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Found 107 results

  1. honesttjohn

    Cutting the frame

    From the album: Construction Truck

    Actually, I didn't have to use the CNC to cut any of the parts. But, they were all uniform, the holes lined up, and I'm sure it saved some time doing it all by hand, and risking just being a little off - especially the holes that the dowel rods had to go thru connecting the right side to the left side. Besides, I had wanted to see if I could make parts that actually made something.
  2. honesttjohn

    Appreciation Plaque

    From the album: Patriot Work

    Lady at the fundraiser saw this, won it, and had me finish it for her 92 year old Dad.
  3. honesttjohn

    More pieces put together

    From the album: Construction Truck

    Found it easier to put sections together and then assemble the sections together
  4. honesttjohn

    Started the front part

    From the album: Construction Truck

    Started assembling the rest of it. The parts actually went together pretty good, since they were all cut according to the plans, and sized correctly.
  5. From the album: Construction Truck

    Started with the main frame. Since I've never done this before and it was for my grandson, I used Titebond Ultimate and then used construction screws for good measure. I don't think I needed the screws cause the glued up parts were really solid. If I make any more of these, I'll just clamp and glue. This was going to take a while to make just a single unit, but if the parts were all cut and available, with knowing what fit where I may make a few more to try and sell. I won't put Caterpillar out of business, that's for sure.
  6. honesttjohn

    Started with the wheels

    From the album: Construction Truck

    Got some hard maple boards, files loaded in the CNC, and a plan to make my 18 month old grandson a toy truck. This thing makes great wheels. The axle holes are all the same size and centered. I have to cut 8 of these which will make 4 double wide construction tires. I guess I could have bought them, but I'd never know then, would I. Everything will be cut from 1" hard maple, except the dowels (which were bought), and the box, which will be cut from some poplar panels I have on hand. This way the sides and bottom will be one piece when cut out.
  7. honesttjohn

    Parts all cut out

    From the album: Construction Truck

    These are all the parts cut out, using the CNC. Hope they fit. Sure seems like a lot of parts for a simple toy truck.
  8. honesttjohn

    Name Sign

    From the album: from honesttjohn's Lab

    Couple of 1 x 6 oak boards glued up -- Great gift
  9. honesttjohn

    Display Shelf

    From the album: from honesttjohn's Lab

    I took plain 1 x 8 oak boards and added a couple touches to it. Lady wanted something to display her great grandkids pictures on. Measures about 36 inches long and 32 inches high. Probably could even be hung on a wall for a display rack. Golden oak stain and 4 coats of gloss poly.
  10. honesttjohn

    Housewarming gift

    From the album: from honesttjohn's Lab

    Was asked to do a housewarming gift for a lady. She wanted a little humor in it if possible.
  11. honesttjohn

    For Mom

    From the album: from honesttjohn's Lab

    Can add any text you want. #1 Mom, Best Wife, ***********'s Garden, or ...........
  12. honesttjohn

    Shop sign

    From the album: from honesttjohn's Lab

    This is something that I came up with when I first got my machine just trying to get used to it. Now I can say this is where it starts!!
  13. honesttjohn

    Custom oak sign

    From the album: from honesttjohn's Lab

    Guy is restoring a 54 (or 55) GMC pick up. Sign was for his company, started by his late father.
  14. honesttjohn

    Shop Sign

    From the album: from honesttjohn's Lab

  15. honesttjohn

    Old School Tools

    From the album: from honesttjohn's Lab

    I even know the names of these things since I've used them many many years
  16. honesttjohn

    Wedding/Anniversary Plaque

    From the album: from honesttjohn's Lab

    Can put any text desired. Rings can be eliminated. I have a few different variations of this. Glued up a couple pieces of 3/4 x 1 x 12 of Baltic birch boards on sale at Menards.
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