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Can anyone tell me what router bit profile this would be?
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6/30/15
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Clients were thrilled, install was nearly flawless and done before noon. Close the book on that project!!! "Ka-BooYah"!!!

If you're a Bluefield local or will be passing through be sure to check out the Bluefield Yarn Company in Downtown Bluefield, WV!!! Downtown Bluefield... #prayingforacomeback
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6/28/15
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One more coat of finish on this Point of Sale countertop and then it'll be time to install it. Hope the client is satisfied!
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6/28/15
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Installed the 8'x5' point of sale (POS) base cabinet at the Bluefield Yarn Company last night. Maple plywood, ash edge banding, walnut accents and weathered poplar exterior. Soft close full extension drawer guides for the multifunction printer. Custom sized dividers for other POS equipment. Client was pleased with the final product. Now I have finish the solid ash countertop.
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6/5/15
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Here's my most recent completed project. I did it for a colleague and friend. He played baseball from peewee to college and had collected various game balls throughout his career as keepsakes. While he had more the 25 total he was interested in a display cabinet to display 25 at a time. There were several interesting parts to this project including my first carcass with hand-cut dovetails, using magnets to hold the glass face frame in place, creating countersunk acrylic disks to hold the balls epoxied to glass shelves, use of 1/4" glass shelves and using a french cleat to mount the cabinet to the wall. As usual I utilized contrasting woods, hard maple and walnut, for the project as well as 1/8" & 1/4" glass, 1" acrylic rod and 1/2" rare earth magnets for the closures. Two baseball glove holders were also part of the project and were made from hard maple and 1/2" oak dowels. They hold his grandfather's catchers mitt and his infielders glove so they could be mounted on the wall beside the cabinet. The photo showing the overall project with the gloves was actually photoshopped because I never had the space to hang it all up together in the shop. He has promised he will provide a final photo once he gets everything installed. All in all the project came out great and the client was extremely satisfied.
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Mohler Baseball Display
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Officially named the "Attitude Adjuster" this 18-20 oz hard maple and walnut mallet is used on nearly ever project in the WV Woodshed. At its above average weight it is exceptionally good for driving home the point of a chisel or knocking together tight fitting joints. I do plan on making a scaled down version at some point in the future, but its doing the job for now.
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Shopmade Mallet
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Another project I completed in the last year or so. The Taylor Entry Hall Shelf is just an upper shelf and smaller lower shelf with two hanging pegs beside it. Nothing overly complicated just completed which tends to be one of my biggest obstacles. Its made of oak and walnut by the way. It seems I am bit addicted to the contrast aspect walnut and other lighter colored species. 
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Taylor Shelf
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Here's a few pictures of a pick box I created for my daughter. I original got the inspiration from Steve Ramsey at Woodworking for Mere Mortals. The finish is shellac, which was a first for me. I liked it for the fast drying characteristics, but it does take some practice. My daughter says it "AWESOME", so I guess it came out OK.
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Pick Box
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