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|205 days ago||
Thanks for bringing LJ back to us - 9 replies
I’ve only been a member for a few months but have certainly grown to appreciate this site. It was always still here but just not as slick as before. Thanks for bringing it back.
|214 days ago||
Jig to use smartphone as a digital microscope - 7 replies
I thought some may be interested in this little project I came across on the Instructables site. Video Link
|215 days ago||
Grr-Ripper support - 5 replies
I just wanted to offer a quick note of appreciation for support from MicroJig. One of the plastic knobs on my Grr-ripper cracked so that it slipped on the thumbscrew and was difficult to tighten. Naturally I let it go for a while and grumbled under my breath each time I tried to use it. Finally I got around to sending an message on the contac...
|222 days ago||
4x4 indexing guide - cheap - 3 replies
I wanted to drill a pattern of 3/4” holes in my work surface to use for clamps and stops. 4” x 4” seemed like a good pattern size. I’ve seen others use an expensive indexing guide but I didn’t need that kind of precision or want to invest the money. I decided to use some pegboard as a guide. Once I lined it up, I...
|224 days ago||
Secret drawer lock - 3 replies
You might like to incorporate this idea for your scret stuff. Nothing says “There’s something valuable here!” than the sight of a lock. But what if the lock was invisible and the unlocking key could be transmitted through solid matter? No one would even know there was a lock, much less how to pick it. That’s what th...
|235 days ago||
Shop-made knobs and fence clamps - 1 reply
I made my own knobs using some 1/2” plywood cutout discs from a 3” hole saw that I’ve been saving. First, place a nut and two washers on the 3/8” threaded shaft, then a 1/2” plywood disc and a bare nut. Tighten the nut with the washers while holding the disc and the bare nut in place until the nut is buried h...
|253 days ago||
Simple, effective drawer pull - 2 replies
I needed 20 pulls for my shop cabinet drawers and didn’t want to spend money for them so I came up with a simple drawer pull design. I made a cove by running two lengths of 1×2 at an angle through the table saw. Then angled one edge 15 degrees and cut them to 5” lengths. They work great!
|268 days ago||
Fletcher Capstan Table - How it's made - 3 replies
The details for design and construction of the Fletcher Capstan Table: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVbo7ycpkeI
|341 days ago||
Bargain on Craftsman table saw - 5 replies
FYI (Sep. 20, 2013) – Sears in Cary NC (near Raleigh) has a Craftsman Professional 1-3/4 HP Premium Hybrid 10” Table Saw (22116) on their showroom floor that was returned and they need to sell. Normal price is $1099. They’re asking $650 but said they’re willing to deal to get it off the floor. It may be missing some parts...