This is pretty much the same as the Ezee-Feed system. I built it using all cull plywood. I purchased the aluminum online from a place that will cut everything to size (the aluminum cost less than the shipping). The Transfer balls are available ...
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Location: Garden City, NY
Still a beginner. Aside from my day job, I spent the last 4 years renovating a 1928 Dutch Colonial on Long Island. I did everything myself, with the exception of a few things that i needed another set of hands for. This gave me the opportunity to do things i never thought i could do, such as electrical work, plumbing, paint stripping, painting, window replacement, plaster moldings, masonry work, and my favorite - carpentry.
In renovating my home I have accumulated a lot of tools. Since i was not paying any contractors to do the work, I was able to justify spending money on tools. Over the past few months I have been building a workshop in my basement.
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I am building some cabinets and need to cut a few (10) 4×8 sheets of plywood. Usually I have someone come over and help me, but that is no longer an option. I looked into several infeed systems but decided to build my own with some material...
I spent a good portion of the day hand cutting mortises in the face frames for my daughter’s cabinets. I only had a chisel that I purchased at the HD and it was a disaster. Noting came out right. So to make myself happy and to get somet...
I spent the day building face frames for my daughters bedroom built ins and also took some time to disassemble some of my old planes and give them all a bath in Evapo-Rust. I soaked all of the components with the exception of the knob and tote. ...
I stopped by a giant tool sale this weekend. When I got there, it turned out that the person selling all of his equipment was one of the gentleman from the Long Island Woodworker’s Club (of which I am a member). He had a lot of tools, bu...