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How I made #24: My Homemade Table Saw

09-21-2021 12:06 PM by WoodenWorldDenic | 1 comment »

This is the first part of the video showing the process of making the homemade table saw, step by step.https://youtu.be/8Y6wxGVMENM

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Sewing Cabinet with Inlaid Metal Tile Accents #2: Materials

09-05-2021 09:36 PM by Ron Stewart | 0 comments »

I had originally planned to build the entire cabinet from solid maple, but high lumber prices (soft maple is $7.50 per board foot at my favorite supplier) pushed me to use plywood for the case and doors and solid maple for the face frame and trim. I was also a little worried about warping and expansion problems with using solid maple for the slab doors. In the end, the plywood probably caused as many problems as it solved. For starters, it was very difficult to find in my area. I had to...

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Small Projects #45: Cat proof screen porch

05-04-2021 02:41 AM by Madmark2 | 3 comments »

The screen porch screens have seen better days. They’re at least 15 years old and showing their age. Where we live in fla development is displacing natural habitat of all sorts of critters — including what appears to be Florida panthers. Big tawny cats are regularly spotted in this area and last fall one of our kitties got out and met an untimely end. Since then the porch has been off limits for both kitties and puppies. Seeing the cats longing for the outside got me thinkin...

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Small Projects #44: Buffer storage box (in process -- no pics yet but stay tuned)

04-22-2021 06:03 AM by Madmark2 | 3 comments »

For those following this blog you know that I make smoking pipes. Toward that end I’ve been looking for a way to put a really high polish on them, esp. the mouthpiece area. Grizzly just came out with a ($110 + S&H) 4”/6” mini buffer that looked just the thing. It came and is a very nice little unit. Its a surprisingly heavy casting and motor: Grizzly T32004 mini buffer One of the nice features is you have both a “rpm to zero” off switch, but there is...

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Plywood support, maybe too obvious to post

01-27-2021 11:03 PM by Craftsman on the lake | 15 comments »

As I get older, somehow plywood gets heavier. Anyway, it sucks. If you’re not there yet, wait, you will be eventually. I cut plywood on my table saw. It actually goes pretty good and saves me having to get horses out and use the skillsaw. I was looking at the rail on my saw the other day and thought of this. Nothing earth shattering and I know they have swing up arms you can buy, but I just needed a little support for the wide side of a sheet of plywood when cutting it. I took a 2...

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Know someone who needs a desk?

09-12-2020 11:30 AM by WoodshopTherapy | 4 comments »

If you, or someone you know, are looking to buy a desk, you’re likely out of luck. The combination of supply chain disruptions and an increased demand due to students and adults working from home has created a desk shortage. I designed this desk to help solve that problem. It’s made from 1 sheet of plywood and is simple construction using corner brackets and screws. The cutting plan is efficient and only requires 5 cuts to make the 5 parts. Take a look at the video and see ...

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Woodworking Project #4: Building DIY dish drainer cabinet

07-20-2020 10:56 AM by fatmansat | 0 comments »

Hi guys,this is my last woodworking project.I used scrap plywood.thank’s for watching. https://youtu.be/KA37aVsYwTM

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Shop Shifting #6: Organizer Organizer

05-11-2020 03:06 PM by sras | 8 comments »

I’ve fallen behind on these updates. This project was completed almost 5 years ago. Time flies … I chose Harbor Freight’s parts storage case to organize my small parts (bolts, nuts, screws, nails, knobs…) I then designed a cabinet to organize the storage cases (an organizer for my organizers). I had a supply of 3/4” cabinet plywood leftover from my shop cabinet project. My first pass used 1/4” shelves, but they were sagging under the weight....

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Small Projects #20: Jigsaw Stand

03-23-2020 11:51 PM by Madmark2 | 0 comments »

Bought a jigsaw to cut out for a dog bowl five or six years ago. Have only used it once since (interestingly enough to cut another dog bowl). Jigsaws have that stupid blade sticking out and I know for a fact if I remove the blade the next time I go to use it (in another five or six years) I’ll never find the blade. I know I have a blade assortment that I bought when I bought the jigsaw but I have no clue where they might be. The blade means you can’t stand the jig saw up and...

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Coronavirus has hit me

03-09-2020 03:31 PM by Rearviewmirror | 8 comments »

No, I’m not infected. My wife wanted two pieces of old cheap furniture refurbished and painted in trendy colors. Not a problem! Sanded them down, and went to buy the painting materials. Spray paint was easy enough, as were drop cloths, gloves and tack cloths. Just needed something to protect my lungs. Orange store had…zero. The entire section was completely empty. Blue store had…3m refills. That’s fine, I’d gladly drop the money on a higher quality reu...

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