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SawStop Assembly #5: Bob Van Dyke's Multi-Purpose Rip Fence JIG

05-07-2016 03:51 AM by HappyHowie | 7 comments »

Since I now have a new SawStop PCS table saw I have been looking for a good example or plan so I can make a universal rip fence JIG for cutting rabbets and tenons on my new table saw. Just this past week someone published on YouTube an old video that was used in a Fine Woodworking Magazine article published in December 2012. The article covered a rip fence JIG Bob Van Dyke designed for his SawStop’s rip fence. He bolts onto the JIG sacrificial boards for cutting rabbets and raised pa...

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Southern Yellow Pine Work Surface (workbench) #14: Transition from Dovetails to Rabbet Joints

03-13-2015 01:44 AM by ruddhess | 2 comments »

If thy dovetail offend thee, cut it off! I decided to not use these dovetails that I have been practicing on. I read on two different articles that you should practice on scrap wood and not on your project (which is what I have been doing). Plus, I want the joints to reflect a similar quality/skill level as the rest of the project. So, I am “ditching” these dovetail pieces and transitioning to rabbet joints (not as strong, not as “flashy”, but adequate) with oak dow...

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Shoe Shine Box #3: A Few Additions

11-24-2013 12:11 AM by Fr. Thomas Bailey, OSB | 1 comment »

Slow progress today. I had to do emergency surgery on the Shopsmith Mark V – the lower gear ratio mechanism decided to start grinding on the motor. So I was only able to finish cutting the dovetails on the side panels and the rabbets for the top and bottom. The stopped dados will have to wait until later. Oh … and I finished the removable shelf.

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Wall Hung Tool Cabinet #8: Back Panel Rabbets, Galoot Style

04-28-2012 02:13 AM by Smitty_Cabinetshop | 25 comments »

EDIT: Updated to eliminate PB BS. Smitty A short update…. I’ve decided the back will be 1/2” thick, and to set the backing material into the carcase means rabbets. The two side pieces get stopped rabbets; we’ll do those after getting the process down on the top piece. Disassembled the cabinet (in dry fit mode since last installment) and headed to the bench. Set the 1/2” measurement to the fence and the depth stop of the #78, applied wax to the sole and f...

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Calendar Frame #1: Part 1

11-23-2011 08:06 PM by thewoodwhisperer | 3 comments »

Right Click to DownloadRight Click to Download in HDSubscription Options The calendar frame is a project that highlights the joys of simple joinery. The frame pieces are held together with half-lap joints which are as strong as they are basic. The frame is designed to allow calendar loading from the front unlike traditional frames that need to be removed from the wall every month. The first part of this series covers the wood selection, milling, cutting half-laps, layout and cutting va...

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