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  1. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi. I'm looking to buy closed drum sander, and would like some input people have one. I make small things lke boxes, I made a 101 of these. A drum sander would have made it much easier. The boxes are 8"x4.5"x4" Thanks for any help
  2. cherry and maple end tables

    i was planing some maple for another project and came across 1 board that was mineral stained that i really like. i saved it and built these 2 end tables to showcase it. i think it will stand out even more as the cherry ages. i didn't have any 2" cherry at the time, so the legs are a...
  3. Lazy Susan with Inlay

    I had wanted to try my hand at doing simple inlay, and had a few pieces of 4/4 walnut lying around that I thought would be a good candidate for the experiment. Also, we had a need for a place to put serving dishes, hot things, and salt & pepper sets, etc, on the kitchen table I finished this...
  4. Round 3 Boxes

    After finishing my first box I knew that I wanted to make a bunch more. However, after I finished the second round, I ended up giving them all away as presents before I photographed them. These two are the next batch, the first with my new Ridgid r4510, replacing my Ryobi BTS12, and the...
  5. Homemade Vari-grind Jig

    The Oneway Wolverine Grinding jig is a must for grinding your bowl gouges but I didn't want to pay $55 for one. When I was at the Baltimore Woodworking show, I took pictures and measurements of the one they had one display and tried to replicate the parts/dimensions. It holds my gouges tightly...
  6. Jus' Playin'

    Father's Day settin on the front porch carving…
  7. Square and tool holder

    For this project, my inspiration came from another lumberjock project I saw in passing, but I have not been able to find again. I have some delicate incra rules that will become ruined if I did not fix the situation regarding about how I store them in my garage… Therefore, after I saw the...
  8. Cub Scout Pinewood Derby Cars (2006 - 2010)

    This was a fun part of Cub Scouts. During Brendan's years he won 4th place in his tiger den, 4th place in his wolf den, 1st place (2nd in pack) in bears, and grand champion for webelos I and webelos II. Brendan's involvement in building the cars increased over the years. There's only so much...
  9. Froe - leaf spring and red oak

    A friend made three froes from leaf springs. In exchange for making three handles, I got one of them. Took a piece of inch-and-a-half square red oak, cut it into roughly 17" pieces, planed them square and then to octagons, then used a spokeshave to taper the ends to fit the froes. Two quick...
  10. Kerfing plane.

    Hello to all, this is the first kerfing plane that I made, it is inspired on theTom Fidgen´s one but with some diffrences. It is made with some beech that I had around and with a piece of an old saw. The saw is filled at 7 ppi. It works very well and accurate. I did not like the screws that hold...
  11. Wooden Mallet

    I started getting inspired by all the home made tools that other LJs out there have posted and made this wood mallet. It was a long over due project as I needed one desperately for my wood handled chisels. It is turned from a laminated blank of red oak and walnut for the head and the handle...
  12. Homemade Router Guide Bushing Pin Wrench

    I don't know about you, but for me holding guide bushings while I thread the ring nut from under is a pain, particularly the smaller ones ! For my wrench I've chosen a HDF floor board for its density and its durability and drilled a 3/4" (18mm) hole using a spade bit at the drill press. Then...
  13. Table Saw Router Extension

    Since I have a small shop, I had to optimize my space and take advantage of the Biesemeyer fence's accuracy and make it do double duty. My girlfriend's dad helped me route out the plate recess in his big shop. It was quite the bonding experience. We made a template so that I can make...
  14. Friction Fit Wooden Jewellery Box

    In this video I will be making this beautiful Jewellery Box, designed for some Cuff Links. This is a simple build and can be made very easily with limited tools! It contains Mitre joints and a cushioned bottom to protect the Jewellery. Please see the full video build on my YouTube channel to see...
  15. Drill lathe & chuck (for those without a lathe).

    Need to do some small turnings so decided to make a lathe chuck and have it attached to a power drill. Have seen others do it with using a spade bit to attach the working piece to others using a self-made chuck with wood screws driven into the piece to secure it. I settled on a chuck made from...
  16. End grain cutting board - #3

    Hi to all. For your information I want to show my next job. For it used a variety of trees - oak beech maple walnut. I hope you enjoy. Video
  17. Mobile Drill Guide Stand

    Mobile Drill Guide Stand. Many times I had the need to drill vertical holes with a drill bit, a forstner bit or a holesaw that the surface did not fit on my drill press. At first I designed a vertical drill guide stand based on dovetail slides, but been able to find a 30cm drawer guide that...
  18. Wood Planes

    Back in the '70's a fantastic woodworker came on the scene - James Krenov. He influenced a lot of people with his work and the wooden planes that he made and used. I attempted to emulate the planes of this great master woodworker - here are some my attempts. I have made a dozen or so and still...
  19. Cherry Tool Cabinet

    This cabinet was designed around the Golden Mean, an early school project as practise in hand tools. The criteria was dovetails and tenons, all cut by hand. This piece fastens to the wall with a french cleat. I epoxied rare earth magnets into the cleat and veneered over them so most hand tools...
  20. Big Green Egg Table - Cedar

    We built an outdoor pavilion and decided to add a Big Green Egg. Of course, I couldn't buy a table, had to make my own. I used cedar, legs from left over saw mill logs, and the other from rough cut cedar boards I bought. All in all, turned out pretty well and decided to leave unfinished and...
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