Turning Archive 2004


David Yoho
>I've just uploaded our five newest Shop Shots this morning. There are still more here waiting to be processed so stay tuned.

Thanks to these talented folks for the latest submissions:

Mark Serfas - Shot #605 - wanted a permanent way to set up his son's new train where it wouldn't get destroyed. He borrowed an idea seen elsewhere and went to work designing the layout and began construction of an overhead railway.

C.A. Rush - Shot #606 - worked hard to help create a woodworking club in his area. With a need to hold meetings in various member's shops, he came up with a smart solution for a breakdown speaker's podium and carrying case.

Dave Griessmann - Shot #607 - fills several needs in his shop with the simple-to-build outfeed table.

Doug and Mary Ridley - Shot #608 - are back with another wonderful carving. This is their third Uncle Sam caricature and it's sure to be a hit!

Gary Kunz - Shot #609 - describes his project as having clean, simple geometric lines, in a contemporary style with a hint of art deco. Have a look at the beautiful work of this amateur craftsman.

David Yoho
Editor - Shop Shots

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