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  1. Projects An Unconventional Workbench/Outfeed Table

    I finally got around to replacing the embarrassing, saggy outfeed table that I'd assembled in a rush from construction-grade plywood when I first built my shop. This is still a fairly humble bench in comparison to some of the works of art that others post on this platform, but it will serve me...
  2. Simple Assembly/ Off-feed Table

    Simple Assembly table on casters with storage. I use it as an off feed from my table saw.
  3. Glue Bottle Stand

    I was fighting with some cold glue yesterday (I turn back the t-stat to about 50 when I'm not in the shop) and decided to turn my cursing into creativity. I had a cutoff from an old glue up, cut it to shape, and bored a two step hole in the top to perfectly fit the cap of my glue bottle. I have...
  4. Shop Assembly/Outfeed Table

    I can't say when/how it happened but I recently decided to "get back in the woodshop". Understand that although I've been around construction all my life, it was always about framing/building; decks, pergolas, gazebos, etc. where close was "good enough". I have developed some habits that have...
  5. Rolling Torsion Box Assembly Table (Mini-Me)

    So I almost feel bad about posting this after several people commented on my last post ( http://lumberjocks.com/projects/96874 ) about insufficient space in their shops for even one large table… But this is the shop at my work and we have the space and NEED the table space. This is a 2.5' x...
  6. Cabinet/Assembly Table

    I needed/wanted an assembly table for the garage shop and originally used SketchUp to design one. Then I measured the space I had and found that I didn't have the room for it! I decided to pare it down a bit and this is what I ended up with: A rolling cabinet with a back that folds up and sets...
  7. Shipping Skids

    I got a contract for 26 shipping skids to carry Launching Engine Cylinder Covers for the USS Enterprise (CVN 65)) as part of her decommissioning. Each Cylinder Cover assembly is 12 feet long, 15 inches wide, 5 inches tall and weighs about 900 pounds. The skids are designed to carry 2 covers...
  8. Outfeed / Assembly Table

    For some unknown reason I had this urge to make a new outfeed/assembly table. Not sure why as the old one was very functional. Nevertheless, I submitted to the need to make shop furniture and this is the new Outfeed/assembly table. So far I have to admit it is working great. I added a lot of...
  9. Tablesaw base/assembly/outfeed table

    I got this saw a few years back and it comes on a folding stand. I quickly realized that this was pointless in a shop and sold the base. I built this new base from 2 sheets of Purebond Maple plywood I found on sale at HD. The top is a 2" torsion box from 1/2" MDF with a replaceable 1/8"...
  10. Mallets

    My youngest brother the only one of 6 kids to stay on the family farm was cleaning some fence rows and offered me some osage orange (I had previously asked for some of this extreemly hard wood if he ever came across some. I took an 8 foot log and 2 pieces about 2 foot long and 16 inches in...
  11. Portable Assembly Table for B&D Workmate

    This is my first post to Lumberjocks. I've been a longtime reader and looker, but just never bothered to register. Just thought I'd contribute something rather than just looking at all the amazing projects people post here. I have a list of projects coming up that will greatly benefit from...
  12. PAULK STYLE ASSEMBLY TABLE •

    Aug 02, 2020 After completing my shop addition I finally had space to make a mobile assembly/work table. I decided to use the Paulk Workbench idea for the top. The base frame is made from 2x stock with a lower shelf area. This is one heavy structure but I didn't want it to move once I had it...
  13. Cabinet Building Jigs

    I'm building some shop carts/cabinets so decided to make a few jigs to help with alignment. These are intended to be used in conjunction with the assembly table I recently made for this purpose. More details are shown in this video:
  14. Adjustable Pen Assembly Press

    I was wondering if I should make my own pen assembly press or if I should buy a fancy and adjustable one from tons of them available on the market. After thoughts and many drafts I came up with a pretty good design and I finally made my own. Best of all, I had everything needed already in my...
  15. Tide Pool

    Hey Jocks, hope the summer is sizzling with fun and woodworking. This batch of Curly Maple and Curly Walnut makes for the dramatic effects of tide pool waters. Finish off with a Danish Oil and French Polish, thanks for viewing your friend in woodworking….Blackcherry
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  16. Shoe Bench

    Since our hallway is unfortunately very cramped and at the entrance often the shoes pile up. So that there is always something in the way and not all of the shoes are beautiful to look at. Then I build this shoe bench with a shelf to store some shoes and at the same time, there is now a seat...
  17. Assembly & Outfeed Table

    This is my new assembly and out-feed table. It's done, but I'll be adding a part 2 video to youtube once I complete underneath cabinetry and things like that. I've been using it for about a week, and I love it. I used to just use my table saw as a flat surface, and for obvious reasons that...
  18. Assembly Table

    I just finished my assembly table. I took the design from the wood whisperer.com and in my opinion made it better. I added a backbone down the middle of it so that I could put it on wheels and not worry about it sagging in the middle. Also I changed the shelves from fixed to adjustable. Instead...
  19. Full Size headboard using Pallet wood

    I made this full size headboard with my son's help. Any excuse to get in the shop with him is a win. It's made using shipping pallets. We got the inspiration from Bob @ ILikeToMakeStuff.com.
  20. Assembly table

    So I've spent a fair bit of hard earned cash on some nice workshop equipment. First things first before making any fancy cabinets - I need a good solid "fit for purpose" bench to work on. This is what I came up with. The top is 10 peices of Tasmanian oak machined to 95×46mm and glued using a...
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