There’s not much to add to this little slide presentation.I hope some of you find it useful. To see more on this build please click on the link to my blog:http://shopprojectsandjigs.blogspot.com/2011/01/simple-outfeed-table-that-takes-lit...
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Location: Edmonton Alberta
Hobby woodworker complete with: - contractor saw, 18" bandsaw, radial arm saw, lunchbox planer, 1 hp DC, Delta 16" VS lathe, 2 hp cyclone dust separator, 15: drill press and the usual assortment of tools I rarely use and love to own.
I am comfortable with most tools and have some experience with almost all standard hand and power tools.
I like making small furniture items and turning bowls.
I built my home shop this summer .
see it build here:
Web site is a work in progress.
-located in Edmonton Alberta - Canada
-- A mind, like a home, is furnished by its owner
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I’ve been struggling with fitting brass hinges into softer woods that I seem to work with today against my better judgment.By the time I have the mortise cut for the hinge I find that usually a portion of the mortise has either fallen away, ...
I’m still trying to organise my clamps and keep them within reach but out of the workspace.I find it is harder than it looks. I have about thirty of fourty small clamps that I use for various projects. Until now I kept them in a box and it w...
As usual, I’m looking for an easier way to do a task when I’m woodworking.Every so often I find myself needing to do more to some mortise and tenon joinery and have often thought that I wanted a dedicated mortiser. My first big problem...