||A section of a rose tree which Jim salvaged from a friend and made into a sculpture.
||Two clocks for graduation presents with very unique pillars made with a router and moldings.
||Two nice trout fishing nets.
||Desk clock made from scrap wood.
||Jim Fleming showed a laminated stool made from baltic birch plywood.
||Jim made a beautiful trout fishing net.
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||Jim is working on a project that requires some finials and is experimenting with a duplicator and a newly purchased 3 HP Porter-Cable plunge router. He brought in a sample of a milled piece with a twisted rope pattern.
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||A combination chess and checkerboard from walnut, maple, lacewood, and mahogany.
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||Jim turned this beautiful little bowl
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||Jim made some storage additions for his lathe. They are made from some scrap material he had around the garage. Each panel is on a piano hinge. He opens the back panel when turning to help direct some of the shavings and dust into a box placed under the lathe. He also made brackets and hangers for some of the chisels, faceplates, etc.