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  1. Cherry cigar humidor

    Cherry humidor with maple splines and butcher block finish.I figured the butcher block finish would be acceptable, because it is foodsafe and if the cigars absrobed them there would be no toxicity.Only after making it and giving it as a gift was I informed that a humidor should be preferably...
  2. A carpenter making a birdhouse.How cliche!

    Birdhouse made of construction grade cedar.I was planning to make it entirely without any nails or screws, but gluing up proved difficult and I opted to use brad nails to ease in assembly 1: the top sits in a rebated dado to slide in and out, and is secured in place with a sliding stop...
  3. Rabbeting Block Plane--Left hand, Krenov style

    Frustrated with not having the perfect tool when trying to do some hand tool work on a couple recent projects, I was wanting/needing a plane that could do flush trimming, but on the opposite side of my #78. Looking at purchase options, it was either spending a couple hundred for a new Veritas...
  4. Small Chest of Drawers

    This is a small chest of drawers of 3/4"pine, with 3/8"cedar and 3/4" pine drawers. The drawers are through dovetailed front and back, and have cedar beveled-block handles. The top and base of this piece are rebate joined and nailed through the top (three per side). Supports for the top and...
  5. More Thorsen Pics

    I was not overly fond of the original pictures of my table so I had DW snap a few more. Her eye tends to be a little finer than mine . . . so she keeps telling me. :-)
  6. Small Box - tulipwood, canarywood, bloodwood, mahogany

    This is a small box I made to get some practice making dovetails and grooves with handtools. The sides are quarter inch thick tulipwood. The bottom is a panel made of glued-up quarter inch mahogany. The top is a panel made from some three-eights canarywood with a rebate on the underside. The...
  7. Solid Mahogany Curved Picture Frame

    This was only my second project using hardwoods its a simple curved picture frame i made for my mam. If your wondering the drawing on the inside is a drawing my dad did for my mama when he was in college. http://adamswoodcreation.com
  8. 18th Century Style Wooden Rabbet Plane

    I have new plans for the year. I have for some time now wanted to make wooden planes in an 18th century style. I love how those plans function and are so simple in many ways yet reflect a hight of refinement that can be so appreciated. To think, they could make such objects of functionality from...
  9. Hand Tools
    Hi, all! I'm attending a community college program part-time, after work. I'm a hobbyist who is learning and it's a joy. I also love buying decent tools-but I don't like buying something I don't need. I know you can never have too many tools, but anyway… I'm in line to take a class called...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey guys, I was just lookin through CL and noticed that The craftsman 8-10 in RAS's are constantly being posted. I could get many for less than $100 then get the $100 recall compensation and make some money. But i do have a conscious. I really love old tools and i am always welcoming of an old...
  11. Hand Tools
    I picked up a Stanley no. 68 "spokeshave" on eBay last week. I doubt anybody ever shaved a spoke with one, but it's classed as a spokeshave. Have any of you used one?
  12. Marketplace Classifieds
    Beautiful Record 073 Shoulder Plane with full length iron. I don't think this tool was ever really used. I have been looking forever for one of these and in two weeks I ended up with two. Since I can only use one, I am selling the other one. This is a beautiful tool in near perfect condition. I...
  13. Hand Tools
    Hello all, Please let me know if I should post this in the trade/swap section rather than this. I'm looking for fence and depth stop (screws and threaded rod also) for the 78 I picked up at a flea market. Any alternative to eBay is welcome. Take care!
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I was at Lowes today and learned they are running their occasional 11% rebate, today through March 2. https://www.lowes.com/pdf/11percent.pdf?int_cmp=Home:A:NoDivision:Rebate:FW1_11_Rebate
  15. Hand Tools
    I bought this plane on ebay several months ago and had to buy the fence and the rod separately. I've never been able to get it to cut squarely but it's never been a big enough problem for me to try to solve. But I've got a big for me furniture project coming up that will incorporate several...
  16. Blogs
    Precursor and laminating the body Intro- I've been using a lot of wooden planes recently and have really come to enjoy their lightness and the feel of wood sliding on wood. Obviously there are a ton of vintage woodies out there; however, I quite enjoy making my own versions of them. They are...
  17. Blogs
    Craftsman Rabbet and Fillister Plane No. 619.3730 Hello everyone. I hope you all are doing well. This blog entry is about a Craftsman Rabbet and Fillister Plane. You can watch a demonstration here if you'd like. From what I could find, this plane was made for Craftsman by Sargent and...
  18. Marketplace Classifieds
    I have a box for a Millers Falls No. 85 that came with the plane I just purchased. I have no use for the box as I have no desire for the plane to sit unused on a shelf, so I figured I'd open it up to my fellow LJs. I know the box is rough, but I figured someone might like it for...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So today my brother took me through one of his friends mothers metal working shops, she's cleaning it out so i was hoping to find some knick knacks that maybe id be interested in. Nothing but metal shaving that smell no where close to as good as wood shavings and a ton of goliath machines that i...
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm in the middle of setting up a newly acquired Delta 34-806 3 phase Unisaw. I've purchased a Teco JNEV-203-H1 VFD based upon a post I saw on this forum. As I only have single phase power in my shop, I needed a way to supply 3 phase power. The VFD seems to be the ticket. I believe I...
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