Over the years I have become a repeat customer of Woodpeckers and their One Time Tools. Initially I thought that they were mostly one trick ponies, but as time progressed I ended up buying quite a few of them. Some of the tools come in their own...
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I am finally ready to put together the leg assemblies. Test fitting went well, some minor trimming of the tenons with a rabbetting block plane did the trick. Everything is going to be drawbored. I have tried this in the past, but on a...
The rails and stretchers were put together in similar fashion to the legs. The dimensions of the rails and stretchers were originally intended to be 3 inches thick by 4 inches wide and cut to a yet to be determined length. For some reason, the 3...
I finally gave up on the original design for the table’s frame. It turned out wobbly, and because of the A frame style of a sawhorse, I was constantly tripping over the legs since they extended out a bit further than the table top. That an...
The framework had been built for a while and I had added a few important things. Things like two layers of plywood for the top, trimmed out with locally sawn maple, a couple of drawers, some clamp caddies, etc. It was starting to come together. ...