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Wooden Magnifying Glasses – Corporate Awards

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A set of 6 corporate awards made from a combination of black walnut and white oak. The bases and handles were turned on the lathe, and the head of the magnifying glasses was cut on the laser. The lens part was salvaged from some cheap plastic magnifying glasses. The client wanted it so the magnifying glasses could actually be removed …

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Modular Miter Saw Station (base)

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This miter saw station base is designed to be used as the base to my Modular Miter Saw Station or as a stand-alone workbench and storage unit. Each unit is 3′ wide and can be added or subtracted depending on how much room you want to each side of your saw, or how much storage you need. This could also …

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How To | Build the Ultimate Adirondack Chair

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The Jackman Works adirondack chair is back! This time something a little different with a walk through video. I love how many people are using my plans to build these for themselves and I get a lot of questions so I figured this build needed a more detailed video. This was my last batch in the shop in Rhode Island, …

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100 Pallet Wood Shot Glasses

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These shot glasses are 100% reclaimed and 100% pallet wood! They were made for Carolina Shoe to use as giveaway items (keep an eye on their socials to see how you can get one). It’s so awesome to know that my work will be traveling out to so many peoples hands. It took roughly 9 pallets to get the lumber …

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Collapsible Folding Adirondack Table

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I had a customer who wanted some tables to go with his Adirondack chairs and this was the result! This is kind of a classic design, but I modified the table to pair up with my popular Adirondack chair design with classy overhangs and nice rounded corners. These are built the same as my chairs – with clear grain western …

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DIY Yard/Garden/Wedding Pergola

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This pergola was built entirely from 2×4, 2×6, and 4×4 framing lumber. It also only takes a few tools to build, which makes it a very approachable project. I built it for a wedding but I could totally see this living in someone’s back yard, just scrap the bottom runners and embed the posts in concrete or fasten them to …

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Reclaimed Oak (Pallet Wood) Flag Box

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This flag box was built from reclaimed oak that came from a few super thick (1″) pallet slats I had been saving away for a rainy day. The backer panel is made from hardboard and the front is a 1/8″ thick acrylic sheet. I built this as a gift for my grandmother for my grandfather’s World War II veterans flag. …

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Adjustable Height Sit/Stand Walnut Desk

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This build is made possible by Waterlox finishes, find out more –>¬†http://bit.ly/waterloxjackmanwalnutdesk Standing desks are the in thing right now so I got to build this adjustable height desk with a steel frame, walnut cladded leg and feet, with a giant walnut breadboard top. The top measures roughly 72×40″ and the desk adjusts from 28″ tall up to 48″ tall …

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Vertical Garden Headboard Piece with Mirrors

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The final piece for the Rhode Island Home Show display! This is a living wall/vertical garden/green wall piece that I made oversized to fit over the head of the bed. Made 100% from reclaimed materials like I love to do. It was tricky to figure out a way to mount the round mirrors floating in the center but I ended …

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Pallet Wood Wall Clock

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I made a clock from pallets, would you expect any less? The clock is made from reclaimed pallet wood with a 3/4″ plywood backer panel. In the center is a walnut veneer inlay in the shape of the state of Rhode Island because this was a featured piece in the Rhode Island Home Show. The letters were custom cut from …

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Pallet Wood Slat Bench

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This 100% reclaimed bench is a piece made for Carolina Shoe who is planning on using this for all sorts of different display purposes. They tell me this bench is going to be more well traveled then me. So this was constructed from a total of about 8 pallets (Red Oak, White Oak, Pine, Poplar, Aspen, Mahogany, Cherry, and Maple) …

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How To Disassemble A Pallet

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A little something different for you guys, plus some foreshadowing for tomorrows video ;). I often get questions about my pallet disassembly technique so I figured I’d make a video about that talking about my process. I think I’m going to try to put more videos like this together where I can dive a bit deeper into certain subjects along …