I finished my single door pie safe. It was made from antique pine I got from a neighbors barn. I bought the tins online, and used pocket joinery for the rails and stiles. I took the plans from a Sketch up model which I cut and half and a...
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Have you every had a situation were you were working with older, dryer wood, or antique pine, and you were planing away, and BANG, a pretty knot in the center of the wood exploded. Well, here’s what you can do with the situation instead of ...
Hey gang, here’s an update on my pie safe adventures… I worked on the raised panel side of the safe. There are four of them, and I used my snazy new horizontal router to do them. Lemmetellyasum’n. PRACTICEPRACTICEPRACTIVE...
Hey All, Sorry it took a while to get back to this. I had some sad family business to take care of, but I got back and finished this sander. Basically, I just built a box around the drum. It took a LOT of tweaking, primarily because I stin...