Well, it’s quitin’ time on the desk. I’ve managed to drag it out most of the year by only working a few hours each month on it unfortunately. My wife loves it and my oldest boy (8) thinks I’m the best builder ever. So, it...
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Which part of the drill bit goes into the chuck? Yes, it's almost that bad...
So, I'm a father of four little ones, and in the military. We move a lot, and by necessity, my shop and furniture have to be easily moved too. That usually results in modular designs, and knock-down furniture. I spend a painful amount of time in Sketch up making sure my crazy ideas -- which are usually far more complicated than reasonable/necessary -- will work. So, I'm going to be doing a lot of work with self-supporting stuff, and pinned/through tenons. Advice and suggestions/ideas are always welcome.
-- _Never argue with an idiot. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience_
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Well, them and PVC. Spraying dye, needed a cage. Getting close to finished. Not much time to type, but pictures are always fun. FYI, this is an explosion proof (USCG rated) marine exhaust fan for purging engine compartme...
It’s a blog, so I can blab I suppose. Some SOB commented that I ought go to such and such website to learn how to stain birch ply without blotching. Well, thanks. You should have just asked me if I wanted the red pill or the blue. It all ...
So, the kids are with the extended family for a while this summer, and I’ve had a couple of afternoons to myself. Yesterday, I got the top fitted, and then turned to the most terrifying part of the whole deal. If you hadn...