Built this vise primarily to hold irregular shaped items. The fret filing and the small bit of chisel work on the banjo went quicker and easier with this setup. Vise is made from hem fir with “ultra-suede” jaw faces provided by my wife from her fabric collection – we will see how it wears. The 3/4 inch diameter acme threads with only 6 threads per inch spin freely for quick setup. The jaw opening is 3 1/2 inches, but the threaded rods can be pulled out another 2 inches if needed for a 5 1/2 inch opening.
Another Andy style art box. This one was made for an old friend of mine. The 3/4 inch divit in the inside of the lid is for a 2019 penny. I like to put in a penny for the year it was made, but this time, it took a while to get ahold of a new penny. The wood is purpleheart and holly, and the inside boxes are maple. The monogrammed lid is held on with rare earth magnets.
This is (I believe) called a zen shelf I made via request from a family in South Carolina… Not sure what makes it “zen” but the looks is appealing. It was installed in their master bathroom. Wood is walnut. Sorry, the picture is too fuzzy and I don't have another. Basically, the two shelves are tapered from the outside.