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Tom Paulley presented a slide show about how he crafted a flip-top cart for a small shop. Tom researched various designs from YouTube channels then picked and chose what worked best for him.
Mark Bolinger showed a video from his YouTube channel addressing “Does Skewing the Plane Lower the Cutting Angle”. Mark explained in greater detail.
|Toy Challenge presentors, Andy Tofuri, Bill Harris, and Norm Nichols. Toy Challenge this month was puzzles.|
Norm Nichols - My scrap pile overflowth! To eliminate some I decided to do a bandsaw box. Pieces of like thickness were laminated together, sanded flat, stacked, and glued in layers. Two coats lacquer topped with two coats hard wax. Drawers lined with Flockit.
|David Janowitz - Platter, wands, bottlestoppers, and ice cream scoops. Projects made of Osage orange, pomegranate, mesquite, pear, blackwood, and mahogany.||Mark Bolinger - Scratch awl of sycamore.||George Graves - Scroll saw trivet of mahogany and gentleman's chest of oak.|
|Hugh Parker - Boxes of Mesquite||
Mike Hardy - Walnut and olivewood wall cabinet, based loosely on a design by Mike Pekovich. The dovetail and through tenon joinery are hand cut (mostly). The back is shiplapped walnut slats, and has a French cleat for hanging. The door closes with a ball catch. The interior is finished with shellac, and the exterior with Osmo Polyx-oil.
|Dan Schmoker - Four bowls, one of maple and three of walnut.||
Dave VanDewerker - I made a few heart shaped
boxes from a Steve Goode pattern. The bodies are about 1-1/2” maple and
the top and bottom are 1/4” white oak. The white oak are from a winery,
we think they were used in a wine press.
|Denis Muras - Wooden animals of plywood.|
|Bill Harris - Tree||Mike Turner - Four-outlet box and desk light, both of pine.||Rick Spacek - US Navy plaque and scroll sawed jaguar, mesquite and unknown.|
|David Janowitz - Table of curly maple, blackwood, and mahogany.|
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