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100_5178.jpg64 views7" board with 10" OC screwsRuby
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IMG_0981.JPGFace Frame back99 viewsThis was a pallet runner. You can see the old nail holes where I ripped right through the empty holes. Nice tanin reaction of the oak. I think there was a jet engine or other big compenent shipped to my Air National Guard unit on the original pallet. Check out the front view to see how dramatic it looks when carefully cut to show the rays.TRexF16
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pewter_mold.jpgpewter mold33 viewshunk of soapstone someone gave me (it was going in the trash otherwise, so how could I say no?). Cut in half, 30 seconds with a hacksaw. Use a forstner bit in the post drill to rough out the circle, followed by a very poor effort at carving a fleur-de-lis.dlarue
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100_4506.JPGshrink pot tools26 viewsSpear & Jackson gouge with long handle, backed up by a big heavy oak mallet. Quirk router to cut the croze for the bottom. Crooked knife (LV 06D10.32), Ben Orford spoon knife. 4" square for reference.dlarue
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post_vise_002.jpgpost vise stand279 viewsFinally got around to doing something with my post vise...roy griggs
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drawknife_and_shave.JPGDrawknife and shave133 viewsI used a beading plane and scrapers to finish this bit of walnut to hold a drawknife and spoke shave.Sgt42RHR
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P1010013.JPGGroup project Low angle plane203 viewsMade from seppelle, Hock ironclintwarren

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shelf3.jpgshelved3 viewsand it stands up!dlarueJul 19, 2017
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shelf2.jpgunfolding1 viewsunfolding the shelves.
I cannot believe I actually cut that many hinge mortices and they all line up!
dlarueJul 19, 2017
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shelf1.jpgfolded shelf unit1 viewsfirst try at some campaign furnituredlarueJul 19, 2017
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WSCT_3-4View027c300res.jpgTom Hall's table19 viewsBeautiful table Tommy Hall built with sapwood edge walnutBrentpmedJul 16, 2017
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WSCT_TopView027c300res.jpgGrain on Tom Hall's table79 viewsBeautiful grain in the top of this table Tommy Hall builtBrentpmedJul 16, 2017
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BB_team_log2leg_done.JPGlegs51 viewslegs on the judges table, master leg on the far left.dlarueMay 22, 2017
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BB_team_log2leg_winners.JPGwinners33 views2017 world champion pole lathe turners, team log-to-leg racedlarueMay 22, 2017
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BB_splitting.JPGsplitting hazel27 viewssplitting and peeling hazel rods to make basket weaving material. dlarueMay 22, 2017

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