Don’t have my workspace any more, but I have a deck (below a deck). I’ve started slapping together an outdoor workspace. It is not a long term solution, but I get to fiddle around. The elements are still a problem, but not as bad as...
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Location: Fairmount, GA
My name is Dallas. Not from Texas, actually come from Georgia, where I live currently.
I prefer hand tools and am a beginner. I make things for the challenge, the beauty and the creativity.
This is where I don't bore people to death talking about woodworking.
-- If a tree falls in the neighbor's woods, and no one is there to hear it...can you take it home, mill it and turn it into a coffee table without your neighbor making a sound?
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|added blog entry||Outdoor woodworking bench||581 days ago|
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|commented on||My Family Crest||861 days ago|
|commented on||Randy's Workbench - first ever project||875 days ago|
|commented on||A Tree Fort for a 4 year old||875 days ago|
|commented on||My First "Successful" Dovetail||875 days ago|
|commented on||Beer Cooler from Pallet Wood||875 days ago|
|commented on||Moxon Twin Screw Vise - Budget Version||875 days ago|
|commented on||Affordable workbench: Hybrid of French and English styles||891 days ago|
|commented on||Inside out patchwork Toolbox||891 days ago|
|commented on||Building a Top-Notch Workbench- for under $250 #2: More on what I want from this bench and why...||891 days ago|
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http://we-wood.us/collections/collection I find these quite cool. Don’t know how long they would hold up though. They purport to plant a tree for each sold. —Dallas
These are all helpful objects that cost next to nothing to build. The more precise, the better they are. Mine are hardly precise. Most work in concert with the bench or are part of it. Starting from the beginning. Crosscutting or ripping ...
Newegg sells computer stuff, but sometimes has deals on power tools. This is part of their Pre-Black Friday sale: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16803007136&nmmc=EMC-IGNEFL112211&cmmmc=EMC-IGNEFL112211--EMC-112...