https://youtu.be/cLwxgI6Dsb8 Here is the official announcement for the Valentine’s Day Maker Challenge – I am hoping for anyone interested and available to enter.
Well spent one hour getting some things caught up….the second corner post was jack planed to remove all the saw marks, and the a Stanely#7c was run around a while..Until it was all flat and smooth. Clamped the new post to the old post, to do a bit of lay out work.. So I could transfer the dados’ locations better While I was down in the shop, and laying out parts.. I tried out the “new” bandsaw jig. Been having troubles doing resaws, so figured this could ...
Santa gave me a multi-tool for Christmas and I used a Home Depot gift card to buy some accessories for it. I picked up a Dremel profile sanding kit. Turns out the radius of one of the profiles matches the concave section of my raised panel Ogee, so I set up and sanded the end grain. Started with 120 grit and then stepped up to 180. Here’s the kit…. Here’s the profile I used… and here’s my setup on my downdraft TS outfeed table… This really ta...
Hello again folks! This weekend’s project was a toy gun, but I wanted to make the trigger click back after being fired. To accomplish this, I used a simple rubber band! The main shape was cut out using a Shapeoko 3 CNC machine. Enjoy! View on YouTubeuTube
So I’ve been gathering parts to build a cyclone dust collector for a while and finally get serious about starting to finish putting it together. The main components are:Blower/motor are from a Delta 50-181 2HP 1PH, according to the manual is 8 1/2” mad SP and 1100CFM.Cyclone is Super Dust Deputybin is a fiber barrel I had aroundFilter is a 36” CYFN36, 350 sq ft surface area, supposed to be Merv15220V Long Ranger remote switch I also have a few other parts like a Muffle...
I continued to work on this Massive Stump, slicing off several 4” – 5” slabs . As you can see no mills involved, just my Stihl and Beam Machine. When I got to the bottom I decided to leave enough for a7 1/2” Monster, after routing both sides this beauty is ready for some down time. The Dimensions are around 4’ x 3’ at widest widths
Hey guys, Here I am making the Shooting board Mike Pekovich covers in his Article. I do my miter setup a bit different than his. So definitely check that article out from Fine Woodworking, and check out my video below. View on YouTube
I made the fretboard out of some maple I salvaged from a kitchen cabinet doors I brought home from work. Marking the frets was easy with some calipers and a chart I found on the internet, and I used a piece of plywood as a straight edge with a pull saw I have. The nut and bridge were also made from the same piece of maple. I decided to bolt the neck for added strength and ran into another mistake. Some bracing was in the way of the nut. After a bit of chisel work I had the neck bolted to the ...
My first attempt at a tumbling block cutting boardhttps://youtu.be/8bRXFsCSeP4
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/787761497/the-lunatic-3d-maze-puzzles-in-figured-and-exotic If you would like to watch the progress or comment i welcome your input.
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