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  1. Lots happening with our turners this week... Our Patriot Turners- @FrederickH posted a project in the woodworking section. He is making a box for his lathe chuck/jaws. From all the comments and ideas, I thought maybe our turners would like to see what he made and all the other ideas form his post- You can see the build and how he finished the inside to hold his chuck- @Smallpatch showed us his in progress steady rest. Looks like it is going to be a nice one too- Jess' post contains images of his build, lots of commen
  2. using up the Ash leftovers.....resaw didn't quite go smoothly....issues with a pushstick getting nicked by the tablesaw blade....hand is about healed up... Goal is a "Desktop Organizer" something like Paul Sellers made a while back.... Except there will be a pair of drawers at the bottom. Split right in the center by a divider....( don't have a large enough scrap for ONE drawer front..) Not sure about the bottom details, yet.. May do a molding around the outside, instead of just a solid piece of Ash....We'll see.. Sorted through a stash of sl
  3. Found a piece of mahogany about 2" x 4" x 30" in my wood storage and decided to make some hexagonal boxes. I read about these again recently in a vintage FWW article by Jim Cummings and I have a (VCR) video of the same era on the same. So I re-sawed the wood about 7/16 thick and beveled the edges. Then cut each strip into 6 pieces, avoiding a giant knot. Five on one side of the knot and the sixth on the other. Then to make a plywood bottom. I channeled my Jr. High math class to use compass and straight edge to map it out. Then cut dados that are 3/16" deep and 5mm wide wit
  4. From the album: Gene's Stuff

    Sagebrush rounds, or oysters were glued to 1/2" plywood and leveled with a router jig. Voids between the rounds were filled with turquoise and epoxy.
  5. My Dad is a member of a K-9 Search and Rescue team. lately he has been getting more stuff for base camp operations, one of which is coordinating the search on a map. The maps need weights to hold them down. So Dad bought these really nice brass weights. Two magnifiers, one clock and one compass. But they did not offer a box to put them in. Made this box and lined it with foam I had saved from various shipping boxes. Took some time to get it all cut out and supported but it came out pretty good. The middle dividers are a sandwich of one layer of foam, some 5mm plywood and then another la
  6. I'm still working on these jewelry boxes. There are lots of first time things going on with these boxes for sure..This box was the goat so I have a few things I wanted to see for my self. I had nothing on paper just in my head. It is sitting there with 4 screws holding all the pieces together so I could exchange things and then put it all back together. In a round about way this is almost like the rest of the carving I do. Like I have different carvings , some up and others down and one end is different that the other. Some of the pieces was in the wood pile from things I built from
  7. In an odd moment or two, I though there would be a better way to make a jig for box joints rather than the jump over a spacer version that you can use on a router table or table saw with dado blade. I figured if I made a jig with a bunch of guides of the same width and just ran a zero-clearance router bearing router bit down each side, I'd get well-matching finger joints. With that in mind, I cobbled the jig below. Ripped a piece of maple and glued it together, offsetting each side. Stop block at the end and just a piece in the middle to hold it down. You can do two adjacent sides i
  8. It’s the end of Sept so for me I start getting the Xmas present stash going. My usual is ice cream scoops, salt and pepper mills and bowls. Today I didn’t have a lot of time so rather then get involved in the latest cabinet project I turned a handle for an ice cream scoop. I actually found a relative that doesn’t already have one. I have been giving them out for years. Of all the items I make they are by far the most popular and quickest to make. Usually less than an hour start to finish. This one is cherry. Paul
  9. I made Shaker berry boxes for a few Christmas presents this year. Four of the boxes have cherry sides and maple handles & bottoms. The fifth box is made from all poplar. The sides and handle are 1/8” thick and the bottoms are ¼” thick. The construction is 1/8” x 1/8” box joint. The finish is two coats shellac. Danl
  10. Our woodturning club does demos and the coffee drinkers always want a pot ready and not to fire up the big meeting pot. I found a small Mr. Coffee at a thrift store for 5 and decided it needed a box for storage. Have all these ply cutoffs from the house next door so materials are free. I have never been too good with 45 degree joints but since this will be painted not a real problem. Finally found a use for this Gripperrr I got from estate sale and I can say i was surprised at how well it performed. Test fit looked great Looks li
  11. So....I still have a set of Pipe Thread Taps..and a single Die...that also would like a box to call their own.. . Will select the best out of the "extras"...and go with a 6 pc set of taps....1/8", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4" and 1".....and hauled those to the shop....extras went into a drawer in the Small Tool tool chest. Set them out onto a backer board, and arrange things a bit....kind of stair-stepped them out.....needed to find a good angle to set things up at....so... Needed to reach a ways...Then ripped apart a pine 1 x 4 scrap....lots of cuttin-n-fittin going
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