Here is a video of building a pocket hole jig for use with jobber drills. View on YouTube
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Machineshop benefits in woodworking #7: modifying my harbor freight workbench vise and adding clamping capability.
I am making some clamping brackets that work like the jerguson style bar clamp brackets, to be used on my woodworking bench, I can’t use the already made jerguson clamp adjustable bracket, because it will interfere with the benchtop that I ...
The client supplied deer antlers to use for his drawer pulls, this is video documenting a technique of making a template board for alignment and drilling perpendicular to the antler, as well as using it to mark out hole locations on the drawer fro...
I do a lot of jobs that require, using old reclaimed lumber, and I really don’t like using my good table saw to cut up junk wood. So it was time to build a portable knockdown table saw, that can be assembled using only four clamps, and di...
As I’m building these corner brackets, I realized that my commercial pocket hole jig won’t work, for this application, the bit diameter is to wide and interferes with the edge of the workpiece, so I need to make my own makeshift pocket...