Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'drill press'

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Spokeshave and Draw Knife Holder for Tool Cabinet

03-28-2020 07:06 PM by WoodshopTherapy | 2 comments »

I’m starting to make the tool holders in my new tool cabinet. I made a video showing how I laid out the spokeshave and draw knife holder. It was a balance of function and making it look nice for displaying my tools. If you have questions, feel free to add a comment and I’ll respond to you. What do you think?

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Lathe tool box.

03-28-2020 04:34 PM by revieck | 1 comment »

In this video, I use scrap wood to build a storage box for my lathe turning tools.

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Shop Cabinet build #6: A little assembly

03-24-2020 04:02 PM by bandit571 | 0 comments »

Ok, last two glued up panels are out of the clamps.. These will be the top and bottom of the case. Decided to go ahead with the assembly. Needed a way to keep the back panel from falling over.. Had to spin the back around, as I’ll be working from the “outside” of the case….a big, old c clamp did the trick…Then figure out which panel to attach first…and how to do it…. First I drilled a bunch of pilot holes. The “fun” was holdi...

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Wood Plug Tips

03-21-2020 12:44 PM by WoodshopTherapy | 1 comment »

I recently repaired a hutch with dozens of wood plugs to remove. I put a video together all about wood plugs, or Bungs as they’re referred to in the shipbuilding industry. I show how to make your own wood plugs and how to properly trim them down.

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Mandocello build series #18: Gibson style Mandocello Full build

02-29-2020 01:34 AM by Tomy Hovington | 3 comments »

over a year ago I started my florentine style Mandocello based on prints that I’ve presonnaly made. so to be accurate I’ve started this build when I started gathering information about this instrument, size, dimentions, scale length, pro and cons etc… so in reality, I’ve been working on this baby for over 4 years. well last week I’ve finally did the final setup and call it a wrap. I’ve just finished the editing on the full build and i’m happy to sh...

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Small Projects #18: Devlin's First Tool Box

02-28-2020 11:05 PM by Madmark2 | 15 comments »

Devlin is a young man that lives nearby that has shown an interest in woodworking. Here is one of his first projects – the classic carpenter’s tool box.Devlin and his tool kit. Naturally I had to seed the tool kit …

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Small Projects #17: Glass Pipe Accessory Stand

02-27-2020 12:26 AM by Madmark2 | 0 comments »

My customer sells a variety of pipes and smoking accessories and needs various display stands for the oddly shaped bits and bobs.It’s a ‘whatzis’ stand This is the second stand I made for them. The first was similar but had three rows of 1/2” posts whereas this version has two rows of 3/4” posts. I dropped off the first one yesterday and my customer was so pleased they immediately ordered the 2nd one. The beveled edge detail is common to both stands as is t...

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Pipes #2: Eight Purpleheart Pipes

02-25-2020 04:40 AM by Madmark2 | 0 comments »

Another week, another batch of pipes. Took 5-1/4” of purpleheart 1×12 and cut 9, 1-1/8” x 13/16” blanks. One is set aside for making a lidded pipe and here are the remaining eight: Plain pipes sell I call this the freighter _ The runt of the litter is my fave This pipe has an art deco feel A Klingon spork?!_

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Small Projects #14: Child Proof Puzzle Pipe

02-14-2020 07:28 PM by Madmark2 | 1 comment »

I had a wild idea hit me the other day, a pipe that won’t light unless you know the secret. I was thinking about making more wonderbread or swiss cheese pipes when it dawned on me that if I intentionally drill thru the stem the bowl won’t draw. So the only way to light the pipe is to cover the two holes that intersect the stem. Such a simple idea! The rest of the holes are decoys and decorations.

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Shop Tool Projects #2: A Totally Insane, Ridiculously Over Engineered, X-Y T-Track DRO Drill Press Table

02-09-2020 01:42 PM by teetomterrific | 11 comments »

Sometimes a tool project takes on a life of its own. This is one of those cases where at some point I was in too deep to just let it go and I had to make the thing that was an idea that I had been toying with for almost a year. The genesis of this crazy thing I have made came about while cruising tools on Amazon and I came across this Milling Machine Compound Drilling Slide Table For Bench Drill Adjustment X-Y . The thing is tiny and made to fit on a small bench top drill press but...

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