Once again, members outdid themselves by bringing in some of their latest projects.

Tug Boat by Paul Anderson.

Tug Boat by Paul Anderson.

Paul designed the boat’s cabin to be removable to allow access to the batteries inside.  To allow for the cabin lighting, electrical contacts had to be designed that complete the circuit when the cabin was replaced on the boat.  He says this model has the same problems as a full size boat, and he added he made all the pieces.  The deck is 1/8″ ipe that he cut.

Scroll sawn bird puzzle by Terry Bair.

Scroll sawn bird puzzle by Terry Bair.

 

Guitars by Terry Bair.

Guitars by Terry Bair.

 

John Phillips with a goblet he made.

John Phillips with a goblet he made.

close up of the goblet.

Close up of the rosewood goblet.

Larry Simmons with his plane.

Larry Simmons with his plane.

Ed Goldberg made this table leg with diagonal grain as a mock up for the Krennov cabinet he is building.

Ed Goldberg made this table leg with diagonal grain as a mock up for the Krennov cabinet he is building.

Fretwork plaque by Joe Mathis.

Fretwork plaque by Joe Mathis.

John presented photos of some windows and a pecky cypress ceiling he is working on.

John presented photos of some windows and a pecky cypress ceiling he is working on.

 

Mike presented his microjig, a zero clearance table saw insert fitted for his table saw.  And as has happened numerous times before, Mike moves way to fast to get a photo that is not blurred!

Mike presented his microjig, a zero clearance table saw insert fitted for his table saw. And as has happened numerous times before, Mike moves way to fast to get a photo that is not blurred!

Bowl

Bowl

The law of averages says that this bowl is the buttonwood bowl made by Denny that is listed in my notes.  How can I go wrong?

 

 

A small ladder.

A small ladder.

Content of this post and original photographs provided by Andrew DiLorenzo.