It’s taken me awhile to get back in luthier mode after making all my flat top jigs, fixtures and an exploratory table. The table inspiration came out of an archtop blank offcut. First came a small shelf that I’ve been looking at for about 6 mos., then came the tables while I was still thinking like a furniture maker. I resaw at an angle for economy Happy go lucky Butcherbird just minding his own business. sez the Magpie …. ” Get off my Archtop ! ...
So I need a easy project for my final project. Can you guys help me get a project to do. So I don’t fail. Thanks
This week I was able to connect the support to the bench. The bench is coming along great I drilled many pocket holes in the side to connect the peices using the Kreg Jig id like to have full assembly in the next 2 weeks
First I cut out my side and top stretchers for my coffee table. So the next step was for the pocket holes. I drilled pocket holes in the side stretchers.
I was absolutely thrilled with the progress that I made yesterday on my "Scary-Go-Round" painted carousel project! After all the thinking and planning, I think it is coming together rather nicely. I was debating on whether I was going to put it aside for a little bit and do some other work, but I can't help but keep moving forward and forging ahead. As each element is completed, I find myself wanting to hurry and get to the next part. It is wonderful to see my ideas turning into...
Got some more work done on my second box. Bottom piece glued-up and trimmed and attached with #8 X 2” drywall screws. Inside the box with bottom attached.
Cockpit complete, now waiting for the seat. Boat is stained and varnished. The launch is in the near future!
No pictures on this episode only to report that I pulled the 10/3 out and pulled the 6/3 in along with replacing the two separate single pole 30 amp breakers with a single double pole 50 amp breaker at the main, tomorrow will be a continuation of wiring up the shop and replacing the old 4 space sub panel with an 125 amp 8 space panel.
Here’s a small desk blotter that I made from 1/4” sugar pine and some 8 oz leather
After much hoping and dreaming and pining and planning but very little budgeting the thoughts of getting a SawStop 3HP has been put on hold. The next best thing in my mind is the G1023RL from Grizzly so I’ve gone ahead and called the sales office and ordered the saw, mobile base and a zero clearance insert. 10” 3 HP 240V Cabinet Left-Tilting Table SawSKU: G1023RL Zero Clearance Table Saw Insert for G1023SKU: H0628 Shop Fox Heavy-Duty Mobile BaseSKU: D2057A Just waiting...
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