And so we continue with the saga…and as with most projects I get ahead of myself and want to see how it’s going to work before I’m finished. Here is a mock up to see how the glass looks backlit. Works amazing. I just need to upgr...
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A few (OK, many) months ago when I should have been finishing my workbench I got the idea that it would be great to build a light table that would double as a drafting table. When I was a kid I loved to tape a piece of paper onto a window and trac...
So I had a short video that shows the finish going on but can’t seem to get it to work, so we will just have to show the picture progression. We’ve come a long way…starting with this pile of stuff back in May ‘12To thisR...
Continuing our workbench journey, we have the base to construct. I wanted the base to be as large as possible to allow for plenty of storage space down the line… So now we start with the layout, and shown previously…we cut the tenon...
So we continue with the bench progress…Making all the parts from the butcherblock table has it’s set backs, but I can live with that. Here we have the router plate cut out that has now been modified to accept my jig-saw. For those o...