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PRESENTOR
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   150.JPG (416933 bytes)  Is this just a bookcase or does it open the door to a magical mystery tour or maybe the Hogwarts depot?  Navigate by the stars or follow this link.  L1020070.JPG (86664 bytes) L1020073.JPG (103318 bytes) Steve Procter talked to members about how he customized the architectural millwork in his home by using a combination of purchased moldings, home-shop made molding and judicious use of MDF. For a collage of photos just click right here.
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SHOW and TELL PROJECTS
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          Fretwork picture frame of red oak by Norm Nichols.  For finishing Norm dipped the frame in a tub of stain then topped off with polyurethane.

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Mark Sweigart explains how he crafted a replacement wood handle for this old drill brace.     L1020069.JPG (77054 bytes) L1020080.JPG (126120 bytes)
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              L1020053.JPG (134527 bytes) L1020054.JPG (148173 bytes)  L1020056.JPG (155595 bytes) L1020077.JPG (102207 bytes) Gary Rowen crafted this young man's elephant jewelry box for the son of a dear friend of his who's son is having his bar mitzvah.  The boy is "crazy" about elephants...maybe that portends a "big" future for him??  Gary purchased the hand-carved wooded elephant.  Gary explained that he forgot to consider the height of his bandsaw when he carved the elephant so, as a result, he had to drill out then router to clean up the inside part.
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Charlie Sembera holds a jig he crafted that can be used to hold a piece of wood up.  As you can see the height is adjustable.  hmmmm...I thought this was a new fancy toy.

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             L1020059.JPG (331018 bytes)  L1020084.JPG (144381 bytes) The "cat's meow" shows off well in this intarsia tiger head by Steve Wavro. 
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         L1020087.JPG (104920 bytes)  Cliff Ober shows off some old planes and some newer ones and some useful plane making tools available on the market.  Cliff also showed club members his tile piece set in wood.   L1020066.JPG (130079 bytes) L1020067.JPG (143000 bytes) L1020068.JPG (101483 bytes) L1020065.JPG (218485 bytes)
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L1020063.JPG (176133 bytes) L1020064.JPG (218832 bytes)L1020094.JPG (69166 bytes) L1020097.JPG (83802 bytes)          Dave Kissinger's carved fisherman can certainly keep tabs on the time with Dave's walnut clock.  Or is it just "time" to fish?
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             Jeremy Grubb wows members with his beautifully crafted table.  To view more photos of his table, please click here.  TED_6645.jpg (592649 bytes) L1020099.JPG (102329 bytes)
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