So this is the one tool in my shop that has time and time again brought me to the brink of catastrophe…. Within the first 60 seconds of sanding with 100 grit, I had put several depressions in the top. And of course, I started on the ...
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General purpose gear head, CAD jockey, CNC tool junky & DIY glutton for punishment...
I was bit with the woodworking bug when my dad custom made built-in desks, bookshelves, cabs and mantle in our family home.
After a decade in the navy, I punched out and built a timber frame house in Maine. And after 15 years, three kids, a large addition and a few out buildings, I'm calling the place done.
Currently work as an industrial packaging engineer and I'm setting up a man cave in the basement to make shaker and A&C style furniture.
Jer. 29:11 :^)
-- Pine is fine, but Oak's no joke!
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I am very happy with the quality of cut I am getting with the Fussion blade, and have no reservations about gluing up the panels right off of the TS. Smoother and straighter than my jointer produces (granted, it’s a really old jointer). ...
Sorted boards to get the straightest ones, then hit them with a wire brush to get the dirt off of them. Jointer-jointer-planer-table saw Flat face – square and flat edge – parallel and flat opposite face – parallel square a...
This pile of lumber was given to my good friend after painting a house. They apparently are the cutoffs from a deck build some years earlier and sat piled under the deck. He in turn gifted them to me. 38 boards of 4/4×3-1/2×50̶...
I cleaned up my solid model and created a 5 page set of shop drawings….