Today I focused on getting my outfeed table constructed. I used plywood for a base and then I cut three more plywood pieces with the center piece being the size between the miter slots. This allowed me to avoid having to cut dados as i just spaced...
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New to woodworking. My husband bought a sliding miter for me as a 20th anniversary gift in 2014 (which I used to install laminate flooring in two rooms) and then a table saw for Valentine's day 2015 Have enjoyed learning the "how to" of various tools and techniques thanks to many folks on youtube. Have made some furniture items (e.g., tv stand, storage/seat for mudroom, cabinet) as well as small gifts (e.g., boxes, jewelry boxes). Always looking to learn more!
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Another day of vacation and headed back into the shop to complete the table saw setup. Was able to confirm the blade and miter gauge positions without too much trouble. Getting the riving knife in the proper position took me well over an hour! ...
I debated with the purchase of a “real” woodworker’s table saw for some time. My original purchase a couple years ago was the Bosch 4100. I had never used a table saw prior to that purchase so there was a lot of time spent reading the owner’s ma...
I have a Bosch table saw that I bought as my Valentines day gift from my husband last year. I made a huge cross cut sled with dimensions for a much bigger saw. I like it for safety but realized I didn’t aways pull it out due to the size. ...
Big limb came down in our woods and my husband decided to cut a piece to turn on his lathe. This bud vase is red oak finished with bees wax. When hollowing the top, a section broke away and flew across the shop. Glued it back together and sande...