SO I saw a few jigs on youtube of homemade spindle sanders. They make them by using a hole saw and glue the pieces together forming a cylinder. I attempted to make one in class but I used a lathe instead of cutting out separate circles with a hole...
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My rack has recently been glued up, so me and my teacher Mr. Santucci (btw he has an awesome beard) decided we were going to put drawers in between two of the bottom shelves. There will be probably about seven inches in height but only about fine ...
So I am trying to figure out a way to keep my fishing rods from falling out of the rack. There are Holes drilled for the bottom of the rod on the bottom shelf but for the top self im not sure if I should drill holes and cut an opening or use somet...
So I am building a fishing rod rack for myself, and I have a few concerns. First, I chose this project because I am an avid fisherman and am always in need of more storage for my rods. they are always in a cluster or piled in a corner. even if I a...