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  1. 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
  2. Kreg Jig Portable Workstation

    The Kreg Jig is mounted to a small board which nests in the workstation. This workstation gives support to your wood as you work. It contains five storage compartments behind three sliding doors. These compartment store screws, bits, drills, clamps, and the jig itself. It can also house the Kreg...
  3. Audio Workstation / Desk

    Finished up an audio workstation for a client who likes poplar (because of color variations). Designed to snugly fit his gear, it features an 8/4 breadboard top with an incomplete half lap x-base in a two-tone finish with an arm-r-seal topcoat.
  4. DIY Router Fence with Above/Below Dust Collection and Micro-Adjustable Fence

    I have been using this fence system for a while and still have not seen another one like it, so I thought I would share it with everyone. The fence mounts to a box that slides within a bigger box. This inner box is spring loaded to the retract position. Wedges/ramps then adjust with a knob in...
  5. Kreg Pocket Hole Jig Workstation

    I am building the last section of a 75" by 11' bookcase entertainment center for my daughter. I am primarily using pocket joinery. I have been using a simple jig I made a while ago to drill the pocket holes. Problem is I have amassed a number of Kreg jig options, including their mini jig for...
  6. Computer Workstations

    I made these workstations for our shop computers at work. They are soft maple and walnut. I bought all 8/4 stock and planed & re-sawed it to get what I needed. This is one project that I seriously underestimated the time it was going to take me, but I am pretty happy with the results.
  7. Fly Tying Workstation Acacia Wood

    Started tying flies recently. Definitely gives me something to do when I'm not fishing and it's 105 degrees here in Texas. Somewhere along the way, I decided to build a fly tying workstation which combines two interests into one project. After experimenting with a temporary setup for a couple...
  8. Mobile Workbench

    Mobile workstation for my table saw, router table, miter saw, and planer. Lots of storage underneath. Top is black melamine.
  9. Mission Style Recording Studio Workstation

    I needed a bigger desk for my composing, so I decided on this design. It's solid hickory except for the legs, which are laminated plywood with a hickory veneer, and the top and keyboard plate which are hickory veneered plywood. The construction features pinned through tenons. The top is...
  10. Handcut Dovetail Box with Sliding Lid for Stanley 45

    My most recent completed handcut dovetail box. It is larger than the others and it is custom built to hold my Stanley 45 combination plane and cutters. It is poplar with a pine sliding lid and pine handles. I used a large chisel to chamfer the lid and give it a "pillowed" look/feel. There is a...
  11. Poplar Plugs & Tusks in Walnut

    A good friend wanted a gift for his brother whom he just stayed with for a visit. He suggested using traditional joinery because the brother is into woodworking. I find miters to be much easier than mortise and tenons. It seems I am always getting something out of square or to big or too small...
  12. Rasket

    This is a very odd project - my daughter raises "tame domesticated rats" - anyway, the critters are not so bad…now onto the project. One of her rats passed away so I quickly (10 minutes!) built a small sealed "Rasket" (Rat Casket) so she could bury it. This is the result. Made from a leftover...
  13. Never Ending Table Saw/Router Workstation Project

    I have been working on this for over 6 months now, and I think it's at a point that I am going to call it complete, but every time I look at it I think of something new I need to add! I wanted a workstation to combine my table saw and router into one large, flat shared area and finally settled...
  14. Screech Owl Intarsia

    I made this Screech Owl Intarsia based upon a pattern by Kathy wise. It uses Wenge, Beech, Sycamore, Walnut, Maple, Ebony, and Yellowheart. It was made as a Christmas present for someone who really likes owls.
  15. Workstation – the heart of my shop

    When I moved in to the new cave (from our living room…) I'd already had its plans in my head - roughly but the functions were clear. Table saw, router table, both with dust collection, table saw sled, fence, drawers and a bit rack with all my drill bits and router bits in the top drawer. Table...
  16. Drill Press Workstation

    I got the idea for this from Busy Dads Workshop..where there is a YouTube video of his Drill Press Workstation. I liked the combination of mounting a bench drill press, storage, and a "docking area" where different devices can be used and secured using toggle clamps. The workstation is buit with...
  17. Tablesaw Workstation

    This project is actually three in one - I've completed the first two parts of it. It comes from a book called "Projects for your Shop" by Matthew Teague. The first project is assembling the box with the three drawers in it. The second project is building the outfeed.The third is finishing with...
  18. Seeing Red

    Since Todd Baron is one of my favorites on this site, I was very excited to get this order. It's a queen size bed and night stand made Eastern Red Cedar. Even the drawers are entirely of cedar. The night stand is 28 inches tall, 25 inches wide and 18 inches deep. The drawers underneath the bed...
  19. DIY Mobile Tablesaw/Router Workstation w/Integrated Dust Collection

    I know there are more than a few garage woodworkers out there. My home has a 21×21 attached garage, so I wanted to design an inexpensive and practical workshop, but without dedicating the space only to woodworking. I found a lot of great ideas on the web, but I couldn't find a complete shop...
  20. X-Carve CNC Workstation

    Well, got my X-Carve, and what CNC machine would be complete without a workstation? The workstation was built like most of my other shop furniture using 3/4" birch plywood. It has 3 drawers for supplies, and a door covering the power supply and controller. The top was a simple MDF torsion box...
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