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04-08-2013 02:57 PM

Space-Saving Double-Duty Tablesaw Workbench - 3 replies

Has anyone built the Space-Saving Double-Duty Tablesaw Workbench from Wood magazine ? I am considering it for my small shop but was wondering how it performed and the pros and cons of the design. Also chime in with any modifications you have or would make if you where to start again from scratch. http://www.woodmagazine.com/woodworking-plans...

11-07-2012 05:14 AM

Bearings and pipe - 3 replies

I am very unfamiliar with ID and OD sizes of bearings and standard pipe (black pipe, ridged conduet, etc). What I need to do for a project is have the slandered pipe say around 1” slide inside the bearing with very small tolerance. That is capleble Of repeatable daily use and of course done as cheaply as possible. Any help is very much...

02-20-2012 05:25 PM

Rockler Router Lift FX - 2 replies

Does anyone have one of these (Rockler Router Lift FX) and if so what do you think about it? Does it fix other brands of routers besides the ones listed (Porter-Cable 690/890 series, Bosch 1617-16-18, DeWalt* 610, 616, 618)? If anyone has used one with any other brands I would love to hear about your experience too. I’m thinking about p...

01-17-2012 08:55 PM

bit sharpping for "Work Sharp" - 4 replies

Has anyone created a jig or know if there is one commercially available for shaping drill bits on the Work Sharp W3000 or the W2000? I am thinking about buying a Drill Doctor however I would rather save a bit and just make/buy a jig for the Work Sharp system. Any feed back would be great.Thanks

12-16-2011 06:04 AM

pony bench vice - 1 reply

Has anyone used/bough the Pony 018-27090 (jorgensen) 9” woodworker vice clamp? Is a a decent vice for $35? Any feed back would be a great help. Here is a link to a pic and some basic info bout it.

11-19-2011 08:08 AM

honing using sand paper - 34 replies

Stones are very expensive not to mention can be messy. Does anyone have experience honing using sandpaper to hone chisels, planes, jointer knives, and planer knives? There is what looks to be a pretty good artical from Woodsmith. http://www.woodworkingtips.com/etips/2009/03/19/ws/ I’m thinking bout putting together one if it get really...

11-02-2011 10:11 PM

wall mounted folding wordworkers workbench - 13 replies

I trying to find a way to build a wood workers workbench similar to the one posted here http://lumberjocks.com/assets/pictures/projects/6371-438x.jpg however, I want to attach it to a wall with hinges so it can be lowered against the wall to allow room for my wifes car when its not needed. Sound relatively easy until I add in the fact that it ...


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