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  1. Sawstop mobile base

    I know it is not made of wood but there is a small piece of purple heart underneath the saw that is not visible in the pictures. Trust me, it is there.. :) I blogged about the build here,http://lumberjocks.com/pneufab/blog/series/6221 Not a whole lot of reading, but lots of pics.. I'll leave...
  2. Planer Cabinet

    I recently bought a Dewalt 735 planer and needed a rolling cabinet for it. At 90 lbs, the planer was just too hard and dangerous to move around. Nothing fancy. Case is made from 3/4" Baltic birch plywood. Back is also 3/4" just because it avoided buying more plywood. Case is just a bit...
  3. Retractable casters for shop tools

    My basement workshop doesn't have a lot of room, so I needed a way to move my bandsaw, jointer and planer around. These are what I came up with. The jointer was my 1st attempt, and I wish now that I'd have attached the frame to the legs - like I did the planer - rather than lifting from...
  4. Mobile base for my workbench

    When I built my workbench, I made it relatively big for my small shop, because I wanted a big base for some future projects, that I have in mind. That's why I planned from the beginning, to add a mobile base later. And now I did. In the meantime, I had a look on several videos and articles...
  5. Portable TV table for Better Vision

    I just finished making a tv table (cart) for the benefit of my wifes eyes. I would have bought a bigger tv but she said all she needed was for the tv to be closer to her eyes. Nuf said I used the same style that that our main tv is on that I made around 1982. Solid red oak no plywood this...
  6. Sander/Storage Cabinet

    My Jet sander has been mounted on a typical machine stand since I bought it some time ago. The stand was an inefficient space hog. I built this cabinet to replace the stand and provide needed storage for small items in my shop. I had two "Rev-A-Shelf" units left over from our kitchen re-model...
  7. Contemporary Reclaimed Barn Wood Sliding Door

    Here's a recent build I did using different barn woods from our lot. The customer picked out all of the different pieces at the lot and then I ripped them, jointed the back side, and brad-nailed/adhered them to the birch plywood. when it was fully assembled, our finish guy did a great lacquer...
  8. Tablesaw Accessories Cart

    Hi Guys, In case you haven't noticed I have been working on my workshop to-do list for a while and next on my list was a Table saw Accessories cart, something that I can place directly under the right side of my table saw so as that I didn't have to keep walking out of my way every time I...
  9. kitchen utensil set + coffee scoops

    soft maple on the utensil set. Done most of the shaping with arbortech ball gouge and turbo plane. Coffee scoops are walnut and purpleheart.
  10. My Custom Clamp/Glue up station

    A few years ago I decided the idea in my head had rattled around long enough, and I needed to build a good glue up station. I started with a square steel frame that a dual drum sander had been shipped to me on. I added a set of 4" casters to make it very moveable. I then made a frame out of 3 X...
  11. 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...
  12. Multi-Use Tabletop Equipment Cart

    The Woodbuddies Shop has a second cart for mounting table top equipment. Some of the portable table top items are not used continuously and are kept in the cart. The interior shelves are overriding extension pullout to allow for ease in reaching for the tools. The top of the cart has threaded...
  13. Small Scrap Lumber Cart

    I just finished building this small cart to hold my ever-growing collection of scrap lumber. It's a modified version of a Fine Woodworking design. It also incorporates some ideas (pocket hole joinery instead of dadoes and blunt divider ends instead of bevels) fellow LJer YesHaveSome presented in...
  14. 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...
  15. Craftsman 14" Bandsaw Modifications

    First time on here, figure I start posting some stuff. Detailed write up on my blog http://xylotekniche.com/2018/07/09/craftsman-14-bandsaw-modifications/. Basically added a flexible 12V LED lamp (which I found in a trash heap), and a mobile base to the bandsaw. More modifications to come in...
  16. Movable oak pulpit

    I was asked by an employee of our local nursing home where I volunteer to design and build a pulpit to replace one that had been built many years earlier out of paneling and plywood. They wanted something of a similar size and function to the old one so I based my design roughly on its...
  17. 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...
  18. Tilting sheet good cart

    Like many other ideas this one has been rolling around in my head for some time. I received a flyer from a company that built and sold carts and other material handling products. The one that gave me the idea for this one sold for around $1500.00. That was out of the question for me, so I...
  19. Small Ring Box

    3.25"W x 1.75"H x 2.75"D Curly/Spalted Maple & Walnut. Cupped inside with DonJer flocking. Nice little bedside box for the missy. Though about kicking out a few of these for wedding ring boxes. Anyone ever tried to sell such a product? Retail Price?
  20. Whiskeywood chair assortment

    By popular demand here are various styles of chairs that I made for Jack Daniels Barrel Shop in Lynchburg, TN. We do other variants along with tables, ottomens, backbars and bars. I love the smell of fresh Whiskeywood when I start cutting or drilling. You really get the essence of the famous...
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