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Wanted to play with my other set a wheels but ran out of 1 1/2” wheels for centers so lets try some 2” for a change up.Here’s the wheels I ebanized.And here’s the new set of tires I can’t beleave I didn’t take any pictures of the new wheels being put together.I meant to add lug nuts but got busy gluing up and didn’t notice till it was to late. GRRRRR!!! Note to self drill the spoke holes one size bigger next time,will have a tad better reveal.It t...
So, my bride comes to me this morning asking, “what’s wrong with this picture?” Realizing that it had been quite a few years since my first Hepplewhite stand, I committed to build another to even out the look of our bedroom. The first stand, built in 1997, has red oak legs, hackberry sides and drawer font, and a sassafras top. It was finished with shellac and beeswax. The top has been re-waxed several times over the years and is in need of a touch up. As to the new stand,...
This is me trying to fix a leather tool belt with only the materials in my shop.View on YouTube
If you have ever seen those lichtenberg machine and thought, “boy thats cool i want one” then this is the video for you. in this video i will go over the basic use of the litchtenberg as well as how to wire up the transformer.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m26c7GqBJPM&t=70s
I thought I should put a couple of butterflys in the cracks underneath the top. This is my first try at this and I am pretty pleased with the way they turned out.
We moved into a house built in 1994 last November. It’s a great house with some nice remodeling already done, but the doors were hollow core and we wanted to replace them. Our first stop was to some local Tucson window and door companies. Wow, talk about sticker shock! We had nine doors to replace, and good quality ones were upwards of $1K each. We also found the handyman places that had doors that were solid wood for about $400 each. The thing is, it was a veneer over pine lumb...
I’m sold on Makita sanders. I’ve owned Porter Cable sanders going back decades. Is it that mine are old and tired, or is Makita superior? I don’ t know. I do know that these Makitas are real workhorses and the fact that even the fractional sheet models have dust collection makes them perfect for me. I’m really impressed with the dust collection on the Makita RO sander model BO5041. I have a Jet dust collector and a shop vac, but I hate having a hose to deal wit...
I have now glued and cut 6 layers on this piece. After cutting the angles there a 4 wedge shaped pieces from each layer. These cut offs will be another project for the future. 10 more layers remaining.
I finished the cabinets and got them in their new home. Just in time before the rain started pouring. New top and face frame rail on the 2nd base cabinet. Drilling some pocket holes for the rail. Putting the frame together. I really enjoy using pocket screws they are easy to do, fast, and strong. After mounting the face frame back to the cabinet next thing was to cut the doors down. On the tablesaw sled. You can see how my left side of the saw is limited in ...
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