as I mentioned in the previous post, I started working on refitting my Craftsman 10” table saw with a Delta T2 fence, based on Jaime’s blog posts. I have everything measured and marked but I’m not at all clear on how high the fro...
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Location: San Leon, TX
I'm just a frustrated guy with an engineering degree or two who wants to build real things. I'm not particularly good at it, or much else, but perhaps with practice and money I can be.
I also like to sail and to brew beer. Both involve the creative process, and it's interesting how much boat maintenance involves the need for tools and wood working equipment, even when the boat is not completely wooden.
-- -- Bob H.
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I never understood what the heck was meant by a “Man Crush” until I ran across Mattias Wandel’s website: www.woodgears.ca. This guy is amazing!Anyone who can build his own Wooden bandsaw would be amazing just for that. But he is ...
Based on Jamie's blog entries on upgrading a Craftsman table saw with a new delta T2 fence, I decided to do the same.The fence arrived last night I might need some better drill bits for the job and a good center punch, if I understand his blog ...
So after the house was completed in March of last year, I began replacing the tools I had lost. I found a table saw, thickness planer and drill press that was in a shop being sold off by a widow. It appeared the poor fellow had not used a lot o...
Before September of 2008, I had a garage at my place in San Leon, TX. It was far from optimal – humid, hot, no A/C, and the tools rusted despite my efforts. Working out there was not much fun, anyway. I defy anyone to say they like working i...