You may have seen my last posts with the sketchups. i got the sides cut, the parallelogram mechanism working, and the motor mounted. i had to use a different mounting system then in the plans because the belt i got was way to long. i ended up moun...
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Location: Phoenicia NY
I am 17 years old and in the past couple years I have found a natural talent in woodworking. Nobody in my family has ever had any experience in it so it was/is up to me to teach myself. My parents told me I could use the basement so I pretty much unfinished what was a finished basement. I still have alot to learn although I have finished some so far successful projects. some of these projects include beds, dressers, and cutting boards. I try to be as resourceful as i can, as i have pretty much no budget. I have received tons of generous donations including a powermatic pcs-14 bandsaw which i use to cut all of my hardwood lumber from firewood logs.
Woodworking is one of my favorite things to do and I hope this site will help me get to the next level!
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homemade 12" jointer #2: Sides done, cutter head mounted, and motor mounted. (only sketchup, pics next weekend, sorry!)
So I’l start this off by saying that I was planing on taking pictures and only remembered once we had left the house/shop for the weekend that I had forgotten. So anyway, I cut the sides with my band saw and jig saw. They came out pretty ...
So i’m planning on building the same jointer in Matthias Wandel’s jointer plans but the only thing that im going to change, is instead of using spruce, i’m going to use maple. I can get it for almost the same price and it is a ha...