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I just completed the case for storing my Kreg K2 & K3 pocket hole jigs. It has room for all of my accessories and about 2000 screws.
In the first video of a two part project video, I start by milling the lumber for the frame. Then I start to make some of the moldings for the frame on the router table. After that, I start on the “field” of the frame, and start to cut out for the inlays that will go into it. I finish this part by gluing up the field of the frame. As I always, I welcome your questions and comments!
Here is a video of how I made the Diamond Edition holdfast. Still some things to work out, but looks good enough to make an actual one to sell.
All of my measuring and squaring tools were spread out throughout the shop. I wanted them all in one place, so I made this. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IOwoCwpg54
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8sD2L65TCE Follow along as I take a walk through of my wood shop discussing the projects I am working on. Been busy these days as usual have a coffee table, 2 desks and all my chickens to look after!
I got the lower supports, hinge brackets, and the backstop on. Check it out!
With all the cutting and sand shading done and all the pieces properly organized, it’s time to have some fun. If you’ve done everything right up to this point, the assembly really is fun as you get to see the marquetry image materialize before your eyes. Before I get into that however, a couple of notes on things I’ve learned so far on this project. The first is the eyesight / cutting accuracy issue that I had when started using this hard veneer. I did a little resear...
In the process of building a crib, I ended up needed an efficient way to cut 76 perfectly aligned mortises for vertical slats. I designed the slats to be 1/2” thick and then rounded over both edges of the slat witha 1/4” round over bit to create the shape of the slat. Then using a 1/2” upsprial router bit and homemade jig I was able cut 1/2” wide mortise to fit the 1/2 thick slats and then the rounded over slat edges would fit perfectly into the rounded ends of these ...
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