Just assembled my Ridgid 4512 table saw (heavy) and Bull Dog Pro Max cast iron router table. Both well made pieces of equipment. When assemblying table saw consider these ideas. They worked for me: Place table saw upside down on an 8’ piece of 2×8 with a smaller length beside it for stability.Don’t add top extensions until saw is upright (contrary to instructions)Make sure the side panel with “Ridgid” and 4 holes on it will be on the left side when saw is u...
Sometimes, the means to produce a part of a project are nearly as interesting as the project itself! I’m building another box (Shock!! Surprise!!), similar to the “Quiet Little Oak Box” only larger. I again needed to cut some skewed tenons.I didn’t want to do it the same way as last time. Not that it didn’t work, but I wanted more control and accuracy. Also, this time was not a change of mind, where I could use the first, straight tenons as a handy guide for sawi...
Hey guys and Gals! Do you follow me on Google +? How about facebook? well if not, you may not know about the big suprise I have planned for a fellow woodworker. Its not to late to get involved. Basically there is this guy I cant name him because it would ruin the suprise. I got big plans for him and a lot of woodworkers have already gotten involved.. I wish i could go into more detail but its hard to do and keep the secret…So here is what you can do if youd like to know more… Be ...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVfN0adaEfcToday, I made a great scrap wood project, that will come in very handy around the shop :) Please Subscribe!
Hey Guys,Just finished building and shooting my scuptures in rotary view,Check it out and tell me what you thinkwww.gevrotem.com
Welcome fellow Lumberjocks to the second installment of my blog. I hope that you felt like the information presented in the opening episode of this blog was properly presented and that I was able to convey the information to you in an understandable manner. Unfortunately, in the opener we had to cover a lot of necessary information and provide a lot of pictures so that all Lumberjocks could understand the concept and construction of the jig. Now that we got that out of the way…and we...
18. I then began fitting the inside wall that would cover and hide my drawers. 19. I planed the edge of the board to make sure it would slide in and out properly. 20. I fitted the board and made sure to leave enough room behind it to allow the drawers to fit. 21. I took my bottom panel and sawed it to size then used a hand router to cut grooves for my dividers. 22. I made a bead over the inside edge of my desk top with a router. 23. I began cutting my dividers with a 45 degree shooting boar...
Because everything is in the classroom now it is more difficult to gather photos i will try and get some for yous. Just to give yous an update i have finished 2 out of 3 drawers (the big one and one of the smalls) i have to say half blind dovetails arent easy but the end product is pretty spectacular i also have the plywood back on the cabinet now, only one more drawer and the two doors and then its finishing time :)
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has anyone else picked a speedsand disc applicator i just got mine on tuesday its realy neatb its used too line up the sanding disc to your orbital sander i got the 5inch 5pin for my porter cable sander and im now going to get the 6inch 6pin for my rigid sander i saw it on A Concord carpenter tool blog and it realy works and its MADE IN THE USA not like all the tools in HD & lowes go america
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