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  1. cart for the air compressor

    Decided to make a cart for the lil' air compressor. I used a hose reel that was never used on the house for the new air hose I bought to replace the one that came with the compressor. I added hangars for some accessories. It has wheels and is the same height as my table saw and my out feed table...
  2. Miter saw cart with wings and air compressor below

    After different attempts at finding a home for my Bosch miter saw, I decided to rely on the proven method with fold down / swing out wings. Each corner has 2×4's laminated together with a 3/4" dado about 5/8" deep for the plywood walls and 2×4 across the front top and bottom. I wanted this cart...
  3. More Boxes

    Estoraque, Jacaranda, and a Megilla Case
  4. heraldic ornament

    heraldic ornament provided for the rear side, behind the perch family coach
  5. Air Compressor Cart

    I decided to upgrade my air compressor and got a deal on Black Friday for this Ridgid 6 Gallon 150PSI pancake compressor, what I didnt take into account was that unlike my older air compressor was that it hadnt got wheels… so off I went to research the different carts that people were making and...
  6. Air Compressor Cart

    After my HF air compressor broke, I purchased a new Porter Cable C2002 Pancake Compressor from HD. Because everything in my garage is on wheels, I decided to make a little cart for the new compressor. Originally I was simply going to build a dolly for it, but decided the added height and storage...
  7. Dust Collector and Air Compressor Closet

    The first dust collector I purchased was the Delta 50-775 (1 HP, 650 CFM). It's a great little machine that I still have / use today. However, once I commited myself to building out / equipping a full workshop, I was looking for a little more capacity in terms of horsepower and suction / CFM...
  8. Air Compressor Mobile Cart

    Detailed build on my blog: http://xylotekniche.com/2018/06/18/air-compressor-mobile-cart/. Got a free Atlas Copco SF2 oil free air compressor, brand new with 0 hours on it (approximately $7K+ at the time). Had to take advantage of it. Stepped up the voltage from the 208VAC coming into the...
  9. Wedding Flower Girl Basket

    My daughter chose "Wood & Lace" as the theme for her wedding. It was an incredible joy and privilege to spend time with her (and her fiance) building the wedding decorations in the months leading up to their special day. See my other projects for four more projects we made for the wedding...
  10. tower cranes

    I made them for the kids . but big kids can play with them too.
  11. mobile air compressor box

    I make small crafts mostly on the scroll saw. Recently I bough myself a table saw and a couple of plans to build a few items for my shop. This is my first ever non-craft item. (I like small crafts since I don't need to worry about them being square or level) This holds my small air compressor, a...
  12. Shop Cart for Planer and Compressor

    October, 2011-Recently I added a portable 12-inch thickness planer to my wood shop-a nice find on Craig's List. It is an older Delta, and heavy! Lifting it onto saw horses each time I wanted to use it was getting old fast. Also, I want to be able to roll it outside to use, letting nature...
  13. Air Compressor with Air Hose Reel Cart Caddy

    Just a simple little cart I made after swapping my Makita MAC2400 twin tank for this California Air horizontal 10 gallon to get more capacity. I decided to go side by side with the air hose reel so I could park it under my counter as well as make it easy to remove the compressor if I need to...
  14. Mobile Air Compressor Cart

    Hey fellow Jocks. This is my first thing I have ever built out of wood. And if you look close you can see a couple of serious mistake. But we will get to that in a second. I purchased a home that had a 2000 Square Foot unfinished basement. I was so excited. I used 500 square feet and built a...
  15. Air Compressor Caddy

    Based primarily on a plan from Wood Magazine with only slight deviations. I skipped out on a lid and compartments on the top. My preference was for an area on top that could be used for clamping or to use to hold tools, chargers, or other items that can help keep my bench a little less...
  16. Poker Table...

    yes this is maybe my last project, for this proyect i bought a new jig saw, and air compressor, so the fhinis was a little more fine that my other projects, anyways, i hope you like it.
  17. Pink Trumpet Band Saw Box with Four Drawers

    April, 2010-More wood from pruning back a pink trumpet bush. This has two coats of spray clear coat. I plan to put felt in the drawers, and then it is done. The design is inspired by so many free-form band saw boxes. I just took my glue-up and drew a made-up design on the front of it. These...
  18. In Honor of Flag Day

    Here's a little project I built in tribute to the Red, White and Blue. God Bless the USA. And there's the source of my project … a pic I came upon …
  19. Virgin Mary and Jesus, wood carving miniature, MariyaArts

    Material: boxwood Measurements: 4.92"/2.76" or 12.5cm/7cm
  20. My Holtzapffel Workbench

    This was the product of a week spent in Berea, Kentucky in September of 2008. If you ever get the chance to take a class at Kelly Mehler's school, I'd take it. Great enviroment and Kelly's a great guy. Chris Schwarz, of Popular Woodworking and Woodworking Magazine, taught this class. I had a...
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