I don’t have a table saw, nor do I have the skills or tools to cut tenons with a hand saw. So I came up with this idea:... a sled that moves the work over a 3/4” router bit. It’s got a movable stop to set the length of the tenon....
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|commented on||Cherry Plane and Saw Cabinet||07-16-2015 11:03 AM|
|added blog entry||Cutting Tenons with a Router Table Sled [w/bonus DIY dust collection]||06-29-2015 01:42 AM|
|added blog entry||Squaring up oval rotered mortises with a Narex Corner Chisel||06-21-2015 09:44 PM|
|commented on||Cutting Mortises With a Router: First Attempt||06-10-2015 03:20 PM|
|added blog entry||Cutting Mortises With a Router: First Attempt||06-08-2015 04:09 AM|
|commented on||Catapults for my nephew||01-22-2015 12:05 PM|
|commented on||back-staff and case||01-22-2015 11:56 AM|
|commented on||Trestle Lathe Stand||01-21-2015 12:36 PM|
|added project||The cookbook shelves ... II||12-27-2014 03:39 AM|
|added blog entry||In praise of handscrews||12-25-2014 02:35 AM|
|added blog entry||Cookbook Shelf Units #8: Biscuits, shelves, prefinishing, final assembly, HOORAY!||12-22-2014 03:49 AM|
|commented on||These Clamps Are Terrible||12-21-2014 05:38 PM|
|commented on||The Cookbook Shelves||12-21-2014 02:51 PM|
|commented on||The Cookbook Shelves||12-21-2014 02:35 PM|
|added project||The Cookbook Shelves||12-19-2014 10:05 PM|
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I built and then repeatedly tweaked a mortising jig. So far it’s working pretty well.View on YouTubeThe one snag was that sawdust would occasionally get wedged between the router plate and the frame of the jig, causing the router to bind and...
Back when dinosaurs roamed the earth – and had shop class as a requirement – I had my first exposure to handscrews. The pterodactyls, duckbills and I were taught that they had a long reach and could clamp pieces at odd angles. Fast ...
I’m finally finished, but I’ve fallen behind in the blog description. Biscuits for the uprights:Each upright “leg” consists of a 1×3 and a 1×2 joined at a right angle with a small shadow line. Biscuits seemed l...