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  1. Miter saw station with integrated stop block, drill press and extension wing

    I've been planing to build a dedicated miter saw station for a while but had a few restrictions and considerations I wanted to make sure I addressed. - First off, I wanted it to be affordable-> lumber cost for this build = $90. - Next I wanted to keep the footprint relatively small (same as the...
  2. Baron Gold Titanium with Arizona Gold Web Turquoise Tru-Stone

    I did this pen about a month ago, and just thought I would share with some folks on here… I don't have the best camera or a photo tent…but I do have some GREAT Birdseye maple I got from Barlow in the background….can't give that guy enough props on the great stuff he sent me. Anyhow, it is...
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  3. Two French Rolling Pins and a Billie

    I got these finished just in time for the craft sale tomorrow. The first pin is one that is 19" long and 1 7/8" diameter and turned from Madrone from Washington State.It was a 5" diameter branch with a huge crack in it that I though went all the way through. I got to the end of it and filled it...
  4. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Hi Everyone I am just wondering if anyone has used the t-nut with carriage bolts to adjust a workbench so as that it is level.. I have 4 levelers from another bench that I tore down but I need 4 more and I saw this being done on YouTube I'm just afraid that the head of the carriage bolt would...
  5. Blogs
    The Basics For my castle bookcase project, I needed to make a series of 1" holes in a long strip of 1/4" plywood. I figured the easiest way was to use the drill press. To do so efficiently, though, required a fence and table. I've been meaning to make one of these for a while, so I figured...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    We moved last October. (I hope to update shop photos soon.) My first outdoor project is re-constructing the kids' swing set we moved in large pieces. The carriage bolts that came with the original kit were badly deteriorated. As I re-build, what is the most appropriate metal-type for AC2...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Normally when I use a carriage bolt with wood I will use a torque washer. Today I went looking for ones for 3/8" bolts and was shocked by the price. I have had problems with carriage bolts holding (not turning) with plywood or MDF. I was wondering if I coated the square shoulders with...
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