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  1. Euro Murphy Bed Moved Leg | Custom

    This murphy wall bed is my common Euro design. On this one, I moved the leg up a little. This freed up a little space on the face of the bed. I think it is a good look to it. Don't know if I want to change it as the "official" euro design yet (lots of internet pictures would have to be...
  2. Smithsonian Murphy bed | Custom

    This is a Murphy bed that was completed in September 2010 but some of the building pictures can be found in August . I call it the Smithsonian because "Smith" was the name of the customer I first designed this one for. Normally this one has a desk that folds out of the desk but this customer...
  3. Thicknesser Cart (My first post)

    I took up woodwork after a life changing injury and Lumberjocks was the main inspiration in the decision. It has taken me a while to get used to making things and this isn't perfect but it doesn't stop me being proud of it. I was gifted the thicknesser by a joiner in return for working on his...
  4. Cabinet Space Saver

    Well I guess it's actually a space user. It uses previously unused air space. Cabinets were getting a little crowded so I made a mini shelf for the dessert plates to live over the dinner plates. Sides are 1/4" tempered hardboard, shelf is 1/2' pine. Pin nails and glue join the two sides at...
  5. Cutoff/scrap cart......finally, no more piles

    I have needed this in a bad way since building my new woodshop last summer. Finally found a design to steal….I mean borrow…. and adjust to my space. 2 sheets of plywood, a handful of pocket screws, some Titebond, 4 swivel casters and about 3 hours is my investment for a very useful cart. Not...
  6. Maple Murphy bed with Cherry Accents | Custom

    This is a murphy bed that was completed in December 2010. It was Euro style that was built in maple with some Cherry Accents. The finish was just a few coats of Pre-Catalyzed clear lacquer. I added 24" bookcases to this one and started doing something a little different. The bookcase and...
  7. Crane for the Chop Saw

    In 2008, I built this crane to get the chop saw up and out of the way when I am not using it. I eventually built a flip up tray to secure the saw, so it's not dangling in the air, over my head. This is a great space saver. The sheeves are made of lawn mower wheels; the winch is from Grainger...
  8. Project X - Revealed

    The story leading up to this event is covered here - http://lumberjocks.com/jocks/Zuki/blog/2977 As Project X and its twin exit the darkness they sheepishly reveal one of their 10 hand cut dovetails. Startled by the flash, they pause, stretching to their full height of around 19"showing...
  9. Manchester Murphy Bed with Desk | Custom

    This is a modified version of my Manchester murphy bed. I added a fold down table to the face. This bed was completed in March 2011. It is made from maple with a clear coat finish. I had the design for a while and came up with the concept for a customer using SketchUp. I've added desk to...
  10. Bathroom cabinet

    Here's my first furniture build finished! It's been in progress for over 6 months, held up by me having to set up my shop and acquire all the tools I needed, and also learning a lot of things and getting very distracted along the way! Made of red oak, using hand tools, my 14" band saw...
  11. Above garage door storage

    When I inquired with my wife about wanting to turn our garage into a workshop, she said "Great…I've got your first project for you. Build me some shelves." This created quite a bit of storage for us. 5 inch lag bolts into walls studs and ceiling joists. Super solid.
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    Yep… another Flip-Top… Three of them all in one unit! I got this from an Instructable. Three Flip Tops in a row... Just Flip your Top to get what you want! LOL Enjoy! After thought… Here is a collection of 10 workbenches this project was one of them.
  13. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    has anyone managed to reuse the paper bags for their festool vacuum? i almost fell over when i saw the price of the 5 bags for my CT22 , $48 over here. so i thought "at that price im gonna be using the same bag over and over" but 2 months later im at my third bag already. i have only managed...
  14. Blogs
    Yet another folding sawhorse (this one is different) I completely forgot that I had put this out there. I was pleasantly surprised to see that it's been downloaded well over 2000 times! I haven't had the chance to build any myself - but I'm wondering if maybe someone here has? If so, I'd love...
  15. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I am searching for any plans that might be out there for a bench that can pull apart like a leaf table to make into a twin size bed. email me if you can steer me in the right direction. [email protected] or call 360-302-5106. Looking forward to reading and learning from you lumber jocks.
  16. Woodworking Skill Share
    I'm sanding this dresser that my dad made years ago. He thinks it must be maple. Look right? http://i.glui.me/1cg2d4o Thanks guys!!
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