I walked in the room and found our 2 year old son pretending to rip some boards on his “table saw”. I became particularly proud when I noticed he made sure to use a push stick. He had no instruction from my wife or I.
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Drawing a line, rough-sawing and sanding a curve wasn’t good enough, and I really wanted to make a good curve with a nice square edge. Behold, the complex router template contraption that worked perfect. Surely there was an easier way to...
I prefer to do gift wrapping out on the work island, where I can use a utility blade for quick cutting. This year I found a good use of wood hand screw clamps.
I woke up early this morning with an idea of using Legos to quickly build an incremental table saw jig. This jig helped me quickly produce a new clamp rack that incorporates my new parallel clamps. The 1×8 line pieces acted as stop blocks...