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Location: Norwood, Massachusetts
Life long wood hacker, gives me a chance to vent some creativity. Have assembled a fair basement workshop for an amateur, and in the past year have raised my game on sharpening and learning to use better tools.
Only use a portable table saw at present, but dream of a big solid unit if I get the space and cash.
So shop consists of a jointer, lathe, portable table saw, bend top planer, drill press, and band saw, #8-#7-#5-#4-#3 Bailey hand planes, 4 Millers falls planes, 2 craftsman planes, 6 small planes (3" or shorter, butt, shoulder and luthier planes. bench sander, bench jig saw, many hand saws, and a lot or model plane building specialty stuff.
My real job has been in healthcare for the past 20 years, but my heart is in my workshop. I have built for gifts or sold;
5 cradles, one out of purple heart
5 jewelry boxes (marquetry)
2 Rocking horses
2 wine racks
In my home I have built for our own use
1 - 7' tall hutch (maple trim and birch ply frame)
2 - end tables and one under TV entertainment center both out of 125 year old spruce
Bedroom set, desk, chest, wall unit, full size bed frame
Kitchen center island with 4 cabinets and faux granite top
16x22 deck out back
and countless other projects when asked for friends and family..
-- David, Norwood Mass, email@example.com
|added project||Corner Hutch||164 days ago|
|commented on||Build a Finger Joint Jig||167 days ago|
|replied on||Stanley Bailey planes: How to remove the "Y" adjusting lever and the lateral adjusting lever?||225 days ago|
|replied on||cleaning sanding belts||228 days ago|
|commented on||Handplane Restoration #23: Stanley Bedrock 603 Type 6||228 days ago|
|signed up||xraydav's Profile||343 days ago|