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  1. Coat Hanger Unit with Storage Chest and Mirror

    Coat Hanger Unit with Storage Chest and Mirror I design and build this Corner Coat Hanger Unit to fit at a 40 degree angle corner area. The unit has a lower storage chest, a mirror and a decorative crown top. The design had to take in account the wall skirting so that the unit fit straight up...
  2. Entertainment Unit

    This is a TV stand I made for my parents over Christmas. I saw a hall table somebody made at work that had a similar look so I decided to base my design on that. I used Birch plywood for the cabinets and doors and solid birch for the legs. I finished it with a dark walnut stain and three coats...
  3. Entertainment Unit

    This is and entertainment unit I made for a friend. It is made of birch, stained red walnut and finished with lacquer.
  4. Entertainment Storage Center

    In the words of my baby girl, "Oooh, Boy!" This is an evolved version of a pervious project that I posted early. I have since canabolized that entertainment unit for this "Entertainment Storage Center". It is so named "storage center" because of its remarkable storage compacity! It can hold...
  5. my latest project

    this is a shelf unit built into a curved staircase wall .
  6. Oak Wall Unit | Custom

    This is a wall unit that was completed in June 2010. It has a really neat lighting effect. I positioned the lights behind the shelves and allowed the light to shine through, a fiber optic effect. The doors are a wood/Plexiglases combination. Other features are a full mirrored back, pullout...
  7. Big Box

    Most of the woodworking I do is in the small box category. I suppose this is just a slightly larger box. The wood is Tasmanian Blackwood. The panels are Blackwood veneer on manufactured-board. These two shots were taken at the pre glue-up stage. The top will hold a flat screen, the open shelf...
  8. More work of my in-laws.....

    It seems that my inlaws are recieving the primary benefit of my hobby. This summer I redid their family room bringing it from 1978 to today. It is hard to believe the transformation. Being their house is build on a slab, there is limited storage space so I rebuild the pantry with a pocket...
  9. Hollow entertainment unit

    So here are the professional shots of my last project here at school. I call this piece "Hollow". For those of you that might have followed my other blog, would know the stroy behind this piece. It is made from a foam core torsion box. Making the piece pretty light for a big unit. It...
  10. Sandpaper Orgainiser Unit

    So I made this a couple of weeks ago, I was very tired of looking for sandpaper for various projects and they seemed to be everywhere they should be. So I found this idea on Pinterest and I tweeted the dimensions so as as that it would fit in a misused wall cabinet that I have, I'll try and...
  11. Bessey Revo Style Clamp Holder

    I invested in some 40" Bessey Clamps and they were still in the box because I had no where to put them .. I don't imagine me owning too many of these clamps as they are so exspensive but what I do own (2 right now ) I want to take really good care of these. So I built this little unit to...
  12. Hexagonal Storage Unit

    I decided to try and build this for my 4 years old son, I really wanted to try building something that had some angles and looked different so I tried this. To be honest its not my best work as my miter saw and table saw didn't cut the angles exactly they were 1 to 2 degrees off every time, but...
  13. Living room wall unit

    Originally, the living room only had the fireplace. I built the cabinets and shelves that went on each side of the fireplace. I first bought expensive halogen lights for the recessed lighting and then found that I could get them from Lowe's for about $15.00. The expensive stuff went back to the...
  14. Blogs
    November 12, 2009 This is a new feature that I'll be starting. It is recorded video update on what will be going on in the shop. http://www.ustream.tv/flash/video/2540392 Or watch Live: http://www.ustream.tv/flash/mediastream/12421Free live streaming by Ustream
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  15. Blogs
    What went on before... My family is just too big… Either that or my house is too small. We have four children at home. Two are college age, and two are in their early teens. Thye two youngest ones share a bedroom…nothing uncommon about that. However, they definitely do not want to use bunk...
  16. Blogs
    Saw dust removal project Working out of my garage, I have been thinking about solutions to my dust problem. I made a power tool cart with my router, band saw, horizontal belt sander, scroll saw and chop saw all on one cart with heavy duty casters, and I simply wheel it out into the driveway and...
  17. Blogs
    Dustless Sanding (really!): Rigging up your own vacuum system with the Porter Cable Model 333 The hardest dust for me to breathe is the fine stuff that comes out of the orbital sander. I have used the Porter Cable Model 333 for about 10 years now, and have done a lot of sanding with it. I am...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I haven't been able to make up my mind now for a while so i figured i would see if anyone on here has any input to which is a better 8" dado set. I've narrowed my decision down to these two but would like some expert opinions on which one is better worth the money for clean, crisp, flat bottom...
  19. Jigs & Fixtures
    I used to make all my jigs and in the process use almost all of my time making them. There is certainly a level of satisfaction in saying that is a jig well made. But, it certainly cuts down on the time to make projects. This is leading me more and more to buy a jig rather than build it...
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