I found two ways around this question that are really close together and very close in spirit.
The first: use as few tools as possible to cut wood.
The second: find a way to work the wood itself.
Here’s the plan for the first woodworking project on my site:
I built and used a small bench press to work the tree. It took about 5 hours to do the bench press.
I started in the center and worked my way around the tree. I cut away the bark and a small piece with a knife to expose the wood underneath, and then pulled the bark out. Then I took a board and used my router tool to carve the edges. I also sawed a small section of wood off of the saw (just under this board) to remove the bottom and the back of the saw board. At last, I placed the wood piece on the saw board. I then marked the top of the saw board, and then I hammered it with a hammer. After I hit the bottom and back of the saw board, I carefully added the wood piece to the saw board, putting a couple more hammer hits into the saw board to secure it. Then, I started the wood working, taking out the wood and sanding any sharp edges.
I used an electric drill with a hole bored in the center.
The two woodworking projects that work together really well are the cutting of the maple and oak boards, as well as the cutting of the maple or oak boards.
Here’s the first maple and oak boards I cut with a miter saw:
Next, here’s a second maple and oak set:
Here’s the second oak board that I’ll be using:
Here’s a third maple board that I’ll be using:
Here’s a fourth and fifth maple board:
I got the first maple and oak boards, one of each, at a lumber yard for $2 each. They are 12 x 12 board, which is the size used in construction for many woodworking projects. I’d also like to buy a couple dozen pieces of oak so I can have another bench to work on later.
Here’s the second oak board cut:
This is the third oak board:
And here’s the 4th and 5th wooden boards:
All the boards have been glued together, but some of them have been glued one half hard. And all the boards have been glued
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