Project Showcase

  • Turntable for Belt Buckles
    by Glenn Panning

    Mr. Panning is known by most as the Scroll Saw Guy. He has a friend (you may not guess it by his scowl in this picture) who collects western style belt buckles and needed something to display them on. Hence Glenn made this turntable device that holds LOTS! Made of pine and finished in satin...

  • Natural Edge Bowl
    by Bruce Litchfield

    The latest Litchfield project is a 8 1/2" x 3", natural edge bowl. Made from a northern Nevada Cottonwood tree. It is finished with a lacquer finish.

  • Fireplace Mantel of Cherry
    by Bill Van Ooyen

    Cherry wood and paprika stained mantel made as a club project for a SCA resident.

  • Butterfly Dish
    by Don Reed

    Intarsia, I think. Butterfly for sure! Certainly will work for a covered dish for nuts or candy. Made with Walnut, Maple, Cherry and Lacewood.

  • Fancy Box for a Gift
    by Don Reed

    This is a box made for a special present. Yes it is made of wood.

  • TV Cabinet
    by Bill Van Ooyen

    Another happy Anthem homeowner loves the Woodchips. Filling the niche for the TV with a custom made cabinet featuring raised panel doors made from poplar and painted black. This project was lead by Bill Van Ooyen with the help of Dan Wenker.

  • Exhibition in Henderson Library
    by Eckhard Fadtke

    Woodchips member Eckhard Fadtke was invited to display some of his lathe art at the library.

  • Vase
    by Eckhard Fadtke

    Open segmented vase, maple and bubinga, 546 pieces.

  • Carafe
    by Eckhard Fadtke

    Purple hard and maple, modeled after old Greek pottery.

  • Humidor for Fine Cigars
    by Rick McIntyre

    Everyone should make one these. It is just a box, right? The box is made of mahogany and lined with Spanish Cedar for the cigars. The outside is trimmed with Cocobolo moulding at the base and maple splines at the corners. Inside, each cigar has an individual place and a battery powered...

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