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  1. My Bike

    I burned this pyrograph into some baltic birch and framed it with hard maple scraps I had in the discard pile. Then finished it with satin laquer spray, 4 coats. I made it from a picture that i took of the bike on a trip I was on several years ago. I just left out everything in the background...
  2. 36" Millennium Falcon Wall Art

    This project has been over a year in the doing. Ever since building my AT-AT model (see projects) I had the dream of doing a large Millennium Falcon. While inspiration came from Martin Creaney's enormous model, I used nothing but pictures from the internet to put together my own version. It...
  3. The Ultimate Space/Back Saver

    This is a project that took a year in the making since I'm not a metal worker nor an engineer… But I made it I guess. I have a small shop space that I like to keep clean & organised, and my biggest space waste was my bench top tools. I also need an additional assembly bench so I came up with...
  4. Limited space cutting board

    Our kitchen has very little counter space to prep and cook on. So I found inspiration online to make some more room.
  5. Floating Record Player or turntable Mounts/Platforms in DJ format

    Just another-"Necessity is the mother of…."-thing. My studio/apartment in NYC is low on space so I figured my Technics would get more use if they were floating on the wall, rather, than if in storage. Stand- by for my twist on the Murphy Bed. The surfaces are ply. Structure is mild steel...
  6. Kefir Water Tote

    It's been a while since I have posted anything. I'm glad to be back and have enjoyed looking at everyone's projects and craftsmanship. I make my own Kefir Water to help promote good gut health. I have a friend that wanted to start drinking it. I supply him with Kefir Water and he supplies me...
  7. Leopard Wood and Curly Maple Computer Desk

    My wife asked me to build a small, low profile stand where she could set her computer, printer, and speakers while she is working in her craft room. The idea was not to have a desk to work at, but a small area to set her computer equipment out of the way of whatever project she was working on...
  8. Rustic Slide Top Buffet

    This is a buffet design for a lady from South Africa. She had limited space in her U.S. home. The top slides to the left and has a footing for support, addding an additional 19" of serving space on the top. Enjoy the "Africanos" patterns on the doors and the sides. Bruce
  9. Simple Rocker (Scott Morrison Design)

    I have a little one on the way, so we needed a rocker. This is my first attempt at building anything of this nature, so I started with Scott Morrison's simple rocker design templates and DVD. The chair is made from 8/4 walnut bent lamination rockers and back splats. I used the Sam Maloof...
  10. Bird table

    My Father wanted a bird table for a birthday gift. so i got some pallets and made him one, apart from the posts all the timber is from pallets.
  11. Twin Walnut and Mahogany boxes

    made these boxes a while back and just got around to taking pictures to post. they are both made from a single walnut and single mahogany board. i just ripped the boards in half then used mitered corner joinery for a wrap around grain look on the box and cut the lids to fit each box
  12. Baseball Loft w/ Murphy bed | Custom

    This is a combination of my Baseball bed, a loft bed, and locker murphy bed. I've built the loft before (original loft). This customer wanted to have the play space along with a full size bed. The scoreboard headboard is totally customizable. I have a form that the customers fill out and...
  13. First big project for the shop

    After a week of storing every tool on the floor these draws and work bench couldn't have come sooner. They are the first "real" project to come out of the shop…ever so even thought they aren't perfect (trust me they aren't), I am pretty happy with them. Plus we (my father and I) have learned...
  14. I need more space!

    I often stand in the shop looking for another nook or cranny to hang or store something. I came up with these ideas, more out of neccesity than anything else. I placed a sheet of 3/4" MDF , with a few screws on it, under my Ridgid table saw for measuring tools, pushsticks & squares. Another...
  15. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    My living situation is changing drastically and unfortunately my garage is most likely not an option and cannot afford housing/apt around me WITH a garage XD. I finally situated all that crap, but as stated, no more shop. Does anyone know of any solution to this?
  16. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I am new to Lumberjocks, and not sure I'm posting this in the right area of the site - but here goes anyway. I am starting a guild in Eastern NC, hosted at my shop in Winterville. My shop is very large, very well equipped, and we have a retail space I am converting into a gallery space. I have...
  17. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I was out in the garage\shop today to see where I would place the next two pieces of equipment - band saw and lathe. I have neither picked out (nor the permission from DW) to purchase . . . but I was just sizing up the shop. To my ultimate dismay . . . I have no open spaces against the walls...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    From a space efficiency perspective, is there a big difference between: 1) a bench top drill press with a dedicated shop cart; and 2) a floor drill press on casters ? Unless I were willing to give up precious bench space to a drill press, it seems like I'd have to build a cart for it, and I'm...
  19. Focus on the Workspace
    Hey guys, I'm a newbie here, and a girl with light experience, and I just wanted to get some guys opinions on the positioning of my router table on the work bench I have made I followed a sketch up design for the basic layout of it. I found this on Google. I have searched all over the...
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