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03-30-2017 03:19 PM

Small format Cabinet saw - 2 replies

I’ve been thinking about table saw lately and because I have a small shop I’ve got a job site saw in there because it’s what fits. I think there may be a way to get a full size cabinet saw in there on a mobile base but it’s going to require major compromises and honestly likely won’t work well. Especially since in a...

05-10-2016 03:23 PM

Heavy Duty Drill Question - 26 replies

So I’ve been making some DIY upgrades in the back yard over the last year and one of them about 6 months back was installing a small retaining wall of pressure treated 4×4’s. I bought a 5/8” auger bit that is 17.5” long over all to drill the holes for the spike that would connect and anchor the wall into the ground. ...

03-29-2016 05:52 PM

Toy Chest Secret Compartment - 5 replies

I’m planning to build toy chests for the twins and I’d like to incorporate a secret compartment into the chest but I’m struggling with how to make that happen. Ideally it should be something that you really don’t see unless you know what to look for and I’d love it if there was something that you have to do to unloc...

03-15-2016 05:59 PM

What to buy and when? - 17 replies

I just started getting into woodworking a couple of years ago and have been slowly expanding my tool collection. Like many of us the combination of having recently bought a house and having two young kids means the budget is limited. Right now I’ve got a jobsite Table Saw (Craftsmen 137.218300), a 12” Hitachi Compound Miter Saw, M...

03-15-2016 05:29 PM

Looking for some help Configuring my Shop - 16 replies

When we bought our house 3 years ago I wasn’t into wood working and not really thinking about a workshop at all. I do like to work on my own cars and enjoy DIY projects so the small workshop attached to the back of the two car garage was a bonus but not a major driver in the sale. But over the last couple of years I’ve really started...

03-15-2016 03:10 PM

Onedia Dust Deputy Kit - 5 replies

So I’m looking at buying the $99 Onedia Dust Deputy Kit to turn my shop vac into a 2 stage system as at present its my only dust collector. When I do the mat on all the extra parts I have to buy to make it work It seems like the complete kit at $99 is a better deal than the bare collector at $49. The complete kit comes with a foam block...


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