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  1. vacuum pump and frame press

    I recently got interested in using vacuum to clamp and hold items for other operations. This is the pump and frame press I built. So far I've learned that vacuum can crush a guitar. ;-)
  2. Nether Edge Farmers Market Summer 2011

    Just an update on how the stall looked this weekend. . . . in situ! Was a great day for sales and a few ostrich burgers to boot! Thanks to all for their fab feedback on the stall & products :) More images on my Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/pangadesign and remember to LIKE the...
  3. Maple Plywood Fixture Storage Box

    This is a storage box to keep my old fixture and it's new collet and bushings together. It is made from 1/2" maple plywood. First I lock miter cut all the edges and made it into a closed rectangular box. Then I cut the contour on the bandsaw and started designing the components to hold all the...
  4. Maple cherry cutting board

    Yes I finally made one for the Wife and Myself. This is number 3. The final size of this came out to 12×15 x 1. The juice grooves were my own plan after we had one from a gift many years ago and really liked them. I really want to give shout outs to 2 sources…#1 Bob Flexner Book...
  5. Wooden Air Filter Cover for Motorcycle

    I was asked by a buddy that saw some of my work if I could make an air filter cover out of wood to replace the stock chrome cover on his bike now. I jumped at the idea even though this is something that is nowhere near anything I have tried before. I received the cover along with the air filter...
  6. first cutting board

    First of sorry for the terrible photos i took them late last night on my tablet and just were not that great. This is my first attempt at a cutting board this is 9"x7" made from purple heart maple and aromatic cedar on the edges. I know i should have used more hardwoods not the cedar as it...
  7. Pallet Skeleton Halloween Decoration

    Last weekend I did my second halloween decoration of the year and made this neat little skeleton from free pallet wood. I had some soft 3/4 pieces of old pallet wood lying around, after gluing on a pattern I made up on photoshop I cut all the pieces out on the scroll saw. Did some fine detailing...
  8. Cedar house number sign

    Hi there. A little while back I received a Bosch 1617EVSPK router combo kit as a birthday present from my father. Prior to this the only router I had was a Ridgid 1.5hp laminate trimmer with a 1/4" shank. Don't get me wrong, the Ridgid unit is fantastic, and I actually use it for most things if...
  9. Football cheese and cracker board

    Just completed this cheese and cracker board. Made from Cherry and hard maple. It's about 8 1/2 by 14. I modified my design to rout out areas for the cheese and crackers to go. You don't have to do this but I think it's better. I sell these for 45.00
  10. Wooden router plane

    Tool-making bug is itching me. Earlier I said that I needed router plane for my workbench build, but what the hell, I just wanted to own one. Honesty is the best policy :-) . . Here is my starting point: cutter with threaded rod and milled facets: Since I had no "real" cutters available here...
  11. Serving Tray for Snacks II

    This is the first serving tray I made on my new Premium Homemade Router Table, using a pin router arm. I used heat treated wood (dark wood) and beech wood to make it. The protection is made with mineral oil suitable for articles in contact with food.
  12. StewMac Ukulele #2

    Even with this being a kit, not an easy project. I started it a few days after Christmas and just finished it.
  13. Tea Boxes

    I unashamedly used a very similar design for a run of 7 teaboxes I planned to give as gifts to family members and close friends last christmas (yes, December 25, 2020), and am finally putting together the final 2. The lid sections are of my own design, though, and were painstakingly made using...
  14. Carved monogram valet tray

    I had been leaving my keys on the nightstand night after night, and always worried they'd eventually end up scratching up the finish on my nightstand, so I decided to make this valet tray to give a proper home to my keys, wallet, and phone at night. It's made from walnut that I salvaged from an...
  15. Router Table Top

    I built a large (2' x 4') router table top for my Ryobi compact trim router that sits atop my WORX Pegasus. The top gets clamped offset so that the hole the router sits in is over the edge of the Pegasus. There is a miter slot for miter gauge. The hole the router sits in has both ledges for the...
  16. Privacy Window

    I created a privacy window to place in front of a small casement window in our kitchen to prevent people from seeing inside our unit. I didn't want to use drapes, blinds, or anything else that could not be easily cleaned since this was in the kitchen. I started with one sheet of cast acrylic...
  17. Router Table Fence

    I built a router table fence using plywood (and later swapped the cheeks for melamine). Split fence which allows me to insert shims behind the out-feed for jointing operations. It's a fairly basic construction with a couple cute features. It has feet the slide along the edge of the table it...
  18. Variable Height Surfacing Sled for Router

    I built a surfacing sled for my Ryobi trim router so that I can flatten rough lumber. I started with a construction grade 2×4 and milled it down to 3/4" thick using a Cutech jointer and thickness planer. I then used my Shaper Origin to cut out the center and add holes for metal dowel pins to act...
  19. Tiny Push Block

    The smallest push block I have ever created. Made from cell cast acrylic (Chemcast) with a silicone drawer liner glued to the bottom and an acrylic drawer handle welded to the top (using WeldOn/SciGrip #3 solvent). This helps me route super small objects on the router table. NOTE: Clear...
  20. Drill Press cabinet stand

    based on another member's design, fits fesstool systainers… plywood case, oak faceframes…all from leftovers gotta love it
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