I just did a MAJOR update to my website. It has been a year or more since I
have done this.
Here are some of the things I added:
To the Furniture Page: www.the-wildings.com/shop/furniture/
Aquarium Stand / Table
Built In Bookshelves / Fireplace Mantle
To the Jigs Page: www.the-wildings.com/shop/jigs/
Dremel Tool Router Base
Zero Clearance Table Saw Insert
Planel Cutting Sled
To the Misc. Projects Page: www.the-wildings.com/shop/misc/
Lionel Train Display Case
Hall Shelf / Coat Rack
Garden Arbor and Trellis's
Finally I added a new section called "Lessons Learned":
On this page I have listed some of the things I have learned in my years of
woodworking. Hopefully some of these can be used by others to prevent some
of the mistakes I have made.
Check it out if you are interested. Please feel free to ask questions about
any of the projects. I love to talk to people about woodworking.
Coming soon: the Entertainment Center that has been a year in the making. I
will try to do a full page on this one with all the details, jigs, etc.
Joe in Denver
my woodworking website:
Great shop and projects and ideas. However, it leaves me depressed
because I only have a little shop in half of my garage. I have but a
fraction of your tools and will never have the means (unless I win
lotto) to have a shop like yours.
I'm so depressed, I think I'll go into my shop and build something to
take my mind off my inferiority.
Wow, Joe, very impressive. I just clicked on the above link, and
started by looking at your sofa table that was a wedding gift. Being
the New Guy, I learn alot by looking at other people's work, and the
way you visually tied the top to the legs w/ that epoxy filled groove,
well, I just went "cool!" Simple stuff like that which doesn't (yet)
occur to me; epoxy inlay :) Neat!
But then I started scrolling down the page - man, what a "body of
work!" I'm 35 and just getting started; I hope I can be even half as
productive of quality furniture over the years I have ahead! You've
been doing this awhile, yes? ;)
: Joe Wilding wrote:
: > To the Furniture Page: www.the-wildings.com/shop/furniture/
: > Sofa Table
: Wow, Joe, very impressive. I
Great job! Loved the jigs and the rosette jig is out of sight - the
regular rosette makers look like something from 15 century torture chamber.
Very helpful -
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