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  1. Desktop Bag Toss

    This mini indoor version of Baggo or Bean Bag Toss is designed to sit on a desktop or tabletop and well sized for a typical office cube. It is a fairly simple project - easy to build. The free plans are available on our web page here . We also made three videos giving a blow-by-blow account of...
  2. My Veneer saws

    Out of necessity and sheer disgust for the traditional style veneer saws, I decided to make one that felt like a true Western saw and cut with the same motions that a normal backsaw would. I had no intention of ever producing these until I taught a class recently on veneering and my saw...
  3. 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...
  4. Saw bench with integrated clamping

    This sawbench is only 18" tall which makes it perfect for sawing (crosscut or rip) and also serves double duty as my toddler's workbench. The rip slot down the middle also has a saddle to set in a 3' pipe clamp which can serve in a variety of ways. A couple of simple dovetails joints and a few...
  5. Japanese Saw Horses

    If you prefer not to read, the video is here View on YouTube I had wanted a pair of these style of horses for a while. Since I am very limited on space I wanted something to use in tandem with my planing beam that would let me work with wide panels for future projects. These are about...
  6. Traditional Oilstone Holder

    I decided to make a traditional holder for my Norton medium India stone (8"x2"x1") after watching Bill Carter talking about oilstones on YouTube. After searching the internet for other examples, I merged all the elements that I liked into my design. It features a pitched roof, opposing chamfers...
  7. FINISHED OUTFEED TABLE

    Well, here's the final product for my saw extension. There are just a couple of tune-ups required but this is essentially it; it just requires the slots routed into the table for the sled runners. It's not crooked like it looks; the camera perspective just makes it look that way.
  8. Coping with the holidays

    Hey gang, hope all is well out there in LJ's land. I am still in the toy shop working on the turned tree ornaments for those who might wonder if they are painted….lol….they should be up in the next week or so. Here is an old school jig for those who enjoy cope sawing and would like try a...
  9. POWER LIFT FOR COMPUTER STAND

    Here it is, the power computer lift for my original stand finished. It works great. In the one photo you can see the little box with the control switch. It is powered by a 9v. power supply. The drive is a small surplus DC gear head motor. I never liked moving the lid on the hinge that much so...
  10. 3 Tier Coin Display

    A customer at one of the craft shows asked if I could do a 3 level coin holder. She didn't want anything fancy, so I made three standard 2 slot holders and epoxied them together. Indian Don't know wood. Sanded to 320 grit, sealed with 2# shellac, polished on the Beall buff system. I think the...
  11. NEW SLED

    Here are photos of my latest completed project, a new sled for my new toy table saw. It came out pretty good. I didn't have a large enough piece of MDF so I had to use to with the butt at the saw line but it worked okay. The fences are ¾" cabinet grade plywood sanded both sides; the front one is...
  12. Birdseye Maple Flag Case

    First off this was a project I had hoped never to have to do in my life. It is the case that will hold the flag that draped the coffin of a long time friend and boss but more friend then boss and a former Marine and vietnam Vet. It is made from Birddseye maple that i hand selected from the...
  13. red cedar and deer antler

    red cedar driftwood and sitka blacktail antlers. About 18" long.
  14. MY WOOD RACK

    Here's my new wood and materials rack; it's primitive but it works well and protects my materials from wicking water from the floor. I'm going to put casters oon it so I can roll it away from the wet basement walls at night. I made it out of recycled materials from pallets and heavy duty packing...
  15. NEW BIESMEYER STYLE SAW FENCE FINISHED

    I've started building my Biesmeyer style fence. In the photos is visible the brackets that attach it to the saw cabinet and the front rail. This is a tough one to design and build; I'm had to take extra precautions and time on this one. It works great. I'm using a cam style locking device that...
  16. Easter Bunny Bowl

    Making a bunny bowl for easter. For easter I made a bowl to hold my easter candy. A free template pattern is available for download. First I printed out my template pattern glued it on an piece of MDF and cut everything out on my scrollsaw. When I looked at this nice little template I...
  17. Rustic Boxes From reclaimed wood and parts.

    Made by Turtle Mountain Designs in Eureka, Ca. All reclaimed wood.
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  18. not just any box its a breadbox

    this is my entry for the not just any box contest. Its a breadbox made from cherry 2×4. it measures 16" wide 13.5" deep and 14" tall.
  19. Rustic Quarter Sawn Construction Lumber Coffee Table

    Using knowledge gained from the previous build of this same coffee table I used a higher grade of construction lumber. I used the 2X12X12 boards from the BORG. I was very selective to find boards with the tightest grain patterns and most possible quarter sawn sections. I went into much...
  20. Log cabin- logs cut, notched and stacked in one weekend

    Last fall I bought a woodmizer sawmill and have used it to cut a lot of timbers. I decided to cut some logs for a log cabin. I designed and built this log dovetail jig. I cut some timbers on Friday after work. On Saturday, I hired my neighbors son (16) to help me for 8 hours, sawing logs and...
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