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  1. Sawstop dado throat plate with replaceable insert

    When I purchased my saw, I purchased the dado cartridge and Sawstop throat plate. Honestly, I haven't even used it yet since I didn't want to use the throat plate for one size dado and then have to purchase another the next time I needed a dado (I like the idea of zero clearance for dadoes :) )...
  2. Zero Clearance Insert with replaceable panel

    Someone saw my zero clearance insert and asked me for some info on it, and some pics. So here it is. This particular plate is designed to fit my Ridgid TS3640, but clearly you can modify it to fit any table. The build is pretty simple and straightforward. First, I selected a piece of 1/2" MDF...
  3. Inserts between 2 cabinet saws

    I knew when I brought home this Powermatic66 I had to face the dilemma of how to fit this in my 2 car garage along with my other machines. So I had them sit face to face, as each will be the outfeed for the other one. Of course, this meant other considerations: everything has to be co-planer...
  4. Router Table Cabinet Insert

    My router table cabinet insert is finally finished…ish. Just a few details to mop up. Not that the blue color gives it away but it's a Kreg table that I upgraded with a Jessem Mast-R-Lift II and a PC 75182 motor. The cabinet is loosely based on Kreg's plan but since I wanted to incorporate a...
  5. Bandsaw inserts holder

    Hi guys, Quick tip here, this is the solution I came up with to keep my bandsaw inserts at hand. Just an MDF box with slots, bolted to the back of the saw. Very handy. If you've been looking for a way to store your blank inserts, well, this is the solution I came up with. Feel free to...
  6. Beer caddy

    Cheers! I know I could use the one phrase on the commercial, but I probably need permission to do so. Any how, meet the cousin to the wine caddy. This is the beer caddy made from poplar and painted black. This one is already sold for too. I like the stainless steel insert with the black...
  7. Custom knife drawer insert

    After having our kitchen remodeled, I wanted to make something for my wife's knifes. I took all of her knifes and laied them out until I found a layout I liked. This is what we ended up with. made from poplar
  8. Made my first zero clearance insert.

    Most of the woodworking I've done has been what I would call "construction grade". I am wanting to start working on finer projects that require more accuracy and attention to detail. I decided the first thing I should do is make a zero clearance insert. I had a piece of red oak that was large...
  9. Charlie's Angels

    While not 3, They still stand up to their name. Made these carbide insert turning tools for a fellow lumberjock that have been there since the early days and been true to the lumberjocks spirit all along. 2 tools, one for rough and general work (square cutter with cambered edge) as well as for...
  10. Ooops Bowl

    Made this bowl between other woodworking projects. Made from tulip wood and a Iroko insert. It is 10" diameter and 1 1/4" tall with a over all thickness of 1/8". I think the name speaks for itself Quite a few turners have made a hole or two I managed to rescue this piece
  11. Router Table Top

    I worked very diligently this weekend to finish the router table top. I added the formica veneer to the substrate, trimmed it. White veneer for the top and a dark veneer for the bottom. I did this so I would know which side is up! Just kidding-I needed the rest of the 4×8 white formica for...
  12. five board bench

    standard five board bench made for a co-worker. Pocket hole joinery used throughout. Wood is the cheap pine from the box store. Painted a dark green.
  13. Drill press table w/insert

    I finally got around to making my drill press table. In the first pic you can see my old "table" I threw together for a project and kept using for probably about 5 years! A neighbor had given me a piece of formed formica countertop and I wanted to use that for a table. I cut off all the formed...
  14. Cindy Box

    This is my Cindy Drozda finial box it measures 2"w x3"h & is made from cherry and padauk with a wax finish. I made this for my wife, who really loves it. I"m pretty pleased with the result even though the finial could be a lot better. The lid is a "perfect fit" thanks to a square scraper I made...
  15. Drawer inside a Drawer

    This is really a simple little solution to a problem that's been bugging me. The darn drawer in our bathroom vanity on my side is just too small (my wife even has some stuff in there because her's isn't big enough either--and no, telling her she has too much stuff is NOT an option lol). So, I...
  16. Reusable Zero Clearance Insert for Table Saw w/ Odd Insert

    My Delta Contractor Table Saw has an odd insert that is only about an 1/8 thick and is mainly rectangular rather than the norm rounded ones. With it being so thin and in an odd shape it, it is a pain to make zero clearance inserts for that don't seem flimsy and like they wont to pop out easily...
  17. Insert cheese and cracker board

    Hi all. Was able to get some new products done. You can also see my other products on my facebook site Maple Hill Woodworking. The straight cheese and cracker boards I decided to put an insert in the middle all the way across and then my wife said try it with going 2/3 thirds of the way...
  18. vegetable bin

    actually i keep the cat and dod food in it…. haha!
  19. PINE SHELVES

    28mm, 70×65cm pine shelves, finish - two layers of water based laquer. Two boards were joined with 10mm dovels.
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