I’m a list maker and a planner…which appears opposite of my nature to just get frustrated and jump in to ‘just do it’ some times. I’ve been working on slowing myself down for the past few years and have had some succe...
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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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I finally got back to working on this task and wanted to break it down into multiple steps that I could possibly handle getting it all cut before our first snow (and we’ll hope that isn’t until December but who knows in OH?). I̵...
parts borrowed from EE’s post on my first blog, and built on :) 1. Fence -nice recommendations on the last two posts – just have to save my pennies 2. New Blade(s) – broke down yesterday and bought a combination Freud blade...
Out of curiosity I priced out Hutch’s fence parts and came up with about $260 for the main parts. I added a few more things to my order than he did (extra screws, slot covers, etc) so overall it was about $275. Not bad! 020 T Slot Linear ...
I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed looking at all of the possible/plausible/necessary upgrades that I need/want to do to my table saw (and other tools but this one takes precedence). So I thought well… I should probably put them in some ki...