|Blog series by Lee Barker||updated 07-08-2011 12:26 AM||12 parts||52610 reads||15 comments total|
The easy cheap drawer has a 1/4” hardboard bottom that serves also as the slide, traveling in a dado, usually in MDF. Plenty of side mount, full extension hardware is in place as well. The green metal cabinet with the shallow drawers was a school district castoff, designed to hold drafting paper. Under the outfeed table:
The shopmade router table. I know I showed it in “drawers” but one can double dip occasionally. This is an old Craftsman saw set up just to do drawer components: dado for the bottoms, and then the upside down Freud biscuit joiner cuts for the corners. Nested bandsaws. The big green one resaws and the GO555 does everything else; same dedicated dust collector.
Two box carts under the Ritter edgesander: Sampling of shopmade shopcarts: Shopcarts made shopcart:
Vacuum bag. This will go to 4×8 but I have it set up just to handle instrument bodies, about 16” x 36”. Router duplicator, Marlin brand, made really for signage but I use it for instrument bodyage.
Telephone Acoustic Amplifier: The bell is on the head of a suspended snare drum: You must be registered to vote: And finally, my priceless collection of used bungees. I have never purchased one. Ever.