Being a complete noob, I didn’t understand that successfully clearing some space in the shop creates two “problems.” First, you now have room to work, which means more wood shows up and more projects get added to the list. Seco...
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Location: Centreville, Virginia, USA
Tax lawyer by day, beginning woodworker and DIYer by night and weekends, "Daddy" at all times and on all days.
-- "Sometimes the creative process requires foul language." -- Charles Neil.
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You make more space of course! Get rid of tools . . . what are you, nuts?! For me, I needed to clear floor space in order to get bigger tools back against the walls, get them on wheels, and create some storage underneath them. But to do that, I...
As I finished my wife’s desk, I know I was officially hooked. I was unable to resist the urge to acquire more tools, including a used Delta thickness planer. I made a jointing jig so I could edge-joint on my little DeWalt contractor table ...
After the massive built-in was finished, there were a few other projects I had been working on. We needed a gate for our deck, to keep Destructor contained. So when a trip to the dump turned up a nice pile of pressure treated cutoffs from someon...