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  1. Dust bunny eliminator

    3/4 hp. Air handler from a local A/C company: Free. You just have to ask sometimes, which I did. Only took one stop and bam had a free squirrel cage with working 110 motor. 1/2 ply all around, 20×20 household filters, one 700. the other 1200, whatever that means other than one being more...
  2. Low table for NASCAR fan

    This table is only 12" tall and made of Redwood. The guy I made it for has a tire he wanted to put on it. He is going to put a glass top on the tire and use it for an end table. I will post pics of it when he has it set up. If I can get him to take some pics for me.
  3. Air purifier out of 20" fan

    Hi there. Here is my take on workshop air quality problem. I tended to ignore it until recently, when I purchased Dylos Air Quality Monitor. It is counter of particles in the air, calibrated to count particles of two sizes, especially hazardous for health, and allows to continuously monitor air...
  4. PART 3, THIS JIG AND PROJECTS MAY BLOW YOUR MIND,

    Last night I was going to post this jig but discovered I didn't take any pictures, just video. Today and set it up again, not problem as it only takes a few minutes. I cut a new disc, larger than the one in in video though and discovered something that you might want to consider for set up. This...
  5. Air cleaner

    This is an air cleaner that I built. It was surprisingly easy to put together and everything can be found at a local home center for under $100. I used a attic fan that moves 1600 cfm and three 1" air filters which I change every few months. Instead of using an on/off switch I used a 60 minute...
  6. Mobile Air Cleaner done dirt cheap!

    I have been meaning to acquire or make one of these for a long time… I recently upgraded my furnace in the house, so I kept the fan for just this purpose. There is nothing at all glamorous about this, but it works great (quiet too) and doesn't take up any more room in the shop. When I started...
  7. First Carved Jewelrybox Attempt

    So, I have been watching Boris Khechoyan carve masterpieces for a while in the shop that I hang out in, and I decided to ask him if he would teach me to carve. Finished this just in time for my three year "anniversary" and I'm sure my girlfriend is going to be very happy! His website, for those...
  8. Pennsylvania Desk on Frame

    This Desk on Frame was started at Lonnies Bird's School in Dandridge, TN. His plans orriginally called for a frame to have tapered legs and the desk was drawn up based on a period MA desk. I wanted to have cabriole legs so, with Lonnie's help, I redesigned the frame. I used trifed feet so now I...
  9. Beware the dreaded .... ChupaCaja

    The Latin American Suck Box. ===================== Allegedly, it's taken the lives of dozens of innocents. In this case it's being accused of things that are FAR less loathsome and macabre. It's a roll-about air cleaner. Okay, so …. CraigsList had an ad for a explosion-proof fan [see SPECS...
  10. Air Filter / Exhaust Fan

    I put this together a while ago and it works so well, I thought I should share it. I have a basement shop with not a lot of height so I really don't have room to hang a filter from the ceiling. I built this unit up against one of the windows so when I want to use it as a filter only, I keep the...
  11. made some fan blades out of cedar

    I made 8 fan blades out of cedar there 3/16 in thick. I made 2 at a time had them together so they would be even theyare balanced fans dont shake at all . Thought id see what u all thought
  12. Air filter

    Just got the shop air filter done. There are three 2 inch thick MERV 11 filters and one 1 inch thick MERV 4 filter. Air is drawn through the MERV 4 filter which is in the 1st photo, then through the three MERV 11 filters in the 2nd and 3rd photos and is then blown down osb ducts to the ends of...
  13. Half round federal table

    Made on and off over the course of a year the table is made of a "bricklaid" poplar apron covered with a bookmatched pomele sapele veneer, sapele legs inlaid with maple sandshaded flowers, holly and ebony stringing, ebony feet and birdseye maple fields. The top is mdf veneered with african...
  14. Ceiling Fan Frame

    When we bought the home we now live in a year ago it had a florescent light in the middle of the kitchen. It was a 2' X 2' frame with double bulbs. Some times they would come on and some times they wouldn't. My wife also wanted a ceiling fan. Woodworker to the action. A year later after...
  15. Ultimate Dust Collection Cart

    First off, sorry for the direction of the photo - it's a tall project not prone to a landscape layout. Anyway…Two days ago, I had a shopvac filled with fine dust from my power tools and I knew I needed to change things around. So… Step 1: Make a dust separator with a Thien baffle and use a...
  16. Rooster Table Fan

    I made this for my Mother-in-Law for CHRISTmas. What do you get a mother-in-law who thinks she has seen it all?...Something she never dreamed of! After she remodeled her kitchen earlier in the year, she complained about the still poor air circulation in the kitchen. She also adores chickens...
  17. Scraper shave rack (Asian style)

    Scraper shave rack Asian style My new made scrapers were lying on the table looking a mess, and this was not possible for my sensitive heart to look at, so right away I made them a rack. Easy to carry. Decided to go for a simple Asian inspiration since these scraper shaves reminded me of...
  18. Mouth Call Turkey Plaque

    I made this plaque for my turkey fan mount. Made it out of some spare oak that my dad cut down and used for trim in my house 18 years ago. In case you couldn't tell the plaque is supposed to look like a mouth call. I cut the main 3/4" piece with the bandsaw. Then cut the 1/4" "U" shape with the...
  19. Oval marquetry table for the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrew

    Here it is guys the table is done. Lots and lots of hours of work. Best marquetry from my part so far. Letters were real challenge but surprisingly and against all odds its done. Enjoy :)
  20. Garage Air Cleaner

    Here is my modified whole house fan I picked up on clearance for $60. At 1600 cfm with 1 (16×25x4) .3 micron and 1(16×25x1) electrostatic filter it does a excellent job removing fine dust. The fan is a Masterflow Tandem Whole House Fan WHFT1, the only issue is noise.
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