The turned handles that I use in my shop start with an octagon blank that has taken up to 3 hours to prepare an accurate one. This jig is designed to reduce that time to mere minutes. I start with a split blank and in just a few minutes with this ...
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Location: Olney IL
Much of what I have done will be heirlooms of the future. My goal is to make that skill available to you.
You can learn more than you may want to know at my web site www.kragerwoodworking.weebly.com. If you visit, it would be nice if you left a comment.
-- Dan Krager, Olney IL http://www.kragerwoodworking.weebly.com If you take something apart and put it back together enough times, eventually you will have two of them.
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This is a project that has been on the list for quite awhile. As shown here, two more chests are being test fitted. Things seem to fit nicely and will help to get clutter from underfoot. One thing I learned is that the vintage saws I bought for r...
I have the distinct privilege to have been in the right place at the right time. One of my “hobbies” is to operate farm equipment, so I’ve become good friends with a large farm operation not too far away. They agreed with the n...
I finished building the kit router mill I purchased from Mark Sternberg (Mark55). I am so impressed with it’s versatility and ease of setup and use. It is trivial to cut long parallel slots in 3/4” Baltic birch, pieces for my workben...