The Woodshop Shed

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

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Miter saw stand

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Miter saw standI finally got around to making a stand for my miter saw.
All plywood construction, it has two wings to support long pieces. On castors so I can roll it out to the driveway to make sawdust.



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Navy Grumman E4D Hawkeye Challenge Coin Holder

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Navy Grumman E4D Hawkeye Challenge Coin Holder My son is a Navy avation structural mechanic (AM or airframer) stationed in Japan. He is assigned to a Hawkeye squadron and collects challenge coins like alot of his fellow servicemen. Thought it would be a good Christmas gift if I made him a display rack for his collection. Problem is, I couldn't print a silloette big enough on my printer for the project. So I got my artistic daughter to freehand one for me on poster board. Cut it out and used it to paint a outline on a piece of walnut. Cut it out on the band saw and them used the scroll saw to do the small cutouts. Cut slots 1/4” wide and 1/4” deep. Wasn't pleased with how the coins were sitting so I ran it through and made them about 3/8ths deep and that worked better. Inlaid a maple stripe. The Hawkeye has a distinctive tail section (see last pic) so to add a little demension to the project I added a raised section that sits in one of the slots and is removable for storage and transport. Finished with Danish oil.



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Mail and Key Organizer

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Mail and Key OrganizerCheck out this DIY simple mail and key organizer! Now you can have your mail arranged and your keys always in one place, so you don't need to look for them any longer. Also having small place for plant makes it cozy and lovely. Find the free plans at TheDIYPlan.



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