This refurb was one of the biggest machines I have worked on that has a top speed of 0 mph. It took some months to complete due to the complete tear down painting and rebuild. Most every part had some sort of combination of rust, dirt, grease, a...
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I bought this jointer on Craigslist for $160 delivered! It was in need of some TLC, but wanted to check it out to see if it was fundamentally okay. When I went to see it, I took a close look at the flatness of the table and it still looked great...
All the cutting done for the base, mortise and tenons made and fitted. I glued up the sides, and set with pipe clamps. The next day I used my brand new Forstner bits to drill holes for 3/8” dowels to pin the mortises. This is the first ti...
I should note that I have built a workbench before, but had to give it up when I moved from Florida to Washington state. The old workbench never really had a proper top, and was constructed using doubled up 2×4 with lap joints and lots of bo...