So the style of door i am making is a frame and panel style.. This is where I really put my new dado set to good use .. The doors are made with poplar(1×3) railand stiles with 1/4” plywood as the panel. 1. Cut 1/4” and 1/2” deep dado in all 4 pieces of poplar. ( per door)2. Cut 1/2” wide tenon again using the dado stack … Primary objective is making sure the style is flush with the mating tenon.. I chose this joint because when done correctly it pro...
My honey for the last year or so trying her hand at raising goats. That has meant a lot of carpentry and electrical work for me: First converting an old chicken pen into a barn for the goats with divided rooms, second adding overhead heat and lighting (in progress). This past week my wife suggested, well asked, for us to look into making goat cheese. Well, to make goat cheese you need goat milk duh; to get goat milk you need to milk goats; to milk goats you need something to keep them st...
I was in Harbor Freight the other day and I came across their No 33 bench plane, whatever that is. But for $10 I thought, “what the hell, let’s see what can be done with it”. In this video I unbox it and then proceed to tune it up. About 2 hours later (spread over a couple of days) I had a plane that could take whisper thin shavings. It won’t be replacing my nicer planes, but I’ll be keeping it to plane the edges of plywood, MDF, etc., stuff I don’t want...
LEGS CONTINUED.. My next steps were to make the legs for this mini bench. I had already glued the two plywood sheets together. I also had my cherry hardwood parts ready. I used a marking knife to define the the grooves I would cut in order to fit the plywood stretchers. The grooves would be very shallow, but enough to align the stretchers. I used a DADO setup to cut the grooves. I used test pieces first to define the depth. When I was satisfied with the saw blade depth setting I cut...
I’ve set out to build a desk that I saw online. In this case much of the work has been done for me because the website where the desk is sold actually lists the dimensions of the parts. That said, I’m making a few small changes. I’m not revealing my target until it’s done, so stick around to see where we end up. [Below] It’s just possible that this project could be made from a quarter sheet of plywood. I’m not sure yet, plus I’ve already violated ...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pH_CYZ9jOMw I got all the recessed light housings up and wired. I also installed and wired a couple of outlets that will eventually be on a switch for my main strip lights Case Mod Portfolio: http://themodsquito.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/themodsquitoTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheModsquito
A revised Offering to get this stuff gone, okay? Pictured are parts for a Stanley #50: The main body; one cutter; the body ‘bolt’ that usually has a wing nut attached; and a one-wingnut fence. I’d like $12 PLUS SHIPPING for everything -one money for all- and it’s yours. PM if interested, thanks.
Hello. I have a couple of extra cutters for the Stanley #46 skew plough, a 1/4” and a 5/8”. I’d like $18 “Shipped” for these two cutters, it’s a package deal. PM if interested, thanks.
Price lowered. Won’t mess with it for less than $12 shipped, and it’s a fair price at that. This oft-missing part came with a recent eBay purchase and I don’t need it. PM if interested, thanks.
I had a request from No 2 Son to replicate the Box I made for his first daughter CaitlinSeems younger sister Emily spotted it and requested the same, I didn’t keep any records on how I did it and asked if I could get it back to copy it, this proved to be impossible due to the aproaching Birthday. So I set to work, working off a few pictures I took before. I was making great progress until I put the lid on. There seemed to be a problen with the grain. Wondering if ...
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