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  1. Projects It takes wood to make wood

    Shooting boards are necessary, simple, but can be a little tricky. The last one I made was never perfectly square. This time, I used Rex Krueger's basic design I like it. The permanent fence is almost exactly square and the adjustable replaceable fence can be shimmed to perfection. It was...
  2. Shooting board

    I built this shooting board for my Veritas low angle jack plane but you can use whatever plane you want. It's adjustable for both the 90 degree and 45 degree fence so you can always have a fresh zero clearance. video explains this better… //www.youtube.com/v/srOAAOZvo6w ?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0
  3. FIRST HALF-BLIND DOVETAILS

    I had some drawers to make, and they ended up being a few firsts for me: -First half-blind dovetails (hand-cut) -First traditionally constructed drawers (half-blind dovetails in front, full dovetails in back, drawer bottom in grooves in front and sides, sliding in under the back (see picture)...
  4. Business card holders

    I saw these holders from JayT and was inspired to make something similar for our salon. Just for once I decided not to make do with almost there mitres, holding bits of dowel in mid air to cut them and so on so I built a selection of jigs and fixtures to help with this and future builds. I...
  5. Drop Leaf Doll Table

    Having three girls I have built my fair share of doll furniture. This is a drop leaf table and chairs I designed and made out of Oak for my youngest daughter. Joe
  6. Shooting Board

    This is a shooting board for my Lie-Neilsen #9 Miter Plane. It's about 14.5" x 9.5". It only took a couple of hours to make including glue drying time. The base board and upper board are cherry and the stop is maple. I laminated a left over piece of MicroDot Formica onto the runway to reduce...
  7. Shooting board small (also fits Festool MFT)

    Shooting board Made to fit the bench, a table or the Festool MFT The other day I was annoyed that I had to plane some end grain, and had no shooting board. I wanted a little board that I can bring with me when needed, with a 45 degree function also, and that will work with a little low angel...
  8. Shooting Board With A New Twist – Multi Angle Capability

    I needed to make a new shooting board with greater capabilities. It had to have the ability to plane multiple angles without a great deal of set up time. After looking through numerous pictures and videos I came up with my own spin on this old school tool but with some of today's modern...
  9. Ramped Shooting Board

    I had a shooting board I made from scraps, I wanted something nicer and came across this site inthewoodshop.com. This guy has great ideas for shooting boards. I made mine from Pecan, with a walnut fence and pecan adjustment knob.
  10. Cherry burl box

    My father in law gave me a cherry burl that he harvested from his land a couple years ago. I didn't really know what to do with it, so I sliced it into 2" thick slabs and let it dry for a couple years. This is the first project I've made from it. I learned: - Working with burl wood is...
  11. Drumstick - Pabull's stanley #62 upgrade

    Inspired by the hot dog from Mads, I started looking around in my shop for hot dog material, but could not find any. But I did find some Drumstick scraps. The scraps were from an old rocking chair my daughter found along the street that was too far gone to fix. My groove did not come easy...
  12. network player

    The first project using newly made shooting boards I posted. All boards are fine tuned using shooting boards and at the same time I adjusted the shooting boards itself. A quite satisfactory result I could get BLO and Poly Urethane mixture is used as the finishing
  13. Shooting board

    This is my first project measurement came from LN package I use baltic birch for the base. And use lyptus for fence and guide. Did not have 1/2 ply had to glue to 1/4 to make it up.
  14. Painted Poplar Picture Frame Project

    This is a picture frame, made from poplar and painted with black iron Real Milk Paint which was scuffed a bit to give it a "weathered" look, then a couple coats of BLO, topped off by three coats of shellac. I did a build blog with a lot of the details of the build. Making the profile...
  15. Yer' Basic Shooting (Chuting) Board

    On Sunday's I work over at the Kansas City Woodworkers Guild shop, mostly on the handtool collection. Fettling, sharpening, etc. But I've also been building some of the basic shop appliances. So far I've make a couple bench-hooks, a pair of winding sticks and a carving jack for the other shop...
  16. Shooting Board Mash Up For Veritas Shooter

    Hey guys, I picked up a Lee Valley Varitas Shooter for Christmas. I have a feeling a few others also ordered one because mine was on back order for a few weeks! During that time, I spent some time designing a shooting board to go with the plane. I researched a lot of designs and and came up with...
  17. Storage for the "Workbench of Many Colors"

    I consider myself to be a novice woodworker. I am in the process of improving my skills and like to try new techniques when I build a project. Some of you may remember my project; the "Workbench of Many Colors". That turned out to be a great project and I use it practically every day. In...
  18. Bowl Collection

    A collection of some of my bowl turnings, all either maple or spalted white birch.
  19. 45 degree shooting board

    I'm happy with how it came out and I can now cut 45 degrees with at least good enough accuracy for my wood working level:) But, somehow, when I glued two 45 degree pieces together as a test (wood glue & crazy glue without clamp), it came to be about 91 degrees… If I properly clamp the joint...
  20. Bedan (lathe tool)

    A while back I started using a bedan at the lathe. It seemed like a hugely useful tool, giving a lot of the benefits of the skew, plus it can work as a scraper, parting tool, or a roughing gouge. And it seemed like something pretty easy to make. So I did. I turned a handle from a piece of...
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