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My Garage/Work Shop Makeover #3: New Cabinets Over the Tool Box

06-20-2013 01:23 AM by MT_Stringer | 8 comments »

To prepare for the next phase of the makeover, I demoed the old work bench that has served me well for the last 20+ years. Fortunately, it was built with drywall screws and came apart easily. I only had to pull the 6 nails that I used to fasten it to the wall. I called a friend and he came over and loaded it up. In a week or so, I’ll go help him set it up in his garage. I cleaned up the area and painted the part of the wall that I could get to. Then with a lot of pushing and pulling,...

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Jigs and techniques #4: Flexi-Sled Table Saw Sled

11-22-2011 04:30 AM by GregD | 1 comment »

Yet another table saw sled. The idea behind this table saw sled was to provide a lot of flexibility in clamping down the fence and workpieces. The top is 3/4” melamine edge banded with scraps I happened to have handy. On the bottom is a 30 inch Kreg Jig and Fixture Bar. The T tracks on top are cut from 2 48” lengths. The fence is a Rockler router table fence that I found on sale a year or so ago. I had to shim it with Scotch Tape on the bottom to square the face to ...

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My auto-locking lift mechanism on my outfeed table and wall mounted panel saw

03-18-2012 12:08 AM by tedth66 | 3 comments »

A handful of people have asked me about building a similar outfeed table like mine and wondered how I supported the table/panel saw. Instead of trying to describe the mechanism, I thought I’d post a short video of my design (in action), that I used on my Outfeed Table and now on my Wall Mounted Panel Saw. Here's my Outfeed Table Here's my Wall Mounted Panel Saw To operate, I simply lift the table/panel to lock it into place and when I want to fold it down, I lift slightly on t...

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Making a Wood Bracelet with Scrappy #1: Step #1 Getting Ready/Choosing your Wood

09-04-2011 08:08 PM by scrappy | 8 comments »

Hello all,I have been asked to give a class on making a wood bracelet similar to this one. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/18322 I want to point out that we will NOT be using the special jig I made. I have a different way to get the same results which does not require each of you making a jig. Part #1Getting started and choosing wood. Step #2Preparation off wood and cutting notches. Step #3Drilling holes and shaping. Step #4Finishing and final assembly We will begin be goin...

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Box Joint Fence for the Dado Crosscut Sled

12-12-2011 09:24 PM by Bob Simmons | 5 comments »

For all Details…Check out the following link….. Box Joint Fence for the Dado Crosscut Sled................. ...................The Apprentice and The Journeyman University The Apprentice and The JourneymanLearn more, Experience more!

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Drum/Thickness sander

11-11-2011 11:14 PM by wildbill001 | 7 comments »

Why oh why did I wait so long to build this? It has been a joy to have in the shop since I finished it a month or so ago. Here’s the little beauty: Built almost completely with what I had on hand. 2×4 frame, 1/2 hp motor spinning at 1725rpm. 5” MDF disks on a 5/8” cold-rolled axle. No velcro for the sandpaper, just wrapped around the drum. Adjustment is via a piece of 5/16” all-thread I had in the shop. The table is 12” wide with a usable sanding o...

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Easy. Elegant Wooden Box Hinge #1: I could kick myself

06-23-2011 07:26 AM by shipwright | 58 comments »

A few months ago I spent many many hours trying to perfectly align a set of “box joint hinges” for my project ” A Little Cabinetree” After I finally got them working I installed them on the edges of the MDF sides and doors and then veneered over the whole works. The only good part was that there were enough left over prototype parts that I could make a hinge for my next project from the cast-offs Then this week I was making a tea box for a friend and when...

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Steps Cutting Board Version 2 (Two Step)

08-18-2010 03:03 AM by SPalm | 67 comments »

This is a second generation Steps cutting board made out of walnut, maple, and cherry. The first Steps board I made used a basic square with edge of maple and cherry to make it a block and a notch to do the stepping. I wanted to try to make a stepping board using the hex Tumbling Block design, and this is what I came up with. In order to make the hex do the stepping, I needed to notch all three sides, as can be seen in the Sketchup drawing. The cool thing here is that it steps in two di...

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Table Saw Adjustable Extension support Details

03-01-2011 07:36 AM by Robsshop | 14 comments »

I have had some interest from a few L J’s on a TS feature built into My saw’s fence extension rail. One Member suggested that I put together some details and pics and enter it as a Blog, so here it is. This is My first Blog, so I hope I can make sense of this simple but useful TS fixture. It consists of a few easily fabricated pieces that can be be put together with very little difficulty and can be adapted to most TS’s with hollow extension fence rails ! The main beam th...

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Redwood doormat

03-26-2011 12:46 AM by Stevinmarin | 21 comments »

Hey, who wouldn’t like a new doormat? This one is 27” x 18” and 1.5” thick. You can make it with one 2×6 board, 8 feet long.

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