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  1. Tracing and Copying Tool

    When I saw the ad of this tool on Facebook I fell in love with it. With such tool you can trace or copy (replicate) any 4 sides polygon, any contour and any angle. That's handy and I had to make my own ! (think self-sufficient and DIY). One by one I made the counterbored slots at the router...
  2. Drill Press Sharpening Jigs and Techniques

    Here's a jig I made to sharpen chisels and gouges at the drill press using readily available material. More photos and all details on this page of my blog. Best, Serge
  3. Cheap Yet Very Effective Router Bit Storage Drawers

    To fill empty spaces under two wall benches I made those cheap narrow drawers from scraps. Since I couldn't use any type of slides, I made them out of slippery materials, Melamine and HDF laminated floor boards. I made two boxes to be secured under the benches with screws and then two drawers to...
  4. Extreme 48 Drawers Tool Chest

    Finally, a place to store and organize my small tools and some hardware. I made the frames out 3/4" pine, the drawer sides out of 1/2" Baltic Birch Plywood and the drawer bottoms out of 5/16" HDF. All the knobs are cutoffs from the drawer sides. As shown, I planned my design so the three parts...
  5. CROSS CUT SLED (Video link below )

    I just uploaded the video and here is the link Here is the video link to version 1 of the sled This sled is my new version of my cross cut sled that came to be because I got a different table saw and I am starting all over making new jigs etc. One of the most important things I wanted...
  6. Just a finger-joint jig

    My first table saw jig (well in the form of a sled) Just interpreted some examples on the internet (youtube) and made it with the left-overs from the table-saw build. The material is HDF or (the grey colour stands for exterior use, so it handles moister a bit better and is harder, also less...
  7. "Red Ryder" old man's riding lathe

    Here is my "Snappy-Ass Tool Co" Lathe model #2 "Red Ryder". It is complete except for final welding of tail stock ram to hand crank system. I am trying to load a short film showing it in use, but so far I haven't figured out how get lumberjock to accept .mov file. #1 is of course carved...
  8. Sci-fi/Jetsons side table w/drawer... and EL wire!

    I used damaged scrap plywood and HDF that was just taking up space. The build process was mostly spontaneous and a lot of fun. See the instructable here:
  9. Jigs & Fixtures
    I'm finalizing design on a table saw base/cabinet with Triton router insert. What are the best materials to use for the top surface? What are the pros and cons of what you've selected for your build? Right now, I'm designing a multi box plywood construction layout with a table top that's...
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