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  1. Receiver Hitch Storage Box

    I needed a place to store my receiver hitches and a heavy-duty wooden box was just the ticket. Using some scrap wood from a reclaimed desk, I made this 1" thick monster of a box. The simple butted joints are glued and screwed, with a couple of brad nails thrown in there just to help hold it...
  2. Heavy-duty Workbench

    This is my first big project, aside from your typical Wood Whisperer end grain cutting board. I started it about 5 years ago when I first got into woodworking. It went on hiatus until a couple months ago because I got frustrated with my low quality tools. Now, I've got a garage full of decent...
  3. Mobile Tool Carts (for my vintage radial arm saws)

    I made two mobile cabinets/carts that will be used as stands for my vintage DeWalt radial arm saws. The cabinets were made from maple and plywood. These were built heavy duty to support the weight of these cast-iron saws. Here's a video that shows more photos and construction details:
  4. My mailbox

    Made with pine and redwood, this arch-topped box sports a 'flag' shaped flag on the side. The door latches with a ball catch. Mail lady was pissed when she couldn't figure it out the fiirst time! was very funny.
  5. inside out football hollow in the middle

    Inside out turning poplar with white oak laces and pyrography details
  6. Under Cabnet Storage

    Using space underneath the cabinets…built a base frame…then put the heavy duty slides in then built the box to house shallow items…like muffin/cupcake pans… The 3rd photo is an image of angle aluminum that I made a pull for the drawer. Last photo shows drawers closed… Let me know if you want...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    How much should I sell a Guardian Power 16 speed drill press? It's in good condition. Has a MFG date of 1988 though. I've tried googling on different sites, and see it anywhere from 75 dollars to 228 dollars.
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    It seems that for a time between 1986 and 1993, Black & Decker had sold its heavy-duty and super-duty power tools under two different labels: PROFESSIONAL (yellow text) and INDUSTRIAL (red text, with "Heavy Duty" below that) but that most of those tools were otherwise the same. I can't be sure...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories Look here… this is the predecessor to the (HD)5510. This is a model 551, type 3, serial #HB165910 and date code #1HMW2 (September 1985). ~Ben
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Does anyone know anything about the Skilsaw Super Duty line of saws models 866, 867 and 868? These were sold between 1978 and 1981 and were similar to models 552, 553 and 554 respectively. Compare with model 553: I can't seem to single out any differences between the two trios other than...
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