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  1. Site Help and Suggestions
    I haven’t been on for a while & am trying to navigate the new site. A few days ago I saw that someone had posted a question to me regarding a posting I had done in Workshops asking for more info. I can’t find their question again. Is there any (easy) way to search for people who have sent a...
  2. Entertainment Center for 73" TV | Custom

    This is an entertainment center that was completed in February 2010. It was built for a 73" television. The customer gave me free reign on the project. I built is as a "built in" to be built in the shop and assembled on site. I chose Pine wood with a clear coat to match the wall paneling...
  3. Cage 'n' A Cage

    It's not a spoon but I thought I'd add this just for fun. I'd seen ball in a cage pieces many times but I wanted to make something just a little different than the run of the mill whittlin'. Hope you enjoy it.
  4. Born in the USA built in Scotland

    Well after a long hard winter spring has sprung. It also marks the end of my woodworking drought. This is a Shrine that I made for Ani Chonyi and it will go into one of the Eco-Pods on the Holy Isle off the West Coast of Scotland. It is made from American White Oak, hence the title. I went...
  5. New Router Table with dust router, Incra, and JessEm Lift

    The fence is a 17" Incra with the wonder fence. Dust collection is with the Dust Router product which uses a flexible cup around the base of the collet. A T split sends a hose up to the fence, and another inside the case to the flexible cup surrounding the collet. With this combination, I run...
  6. Twisted box

    This box was an experiment with stacking glue-ups in a twisted shape. I like how it turned out!
  7. Cutting Board

    A friend asked me to make a cutting board that had a handle built into the wood, and this was the result. I thought I'd post it, since I haven't seen that many boards with a handle like this. Woods are maple, cherry and purpleheart. Dimensions are 19" x 12" x 1".
  8. DIY Shop Stuff

    Nothin' complex here, guys….just a few of the DIY tools I have around. 1. 37" bar protractor 2. assortment of center finders 3. blind dowel centers case 4. corner spline sled 5. coffee cup dust-keeper-out-of thingy box 6. shooting block same paper size as my pneumatic
  9. Rock-solid plywood bench

    Made this bench from fine woodworking instructions. Followed what they outlined precisely. I did not make any alterations to their instructions / diagrams. Instructions can be found on their site under benches…"rock-solid plywood bench". Was pretty straight forward. Took a bit of time...
  10. Finally, a toolbox, the first of a pair

    Things always take longer to finish than you originally figure…at least for me. I started out this project as a pair of hanging tool cabinets to organize my woodworking hand tools & I cut all the basic parts at the same time as the only differences are the inside compartments, but considering...
  11. bathroom vanity

    A self designed vanity. I designed this for a line of bathroom cabinetry I tried to market. The line did not take off; however, this style has become popular with the nautical crowd. A smaller version of this went into a Russian oligarch's yacht. The windows are actually made with mdf bezels...
  12. Quarter Sawn Black Oak

    This is just one log from a tree I am milling and will get around 2000 bdft of quarter sawn 4/4. It is some real nice material with a light brown color full of tiger stripes. It will take a year for it to air dry before using. I also cut some nice 8/4 live edge slabs for table tops. More...
  13. Cookbook Case

    I made this bookcase for my wife's cookbooks. This was my first foray into loose tenon joinery-it looked simple enough but 54 wooden parts for a 3 shelf bookcase turned out to be anything but simple (at least for me). All in all I think it turned out ok. I used quartersawn red oak for...
  14. Focus on the Workspace
    I have started to hang some OSB on the lower portion of the shop wall and I know this has been discussed in length about painting/staining OSB but i was wondering if anyone has tried any of the DeckOver type paints on OSB. If so were the results better than paint and primer? I have sample...
  15. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hey guys! This is my first post and I'm super excited! I'm planning on taking on a new woodworking project as part of another larger project, and I could use some help/input as it gets into some uncharted waters as far as my woodworking experience goes. The plan: recreating a mid-14th century...
  16. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have this table saw and I am trying to determine the vintage/era, if a manual can be found, and the value today as I am looking to make it a charity donation and wish to give them a realizable value etc for it. Any help would be appreciated. This is my first post and I do hope it's okay and...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hoping someone can help shed some light on a mid-century Delta Milwaukee Rockwell 6" jointer I'm considering buying. NJ 228 stamped beneath the fence and RJ 255 underneath infeed table. Serial # is BE 1181. Any info about year of manufacture, how difficult it is to find replacement blades &...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am a industrial design student at Appalachian State University and I am re-designing the cordless circular saw for a project. Because of your expertise in the subject, I was hoping you would be able to help me by answering a few questions, if you don't mind? Well here it goes… Which is you...
  19. Woodturning
    What is he best way to cut these redwood burls and this old growth redwood root for bowls or hollow forms ?
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