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Quiet a Noisy Cyclone Dust Collector (Video)

06-25-2021 03:00 PM by pintodeluxe | 3 comments »

Just wanted to share my experience with sound suppression on my 2hp wall mounted cyclone. I made a soffit baffle and filter cover to drop the noise level significantly. Here’s the video… https://youtu.be/y60JR18ZBwg Cheers!

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Router Bits #1: Locking Miter Bit - How to Make a Locking Miter Joint (Video)

06-17-2021 07:28 PM by pintodeluxe | 8 comments »

I took some time experimenting with two methods to get crisp results with a locking miter bit back in 2013. I finally had a chance to make a video of these techniques. Here’s the video… https://youtu.be/S1syKkJBIJs Hope it helps someone that is new to routing locking miter joints, or helps someone improve the quality of joints on a second attempt. All you need are some 1/4” and 1/2” thick MDF strips!

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Best Blade Cleaner

01-25-2021 11:38 PM by pintodeluxe | 1 comment »

Video of the best blade cleaner I’ve found for carbide saw blades… https://youtu.be/6A9BL6ApuU4 I’ve been using this cleaner for 4-5 years and it really does work fast on stubborn pitch and resin deposits. Dirty tablesaw blades are no match for this cleaner.

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My Woodworking Journey #2: Building a Second Workshop on My Balcony

12-17-2020 11:20 PM by Gerald Etto | 1 comment »

When COVID hit, I knew things had to change. I used to run my own IT company for a good 8 years. When the business went down the drain, I had scaled everything down and let everyone go. Working by myself in a large area, I started woodturning and eventually woodworking, collecting stuff every month. Soon, my “IT office” on the third floor had a makeshift workshop with a lathe, table saw, drill press, a workbench, belt sander, and a whole lot of other tools. I kept paying th...

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Shop Tour 2020

04-29-2020 03:20 PM by Tomy Hovington | 3 comments »

Check out my 2020 Shop tour. A little guided tour of my work space, tools and storage system. https://youtu.be/lOfhemPwHp4

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3 Reasons to HATE Maple wood

01-30-2020 03:15 PM by Steve | 6 comments »

OK. Time to spew some venom…in a tongue-in-cheek way. (I actually like maple) 3 Reasons to Hate Maple Wood here

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How to Get Free Hardwood - no cutting trees :)

01-28-2020 01:55 PM by Steve | 8 comments »

Lumber companies quietly throw away a ridiculous amount of wood every week. Why does no one know about this? How do you get some of it? See answers to both at Free Hardwood

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Cabinet Table Saw

01-24-2020 04:16 PM by thecrus8r | 11 comments »

Greetings, I am in the market for a new table saw, specifically a table saw with a large enough surface space to safely push larger pieces of lumber through. From what I have come across on my own would be some form of a cabinet table saw. Would anyone have some affordable NEW, not used, recommendations that are south of $2k? Projects include, but not limited to, the following: - eat-in benches- pull out trash/recycle bins- simple cabinets- box frames- floating shelves- table tops/en...

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Power tools jigs #2: DIY table saw sled with dust collector

10-19-2019 07:00 PM by fatmansat | 5 comments »

Hi guys,I’m back with a new post.Another jigs for my Makita MLT saw bench. Sled with saw dust collection.I have seen many solutions on the web and this is the end result. “https://youtu.be/SHjzTT0joos”

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Woodworking Project #1: Build our new pastry board (kneading board - dough board)

09-06-2019 08:45 AM by fatmansat | 6 comments »

The time has come to retire the old kneading board, and for this I have recovered beech planks which, as you will see from the video, I have joined together with certified glue for food and after a lot of sanding I have finished with Vaseline oil for use.Watch the full video tutorial: https://youtu.be/0sxYRN2fQq8

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