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    I recently had the privilege of traveling to Tennessee and learning how to make this chair from Charles Brock. It was an amazing experience and the things I learned there will help me for the rest of my life. Plus I came out with a beautiful chair!
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    My son and I just finished his new guitar. It is black walnut with 6 coats of tung oil.
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    From the album: Christmas Gifts 2014

    My son loves to play guitar and dabble with cooking. I thought this might fit the bill? Made of walnut, cherry and maple scrap material. He really loved it.
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    From the album: 28" Try Plane

    © Scott Meek Woodworks

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    The perfect stool for my little girl to use to wash her hands and brush her teeth.
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    This past weekend, my wife and I participated in a local handmade craft show. It was a great success. I had right at 72 pieces. All but 6 were sold by days end. Show was from 10 am to 5 pm.
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    A little over a year ago I was commissioned to build a replica of the writing desk form the hobbit movies. I used behind the scenes pictures I was given by a film student from hollywood who commissioned the piece. It took about three months and was made to match the original meticulously. You can see more of it here; http://www.custommade.com/lotr-movie-replica/by/bearkatwood/

    © Brian Noel

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    From the album: Art Deco Roubo by Tumblewood Creations

    The right side image. The bench is an absolute joy to use!

    © Tumblewood Creations

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    From the album: Shop stuff

    2 x 6 post drilled at an angle for 3/4" dowels. 3 sections with join to a base with casters. Easy to disassemble and hang on the wall.
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    From the album: Shop Furniture

    3 large shop cabinets, this was my intro into woodworking using joinery skills. Spruce with birch ply for the doors. Akeda jig for the dovetails. Water base matte polyurethane finish. This project was a first for a lot of things.
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    From the album: A box to store my personal stuff

    This was my first time to mill my own lumber and If you have the opportunity and space to do so, do it! It was a blast. It's also way cool to watch your lumber come off the mill and stack and sticker it up. The hard part is waiting to use it.
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    From the album: Random Stuff

    The top image is of an old cart axle I found during a site survey. While discussing the work with the client I noticed an axle at the back of the barn. I highlighted it and we had a chat about our firms roots in the wheelwright business. The next day the client phoned me and said he went into the barn, turned over the axle and found my name on it! I was delighted to find this as nearly all of the old carts are long gone. The old sign my Great Grandfather first sign he had made when he started the business in 1926. He completed a six year apprenticeship with a local business. He was then a wheelwright during the Great War stationed in Greece. Needless to say I am delighted to have both these old artifacts from my family past on display where I work
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    From the album: Incidental Pieces

    This piece was designed for my boss that is retiring. The three gauges are from an old blower door, the type he used in his early days as a home auditor. They are used to pressure test houses. We use a DG700, digital manometer, now. The face is aluminum, textured with 100 grit on an orbital sander, the edge banding is walnut shop veneer. All is finished with a Valspar Enamel.
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    From the album: Forum requested photos of my hand tool cabinet

    View of the internals. Hanging cleats are simply screwed on, they can be moved at will. The big silver can is dessicant.
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    From the album: utilitarian objects

    There are 2 secret compartments in this jewelry box - that was my favorite part of the design.
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    From the album: utilitarian objects

    Cherry, mahogany and walnut (and stained glass) make up this jewelry box made for a client who wanted something 'different' for his wife.
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    From the album: Stuff I've Made

    http://mcglynnonmaking.wordpress.com/tag/plane-adjusting-hammer/
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    From the album: Tools I've made

    Shop made Grooving plane. All hand made except for the screws.
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    From the album: My attempts

    This is a small box made out of Cherry and Poplar, the plans came from WOOD magazine.
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    From the album: My finest moments

    Solid walnut with cherry and maple herringbone inlay on the top. The legs are wedged through mortises. The finish is oil and wax.
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