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Walnut and Copper Beer Caddy

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Walnut and Copper Beer CaddyI build this walnut and copper beer caddy for a beer enthusiast neighbor who did my son a big favor. Fun, easy project.I've uploaded a build video here:https://youtu.be/7x_NxMMkKYIThanks for looking.Cheers,Paul



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Cherry Twin Size Bed

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Cherry Twin Size BedTwin size cherry bed used dominos and pocket screws for the bed rail mounting. Only glued one side of the biscuit so the bed can be broken down if need be. Finished with danish oil. Thanks for looking.



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I Like This Wish It Was My Idea

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I Like This Wish It Was My IdeaOkay, not really, not my idea, but I didn't come up with it. I saw it in an email I subscribe to from “Wood Magazine” on “Woodworking Tips and Ideas” or something like that. Anyway, a while back I did some upgrades to my table saw to mainly make it safer and more convenient to use. It included making a new fence rail for it because I added an extension to the right side of the saw. The fence rail is a piece of 2” x 3” steel tube. The original rail had plastic covers to cover the ends of the tube, but they did not fit my new rail. This Tip from Wood Mag. was perfect. Make a little slide out drawer that fits into the tube. It is a nice little pencil box…. I am always looking for a pencil when I am using the saw….. I love this!!Now I will make one for the other end. It will hold my tools I need to change my zero clearance inserts, splitters and blade on the table saw..



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Lonely Walnut Bowl

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Lonely Walnut BowlI made this bowl for my friend Roger, the wood cutter. He is always cutting trees up into firewood and he saved 8 walnut logs for me so I made this out of the first ones I processed. I made 8 bowl blanks out of 2 logs and I turned this one right away and it warped but did not crack. It is 5 3/4” x 6” and 2 1/2” high. It is finished with Danish oil and clear lacquer and then buffed and waxed.I call it the lonely bowl because I took 7 blanks to school and none of the kids touched them for 3 days and they all cracked so I scrapped them all. From now on I'll rough out 4 bowls right way and then take them to school after they dry a bit. I wanted them to get the feeling of cutting green wood instead of that dry stuff they use all the time.Cheers, Jim



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