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  1. Cedar Upside-down Tomato Planter..."The Hooty Hanger"

    Cedar Upside-down Tomato Planter…"The Hooty Hanger". I didn't like the ones they were selling on TV, so I decided to build one. This is the first time that I have attempted to grow anything upside-down. I have included some updated photos depicting the bottom and top of the planter.
  2. 45 degree table saw sled

    Cutting large panels on the table saw can be awkward, and sometimes downright dangerous if crosscutting against the fence. That's where the crosscut sled comes in. Today I'm making a dedicated 45 degree table saw sled for bevel cuts, but the process is exactly the same as for a regular table saw...
  3. Mini Hope Chest - Cherry

    This one is for my youngest daughter who is 17. It's made of solid cherry 5/8 thick. It's ~ 23" x 12" x12". The Leigh Jig is great and cuts very well once you get it set up. it also gave my a good excuse to buy 2 new routers. There is a matching one made with walnut for my 19 year old...
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  5. Woodworking Skill Share
    I'm trying to build a small decorative box with bevel cuts from a single board. I'd like to have the grain match 3 of the four corners. Afterwards I'd like to cut wooden keys in the corners for strength and decoration. I'm having trouble cutting the bevels accurately, or at least lining the...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Ok… so as some of you know I have a little Craftsman 10" benchtop tablesaw. You can't tell from the picture but I have a zero clearance insert plate in it. My friend that I got this saw from made it out of plastic. It's the only insert that I have. I want to make some things for storage and...
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