I wake up one morning to find that I’ve been a member of LumberJocks for 365 days! I can’t believe it’s been a year since I started woodworking “for real”. I have always been “handy” and done projects ...
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|commented on||The Maloof Library Series #10: Maloof Inspired Sculpted Table project - Pixar meets woodworking||12-19-2011 04:42 PM|
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|started topic||hard or soft maple for closet organizer?||11-23-2011 04:49 PM|
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Just some minor details attended to for this update. First, I cut out some hold downs to use in the t-slots I cut in front of the fence (shown without the t-bolts) Then I applied the measuring tape I bought from woodcraft to the top fron...
Before installing the fence, I needed to rout the t-slots for the hold downs. I did this by just clamping a straight piece of hardwood to the sled to use as a fence for the router. Here’s a picture with all of the hold down t-slots d...
This evening I finished up the mitre rails by counter-sinking 3 @ 3/4” screws into them from the bottom, making sure they were not protruding so they don’t scrape my mitre slots. After that, I ripped a strip of walnut into two long ...
Since I now have a “real” table saw (thanks Timbo!) and my current project is going to call for a mitred “frame”, I decided now is a great time for a 45 degree mitre sled. Thanks to RKW's mitre sled project (and thanks to ...