Show us something that you MADE...

Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Ricardo Kuhn, Nov 8, 2009.

  1. silverbandit1

    silverbandit1 Long timer

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    Very Nice!
  2. ER70S-2

    ER70S-2 Long timer

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    Yes, it is stuningly beautiful. :clap I think I'll go have sex now. :evil

    But give the dial-up guys a break, and only quote one pic. :deal
  3. Trophy1298

    Trophy1298 Vicarious Cowboy

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    That bar is very nice. Great job.

    Here are a few of mine.


    Bed made of solid Ash. (What bats are made of in case you didn't know).

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    Made the next two for friends. The guy in the pic is a friend and we have built a few kayaks together.
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    The dog liked my paddle. :lol3
  4. Pablo83

    Pablo83 Sleep, Wrench, Ride

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    I know who to ask if I ever need to borrow a clamp. :lol3

    I think I count 32 in that picture.
  5. josjor

    josjor Long timer

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    Dial up? Really? I didn't even know there was still such a thing. Holy crap! You know it's 2012, right?

    Anywhooo...............I have to agree: Post pics of the build process. That's cool. But you don't have to quote the whole damn build to tell the builder it's cool. It's annoying.

    But dial up? Really?
  6. FatherX

    FatherX Pathmender

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    no doubt...maybe more $ in clamps than wood



    NICE piece too :clap
  7. thebigman

    thebigman bout a dollar 3.98

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    Anytime Pablo , evrybodys else borrows em so why not you , :lol3


    I have maybe 1 or 2 more :evil



    X , you got that right , Dem clamps will putcha in the poor house , just like a motorcycle ,

    but at leat you can make a few coins with the clamps , :D
  8. Patrick46

    Patrick46 visionary

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    Phoenominal workmanship BigMan!!!


    (ya wanna come build some kitchen cabinets for ME???) :deal :lol3
  9. EvilGenius

    EvilGenius 1.5 Finger Discount

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    Awesome!

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  10. HamboneSlim

    HamboneSlim ಠ_ಠ

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    small ball pein hammer; copper, birds-eye maple, rosewood
  11. thebigman

    thebigman bout a dollar 3.98

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    Trophy , Hambone ,

    1st class stuff for sure , :deal :clap :clap
  12. thebigman

    thebigman bout a dollar 3.98

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    Lets Rock and Roll :lol3



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    I'll throw you in a couple of End grain Cutting boards also


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  13. GSWayne

    GSWayne Old Guy nOOb

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    Did you design it first using a CAD system :lol3

    All kidding aside, it is a nice clean design, but you might get frustrated getting the pencils lined up with the second smaller holes.
  14. RedRocker

    RedRocker Native Texican

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    You need to make another hammer you can use, that one should be framed as a work of art. :eek1
  15. Juanjo_NY

    Juanjo_NY Made in Argentina

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    no finished yet, but here is the new table for my espresso set-up!

    rated for at least 95lbs! :)
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  16. Motornoggin

    Motornoggin Two-Bit Throttle Bum

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    I made a test stand for my hot rod engine yesterday. Made entirely from scrap steel, mostly fine Italian steel (Ducati motorcycle crates).:lol3

    I have a radiator to mount yet, plus a battery tray and simple gauge set up.
  17. tgeliot

    tgeliot Topher

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    My folks had a home heated with a wood stove; they had the stove at one end of the living room and the chimney at the other, connected by a long run of flue pipe. Same idea, lower tech.
  18. dorkpunch

    dorkpunch Oops...

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    So I was sitting there at school a few days ago... and suddenly... it hit me. Here's a hint. I think it's fairly obvious. :evil

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  19. EvilGenius

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    Get some small diameter barstock and you can have everyone make their own scribe!
  20. dorkpunch

    dorkpunch Oops...

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    My Dad used to work for John Deere back in the day. He has stories about a "paper shredder" that was build out the back end of a combine... Said the operators would carry out PALLETS of paper to be shredded- by dumping the entire load, pallet and all, into the shredder. Guess it was kind of a running joke to see what you could run through the shredder. Worked great until someone sent a *large* ball bearing through it...

    Don't think this pencil sharpener's going to work too well for metal, although you would not believe some of the things I"ve pulled out of these things. :huh