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  1. TV Cabinet Widescreen

    This is my first post here on this site. I for years have been collecting tools and not doing projects. I lost my wife this past November and have been builidng projects, namely furniture ever since. This is a long overdue TV cabinet to accomodate a widescreen. Hope you enjoy. It was my...
  2. GRR-Ripper type Pushblock

    GRR-Ripper type Push-block I wanted to rip some really thing strips and I had no pushblock suitable for such cuts. The GRR-Ripper is well known and how good it is, so I thought to try build a similar pushblock that could handle the job. This is my prototype made out of completely scrap pieces...
  3. Sconce project

    I disliked the existing sconce in the stairwell, so…. Saint that I am, I made a new one for my wife for Christmas. What?...Oh Come on, really? None of you have ever done that? Whatever. She's happy, so it's a win-win in my book, and I'll take brownie points wherever, (and however) I can get'em...
  4. Push block

    This was inspired from a couple of lumberjock members Delayne Peck: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/71503 and David Bethune: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/14510 It works great when I remember I have one now. LOL
  5. Push Block with ... sole

    Offered up for your review is a push block I am making for my brother. I first saw a version of this in "Woodsmith eTips", an e-mail I get from Woodsmith Magazine. http://www.woodsmithtips.com/2011/10/20/?utm_source=WoodsmithTips&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=5224 In picture one you will see...
  6. Push Sticks, Push Blocks, and Sanding Blocks

    There are many versions of push blocks and push sticks out there, and some are better than others, safety-wise. So I updated some of my favorites. Check out how and why I use these push blocks and push sticks in my shop to minimize my risk of injury and keep my digits attached. And of course how...
  7. New Favorite Push block

    This push block took a bit longer to complete than I would care to admit for a push block but it was definitely worth it. It is made out of 2 pieces of 3/4" ply laminated together. I got the design from a wood smith article (https://www.woodsmith.com/article/table-saw-push-block/), however...
  8. My favorite push sticks

    I've only taken one shop class in my life (and this was as an adult). They had us cut out a push stick that looks like a rabbit to me, and I've been using it ever since. I was long overdue to make some new push sticks, so I decided to make several designs and figure out which one I like best...
  9. Tiny Push Block

    The smallest push block I have ever created. Made from cell cast acrylic (Chemcast) with a silicone drawer liner glued to the bottom and an acrylic drawer handle welded to the top (using WeldOn/SciGrip #3 solvent). This helps me route super small objects on the router table. NOTE: Clear...
  10. Micro Jig Grr-Ripper (DIY)

    Instead of buying one, I decided to make my own version. I never used one of these before and found it drastically improves the cut on the table saw eliminating burning and stop points from the blade and also improves safety. It's a must-have for the shop!! The only thing you have to get used to...
  11. Urn for Neighbor/Friend

    My Neighbor and friend passed away this week and his wife asked me to build an Urn for his ashes. He was a big time Ancient history buff and loved all things wood, so this is the design she came up with. Made from walnut with a Cherry separator at the bottom of the lid. 10 X 10 X 10 1/2...
  12. Dutch Wooden Clogs (Sabot)

    Please forgive my long absence, y'all. Health and other stuff including a carver's block serious enough to have put me out of commission for quite a while. I hope to be back, but in a somewhat slower pace. Here's what I just finished but I'm unsure as to what to do about adding color(s) to my...
  13. Grr-ripper

    This is my entry for the "Daily Top 3." The funny thing is, while researching the creation of this super-duper fancy push block, all of the other ones people made all made it into the "Daily Top 3." I roughly followed one set of plans, just to get the dimensions, but for the details I just came...
  14. Wow, that's some push block.

    This requires some explanation. Otherwise, it may just be seen as a violation of the lumberjocks' code. Many years ago (I think my children were in elementary school at the time), I found a big wooden plane at a flea market. I think I paid $5 or $10 for it, and even as a novice woodworker I...
  15. SWMBO Jewelry Box

    Hello This will be my first post. I just caught the wooding working bug a couple of years ago. These are some pictures of my first jewelry box, and first real wood working project. I've made some picture frames before this, but those are nothing compared to this jig saw puzzle. The door has...
  16. Sliding thin rip push block

    This is a sliding push block I made to fit on my table saw fence for ripping thin strips and small parts I made it from scrap wood so the price is right I made a quick vid of the build for those who want to see just click the link Http://youtu.be/sFkXTI-A4uo This is a easy build and keeps...
  17. ...more tools...and some real work, too

    My daughter runs a flower shop up here in the wilds of Vermont ( http://www.bluetoadflowers.com/ ) and, besides being "Delivery Dad", I get to help her maintain the store. She has rented the space next to her flower shop to start "The Wedding Co-op", a resource center for brides and grooms (and...
  18. Push Block

    I came up with this push block that is great for holding small and thin parts to be cut on the table saw, works good with larger parts also, and thought that some of you might like to build one or something like it. Was very easy to build. I used scrap 3/4 in. ply for the body, it could have...
  19. Oak Grrr Ripper project

    Decided to have a go at making a grr ripper like push block.
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    UPDATE: CONTEST IS OVER. Thanks for coming by if you did! Hey everyone! I have a giveaway going on over at my site FixThisBuildThat.com. I'm giving away a Grr-Ripper and Grr-Rip Block at the end of the month (6/30/15) to one winner and a Grr-Rip Block to a runner up. You can go check out...
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