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Blog series by Dutchy updated 04-13-2018 06:56 AM 6 parts 6509 reads 42 comments total

Part 1: Making a steering wheel

12-16-2017 02:31 PM by Dutchy | 5 comments »

For a long time I’m still like making wooden “toys”, but making a blog from every build can be boring. Not only for you but also for myself. Then I got the idea to make a TIP contribution of something that can be interesting for others. And I have been influenced for a large part by others. So dont be surprised if you see what others have invented long ago. But if I know who invented it, I will mention it. I started with making a cheap (I’m Dutch) wooden steering w...

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Part 2: Making kerfs, method 1

12-31-2017 01:14 PM by Dutchy | 16 comments »

For a long time I’m still like making wooden “toys”, but making a blog from every build can be boring. Not only for you but also for myself. Then I got the idea to make a TIP contribution of something that can be interesting for others. I have been influenced for a large part by others. So dont be surprised if you see what others have invented long ago. But if I know who invented it, I will mention it..This is my first description of kerf making. Soon I will describe two others. Also Ducky ha...

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Part 3: Making kerfs, method 2

01-03-2018 06:26 PM by Dutchy | 4 comments »

For a long time I’m still like making wooden “toys”, but making a blog from every build can be boring. Not only for you but also for myself. Then I got the idea to make a TIP contribution of something that can be interesting for others. I have been influenced for a large part by others. So dont be surprised if you see what others have invented long ago. But if I know who invented it, I will mention it..This is the second description of kerf making. Soon I will describe another. ...

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Part 4: Making kerfs, method 3. The luxury way

01-07-2018 05:14 PM by Dutchy | 5 comments »

For a long time I’m still like making wooden “toys”, but making a blog from every build can be boring. Not only for you but also for myself. Then I got the idea to make a TIP contribution of something that can be interesting for others. I have been influenced for a large part by others. So dont be surprised if you see what others have invented long ago. But if I know who invented it, I will mention it. Look also my blog about the drilling and milling stand

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Part 5: Making classic car fenders

03-17-2018 10:01 PM by Dutchy | 4 comments »

Below pictures from making classic fenders. 6 11

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Part 6: MFS 400 - 700 (from Festool) look-alike

04-13-2018 06:56 AM by Dutchy | 8 comments »

Festool is making great tools, but not the cheapest ones. I like the working of the MFS 400 / MFS 700 but did not want to spend the money for it. And besides that it is easy to make a similar one. I ordered some parts on the internet and below you can see the results. I have selected one video from another woodworker, but there are a lot more. Google on MFS 400 or MFS 700 and you will find a lot, and feel free to put a link in your comment for another. The rectangle jig below is about 5...

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