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  1. Hi All, I made this item about 40 years ago. I don't have a photo, but here's a Sketchup model made yesterday. I'm not sure what to call it, but this is on the inside wall just next to the back door. It is for keys, gloves, mail and miscellaneous things. It was very handy. Again, not a woodworker so I put it together with finishing nails and spackle. Also, below is one of my paintings, "Old Glory." This is the best time of year to show it. Dan
  2. I am looking for the little final that goes on top of the key chain. I have used up all the kits that I once found on clearance on the web. I make rifle casing key chain using the rifle casing and a real bullet in the bottom. I need to make several for a craft she coming up next month. I hate to uh the whole kit just for one piece. I have everything else needed. So any suggestions as to where I can get them?
  3. While waiting for some finish to dry today, I decided to upgrade my 30 year old miter key jig that's starting to get worn. In addition, I read an article recently about making a jig to cut spline mortises in box corners. And I've admired using dovetail keys on corners. So off we go. Raided the pile of plywood cutoffs. Glue is still drying so the thru cuts will be done when I need to use them for the first time. (in my terminology, a key is across the joint line and is visible, so I use contrasting wood. A spline is inside the glue line and is not usually visible from the outside) One for keys that are straight. I can use a rip blade for 1/8" keys, or a dado set for something larger. One for the router table for straight or dovetail keys. I will remove the fence and the guides will slide in the miter gauge slot And one for stopped splines. Put down stops and drop the piece into the bit and side to the other stop.
  4. I have been working at clearing out some of my old wood that was too good to toss but not able to build much else with it. The wood is Madron that I have had for a number of years on the side of my house. It was wood that had originally been air dried as opposed to kiln dried so it got some beetles in them that have left a number of holes and tunnels in. The Madron wood has some really great grain which really needed to be shown off. So I cut up the wood and made a few Coat/Hat racks with the larger pieces and some Necklace/Key racks to sell to help with our travel expenses for our Midwest trip in July. The hardware on the Coat/Hat racks are from Hobby Lobby and I have some D-rings on the back 16" apart to hang on studs as they will hold more weight. The Necklace/Key racks have those alligator clips to hang on screws since they are light weight and some 3/4" cup hooks from Home Depot. With the exception of the 2 darker stained Necklace/Key racks (which I used a darker stain on) the finish for all the pieces was done using Watco Danish Oil in Natural Color to bring out the grain and then a "Wipe On Poly" for the top coat. Not a difficult project but it did take me some time in between dealing with normal day-today stuff going on around the house.
  5. From the album: Remote Caddie

    Using alignment key for dry fit

    © Lewis Kauffman

  6. From the album: Remote Caddie

    Alignment Key for glueup

    © Lewis Kauffman

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