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  1. Newton’s Gravity Defying Puzzle

    This puzzle was dropped off on my desk last week. The "rocket" is placed in the cup. You must remove it without dumping it out or using tools (paper clips, tape, etc.). The problem is that there is no place to grab the rocket. How do you get it out? See video at the end if you can't figure it...
  2. Flash Gordon Rocket ship

    Made for Summer's 2×4 contest. Fins dyed with shopmade dye. edit; added a couple better pics. Here is the submission video if you haven't seen my blog post.
  3. Rocket Bombe Ring Box

    Box number 20 in my recent box series. This is number 6 in my Adventures into Shape. This box is built from poplar and the splines and beads are mesquite. There are small pieces of cedar in the feet and the pull. The poplar is two different boards, the darker toned piece is a great chocolate...
  4. Rocket box

    Gift I made for a Sgt of mine. He was leaving the Marine Corps and since we are "Ordies" it was fitting to give home a warhead box. I copied the dimensions and used maple and walnut for the box, and threw in some cedar for the tray.
  5. Rocket

    A toy rocket made of Australian Tea Tree (body) and black walnut (cone, fuselage, fins). Finished with shellac and buffed. Hard to get a sense of scale from the photos, but it stands about 18" tall and is 2" wide (body). Thanks for looking! Merry Christmas!
  6. Rocketship Mark VI

    This is another Rocketship I made 2 years ago for a friend of mine who lives in Kent, England. He had mentioned how much he liked my other ones and is a woodworker so I decided I would make him one and give at as a Xmas present. Last picture is him at his house and a shop helper I sent along to...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Here's a pair: First, you take your basic sandwich spreading tool, narrow it down and shorten it and square the end and round the corners gently and you have, voila, a great little putty spreader; wide enough to catch a staple hole going sideways, but not so big it leave globs of the stuff to...
  8. Blogs
    Rocket Ship: 2x4 Contest Entry My entry for the Summer's Woodworking 2×4 Contest. Carl Jacobson joked about making a rocket ship from a 2×4 so I took up the challenge. Hope you enjoy the video, bonus footage at the end of my daughter and I "flying" the rocket.
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