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  1. Amazon Dot With Wings! Well....little walnut wings

    Like most of us, I look for any reason to use wood. I thought the living room Amazon Dot would look better in some Walnut! A little winged bowl with a hole for connections in the back. Turned, sanded to 600p, then finished with mineral oil. The next design will be made to look like a flower and...
  2. Folding; Sliding; Table Saw Extension Wing

    This Extension Wing was made out of a piece of oak butcher block. The Wing has three runners also made out of the same butcher block. Two of the runner guides attached to the existing out-feed table and the third slides in the fence guide. The wing is about 9" wide. It doesn't extend the full...
  3. Winged Box - First Attempt

    After watching some online videos about how to make a winged bowl, I decided to give it a try. This is the video that I referenced - http://www.youtube.com/user/bobham5#p/u/173/BUeByxpbB9M . Here's my first try at one. It's made of maple with a walnut lid and measures 7.25"w x 2.5"d x 2.125"h...
  4. Router table for my table saw.

    Ive never had the need for a router table until today, I've always routed by hand. I took a couple hours and some scraps I had laying around, not wanting to spend any money on it. Initially I wanted to throw something together for a single project I had. It turned out a little better than I...
  5. Tablesaw router extension

    Here is a router extension that I added to my Craftsman Table saw. It's nothing fancy but is functional. The fence for the table saw works on the router extension and I will be making an attachment to slide over my existing fence to accommodate a router bit. I also may give it a coat of paint...
  6. Controversial "ugly IKEA design" Aquarium Stand

    Here is the finished project. This design caused a bit of a stir when I asked a question about it. Anyhow, here is the finished stand, in all its black "IKEA" glory. As some may remember, my sister chose this design based on one she liked in the store, so this is for her. It's made from...
  7. On Parakeets Wings

    About 3 years ago I made a whirligig for my daughter styled to resemble Gilligan, her parakeet (English Budgie.) I think it's normal that whirligigs need some occasional maintenance, they live outside after all. The plywood wings on this one de-laminated after about a year, so after replacing...
  8. Table saw left side extension support

    This is my table saw extension for the left side. I was inspired by screwge's project from 2012 but mine was quick and dirty and not nearly as nice as his. I've also made a short video about this that may be seen here.
  9. Opposing Arch Coffee Table

    ---------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: blakeweber.us ---------------------------------------------------- This table is the sister to the original "Opposing Arch Table" I built last year. I made most of the parts for both tables at the...
  10. Tablesaw Router Wing Retrofit

    I was nervous about working the cast iron wing myself, but I had made up my mind to build an extension for the router anyhow. I figured I'd take a shot at grinding the iron since I was replacing it anyhow. I traced a plastic router insert on the table and used the drill press to drill a series...
  11. Shop Cart for Small Bandsaw

    I needed a cart for my benchtop band saw and this is what I came up with. I was wanting just one drawer and a taller bottom area to stores spare blades and what not. Construction - Mortise and tenon construction with a groove for the panels. Hard maple for the drawer runners. The drawer back is...
  12. Wing Back Chair with Queen Anne Legs

    This I made when getting my upholstery certificate. My wife loves this chair and I have received many compliments on it. It has a maple and hickory frame and the queen anne legs are maple with a shellac finish.
  13. Gun Stock Carving: Walnut Stock Carved with a Wildlife Scene, Wild Tom Turkey Courting a Mate

    This was a commissioned project. This gun was part of a set of three that I did for a family in Wichita, Kansas You can see the Pheasant Carving by clicking here You can see the Tom Turkey Carving by clicking here You can see the Quail Carving by clicking here If you have a gunstock...
  14. Tablesaw Extension Wing and Cabinet

    The weather is getting nicer and I was able to get out to the shop. I have been delaying some improvements to my table saw. I have a 30+ year old craftsman contractor tablesaw. It is overall a great saw for the price range but I have been wanting to add a few things. The first thing I added...
  15. Hap Arnold Wings Shadowbox

    By request I went Old School with this display. The original Air Force Symbol Hap Arnold Wings. This display is built in the Intarsia art form I enjoy, every piece is cut out and put together like a puzzle to create the image you see. It's hard to read the ruler on top but the wing tips are...
  16. Router Table Extension

    I installed this onto my table saw last night. 2 pieces of 3/4 Melamine for the thickness. 3/4" Padauk border. Bench Dog plate and Kreg miter track. The legs are adjustable, pine, my garage floor is not even close to flat. Four bolts attach it to the extension and two on each of the fence...
  17. Lacewood and Catalpa Wing Box

    Catalpa body, Lacewood lid, with Walnut Crotch handles. 2.5" x 5" x 9" Finished with Satin Wipe-on Poly with faux suede lining. Had some Catalpa left over from a recipe box and slapped together the box thinking I would put a lift lid on it, nothing too exciting. I was revisiting some of my...
  18. Cape Arago

    This box was is my fourth flip lid box, though I prefer to call them wing boxes because they look like they are about to fly off when both lids are open. Body-Leopardwood Top- Bolivian Rosewood bordered with Madrone and edged in the center with walnut Handle-spalted maple Feet/bottom skirt is...
  19. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hey all, I posted a thread a couple weeks ago looking for ideas on attaching a router table to replace a table saw wing. Got some good ideas. However, I've decided I want to go another route and am looking for ideas again. Here's what I have in mind. First of all, I have a Grizzly...
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