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SCMS stand w/ folding wings #2: Partitions

12-29-2013 02:53 AM by Mainiac Matt | 3 comments »

We do a lot of corrugated partitions at work, and occasionally do similar designs out of plywood cut on the CNC for use in crates. So I laid these out in 1/4” Masonite and banged them out about a month ago. Here are the individual pieces… Ad here they are set up…

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SCMS stand w/ folding wings #1: Plan modeled

12-29-2013 02:16 AM by Mainiac Matt | 9 comments »

Two years ago I found this article in FWW magazine and knew this was the sand I wanted to build. Since I have already built a hood and have my saw parked right next to my DC, I decided to modify the design and use the case to organize my cut offs. Here’s the magazine plan… And here’s my design modeled up in Solid Works… I did all this two years ago, but it has just now made it to the top of my list.

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A Tale of Two Saws #1: Goodbye SCMS, Hello RAS

10-14-2013 03:18 PM by Mikhail | 11 comments »

I have 2 sliding compound miter saws. And I REALLY want to get rid of one, but WHICH one? And I have been stuck on this for the last 6 years. 6 years of storing one and using the other. Or leaving them at different build sites on the property to save walking. Or having one outside and one in a shop. I am sick of it. I do not need 2, that just earns me suspicious looks from the wife. (having them at 2 far points on the property helped having them not be noticed as much) Now that I am...

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My Workshop #2: Workshop Progress - The War Zone

05-21-2012 02:55 PM by steliart | 7 comments »

After the first 20 days my workshop looks like a war zone. Some progress has been made but is a slow process and not all things/tools are here yet. First thing we did was to build a 2X3m WC at the south/west corner of the shop, that was a must since we are a bit far from home. Also the tiles for the kitchen have been installed. Next it was the electrical 240V wiring, and since the electricians asked for a huge amount to do the job, I had to do it my self and it cost me 1/...

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