Jackman’s Next Expliot: Making a Giant Wooden Hammer

As a follow up to last week’s Wavy Vase made by TotalBoat Ambassador, Paul Jackman, we wanted to share this other amazing oversized project that Paul “pulled off.” The Jackman Hammer is an astounding 90 pounds of wooden (and epoxy resin and varnish) awesomeness that Paul created as an addition to his line of Jackmansized tools. Last week we shared his Wavy Vase video and this just goes on to prove that he truly is as insane as he is talented – not only at woodworking but also at making engaging videos.  Paul used lots of TotalBoat products to pull this project off, from epoxy he used to fill a large void and then again to coat the “leather” handle, and Halcyon Marine Varnish is the topcoat that protects this beauty from swings and slams to come. Check out how Paul accomplishes this massive undertaking that is as amusing as it’s size. Enjoy!

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12 responses to “Jackman’s Next Expliot: Making a Giant Wooden Hammer

    1. It’s definitely a challenge, but the worst part is just fitting this thing in the shop because to work on the opposite side of the hammer I had to walk all the way around the shop haha.

  1. Wow!

    There is an Instructables contest going on right now that is right up your alley! Not sure if you can enter or not, but it would be worth reviewing the rules and regulations, which are posted. Only ten days left to enter.

    This is so cool!

  2. Great video. I really enjoy watching your builds; large tools or large power carving vases. Beautiful workmanship.

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