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  1. Shop Tip - Turn Your Tablesaw into a Downdraft Sanding Table

    Made this downdraft sanding station sometime ago based on a tip published in the WOOD magazine. The add-on fits into the miter-slots and is used with the dust collection system attached to the tablesaw. Make sure the tablesaw is unplugged before turning on the dust collection system if you use...
  2. Downdraft Sanding Table/Workbench

    The need to control sanding dust has been evident in my shop for some time. Like most small shops, work space is at a premium and a downdraft sanding table has a substantial foot print. I looked at several of the tables available and decided the table top models were too small for the type of...
  3. NOT Fine Woodworking!

    More improvements to MY bathroom in my ongoing project to eliminate all the stainless steel handles,towel racks,and cabinets. This was a built in TP storage/dispenser area that really offended me so this "privy door" was my solution. Reclaimed redwood matched the redwood walls pretty well and...
  4. Downdraft Sanding Table Box

    I had some scrap MDF, ply and peg board laying around, so I figured I'd throw together a downdraft sanding table. It is an extremely basic build and I just used brad nails and glue for all the joints. The size is fully configurable to meet your needs, I'm actually going to go back and make a...
  5. Downdraft Sanding Table

    Just finished up a revamp of my Downdraft Sanding Table. I added some new features and did a full video on the build. My favorite part is the knockdown side barrier to help corral the dust. Always continuing the war on dust! You can see the full video here: And the blog post here...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am thinking about buying some tools so i am just wondering if there is any pros/cons to having a granite surface rather then cast iron tops, other than not rusting I cant think of any major ones. Is there a risk of it cracking if knocked kind of hard? is there any maintenance with granite? Ive...
  7. Marketplace Classifieds
    I've got a Delta Downdraft Sanding Table I just don't need. It's seen VERY little use. I just don't do that much sanding that requires its use and my shop is just to small to store it. This would be for local pickup around South Jersey Cherry Hill/ Philly PA area. I would also consider trade...
  8. Hand Tools
    I'm building my first workbench. After a ton of waffling I'm trying to use old OOOOOOLD oak timbers that I already had. These are beasts at around 8×9 or so, and 15-20' long. Sadly they have a lot of mortises in them which severely limits their usefulness. Step 1: Cut a chunk off the timber...
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