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  1. Drill press table

    My version of a useful accessory for your DP. Just a couple pieces of plywood glued together, with some T-track set into it. There is a sacrificial 4" x 4" square of plywood in the middle to make tearout a thing of the past. I've found it very handy and I don't know why more manufacturers...
  2. Fence Panel Path Lights

    Preparing for a rustic wedding we came upon the idea to make path lights out of the wood from an old fence that was blown down during Hurricane Matthew. The base on each was about 12" deep and had room to hold a paver brick for stability and a block of wet foam for the flowers that went into it...
  3. Wedding Favors Display

    Much like my path lights this stand was built out of wood from old fence panels. The only new(ish) wood was some plywood used for the base of each tray and a small piece of chalk board.
  4. Deer Proof Cedar Fence with Goat Panel Bottom

    A local furniture maker in my home town was putting up this style of fence a few years ago. I've seen a half dozen or so thorughout town and always loved the look of this fence. It provides a beautiful barrier and helps to keep deer out of the yard while not obstructing the view of the...
  5. 31" Jointer plane with fence.

    So I had a blast making the plane for the swap. During so, i was modeling a jointer. I knew i had to make it for myself. Here is the culmination of 2 months roughly on off work. Curly quartersawn maple for the center, mahogany stripes (these were needed to create a big enough space for the...
  6. Gate for Japanese style fence

    Just installed a gate I designed and made for the Japanese style fence at our house in Kansas City. I am new to woodworking and very much a novice when it comes to using my table saw. I had some two by four fir lumber which I ripped to one by two for the frame. Used lap joints at the corners and...
  7. Router Table Fence

    I've built a new fence for my old router table. More pictures and details may be seen on my blog.
  8. Table Saw Router Extension

    Since I have a small shop, I had to optimize my space and take advantage of the Biesemeyer fence's accuracy and make it do double duty. My girlfriend's dad helped me route out the plate recess in his big shop. It was quite the bonding experience. We made a template so that I can make...
  9. The Simplest Tenon Jig

    You don't need a complex jig to make a simple task. I've come up with a jig that requires only three pieces. It works in conjunction with a crosscut sled (photo #2) or a miter gauge outfitted with an auxiliary fence (photo #6). My shown homemade micro-setting jig is a plus to fine tune the...
  10. Oh NO! Not another one!

    Yes, another router table. Nothing really fancy about this RT. It was made from Oak ply that I bought from HD. It has some rabbit joineries and edge banded with Oak of course. The fence is made of Birch Ply with an UHMW face. The top is from an old solid core door. I ran out of material, that's...
  11. home made Bandsaw Fence

    I purchased an old 'Continental'(read-Taiwan made) bandsaw about 6 months back off of craigslist. I had been searching around where i live for a while. Then while driving back from visiting my girlfriend (in Detroit) I found one on craigslist in the Middle of ohio for 125 bucks, which was easily...
  12. Gas Tanks Fence

    For a while I knew some protection was needed on the gas tanks, so last summer I decided to start building a fence/gate to reduce any potencial danger. I made the frame out of pallet wood, (its a good way to recycle and save money) and gave it a mahogany finish to protect from the elements and...
  13. Backyard Wood Privacy Fence | Basket Weave

    THis basket Weave wood privacy fence is one of a kind. See more images here "Basket Weave Wood Privacy Fence" or let us know if you're looking for an Atlanta Fence Company
  14. My Wooden Table Saw Fence

    As a hobbyist on a very tight budget, I have to look for bargains in used tools. So when I got the opportunity to pick up a vintage Craftsman saw for $35 to replace my el cheapo jobsite saw, I jumped. Of course the downside of most of these old saws is the frustrating fence (if it's even still...
  15. Apartment Privacy Fence

    I have been living in an apartment for the past 2 years and shortly after I moved in this became my first apartment built project. Its nothing fancy just some treated 1" X 6" X 5' and a couple of 2" X 4" X 8'. I had the 1" X 6" cut at the store to size and screwed every thing together in the...
  16. Ipe deck and fence.

    This was a fun project and to date one of my favorites. I spent some quality time with my father constructing the frame and building the wall for the fence. At 80 years old I still can't slow him down. The frame is redwood and the decking and railing is Ipe.
  17. Rear fence

    I was commisioned to build this fence because the old fence was rotten and about to fall apart. we decided to use 5/4×6 for the pickets and chose vinyl lattice for the top. Once it begins to warm up again and stay dry, I will seal it.
  18. Router Wing w/ Saddle Fence

    This is my 4th router attempt for this tablesaw wing. All others worked well for a while and let me down when adjustments needed to be made. That being the case, the design was based on being adjustable to those shifts and things that always happen. The table top is a salvaged 1.5" thick...
  19. My finished semi router table

    Hello I 've finished my semi router table This week I ve made a protection for my finger up the bits and two stop blocks I will make a hole on the dust collector to collect to my cleaner I have assembled the base, the table, the router and the fence together I've buyed the table and the...
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