So the first phase of my workshop reorganization/upgrade had to be my workbench. In my first entry I mentioned that my current “workbench” was actually two metal framed shelving units which stand 3’ tall and have a plywood top. ...
|View DBuonomano's:||home||workshop||projects (12)||blog (4)||reviews (0)||forum topics (3)||buddies (1)||favorites (74)||activity log|
79 posts in 679 days
When I was a kid I "helped" my father build a deck at our house and I've been hooked on building things ever since. I've been doing wood working as a hobby for about 5 years now. I don't get a whole lot of time in my workshop, but when I do I try to make the most of it. I enjoy finding challenging new things to build, building jigs and shop related items, but also working on things for the house. Not to mention, always trying to acquire new tools...
Latest Activity | view all »
|commented on||Kitchen Garbage Can Holder||12 hours ago|
|added project||Kitchen Garbage Can Holder||11 days ago|
|added project||Phone/Tablet Charging Station||68 days ago|
|added project||Simple Clamp Rack||68 days ago|
|commented on||Playhouse (10x10)||93 days ago|
|commented on||1/8 Scale Bell 429 Helicopter||137 days ago|
|commented on||New Fangled Workbench - Portable Bench Top Version||158 days ago|
|commented on||Josie's Playhouse||158 days ago|
|added blog entry||Workshop Organization #2: The Workbench||166 days ago|
|commented on||Workshop Organization #1: Phase 1||166 days ago|
|added blog entry||Workshop Organization #1: Phase 1||166 days ago|
|replied on||Top 15 gone?||169 days ago|
|commented on||Dust Collector Reconfiguration/Upgrade||174 days ago|
|commented on||Octagan storage cabinet||182 days ago|
|commented on||Christmas Cribbage Board (4 years in the making!)||194 days ago|
Latest Projects | view all 12 »
Latest Blog Entries | view all 4 »
Like many of my fellow LJ’s my workshop is setup in half of my two car garage. My workshop has been setup over the last few years as I’ve acquired new tools, and taken on new projects. Because it grew gradually there was no overall d...
The first step of the bandsaw build is building the frame. It’s made up of 6 layers of 3/4” pine, with overlapping joints in each layer. This essentially creates a mortise and tenon joint for each board in the frame and results in a ...
For the last few years I’ve desperately needed a new bandsaw; I’ve been using a $79 Lowes off-brand 9” bandsaw. As you can imagine that little thing has left A LOT to be desired… that little thing can’t handle anythi...