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  1. Sanding - Assembly Cart

    Shop space is at a premium so my woodworking buddy Rick and I decided that we needed something to contain our Delta AP075 downdraft mat. This evolved from a table into a cart that could be configured as a dust collector, rough assembly and gluing, or final finished assembly on a carpeted top...
  2. 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...
  3. Tablet Stand - Spotted Gum

    Getting back into the swing of woodworking this year with a simple, quick project. A tablet stand for my daughter made from reclaimed Spotted Gum. Busted this out in about half a day. Some inspiration from here I like the lipped groove, thanks Page2171. I worked out the dimensions I wanted...
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    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...
  6. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I am planning to rebuild my mobile assembly table, most likely 24×60 top, maybe 30×60. Thinking of incorporating downdraft sanding top in at least part of it. Wondering about using the commonly available drop in downdraft inserts versus making my own. What has been your experience? Ready...
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