It should be easier to avoid accidents when you know they are possible. Here is one that I had never even dreamed possible. Please learn from my mistake. I was cutting tenons on the band saw this afternoon. I had a stop block attached to the...
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GeBeWubya is a retired Mathematician/SW Engineer, trying to teach himself woodworking while keeping the number of fingers intact.
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I saw a description of a double screw Moxon vise made from a pair of handscrew clamps in a recent issue of Popular Woodworking and thought it would be a useful addition to my shop. I had some seldom used handscrew clamps and a 4’ Oak 3/...
You might say I’m a bit router-phobic and handsaw challenged. I needed to find a way to use my bandsaw to cut dovetails for a set of small boxes I’m making. Calling this a jig is a little bit of an exaggeration; I cut a wedge with...
I just installed a Jet riser kit on my PCB330BS bandsaw. It can be done, but I recommend you look for a better fit. When I opened the box and looked at the parts, everything looked good. The riser block and blade guard were painted white, but...
I’m one step closer to being organized! I built a shelf unit to hang on a french cleat between the posts of the lumber loft. I intentionally built it upside down. The top shelf is wider than the bottom, so there is more useable spac...