Project Showcase

  • Home Office
    by David Cartier

    Woodchippers Dave Cartier and Dan Adle customized Dave's son's home office.  Built out of alder and painted in place, this customized home office rocks!

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  • Oak Book Cases
    by Glenn Panning

    Here's a fine example of an Anthem homeowner with a desire for a functional piece of furniture, meeting a Woodchips Project Team member.  Two matching oak bookcases, flanking a vintage roll top desk.  The homeowner knew what he wanted, but needed a craftsman to transform his desires to reality.  Glen P volunteered to build these to specification and finished them to match the desk beautifully. 

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  • Personalized Cutting Board
    by Steven Holmstrom

    Woodchipper Steve H. made this personalized cutting board for his fitness instructor “Alicea Martinez”. Created from Palo Verde wood on end grain. Thanks to Doug Gab for routing the name (on his CNC machine). Steve then filled the name cavity with epoxy and glitter and finished the board, front back and sides with Incredible Solutions table top epoxy.

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  • Notable Men
    by Don Lodes

    Woodchipper Don L. shared some notable men he created with the scroll saw:  U.S. Grant, William T. Sherman, Robert E.

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  • The Bumble Bee
    by Lawrence Peterson

    From scroller Lawrence Peterson another multi-layed piece designed by artist Alex Fox from the Ukraine.  Six layers cut with American Ash, Brazillian Yellow Heart, Brazillian Rosewood, Burmese Teak,  and Brazillian Walnut (IPE). Finish is three coats of lacquer. # BeBest.

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  • Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce
    by Don Lodes

    Woodchipper Don L. created this beautiful scroll saw piece of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce using 1/8 inch birch and a spiral blade. 

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  • Three Ships
    by Lawrence Peterson

    I saw three ships is a traditional and popular Christmas carol from the 17th century. The reference to three ships is thought to originate in the three ships that bore the purported relics of the Biblical magi to Cologne Cathedral in the 12th century.

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  • Stave Bowl
    by Teo Oruc

    Woodchipper Teo O. created this stave bowl out of Tiger Maple and Wenge. He finished it with wax. The staves were cut using a Bird’s Mouth Joinery router bit.

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  • Nut Bowl
    by Teo Oruc

    Woodchipper Teo O. turned this nut bowl from tiger maple and walnut woods.  He finished the bowl with Beall Three Step polishing system.

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  • Child's Treasure Chest
    by Tom Pacileo

    Wood   $3 
    Hinges $2
    Hasp    $2
    To a grandchild - Priceless

    Woodchipper Tom P. built this child's treasure chest for his grandchild, constructed out of a $3.00 cedar board (Lowes/Home Depot). Click to see more photos.

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Have you renewed your 2020 Woodchips Club membership?

Membership for the Woodchips Club is $35/year per individual.  If you were a member in 2019, be sure to renew your membership for 2020 NLT 29 Feb 2020.  Failing to do so will result in you having to re-join the club as a NEW MEMBER.  All NEW MEMBERS are required to take Shop Orientation and the respective Clusters for the equipment they want to use PRIOR to using the equipment in our Club. In other words, IF you were a member in 2019 and fail to renew your 2020 membership NLT 3 pm on 28 Feb 2020, you can no longer use the equipment in the Club until you re-take Shop Orientation AND all of the Clusters for the equipment you plan to use.  NO EXCEPTIONS.  For questions or more information, contact Al Griefer, Membership Officer at: al.griefer@gmail.com

IMPORTANT FOREMAN NOTICE

"Each Foreman will complete annual requalification as required by the Club Board." [Woodchips Shop Manual, P. 11]  Three 2020 Foreman Requal sessions have been scheduled, as follows:
                  Monday, March 2nd - 9:00a - 11:00a 
                 Thursday, March 12th - 3:00p - 5:00p
                Wednesday, March 25th - 5:15p - 7:15p
The 2020 Requal Sessions have been posted to the website calendar and are now open for enrollment! Enrollment for each session is limited to 20. Please preregister on the Woodchips website calendar for a least one session.
IMPORTANT NOTE: AS A CONSEQUENCE OF THE 2019 UPGRADE OF THE WOODCHIPS WEBSITE, ANY FOREMAN WHO DOES NOT COMPLETE A 2020 REQUAL SESSION WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DOWNGRADED TO MEMBER STATUS

Welcome to Woodchips Woodworking Club

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Some of the professional grade tools available for your use. Woodchips Club stresses safe operation of these tools through required training classes and supervised operations during open shop hours.

Safety, while enjoying your hobby, is everyone's goal.