The Woodshop Shed

adventures in woodworking and home maintenance, from my shop in an oversized backyard shed

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Key Fobs

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Key FobsTo go with the Key/Phone Caddy these fobs make good use of those bits you just can't throw away.
I start with a blank 2” x 2” x 1/2”, drill a hole at one corner and then
put it in the G3 lathe chuck and hollow it out. Bowl turning 101
I then set the band saw at 10 degrees and shape the outside.
I also made some out of plastic and polished them with a small buffer mounted in a drill chuck of the lathe.
Dan



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Cutting board. Laminated

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Cutting board. LaminatedHello everyone.
A project always useful and that I like. Not too much merit, more than the choice of wood colors, and the patience to glue the parts; and then sand everything.
All hardwoods, so hard work is taking to the same level. I do this “by eye” and with a common rotary sander.
The woods are: guayovira, quebracho colorado, quebracho blanco, grapia and anchico.
I particularly liked the ends that I lowered so that they serve to grab.
I hope you like them!
Until next time.
Greetings from Argentina



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Cole Rocking Chair for 2X Box Store Scraps

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Cole Rocking Chair for 2X Box Store ScrapsThis is certainly my biggest woodworking accomplishment yet beside my continuing home reno. Not sure the house always counts a woodworking though. This is constructed completely from the 2X Cull lumber scrap bin from the BORG. So probably some kind of SPF. Its a Cole Rocking Chair from Mr. Cole's website. Easy enough to Google. After a lot of lamination, a heck of a lot of time with a grinder, a heck of a lot more time with a sander, and a quick coat of boiled linseed oil. Its finally done. For the full build which I have documented pretty much every step of the way, the link is below.So glad and proud its done.https://www.lumberjocks.com/topics/202450#reply-5230037



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