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|05-08-2010 02:09 AM||
My First Box Joint Jig - 5 replies
Here is my first box joint jig i made for my router table. The idea came from Steve Maskery, he had a video of one that he made. Here is the link.http://lumberjocks.com/topics/14531Mine looks different but i liked his idea of the dust collection port, which works really well. Its just made of 3/4 mdf and a couple pieces of pine. I am happy with ...
|05-06-2010 02:54 PM||
What are these? - 16 replies
Ive been cleaning out a area in my shop building that was used for storage by my parents, most things in this area have been untouched for many years. Its about a 1500 sq ft area that will work out a lot better for my wood shop than where it is now. Down side of that its going to need a lot of work. Anyway back to the point of this post. I found...
|04-14-2010 03:51 AM||
Craftsman Shaper - 11 replies
I hope this is not a no no but i have a Craftsman shaperit was in real bad shape when i got it. rust real bad, i had to replace the drive motor and have a new arbor made at a local machine shop and a lot of elbow grease getting rid of all the rust. i replaced the motor with a aftermarket 1/2 hp 3450 rpm motor and i installed a switch so i could ...
|04-11-2010 03:10 AM||
Push Blocks - 9 replies
Maybe i improvise to much but these work great for push blocks. They are drywall sanding sponges for around 5 bucks.