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  1. Necklace rack for SIL

    My brother asked me to make something for his wife to hang her necklaces on for Christmas. He had no idea what he wanted so he left it up to me to design. I looked through LJ to get some ideas and nothing hit me. I had some strips of oak and bass wood. I glued them together and turned the...
  2. A Dinosaur Breathes......

    well having sucumbed once again to the inspirational forces found here amunst you guys ,...... ive something to show you finally after all the fantastic work benches ive witnessed here what ive come up with , it measures 50"x30"x36" made of red oak(montana cut(for the base) and recycled barn...
  3. Recent turnings

    Square mahogany bowl. This will be a gift. Before and after flea market screwdriver. Now it's a tenon tool for the lathe. There are different opinions about using screwdrivers for turning tools, google it, get the info and decide for yourself.
  4. Wood & Lumber
    So I have a small amount (40ish, 4-10" wide, 8' long, 4/4, maple/cherry, kiln/air dried but all dry to sub 13%) of wood that I need to store. I just graduated college (going to be a tech. edu/woods teacher) and am storing it in a barn. I used some 3" x 3" boards to get it off the damp wood barn...
  5. Marketplace Classifieds
    In Gainesville, Florida and gotta pay my property taxes. Need to sell 2700 bf of 1×4 heart pine 8's, 10's and 12's sticker dried since 2004. Also some 2×20 10 footers. Also about 500bf of cedar planks. Prices negotiable, just need to pay taxes to keep land.
  6. Blogs
    A "Mini" Series - up to present I'm posting these pictures as a means to get bloggin'…and, because I'm interested in milling and drying lumber (on a scale that I can accommodate - in the backyard). I'm also brand new at it, so it's just fun to share! I would have liked to have photos or video...
  7. Blogs
    Top is Milled and Laminated The top is finished except for trimming the ends and flattening. I used 2"x10"x8' SYP joists and cut them in half. Jointed, planed and then cut them to 4.25" width on the table saw. I glued them up using Titebond III and a foam brush. I did them in groups of four...
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm on the verge of resawing things now, and it's time to think about stacking and stickering the small slabs I'll be creating. Any reason not to use 1" strips of plywood? I'm not stacking huge slabs. Everything will be from logs between 3" and 11" wide, and under 3' long. Is 3/4" plywood thick...
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