A cross-cut sled should be one of the first jigs that a woodworker makes for the tablesaw. It’s more accurate that the typical miter gage and is safer to use. I’ve made a few versions over the years, but have not created one for ...
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As you all know, working in the shop is a relaxing and rewarding way to spend some free time; either repairing or creating. While working it’s nice to have either news or music playing. The shop already has four speakers and an amplifier (re...
Last summer I acquired a Sears Craftsman dust collector (113.299780) at auction for $50. It had been stored in a barn for quite some time (and it showed). Lots of rust, dust and other debris and possibly some animals living inside. But it did w...