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  1. Mission Style End Table

    This is an end table I built as a Christmas present from quartersawn white oak. It is finished with tung oil wiping varnish. This table was one of the first projects I built so I had a very limited selection of tools. This was done using basically just a table saw and a router table. I had...
  2. Family room remodel

    In 1981 I built a family room onto my house. I put in a wood stove to heat the room. At the time I really enjoyed cutting and splitting firewood. However the older I got the less fun it was to cut, split and haul wood every weekend, so about 4 years ago I took out the stove and ran heat out...
  3. Ross Murphy Bed | Custom

    I have named this Murphy bed style The Ross (after the customer I built the first one for). I have built this style a few times, but there are a few changes that I made to this one. Usually the Ross Murphy bed center section just has two large doors and 4 false drawer fronts. The support legs...
  4. Bullock Wall Bed | Murphy Bed

    This is a Murphy Wall Bed that I built for a local customer. It was completed on August 2, 2007. The center is a style that I build often. The Bullock named because it was the customer that I built the first one for. That is the same customer I built the Mahogany Display case for him about...
  5. My first raised door panel door

    When we redid the kitchen we had an old pantry that I made a door for and drawers inside with dovetail joint corners. The drawers can hold about a hundred pounds each. Believe me my wife uses it all. mike
  6. Fifth project. Wedding present for a good friend.

    -Made for good friends (Daragh and Michelle) as a wedding present, made in Switzerland and had to ship to Ireland. Quoted a fortune to ship whole 180cm x 90cm x 60cm. So I finished it in sections and shipped in in three batches, finished the assembly in my mothers sitting room in Dublin...
  7. Oak and Walnut Armoire

    This raised panel oak and walnut armoire is built in two pieces so it can be easily moved in older homes like mine that has narrow halls and low thresholds in the old stair ways. I use the amoire in place of a dresser in one of the spare guest rooms in this "This Old Crack House" because of...
  8. Raised Planter

    Here is a raised planter I built for my neighbor and his little girls. It is a Cedar frame with a OSB bottom and pressure threaded decking on the sides. They have planted peppers for a salsa garden. I built the main frame with Cedar 4×4 and 2×4 dimensional lumber which I mortised and tendon...
  9. Kitchen Cabinets

    Hard Rock Maple, Arched Raised Panels with light Oak Stain, Gloss Lacquer. The Job that put me into the Business. See more pictures here
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi everyone, I'm considering buying some matched rail and stile router bits, and possibly a raised panel bit as well. I have some questions that I haven't been able to satisfactorily answer for myself by browsing online or in the reference books I have. I've been looking, mostly on Ebay, at...
  11. Joinery
    Hi. I need to make 4 rasied panel doors for the base unit for shelves in our new kitchen. I'm looking for a router bit set, (3 piece) to make them witth. the panels we have are 5/8" thick and have a 1" bevel showing. All the sets I have seen are ogee or somthing like that not a bevel, and...
  12. Marketplace Classifieds
    I'm looking to buy a Grr Ripper. I'll pay shipping and handling to Arizona, zip 85335 if necessary. If you have one (or two) and are not using it, I'd be happy to take it off your hands - let me know how much and what (if any) add-ons you have for it. Thanks!! Chad
  13. Woodworking Skill Share
    I made an end grain cutting board the other day out of maple and walnut, sanded it up to 320 grit and then put three coats of mineral oil. After it's first use, I wiped it clean with a wet cloth and now it is very rough. Should I have wiped it with a wet cloth first, raised the grain, then...
  14. Finishing
    So I'm working on a project using Zebra wood and am at the finishing stage. Once i got all my pieces shaped and sanded, I wiped them down with a damp towel. While i was successful in removing all the sawdust, I was ALSO successful at raising the grain. Does anyone have any advice on the best...
  15. Blogs
    In The Beginning I decided to make a hope chest for my wife for our 5 year anniversary since the theme of the anniversary is wood. She told me when we first started dating that she always wanted one. It took awhile to find a design I liked, and it was one from tooldad. He made a solid cedar...
  16. Blogs
    Making Cabinet Doors With The Follow Me Tool Hello everyone! Since I discovered Sketchup several years ago (I have been Skecthing since release 3..pre Google) I have spent a great deal of time watching tutorials and prowling through the forums trying to learn as much about this great software...
  17. Blogs
    The layout I have never used sketchup to really do any project. I, however, wanted this project to go smooth and for it to go smooth, you MUST have a plan. I didn't want to go and just wing it and screw something up. I'm building this for a lady to give to her grand daughter so I wanted it to...
  18. Blogs
    Vape pen stand As an amputee I have intense phantom pain that only a relief vape can stop. If you lay them on their side all the juice pools on the side instead of at the base of the wick. The vape pens themselves have a small, tippy, footprint that easily falls over even if your hand is steady...
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  19. Blogs
    Training Class was held on Raised Panels with Bob (Lance) OK Bob and I got together today to have a training class on Raised Panel construction. See Bob blog on Mortise and Tenon - Help Needed #1 We forgot to take pictures through the process. #2 He forgot half of his wood at home. #3 We...
  20. Blogs
    Make an Inexpensive Raised Garden Bed Stop buying produce from the local store where they spray pesticides on it. Grow your own food. I recently made a raised garden bed, total cost-$35. Link to Video
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