After getting the space somewhat cleared and reorganized, I cobbled together my tools and a work area-kinda. The plywood I’m using had already been cut to size for another storage project in my outside shop, so I’m hoping the majority ...
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Location: Columbus, OH
beginner woodworker who's habit is on hold due to the necessity of college degree completion. Still trying to find small projects that can be completed in a day or weekend, or even weeks -to keep honing my skills, and make my home a more comfortable place to live.
-- aspiring jill of all trades
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Admittedly I have lived in Ohio my entire life….and there are much colder places to live. Experiencing temps in the single digits with wind chills between -30 and -40 listening to the furnace barely kick off and being extremely thankful that...
So my dad decided to gift me with his almost 30 year old craftsman table saw and band saw. They arrived separated from their bases, so I thought it would be an excellent time to give them a cleaning. Not that they were bad by any means – ju...
well, I overcame – sort of – my wheel issue. I got them mounted onto 2×4s and hinged onto the bench. For now, it will be staying on wheels until I figure out how to get the wheels out without the possibility of crushing my toe...
Ok, so I’ve been trying to figure out how to merge these two ideas, and sad to say I’m just not quite analytical enough to make the round peg go in the square hole. I really want to combine the idea from the table saw assembly table th...