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  1. It's Bigger On The Inside...

    I'm a wee bit of a Doctor Who fan… If you haven't already figured that one out and I'm sure you can all relate to needing more shop space so I figured I'd turn the shop door into a Tardis. I haven't really figured out the interior dimensional changes as of yet but I think it has to do with the...
  2. 12" TARDIS LED nightlight

    My son is a huge Dr. Who fan, so for his birthday I decided to build him a TARDIS model that would double as a nightlight. It is built out of birch plywood with scrap wood for the few other pieces (corners, roof, and the base). The LED light comes with a remote and can be set to many different...
  3. Tardis Wall Mounted Key Holder

    I had made this for my daughter several years ago and then saw it again at her house this last weekend. So I took a couple of pics for posting here. This was a fun project to make, My wife helped with the finishing touches. Images of signs and inside were downloaded from the ether and printed on...
  4. Tardis Smart Doghouse

    http://www.instructables.com/id/Smart-Doghouse-Tardis-Edition/ I made this a few weeks ago. I think it took me just 2 days.
  5. TARDIS Cutting Board

    For all you Doctor Who fans! I recently had 2 requests/orders for TARDIS Shaped Cutting boards. I used my X-carve to cut out the profile and the pockets and cut and fitted all the inlays by hand. The board is Michigan Cherry and the inlays are walnut and ash. The lettering was cut with the...
  6. Bigger On the Inside

    Our old fridge was loud, ugly, and smaller on the inside. This new fridge was out for delivery when it was dropped off the back of a truck and left by the road. It was still there after work, so my friend picked it up for me in his truck. The front door, hinges, and rear corner were pretty...
  7. Time machine

    Einstein was right! The faster you go, the slower time goes. I'm just not sure which direction in time this is going, but it's like a boomerang, it always comes back to here and now. For the skeptics, watch the first video. The clock on the stove goes nuts. This one makes me wonder...
  8. T.A.R.D.I.S. Nightstand

    I also had to learn how to wire LED's for this project. The project is carefully copied from 2 photos I found online. My hot glue gun made all of the decorative details possible.
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I can't find anything on the bearing size(s) for this motor short of pulling it apart. Which I am in the process of doing. Posting to OWWM also. Motor is for an early 80's delta 14" bandsaw. Also put on some of their lathes too. Any help would be appreciated.
  10. Woodworking Skill Share
    Looking for an easy way to edge join two pieces of wood? Try a Butt Joint http://www.thomasjmacdonald.com/rough-cut-woodworking/media/video.php?vid=bba0810cf.
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  11. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    I have a friend who is refacing his cabinets and would like to purchase premade doors (paint grade, raised panel). Can anyone recommend a good place in the Twin Cities? Thanks!
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