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A continuation of the pictures of projects produced by D & M Woodcraft.


Daredevil's Delight Biplane

The Daredevil's Delight Biplane from Better Homes and Garden's WOOD Magazine.

Wooden Geared Clock

 This is my copy of the Wooden Geared Clock presented in the Spring 2007 issue of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts. This clock was designed by Marc Tovar. The clock keeps good time, plus or minus 5 minutes a day. It runs for approximately 30 hours. The short run time is due to the friction and load on the wooden gears. The gears were hand cut on the scrollsaw, with stack cutting, 4 copies were produced.  


Gatto Plans VW Beetle

Gatto Plans Supply version of the VW Beetle. This model is made from Black Walnut.

Steam Locomotive in Walnut

 This locomotive is from the Hands On magazine once published by Shopsmith. I had made this locomotive before but this one was made for my mother-in-law to give to her great-grandsons. That means I had to make 2 of them. Next year, I plan on making the caboose for her. By the way, one of those great-grandsons in my grandson. He is enjoying it.



Another Gatto VW Beetle

Gatto Plans Supply version of the VW Beetle. This model is made from Mahogany.

Toys and Joys Golf Cart

Toys and Joys model of a golf cart. This model is made from maple and aspen.


Wood Magazine Convertable Baby Bed

This Transisition Baby Bed from Wood magazine, issue 173, November 2006. The bed is constructed completely of Hard Maple and Maple Plywood. This bed is designed to convert from a baby bed to a toddler bed and then to a full-sized bed. The bed is finished with 3 coats of wipe-on polyurethane and polished. The matching changing dresser will also be built (Wood issue 174).

Wood Magazine Matching Dresser

This matching Dresser from Wood magazine, issue 174, December 2006. The dresser is constructed completely of Hard Maple and Maple Plywood. The Dresser is finished with 3 coats of wipe-on polyurethane and polished. The matching Transition Bed was also built (Wood issue 173).