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  1. Lathe Tool Storage

    Okay, this isn't anything spectacular. But I thought I'd share it because it works really well, and is easy to do. I wanted my lathe tools to be easily accessible, protected from damage, and also for me to be able to grab the right one without having to pull each one out and check which tool...
  2. Clamp Caddy

    I seem to spend lots of time building drawers or other boxes. I usually find myself using numbers of small clamps. I hate clutter and I found myself always one clamp short. I built this small caddy which holds 10 small clamps. I can pick it up from my clamp storage and move it to the project...
  3. Table Saw Cut Cove Moulding

    While this is a somewhat of a construction project, I'm calling it woodworking since all the materials were derived using woodworking steps. There are several commercial jigs now for doing this on a table saw, but It is really fairly simple to build the jig or simply use secured straight edges...
  4. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I knocked a chisel off the bench today. It landed in a cardboard box on its side, no less!! ;-)) Something to be said for having a bit of clutter around. Besides, look at Einstein's office. He worked in clutter. Look at Harry Pope's shop. He worked in clutter. The grand masters seem to...
  5. Focus on the Workspace
    I'm reorganizing and going through garage of all of my supplies and I recently completed my workbench. As I'm putting stuff back, I'm asking myself "Do I really need this?". A majority of stuff that I ask myself that on is hardware, the bulk of which was left in my house when I purchased it or...
  6. Focus on the Workspace
    Well, brick paneling. In my small shop putting up brick paneling to cover my lumber (and general junk) shelves worked out so much better than I thought that I decided to make a short video of it. It hides the clutter, helps with the dust, and makes the shop WAY more pleasant to be in than I...
  7. Blogs
    The Beginning - Getting Dirty It has only been four short years since I bought my first house. At the time I had no handyman skills to speak of; heck I didn't even know how to use a drill without obliterating the screw heads. What can I say, I've been a bit sheltered, but life is good, and I...
  8. Blogs
    organizing my shoebox shop for those that have seen my shop it is immediately apparent that space and organization is not easy in my 10×10 shed. the terms 10 lbs in a 3 lb bag come to mind for the longest time i have been wanting to put up a decent sized pegboard in my shop but as always...
  9. Blogs
    Changes to the environment I have had a number of changes in my life over the course of the last year. I was a little spoiled over the last five years with a job that I could work from home and a schedule that allowed a somewhat normal pattern of sleep. I have been adjusting to the midnight...
  10. Blogs
    Reclaiming space and building my shop It's time to get organized. I moved to Vt in 2003, a lovely home with a great view and a huge garage/carriage house. The upstairs of the carriage house serves as my office and a guest BR. Downstairs is a big 2 car garage that will serve as my shop...
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