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  1. 2x4 3x5 Box 1 Post Contest

    This is Post Contest 2×4 3×5 Box 1 of 2 Finished with Mineral Oil, and Deft spray can Lacquer Gloss. The center divider was removed because it's not going to be used for 3×5 cards. This is for my wife, Deanne, who likes Unicorns. I placed a Unicorn on the Top… then Wood Burned it.
  2. 2x4 3x5 Box 2 Post Contest

    This is Post Stumpy 2×4 Contest Box 2 from a 2×4x8' stud The Stumpy contest ended about a month ago… this box was short by about 3 hours of meeting the contest deadline. Finishing: BLO, Garnet dewaxed shellac, Deft spray can Lacquer Gloss… I will use this box for 3×5 cards & other misc...
  3. Euro-slide installation jig (Screws-N-Plywood)

    There are a lot of different jigs on the market for mounting drawer slides. The are all based on holding the slide in place where it needs to go and screw it in place. This gives a lot of room for error, because the screw holes are so big and you do not have a lot of room inside the cabinet to...
  4. Stumpy’s Tubafore Contest Entry - 2x4 3x5 Box

    Well, I finally was able to get it ALMOST done… enough for a good idea, anyway. Actually, I am making TWO of these boxes… I couldn't get BOTH of them done to this point… So, I just got One done. They will be used for 3×5 cards… and other misc. stuff until the room is needed for 3×5's. 11" x...
  5. Custom 1911 Pistol Presentation Case

    This is a Custom 1911 Pistol Presentation Case that I made for my 1SG's retirement from 22 years in the Army. It was my first big project in a couple of years due to work. I was able to incorporate some new techniques thanks to some overdue upgrades in my shop. This was my first use of...
  6. Stumpy’s Tubafore Contest Entry - 2x4 3x5 Box#2

    Here it is! Box #2 Yes, it's past the deadline and does NOT count… BUT, I made both boxes at the same time out of the same 2×4… I just could not get Both of them finished to the point of getting them Entered. So, this is here just to look at… LOL It was fun! ... and a challenge!
  7. Planter

    This planter i made as a gift for my mother and in real life it's look better :D
  8. End Tables

    My wife had a friend that was using some tv trays as end tables after a divorce. I offered to make the tables for her…partly to be nice and partly to improve my skills on a few things…since I've never built a table, worked with 30 degree angles, etc. The plans for the morrocan table came from...
  9. Kerfmaker, what a fun little tool

    I just finished my kerfmaker last night. Thanks to to all that posted their kerfmakers before me. (I still like mine the best ) ;-) I used scrap maple and mahogany. The bolt I had laying around. So, cost $0. What fun it is to work with, after the kerfmaker is tuned in to the width of the saw...
  10. The "Never Fail" dado jig for the router

    I was lurking around on the Wood Whisperer's website and ran into his Exact-Width Dado Jig. I liked it a lot, but it failed when Marc had to reach under the jig to tighten his nuts. Please check Marc's jig out and also his explanation on his video on how to use the thing, he does a way better...
  11. Woodworking Skill Share
    This is my 3rd project, definitely lots of learning along the way so far.. I'm building Stumpy Nubs' router table, which requires plywood in 3/4", 1/2" and 1/4". I'm almost done with it, but learned the hard way that plywood is almost never the thickness advertised, and it's almost never flat...
  12. Blogs
    Stumpy Nubs sander build 2 After my night shift spent a few hours starting the build (after some time hunting the bits and pieces, and finishing a chair). Ok so alignment is essential on this thing, so I decided to use dadoes on the case work. I will finish glue and screws (and some glue...
  13. Blogs
    The Super-Awesome-Tuberculosis Curing Crosscut Sled Oh my! You guys have no idea how happy I am right now. It took about two weeks, a digital angle finder, a dial indicator, a new Biesemeyer fence, table saw extensions, and a lot of sweat, but this crosscut sled is done! Well, almost. Still...
  14. Blogs
    Building the Nub Sander My First Stumpy nubs project which I will have to tweak based on what I have. Ok So Planning. My Motor is a 1 HP off of a 6 inch jointer Although it is a cylinder it has multiple parts sticking out so I will plan as if it is a 10×10 x 13 box (since it can fit snuggly...
  15. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    It has been 3 weeks since his last video, where or where is Stumpy? I miss my nearly weekly dose of his good humor, great ideas and I have not had a cold one in a while.
  16. Jigs & Fixtures
    I want a router lift, but lack the technical skill to create one of my own that I feel would be as good as ones that people are selling plans for online. Can anyone give me first hand experiences with making these and their performance as well as benefits and drawbacks? I want one that is easy...
  17. Focus on the Workspace
    I have a 25 foot hose that I got from woodcraft. It's great for cleanup, but it's a pain and is getting beat up during storage. I thought about making a reel for it using a cardboard tube and winding it up. would consume large space. I also thought about the old type fire hose on a rack thing...
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