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  1. wooden lock

    I found this wooden lock in FOXFIRE #6 and had to experiment with some scrap wood. I used my table saw and chisel to cut the groves. I filled in the kerf cuts with splines where needed. A little fine tuning and was pleasently surprized at how well it functioned. I think I'll try another one...
  2. Wooden Lock [Fun one day project]

    I saw Kelly's [MasterSergeant] Wooden Lock project and just had to play around with one, Not nearly as fancy as his but I got it figured out and love the click when it locks. I build and bring in the house models all the time and my wife hardly looks at them but when she saw this she took it...
  3. The Lost Day

    The Lost Day I really enjoy working with barn board sometimes because for the moment when I have finished a piece its already 100+ years old and how else can one make such a piece and have it looking centuries old? The odd weathered nail/worm hole that exists here and there can be played with...
  4. Wooden Toy Safe

    I built these wooden toy safes as Christmas presents for the nieces and nephews. I was planning to paint them bold primary colors (red, green, yellow, blue, etc) but my bride asked me to leave the MDF naked because of the interesting contrast. The outside and all the parts are sealed with 2-3...
  5. Demo Wood Model of Combination Lock

    I bought the plans to make this lock back in 2009 from Matthias Wandel, but for some reason forget to ever build it…..until now in November of 2020. The model illustrates how a typical combination lock works. In the original plans, there are no instructions for how to achieve a particular...
  6. Carpenter's Rule Puzzle Box

    The Carpenter's Rule This puzzle box is made from century old barn board that has been planned down to take the grey off, but still coloured underneath with many of the cracks in the top surface are still visible. To go with the old wood I recycled an old wooden yardstick and made them part of...
  7. Wooden lock

    I saw a lock similar to this one on adrianiredale's YouTube channel but you had to buy a book do this free version I got from Steve good
  8. Another Giant Wood lock for Minnesota Wedding

    I recently had a request to build another of these Giant working wood locks for a Minnesota lady getting married at the end of this month. The main lock body is 1×12" common pine. The hasp and key cover are red oak oil stained with a cherry color. The key is maple and red oak. The 4 buttons...
  9. 3 Australian Wedding Locks

    Early in 2012, a woman in Australia found my woodworking web site. She asked me to build one big wood padlock and two smaller padlocks to use in her wedding ceremony. She called it their "locking ceremony". At the time, I did not understand why she needed 3 locks. I used Tim Detweiler's design...
  10. Wooden Locks

    I have made most of the lock patterns shown in Tim Detweiller's two books. On my web site, I try to illustrate with photos how I made them….....
  11. Wood & Lumber
    For Sale: ~325 board feet of 4/4 quartersawn white oak. Kiln Dried and carefully handled. ~300 board feet at 12' lengths Widths range from 4" to 12-14" Located in the Allentown PA area. Please contact me by email at [email protected] $4.5/bdft for entire lot. ($1,400 negotiable) obo...
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