Tom brought in a mini workbench he made that will
sit on top of his regular workbench.
Plus a box he made at Palo Alto Adult School.
that the students will have to make.
The box is transparent and shows a light inside
Bill made a presentation online via the Zoom connection.
He showed slides of the walnut coffee table with oval top and matching oval shelf below.
It is finished with wipe-on poly.
Next he showed us the bible stand he made from cherry. It has gently curved legs.
They also made a box for markers and pencils and Kumiko piece that hangs on the wall.
Finally, he showed the veneer he cut for a desk he is making... and then showed the progress he has made on the desk.
Laura made 3 mallets from white oak and padouk, with hickory handles.
Laura made a ramp for her dachshund to use to get up on the bed.
She made it from 2x4's and used pocket screws to hold it together.
Summit showed us the Japanese toolbox that students will make at the Palo Alto Adult School.
Max brought in a router bit rack he made that will hang on the wall.
He also brought in a Tailor's Wooden Point Presser/ Clapper he made for his wife.
Jon Kaplan showed the progress he has made on the commemorative hex plate he is working on.
The plate has at least four different woods and will be engraved with comments from coworkers.
Burt brought in the killdeer bird carving he made in a class he took while visiting the Sandhill Crane Festival in Lodi
Plus a clapper board
Stan brought in a number of woodworking books,
packages of sandpaper, plus a nice piece of zebrawood to sell.
He also brought in some wood carvings made in Africa to sell.