Nice write-up! People seriously underestimate the utility of vinyl cutters. I have a small hobby-grade cutter and it has paid for itself several times over.
Vinyl Helmet Stickers
I don't sell my work right now but I may change that in the future.
Hahaha you are forgiven, thank you!
Making a Live Edge Bowl
DIY Marking Gauge
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Thanks! It came from a gunstock blank at my local store. I'm in Las Vegas, so we have decent access to California hardwood like this claro walnut.
Making a Mallet
Clever? I'll take it. :D
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Wooden Cufflinks With Rustic Display Stand From Reclaimed Wood
Thank you Sebastian!
Sandblasting is the preferred method if you have access to a sandblaster. The nice thing about the chemical etchant method is it doesn't require much in the way of specialized equipment. Thanks!
Thank you Michael!
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Make a decorative wooden snowman
So cute! I really need to start making my own Christmas decorations.
Make a guitar/MP3 player amplifier from a TRASH AMPS kit
I am proud to be associated with this project. Excellent work, Pat.
Thanks! Best of luck to you. Remember, if you make a mistake, keep going -- the worst thing you can do is quit.
Honestly I have no idea. It depends on what saw blade you get, how good/bad it was to begin with, et cetera. The one I used was a good blade when it was new and it hardened quite well, but trial and error is the only way you're going to be able to find out.
Hey, at least you recycled!
Awesome! Thank you!
Thank you so much!
Yes. Quenched and tempered.
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Beer Glass With Captive Ring