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  1. Stylus from ironwood

    A stylus made from ironwood.
  2. Stylus

    This is absolutely the best smelling project I have ever done! This is a stylus kit from penn state ind with a coffee n cream blank i picked up at the woodworking show a few months ago. I put a few coats of CA glue on it to keep the beans in place and from chipping out while in use. Based on...
  3. Stylus - remade from store bought

    I bought a case for a touch screen tablet that came with a free stylus. The stylus felt very cheap and really not worth purchasing on it's own. I tore this apart and glued the tip into a piece of beetle kill pine I turned on the lathe. A few coats of CA glue and it is a new stylus that doesn't...
  4. Penultimate Pentathlon for the non-Pennurious.

    Boys and Girls, While browsing through the new weekend projects here at LJ, I came across my last post about a bullet pen… Ho-hum, just another pen post… literately, not much chop for all the counless illiterate lumberjocks in search of that evasive bit of inspiration. So if you are illiterate...
  5. 3D Magnet-Maze toy for my kids

    Here are some pictures from a recent toy project that did. I started by carving a 2D maze prototype with a Shinwa Full Size Carving Tool Set. When I had finished carving it, I put a steel ball bearing in and covered the maze with a thin plastic product called flexipane (or so they called it at...
  6. Stylus from poplar branch

    I made this stylus from a twig of poplar. The wood is very interesting, looks a little like bone.
  7. A pen experiment

    Attempted to modify a pen to allow for a stylus on the back since at the hospital we use tablets that use hard tipped stylus's, and since the metal tips would scratch the screen, and lord forbid I be seen sith a plastic pen, I turned a few pens with pointed backs, the 2 in the last picture were...
  8. Focus on the Workspace
    Deborah De Williams is a breast cancer survivor and marathon runner. In October 2008 Deborah and her Border Collie, Maggie set off from Hobart to run around Australia in an anti-clockwise loop to raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). Halfway through her run, just outside...
  9. Blogs
    Working the blank, getting a feel for the tools Interesting story on how I ended up at lumberjocks. I told it once but I will give it a brief retelling at it is somewhat relevant to the current project I am working on. I won a dremel a couple months ago through facebook. One of the fellow...
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