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  1. All items here are turned . Gift items , bowls , ornaments, toys, hollow forms, unique turned wooden gifts. We turn items from wood having sentimental value for a permanent memory. When that tree is ready to come down call us for estimates.
  2. Ok Patriot Woodworker's,how'd yall do! What did Santa bring you and your shop! We had a pretty mellow Christmas this year, mama and me promised each other we'd not exchange gifts, but we did manage a couple nice ones for our kids. An Ipod 5h Gen for our youngest girl along with some books she wanted. Then we got a set of books that our oldest girl wanted, she loves the Bill O'reilly series of killing books, Killing Lincoln, Killing Patton etc. So we set her up with those and she wanted some books by William Buckley and a hand full of other books. So now she can go to school armed to the teeth for debates. Our boy scored some nice clothes and books. All went well, and we had a great time all the while not losing sight of the reason for the season. I have the greatest gift in the world, a healthy family (but for me, dealing with this incredible cough and flu!), and you guys! Thank you Patriot Woodworkers and staff for being here, and helping and contributing to our community. Let us not forget those who have served our country and paid the ultimate price, and let us not forget those families who are putting out a place mat at the table tonight for their deployed soldier or lost loved one. So, how about you all, any cool tools or machines that ended up under the tree this year?
  3. For the last half dozen years or so I have been making ball and cup games and taking them to the volunteers at the local Akron Children's Hospital. This year I decided to change it up and make Harry Potter wands. I have a dozen done so another dozen to go. Made them from some 5/8" birch dowels 48" long. Each one yields four wands. The handle comes from some spindles I salvaged from a crib I saw on garbage day some years ago. Each spindle yields four handles so they work well with the dowels. Here is the dozen done so far. There are seven similar ones and that is the design I am going with. I guess there is no exact model for them.
  4. View File Workbench Magazine Jan-Feb 1967 Chest For Doll Clothes This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use. Submitter John Morris Submitted 03/16/2018 Category Wooden Toys  
  5. Version 1.0.0

    2 downloads

    This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use.
  6. Put things away when I get done....yeah...right.... See anyone you know? But wait, there is more.. One more time? Some things do get put away, though.. Couple open spots....I put a few things away..and something else takes their place.. But...it at least had some work to do... That steel ruler? Not just a yardstick.....a Tinner used it when making all sorts of "tin cans" I managed to get a little work done, today...inspite of the mess......
  7. A while back I got a set of plans for a kids rocking dinosaur. It was printed on both sides of a large piece of paper and folded like a road map. The parts were "traceable" as advertised, BUT large pieces of carbon paper were required and the various parts had lines that crisscrossed each other all over the place. To keep the original plans I tried making a copy but that turned out to be a mess. Then I got a bright idea and sent it off to MEBCWD to see if he could work his magic and turn it into a CNC file. He emailed me a file back that showed up like this. Mike is good with Aspire. He's even better than good, and ...... reasonable. $$ well spent. Got busy cutting parts out of 1" panels and 2 x 12's Parts are cut out!!! I took the edge off the exposed edges with a round over bit and did a little (very little) sanding. The rockers were just mirrored, so they were exactly alike. A cut up piece of 1 x4 and the platform was made. Now the big test. Will the parts all go together. So far so good! A couple of minor adjustments and the dino fit on the platform. There's 2 - 2 1/2 " construction screws in each foot driven in from the bottom. Mixed up some Rustoleum Hunter Green and Gloss White paint and made a mess. You can saw a wooden ball in half and make fancy eyes or cheat like I did and go to Michaels. The mouth is just painted on. It could be Vcarved if you wanted to do the two sided carving step. Advantage of using the CNC --- all the parts are as exact as you need for assembly. The band saw was never turned on. Each part is exactly the same allowing you to make 3-4-5 units at a time. Or, as many as desired, even if it's just one. Sanding is minimal. More on the finishing surface than the edges. Once you have a file on a thumb drive, you save it and bring it out whenever needed.
  8. 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.
  9. honesttjohn

    More pieces put together

    From the album: Construction Truck

    Found it easier to put sections together and then assemble the sections together
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. Tuned up the saws yesterday. They got new blades, too. So, I’ve got a few to send out for sharpening. Most are Tenryu blades. Fine blades. One is a Diablo. Don't think I'll be that stupid again. They're just not up to snuff. My sharpening guy will probably chastise me. Pulled the rough walnut for the rifle case prototype. Got some of it trued. Today, the rest gets done. Think I’ll divide the top into three raised maple panels with a couple flat dividers. Not sure yet. The corners will get dovetail keys. Probably maple, as well. Might have some pictures later.
  15. Version 1.0.0

    11 downloads

    This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use.
  16. View File Workbench Magazine 1966 May-June, Tank Car Toybox This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use. Submitter John Morris Submitted 01/04/2017 Category Wooden Toys  
  17. Version 1.0.0

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    This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use. Got kids! Even if you don't this Locomotive Toybox chest will bring out the kid in any woodworker. I thought this would be a fun one to publish here today, basic construction, and perhaps this will end up in a child's life by Christmas! Have fun!
  18. View File Workbench Magazine 1962 Jan-Feb Locomotive Toybox This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use. Got kids! Even if you don't this Locomotive Toybox chest will bring out the kid in any woodworker. I thought this would be a fun one to publish here today, basic construction, and perhaps this will end up in a child's life by Christmas! Have fun! Submitter Courtland Submitted 09/13/2015 Category Furnishings
  19. have a friend who wants to give her husband a wooden 18 Wheeler,likeone w/all the details on it,so if anyone knows someone who does them,and now onto house.finally got all the windows framed,so now its onto the baseboards(OH my achein back),the do some framin in the Hallway,ay lest its small,when done w/that then its on to the shop got some installtionso will be puttin that up an the OSB for the walls(wife asked why didnt i use sheetrock)told her cant hang stuff on sheetrock like u can on OSB.so will takepics of everything an post them,now to soak in a HOT bath to relive back pain an legs.so yall have a GreatWeek
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