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  1. Guitar stand

    My brother's birthday was a while ago and I thought I will make something instead of buying. He enjoys playing the guitar and one thing I've noticed is that when he puts the guitar down it tends to fall over, especially when his 2 small ones are running around. So I've looked at a few designs...
  2. homemade steady rest

    Some fellow jocks were asking to see this and could'nt find it. So I'm re-posting it for them. Its made from a pair of rollerblades I picked up at a yard sale. Aluminum T channel and bolts that fit the rollerblades. I do have the whole article I got from a magazine, but it would have to be after...
  3. Rubber Band Gun

    A project i found from youtube. Took a couple tries but finally came out with a pretty decent looking revolver. It has a 4 spoke wheel that allows it to shoot 4 rubber bands. If you plan on using it more than showing it on display, I would highly recommend using a very hard wood or even metal...
  4. No title

    The story is created through boredom. Just the beginning. I've made some furniture but the lathe keeps calling me back. I love maple and walnut.
  5. Foot Rest

    Here's my entry for the Wood Joinery Challenge. My wife asked for a foot rest to go under her desk, around the time the Summer Challenge was announced. I thought I could come up with a design that didn't need: glue, nails, screws or mechanical fasteners. It took a little more time, but was a...
  6. Steady Rest For Wood Turners

    I found the plans for this in one of Wood Magazines jigs,fixtures and storage plans. Works like a charm on anything long and inround. If it's out of round, forget it. It's made from 3/4s plywood, rollerblades and T track. If you send me an S.A.S.E. I'll make a copy of the plans for you and send...
  7. Adjustable foot rest

    This is a beefy handmade foot rest, of solid cherry scrap. The sides are connected with connector bolts (allen wrench adjustment) with rubber spacers and washers for compression and grip. It can be adjusted with heavy foot pressure, or locked down with high compression. Stained with a...
  8. Blogs
    3D Printing in the Workshop While this topic doesn't strictly fit into the guidelines of timber product, it does incorporate the processing of said prerequisite, however, to err on the side of veto wizards I decided to blog instead of projecting it. We need to set the mood! Once...
  9. Jigs & Fixtures
    I noticed this in the last email from Woodworkers Journal… ... although I'm not a Turner, I thought y'all would be interested in this! Lathe Steady Rest Looked pretty COOL to me… ... hope y'all like it…
  10. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    Share your tips on starting and maintaining a successful woodworking business (Discussions from the April '09 eMag)
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