My wife and I recently decided to move so that our kids could go to a better school district. Our house was only on the market for a few weeks before we accepted an offer. That part was great, but it means that I’ll be without a shop for t...
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While I’m between major projects, I had a chance over the weekend to make a few upgrades to the shop. The first is on my drill press. I was drilling mortises in a tall work piece and my old “tall” fence just wasn’t perform...
I have a Woodpeckers drill press table and fence. Overall it’s a great set up. My only complaint is the way the fence attached to the t-track in the table. It uses small brass knurled knobs. They look pretty, but are hard to get tight en...
I wrapped up a productive few shop sessions recently. The flip: the ever-present flip top cart for my planer and OSS. The turn: I rotated the base of my drill press after reading the tip in Wood magazine. Great idea! I’ve now got ...
My Shop Fox bandsaw has a dust port at the bottom of the lower wheel. It does a decent job of getting the dust that stays in the cabinet, but like most bandsaws mine sends a lot of dust under the table. I had a few dust collection parts laying a...