Here is something I made several years ago after my leather and shoemakers course.
An adjustable leather strap cutter, it has a cam operated clamp for fast adjustment between widths of 12 to 80 millimeter. The handle I turned from burr hazel with a hand rolled Sterling ferrule. The blade was made from a section of recycled industrial hacksaw blade.
She has a hold down roller which runs across the entire width of cut itself adjustable from zero to 6.00 mm thick. Mainly brass with an odd piece of PB102 Bronze.
Being keen gardeners for a decade or so now, here are a couple of wooden objects I made last year for our allotment. An Amish style wheelbarrow made from recycled timbers, including the proper wooden wheel and removeable sides so it can be used as a flat bogie.
And as we call them here in Yorkshire, A Settle, or garden chair made from birch plywood sides cut by jigsaw and standard 50 X 25 mm roofing lathes which have had their upper edges rounded over to prevent knifing.
While everyone was watching Zulu on the box for the umpteenth time this new year holidays I ventured into the workshop to knock together this my own version of an artificial inseminating apparatus from queen honey bees.
It's loosely based on the original Laidlaw system of American fame with a few of my own ideas thrown into the throng.
It has also a built in hydraulic syringe that I made to do the insertion stage.
It works very well indeed, there are also a few short videos of the delicate operational stages on YouTube if anyone here is a beekeeper.
I saved well over 3k by making this myself.
If anyone is interested in can add links to the whole global step by step building program.Please don't multi-post when one one will do it. Also, removing the weird postimage referral links while at it. -Moderator