The Woodshop Shed

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

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Box built for granddaughter.

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Box built for granddaughter.Hand cut dovetails, Combination of woods. Purpleheart, Walnut for the tray, Maple for the sides. I can't remember what the lid was made of next to the purpleheart. Memory box for Granddaughter.



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Swedish Trestle Table

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This classic design is at home in settings both rustic and modern. PROJECT #2007 Skill Level: Intermediate Time: 4 days Cost: $500 My home is a 150-year-old farmhouse situated in the middle of Cincinnati, Ohio. When it …Source

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Festool TID 18 and T18+3-E Review

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Tool: TID 18 impact driver Buy Now T18+3-E drill/driver Buy Now  Manufacturer: Festool MSRP: Starting at $199 for bare tool Premium Impact Driver and Drill Like all power tool companies, Festool is continuing to improve its battery …Source

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Vacuum press I built back in 2012

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Vacuum press I built back in 2012Built this vacuum pump and system and made my own bag and platen.



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A Pair Of Simple Edge Grain Cutting Boards

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A Pair Of Simple Edge Grain Cutting Boards I know that these aren't the most complex cutting boards that are out there. They are made from maple, cherry and walnut. No intricate patterns or frills (ie juice grooves and rubber feet) but they are flat, smooth and pleasing to the eye. The last cutting board I made was 38 years ago in a fully equipped high school wood shop (which I still have). I'm especially proud of the maple used in these boards, I milled it from a very rough piece of maple that wasn't remotely square and varied in thickness from less than 3/4 on one corner to well over an inch elsewhere. I cut the finger grooves with a 1/2 rabbeting bit with my DeWalt plunge router. I also used it to chamfer and round over the edges. This was a great way to start out my journey into the finer aspects of woodworking. A little side note, I managed to break my left foot a few days after starting this project, quite a sight for the neighbors to see me wheeling around my garage on my Knee Scooter. The boards were sanded down to 220grit, grain raised then hand sanded back down to 220grit. I finished them with about 6 coats of mineral oil and then a final coat of Walrus Oil cutting board finish.



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