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The Hammer Family

The Hammer Family

Just had to make another one of these. Only took 50 hours to do. Lost count of the number of nails and tacks. Mahogony frame and vintage hammers. 23"x23"x3

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Fantasy Shop

Fantasy Shop

I try to line my equipment up so it can be used as an out feed table if necessary, Planer being the same height as the workbenchs etc.  I have to raise the heights of some of the equipment to...

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Daves Workshop

Dave's Workshop

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After I retired I moved to Muskoka and built my 28 x 40 dream shop. It has hydronic radiant floor heating that keeps me warm in the winter and a 10 foot ceiling that allows for larger...

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Cutting Gauge and Bowsaw

Cutting Gauge and Bowsaw

The gauge is based on Dean Jansa's copy of one in the Seaton tool chest. The design was a pin marking gauge, but I decided to make a cutting gauge after seeing how smoothly they work. The bowsaw is...

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Restrained

Restrained

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This is an artwork using an old hand drill. It is incased in layers of plywood with mahogony venier on top and mahogony for the base. It is about the economy and people not having enough work or...

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American Gothic, Hammer and nails

American Gothic, Hammer and nails

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This is made with thousands of nails and tacks. It is my version of the art work, "American Gothic" with the farmer, his wife and pitch fork. The hammers are the male and female. The frame is made of...

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A replica of the Benjamin Seaton Tool chest

A replica of the Benjamin Seaton Tool chest

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In 2006 I decided to build a replica of the Seaton tool chest. The chest itself took about nine months working about three hours a day. Another hundred or so hours was spent making some of the...

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Sash Dowelling Boxes

Sash Dowelling Boxes

Sash dowelling boxes were used to hold a sash bar steady while a hole was drilled in the end for a dowel. They were usually made by a craftsman. Methods of holding the bar on the sides include...

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