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My Gallery

This Gallery of mine is set up for the fastest loading. All of the projects are on thier own page with thumbnail images. If you click on any of these images a "full size" image will magically appear in a new window. Soon to come is another page that has it all in one continuous document. This is how I originally set up this gallery but since most people viewing this gallery do not have an ADSL connection I discovered that page loading took too long.



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This work desk is a page detailing my workdesk storage cabinet. I use the desk part for fly tying and reloading. It has ample storage to fit these needs and has some unique construction details. Like most of my projects it was designed and built by me to fill my needs.



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Our Entertainment center is made of red oak plywood trimmed with solid red oak. The drawers house our vhs, cd, and dvd collections. They feature dovetail construction and have shop made hardwood drawer slides. The molding profiles are my adaptation of what has been used for years by many different craftsmen. A very large project; small page.



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Assorted Shop Furniture is a page detailing fixtures made for my wood shed. Starts with an informative article dealing with the dreaded 'kickback.' This picture shows the centerpiece of my shop, my Ryobi BT3000 Precision Woodcutting System. This table saw is no longer sold but an up-dated version, the BT3100 is available at Home Depot and Sears also has a version under their Craftsman line. Be sure to visit my Links Page for some great links where BT3K owners gather and share tips.



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This page has instructions for using the Porter-Cable 12" dovetail machine. The concepts expressed will work with any of the half-blind dovetail jigs currently on the market of the same basic type.



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This page has information on my pistol box. Although not mandatory for competitive bullseye pistol shooting it does make the game more fun and less frustrating. The case is made of birch and Baltic birch plywoods and features dovetail construction. It also has some really trick latches!




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This page has details about the gunstock checkering which I've done. If you like fine firearms then this is a must see!





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These pages have details about the jigs which I've made and some that I use. Including my Tenon Jig and Router fence, plus a handy tap and drill chart.



Created on ... February 13, 2003