After taking in everyone’s comments (thank all of you very much), I decided to make the base design flexible so that I can use any type of extension tables I want. For the most part this meant making the base square, as the base orientation ...
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I recently purchased off of Craigslist a barely used DeWalt DW735 thickness planner. The planer did not come with any type of stand or cart, so I will have to build one. My “workshop” is a two car garage which has two cars parked in it...
The only major defect is c hip missing from the top of the tote. I was going to pass on repairing the tote mainly because there was no way I could duplicate the wood, and I really wanted a clear finish on the tote and knob. However the top of the ...
The next step on my hand plane journey is to disassemble all the parts and clean everything up. I separated all of the ferrous metal parts and put them in a bath of Evapo-rust: I also sanded off the finish on the knob and tote. The tote has a c...
I am writing this blog to describe my journey down the bench plane path. I hope that it does not bore everyone. I have a small shop in my two car garage which has two cars it in. In other words very cramped, but I have a niche in which I store my ...