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  1. Taj Mahal

    I just finished cutting this 11×15 inch picture of the Taj Mahal in Baltic Birch plywood on my scroll saw. Pattern design by me using GIMP2 program. Pegas 2/0 spiral saw blade.
  2. Hand-cranked Whitworth Mechanism Wood Model

    I saw a simulation of the Whitworth mechanism on Youtube, and decided I could convert it to a hand-cranked wood model for the kids. The colored parts are all hard maple, the rest is white oak. I scroll sawed the 3 gears. I generated the gear design using free program GearDXF.Exe, print it on...
  3. NOW WHAT? Machine + Video

    The NOW WHAT? Machine is an experiment with a new kind of ball gear (to me, anyway) that I first noticed on the Matthias Wandel website. Someone was using it in a jig mechanism as an alternative to right-angle bevel gears. I used Matthias's gear generator program to come up the general...
  4. the pen shaker

    My projects name is the pen shaker.I made it for a 7th grade project. I got an a++ on it. It is the first project I had ever made. I used a old bearing from a lawn mower pulley and cut the wood gear from 3/8 plywood using the frill press and band saw. I have made more projects and I will be...
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi folks, So I finally pulled the trigger and started work on a home-made bandsaw, courtesy of Matthias Wandel over at www.woodgears.ca. I haven't gotten terribly far yet, but was just wondering if anybody else is working on one of these at the moment? So far I have the wheel blanks glued up...
  6. Blogs
    Getting started... I've been keeping my eye on WoodGears for a while now. I'd love to build all of his contraptions, but don't have the time or the space at the moment. I've been wanting to build his bandsaw for some time now, and finally took the plunge. Plus I just got my tax refund back...
  7. Blogs
    Experiment Making Wood Bevel Gears After seeing Matthias Wandel's video about making wood pseudo bevel gears that will will run at right angles, I decided to attempt making a true bevel gear or at least a closer approximation. My idea was to cut a 45 degree angle on the edge of the wood disc...
  8. Blogs
    Wood Gear Clock I have always had a fascination with how things work. As a kid I drove my parents' crazy taking things apart but it was part of learning. Even today I will look at something a wonder how it was made or how it works. For most things I believe that if someone else can do it...
  9. Hand Tools
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/281099107967 The snapon breakerbar is already answered for, coworker said he will give 20. Guess i may be able to make the number 5 a user, its a late model i think, so idk. Maybe can put it back up for another 10, cleaned up. The screws i will keep for now, but may...
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