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This concept dates back to the 1400’s and is a great way to teach history with engineering in mind. Finishing: Either a clear coat or a painted surface makes this project look great. Materials: Any type of hardwood or softwood that you have laying around the shop. It also has a thin coating so it does not interfere with the puzzle sliding together. Overview: Make a unique candy dish with all the scraps that you have laying around your shop. Find a few different types of wood and rip them into strips, glue them together and cut the candy dish out. Materials: Try to find woods with different color accents.
Stay away from exotic woods that contain harmful oils. Finishing: A food grade finish will be appropriate for sealing these boards. Local hardware stores carry these types of finishes. Overview: Create a simple 6 pack of coasters and a coaster coral from minimal shop materials. Keep your favorite drink from leaving circles on the coffee table.
Materials: For this example red oak was used for the wood and a vinyl floor tile for the coaster circles. Overview: Cut a panda bear or a duck puzzle to create hours of entertainment for kids of all ages. The files for these jig saw puzzles allow the user to cut both projects at once using two different types of wood. There are also a set of individual files to cut only one at a time.