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Hey lumberjocks,
I don't usually post shop projects but these three are kind of unique. Next Level Carpentry (Mark Jackson) glue caddy. Also, his sanding blocks for demanding sanding and a few Koa zero clearance table saw inserts. As far as Zero clearance inserts - when making one- make four. (I searched three suppliers and never found zero clearance inserts for my 1955 Craftsman table saw.)

Most interesting here is the demanding sanding blocks.
They use a 3×21 belt typically found on portable belt sanders, but in this case, they fit around a custom block. The blocks have a 3-degree wedge that holds the belt tight to the 3/4" block and allows for easy change out.

All projects were made from scrap Walnut, Cherry or Koa, cut offs from other projects.

OK not real fancy but super useful projects for the shop. Anything that save time and helps me work more efficient, I'm interested.
Thx
Greg

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All well done and very useful!
 

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ALL would come in very handy :<))))
 

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Very handy creations.
 

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Nice projects all should be very helpful. The sanding blocks are very clever, something I'm going to make for myself.

Just a little info about CA glue you might or might not know. Moisture is what sets CA glue, the best way to store it is in a sealed jar with some desiccant packages thrown in to keep the product dry. I have mine in an empty snack container from Costco and I've never had any go bad on me.
 
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