|Project by HRLou||posted 542 days ago||1249 views||1 time favorited||9 comments|
I’ve just gotten back into woodworking after too long. Part of rebuilding my skills was to remember the lumber rack I had way back when and reconstruct it. Two-by-fours, on edge, lagged into the wall studs with holes drilled every 18 inches or so for the brackets. Brackets are 1/2” ply with a 2-by sandwiched between, and 1/4” bolts through the uprights.
The zero-clearance inserts were a necessity for my old (seriously—’40’s or ‘50’s era) Rockwell tilting-table saw. Instead of going through the expense and headaches of tracking down OEM inserts, it was a quick trip to the Wally World for a large white plastic cutting board and a handful of 1/4” machine screws.
Sexier stuff will be coming later, but I figured instead of just lurking, I should share a little as well.
Thanks for looking!