|Project by DeLayne Peck||posted 09-07-2012 10:52 AM||3039 views||1 time favorited||15 comments|
We all know this story. Hmmm, box joints, have never done that. Ah, that is a cool jig. I’ll build that. I’ll do joints on the old Mark V. It’s just there on standby. Why switch blades on the Delta TS? Errr, old dado set pretty dull. Shop, shop, read, read. Oshlun 6”, good enuf reviews, right price range for a hobbyist. But, the reviews are bitching about the cardboard box they come in. Hey, I’ll make a box joint box for the Oshlun dado set!
What wood? Got all those Dougie Fir cut offs from rebuilding my 40 ft. front porch. I’ll re-saw lengths on the new-to-me Craigslist Delta 14” BS. $@&%, don’t have a resaw jig for that BS. Oh, and I have those on-off magnet dealies loose somewhere. Why not? I’ll invent a jig with them. Oops, need a good BS blade for re-sawing. Shop, shop, invent, done! And that new fangled digital angle gauge says my re-saw jig is only .000003 snoofers off of 90 degrees!
Knee deep in saw dust and chopped up porch flooring, “Hope you little, 6 in. dado B
$^#ds are happy in there.”
-- DJ Peck, Lincoln Nebraska. Lord, keep your arm around my shoulder and your hand over my mouth.