Finished off the downdraft table, as pictured from underneath with silicone, baffle, and glue up. You can see the 6×5x4 wye with the 4” capped off. That will be for future addition of overhead saw dust collection. Thru the coming wee...
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My great grandfather was very similar to "The Woodwright's" show on PBS. All hand tools, very few appliances. He passed on before he could bring me into the fold *sadness*. I remember the smell of wood when walking into the basement, the low level lighting (single bulb), wooden hand planes, chisels, carving handles, screwdriver handles, cazillion of baby food bottles and coffee cans with nuts & bolts.
Last year after purchasing my first house with attached 22'x22' 2 car garage, i've been accumulating wood working tools (mostly power tools). Some at retail, most from Craigslist and estate auctions. I feel "at home" around wood even though i have little to no experience (cant do much in apartments or condo's).
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all roughed in and messy, but coming together. I have a 6” main feed into a 6×6x6 wye that will spit off to downdraft table and then a 6×5x4 (5” goes to bottom of saw, 4” will be reduced to 3” for ove...
gots the dado’s all done.gots the blade storage all done.have the cavities for future shelves, all done.tomorrow, will flush the table saw to the miter saw, fine tune the dust collection system, and glue up.FYI: the miter saw is flipped ups...
getting some framing done for yet another mobile combo stand.the miter saw will be flush with the table saw so that it can use the table saw fence as helper fence. It is also on a fliptop to be out of the way for the table saw and soon to be ...