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For those of you who believe that you do not have enough clamps, I found and posted free cam clamp plans here . Easy to make and cheap. most of it can be found in your spare stick bin. Have fun. UPDATE After making over 10 I posted a few ...
I was looking around to see what was the hardest wood types, what was the softest wood types, what was the hardness of the wood I had available and although I didn’t find all the woods in the world, I did find this and it seemed to be the bi...
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Been busy making all sorts of things, and as they get finished I’ll post them. Recently I realized that my sled was 1/16th inch out of square. Thinking that it was the blade i made sure it was perfectly square to the fence. After making sure...