tedth66, who graciously provided me continual assistance as I built the project. This is a modification of his design, adding a...
  2. Wands

    My Grandson, Bryan, came to visit for the week and wanted me to make a Harry Potter wand for him. The crooked wand is Crepe Myrtle. The straight wand is an old venetian blind rod. Details of the build with more photos are here.
  3. Grey Fuchsia

    Hi All This is the last of 3 boxes made for Aryma, this one took longer due to my current workload. The vibrant marquetry is set into a grey ripple sycamore background with a birch ply core, The inside and tray is plain sycamore finished with several coats of excellose polish and lined in rich...
  4. Bandsaw Box

    I am making a bandsaw box, it is being made out of cedar wood. My design is pretty simple i left the length that we all got in our woods class (12×3-1/2) and cut it to where I was suppose to for my drawer. I am now staining it a red wood color. I have only to stain my drawer and gloss it all...
  5. Bandsaw Box

    I made this box for my woods class, it's made out of cedar wood. I made a bigger drawer so i could fit more jewelery into it, it's 12×3-1/2. I wanted a darker stain so i used redwood, i think it's a very pretty color. The only thing i have left to do is to gloss my box and then my project is...
  6. My First Hidden Hinge Bandsaw Box, False Bottom with a Twist literally! ya have to click to see

    This is another new design, I hand crafted this box Ladies Jewelry and or gentlemen's box from spalted hackberry, this box offers hidden hinges, ( my first hidden hinge box) a pull out tray and a hidden compartment under the tray which is opened by way of a key, the lift out tray is the key. To...
  7. 17th Century Jacobean Paneled Room

    This was an interesting project that I worked on a few years ago. The first photo is the panels in the original room at Henwood Priory, Warwickshire, England. The next two are the panels installed in an office in Kansas City. They were bought by William Randolph Hearst at some time in the past...
  8. Arts and Crafts Bed Frame

    This is a double sized Arts and Crafts style bed frame I made for my final project at college. This was a great learning experience for me and if I were to go back to the start of the build, there are definitely a few things I'd do differently. But, I'll save that for future projects. The stain...
  9. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi ! I am French so sorry if my English is bad ! :) This is a Tasmanian Eucalyptus Burl slab. I want to create a coffee table like this one : http://www.surfingcowboys.com/woslcowihale.html I find the hairpin legs : http://www.ianmaclean.com/ Now I will sanding with avrasive...
  10. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I just noticed that today is kolwdwrkr's 730th day as a LumberJock (not sure if he knows or remembers, lol!) so…..I couldn't resist saying HAPPY 2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY, KEITH!!! As an active member of the site over these past 2 years, he's shared 96 projects with us, written 81 blogs....many of...
  11. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    I had actually put this in a blog but thought it'd be useful in the forum section as well. I first want to thank and credit all the members here on LumberJocks for your great postings, ideas and suggestions that led me to my success. Here is a list of items I used in this project. HF 2HP dust...
  12. Blogs
    Revamping my Dust Collector ductwork I just put this into this series to tie things together, but it's not in the proper order, so bare with me.. Hi, Today, 6/21/2007, I changed the name on this blog, so members could find it easier. Things sure get haphazard, & messed up when you by a new...
  13. Blogs
    Introduction She never liked me. I knew this. Somehow I needed to talk her into selling me her house. I had tried several times over the last three years to buy it from her. No luck with that. I was tired of the constant traffic that stopped in front of the house. The cars would slowly...
  14. Blogs
    My Second Scrollwork Project Well, the skills are progressing. I'm not sure how long it took me to complete the Treble Clef but today I ventured into more difficult work and decided to make a "dolphin napkin holder". It looked simple enough but was served a purpose. This is good. Down I went...
  15. Blogs
    Resawing Fir The Assignment Make a set of base cabinets to match the original douglas fir cabinets. As seen here. The cabinets are fir but refaced with a soon to be removed laminate. We found the doors being used as shelves in the closets. Bad Wood/ Good Wood My carpenter found a source for...
  16. Blogs
    Planes, Planes, Planes After a long week at work, I decided it was time to start the process of restoring my bench planes. I have been collecting them for a while with the intent of getting a good set of operational hand planes. I am hoping I will get a good set of usable planes at a...
  17. Blogs
    My Table Saw is Finally Alive I'm just getting started in woodworking, so I bought a table saw. I purchased a Delta 10" Contractor's Saw. When I finally got it (4 weeks after the order went to Delta), it was missing a bunch of hardware. I tried to remedy this through Delta, but I was told...
  18. Blogs
    mobile base See project #1 It is a 2×2x3/16 angle iron frame with 4×2 casters. The front curves to match the front of the SawStop. The back extends to support the runout table.
  19. Blogs
    Buffet and Hutch My wife says I can't do anything else before I start on her Kitchen. Well except for her hall table and ??. Of course there is also the Summer Contest. This is going to be a multiple phase project. I need to do something with the floor. We are on a cement slab floor and it is...
  20. Blogs
    Requesting input on my plans... One of the good things about being in the Air Force is that, if you aren't deployed, most of us can expect to get a good amount of time off around the holidays. I'm expecting a little over a week off between Christmas and New Years, so I though I'd better start...
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