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  1. Custom pen case

    I made this pen case for someone who wanted it for their boyfriend because he loves pens. The wood is black walnut, the finish is shellac. I used felt for the pen holders, and the pen trays can be easily removed and replaced when necessary. I don't have a picture of this, but it is also...
  2. Better Bookcase

    I got tired of junk furniture that I bought from retail stores that fell apart after several moves and purposes. So I said, "I can build that better and stronger", so I did. Then I looked around and started building everything else that needed replacing. I bought a few wood magazines and a...
  3. Outfeed Table for my tablesaw that is removable and can fold flat for storage

    I needed an outfeed table for my saw but I didn't want to have it permanently attached to the saw. I also didn't want a free standing table that would consume valuable real estate in my shop. This table meets my needs quite nicely. The table is 24" deep and 42" wide. It is made from 3/4"...
  4. Long grain Chaotic Cheese Board...

    Made an Chess Board a while back… never finished it… Did the Cut, Rotate, Glue.… times 3 and here is a Chaotic Cheese Board… Almost forgot… first cut each time is a 3 degree taper...
  5. Bistro Table Part 2

    I know I've posted this table already and yes, I know it's still not complete… but I have to paint it before I deliver it and I want to show what I've done while it's still a natural color! As I've mentioned, I altered the plans from Wood Magazine's Bistro Table for this project. The biggest...
  6. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Ok, the mother-in law has requested a project from me, but I need some help designing it. She wants a cardinal bird feeder. I guess cardinals prefer a flat tray to feed from rather than your usual feeders. She wants to put it under her other feeders which are on a double shephards hook. My...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi, New to Lumberjocks, but serious WW hobbiest. I inheirited my dad's shop, so I am combining his and mine. This is about which tablesaw I should keep, which to sell. I have an older Unisaw (3HP, single phase) with a Jetlock fence (non-Unifence type). I bought the Unisaw from him maybe 30...
  8. Joinery
    I am designing a kitchen table that will seat 6. There will be four legs, one in each corner. To attach the legs to the skirt, there seem to be two general techniques. (1) Permanently attach the legs to the skirt (e.g., mortise and tenon) and attach the top the skirt with clips or another means...
  9. Woodworking Skill Share
    I recently got this 50-60 year old oak office desk for which I have in mind to restore the finish and put it into service. Its a great cool beast of a thing, very heavy and solid feeling. The right hand side has a neat spring loaded mechanism which was used to raise up a typewriter to normal...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Here is a very interesting development! A blade stopping device that can be used with EXISTING table saws! Read that again…! Think about that! Now, That is quite an innovation… I can buy it, if I want to, install it, etc. IF I WANT TO! It's not on the market yet… but, it looks like it's...
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