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  1. Time tested job stools

    I made these in 1979 after seeing something similar while driving by some working carpenters. They have been in use ever since and have worn down and inch from being slid around on concrete, etc.. The height is good for reaching 8' ceilings and can also be stacked for 12", 24", and 32". Often...
  2. serving tray

    this is a serving tray i made for my wife after her surgery when she wasnt able to get up easily,its made of mahogany with a formica tray that is adjustable with the knobs on the sides.she used it to eat on and as a lap top tray.
  3. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have recently become a self-employed handyman. As a result, I needed to buy a job site table saw. Of the many choices available, I finally chose the Ridgid R4516 from Home Depot. I know it's a bit small compared to some but small is what I need since I do not have a large truck or trailer to...
  4. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    This is a model#137.218300, and my main issue is the raising/lowering mechanism is not working, the saw is new to me and I am working on cleaning and fixing what needs to be fixed but this has me stumped. The "screw bar" turns fine, but it appears there should be some sort of nut there OR the...
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    First off I know you guys will tell me to go get a belt-driven contractor saw with an induction motor. And the truth is I really want one but I have a neighbor that complains about anything and I have no garage. So I pull this thing out in the parking lot and use it. The brushless is much...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I would really like to hear from the woodworkers out there who use a jobsite saw as their primary table saw. Do you feel limited? What workarounds, compromises do you encounter? What miter gauge set up do you use? I know most of us here covet the cabinet saw, but I have to think there are...
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