|Project by Thos. Angle||posted 1977 days ago||4359 views||27 times favorited||27 comments|
In Lee Jesberger’s video on the Ezee-Feed, he shows one of these, but of course, I didn’t get around to building one until I needed it really bad. I didn’t want to go to town(62 miles) so I just used what I could find. I had a piece of 5/8 particle board about 9 1/2 inches wide and some spin wheels. I picked up some oak from the floor and some super glue. I did have to go to the local Ranch Hand store and get $1.10 worth of carriage bolts. These clamps(ala Nicki) really pull tight. Notice that I figured out to just use one side of the Ezee-Feed rather than the whole thing. This also works well when ripping long boards.The other good thing is that you work from the side and are never in the way of flying chuncks of wood. I just did a pretty fair stack of Oak and it couldn’t have been easier. It is easier than using a small jointer and less work than my jointer plane. Why did I wait so long to build this??
-- Thos. Angle, Jordan Valley, Oregon