I’m building a spray room today in my shop and need to exhaust the fumes but the explosion poof fans are very expensive. The cheapest one I could find is about $600 dollars. So this is what I planed and I’m looking for your impute, ideas and tho...
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Hello everyone can you tell me what woodworking magazines will pay you for submitting tips about woodworking? I don’t subscribe to any but recently I bought the American woodworker to read an article written by Darrel Pert. I noticed that ...
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I wanted a way to cut large sheet stock for cabinet backs, bookcases or whatever and can’t buy a sliding table saw so I made one—sort of. I started by gluing 4 pieces of Oak together and finished it off at 2×2 ¼. With that in cl...