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Farm house Kitchen Remodel

Here are some photos of a recent farm house kitchen remodel. I brought in some help for this one. As you will see in the progress photos we did a substantial remodel. Demo, new ceiling and can lights, drywall, paint, Custom painted cabinets and...

Retirement Shadow box

This is my FIRST and hopefully not my last shadow box I made for a friend retiring from 28 years in the military. I really enjoyed making this and I hope to make many more. I hope you like it.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

May you be filled with the joy and excitement of the season, and the hope of a new year. Christmas vector created by BiZkettE1 – www.freepik.com

Horn Speakers #4: Marking and More Cutting

This is one of the two 90% finished horns being made. Last time the square segments were marked out and cut into wedges according to the pattern. Now it’s time to mark out for cutting in the scroll saw. This marking was for an earlier...

Oddities in wood /patterns

A few years ago I sent in an article about a bird that I found in a piece of wood, today I came across the lost dog, I guess you could say he barked up the wrong tree. please share any oddities that you have found. when I was working in the...

Horn Speakers #3: Cutting the Wedges to fit the pattern

Here is a teaser so you can get an idea of the size of the horns. Keep in mind that there will be trumpet like ends attached to the horns. I will be making these ends with plywood rings similar to segmented turnings and turn them on my lathe. ...

THANK YOU

I would like to thank you for the Member of the week. With all of the great woodworkers on here, it was a huge surprise that I was picked for this honor. Again Thank you very much.

Horn Speakers #2: Time for the rubber to hit the road

After figuring out that I needed about 56 square pieces of 3/4" plywood all cut to different sizes I marked them out on a baltic birch platter. I had some half of full size platters in the right dimension. Unfortunately I didn’t have room to...

Horn Speakers #1: First Steps

My son was searching for unusual speakers on the web and he found a nautilus seashell style that he liked similar to this one. Most were molded with some type of plastic. The one shown below was 3D printed except for one which was made of...

WoodworkingWeb Collaboration - Christmas 2019 #1: Announcement

I thought it would be a good idea to celebrate WoodworkingWeb restart together with the celebration of the Christmas season. No, there are no fancy prizes, no glorious fame… This is a call for a nice little collaboration by giving gratitude to...