My friend the contractor asked me to make him a small table to store video game DVD’s. The furniture style in the room was mission, so I went with a slightly mission style look for the table. The space its going in is relatively small so the...
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Location: Central CT, USA
I'm an AutoCAD drafter and I currently work for a mechanical design firm that installs and services building automation systems for HVAC, security/access control, energy monitoring/management and CCTV. Previously, I have worked in custom cabinet shops doing woodworking, operating a CNC production router, and design and drafting. I have been interested in woodworking, architecture, drafting and design since Jr high school. My hobbies include woodworking, mountain biking, roller hockey, and anything to do with CAD drafting...either 2D, or 3D. I am proficient in AutoCAD, Sketchup, Podium, Cabinetvision, Mastercam and several online FPS games! I live in CT with my wife, stepdaughter and golden retriever.
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A while back I grabbed a great deal on a complete Veritas steel plate router table setup…complete with the stand, the fence, the fence sled, and a Bosch 2 1/2 HP variable speed router. I built a cabinet for it to sit on with a draw for the ...
Lately I have been seeing a lot of work benches fitted with these fancy arm supports for sanding dust collection vac hose..Like this Festool setup .I use a canister vac to do dust collection for a bunch of my “hand” tools ( R/O sanding...
I do a lot of cutting boards and Pizza peels that I like to finish in a mix of mineral oil and beeswax. Sometimes I think I have too much wax, and sometimes I think not enough. I don’t measure I just shave some wax into the oil as it’s...
You think sometimes, that when your using certain pieces of machinery that your fairly safe. I mean..what could happen when innocently sanding a circular opening in a white oak panel with your spindle sander…right? I don’t keep my c...