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  1. 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...
  2. DIY Router Fence with Above/Below Dust Collection and Micro-Adjustable Fence

    I have been using this fence system for a while and still have not seen another one like it, so I thought I would share it with everyone. The fence mounts to a box that slides within a bigger box. This inner box is spring loaded to the retract position. Wedges/ramps then adjust with a knob in...
  3. Tablesaw Micro Adjustment

    Boys and Girls, Soon after I purchased my contractors saw, I fitted it with a biesemeyer fence. Whether it's bad tuning, loose tolerances or just delicate hands, I found that my fists were growing bruises upon the bruises from banging the fence to make that "micro-adjustment" only to have to...
  4. Angle Display

    For a number of years now i have been buying these for my wife, i decided they needed a nice place to be displayed so i made this case out of puruvian maple for her for mothers day. hope you like.
  5. Circle Jig for Router

    This is a simple circle cutting jig for my router. I've used the kind that replaces the foot plate on the router but it's just so inconvenient mounting it to the router. This one slips into the two guide on the router base quickly and works great. The holes for the two thumb screws in the...
  6. Jigs & Fixtures
    I purchased the Kreg micro drill guide which drills smaller holes designed for half inch material, but I do not have the K4 or K5 etc. The directions that came with the micro jig refer me to the directions for the K4, K5 etc..Where can I find setup directions and measurements for the depth stop...
  7. Blogs
    A very Robert Sorby birthday Everyone's going to hate me for this, but I just fell - not literally - into a lot of new Robert Sorby turning tools. The 18th (3 days ago) was my 32 birthday (for you programmers, that's 100000 in binary - I no longer fit in 5 bits!). Mom sent me a box of Rockler...
  8. Blogs
    It begins... I've had the new workspace in place for two weeks now and have yet to find the time or gusto to start in on its transformation. Whether the rain or my daughter's birthday preparations are the cause of my lack of enthusiasm I do not truly know but I am spending this time planning...
  9. Blogs
    Quick and Easy Drawer Pulls This is one of my earliest videos. I had built some shop cabinets and I needed some drawer pulls, so I figured I would make some using an old plastic cabinet handle as a template. A year later and they still work, but I have a different, more comfortable design...
  10. Blogs
    A hinge to far... errrr, to small! I am looking for some extremely small butt hinges. What I am looking for will need to attach to stock no more than 1/8"or approximately 3 mm. This is for a very small scale project. I checked Rockler.com but the smallest of theirs I could find was still to...
  11. Hand Tools
    After my last project, I realized two things. 1. I think my woodworking would benefit from a good hand plane or two and a few sharp chisels 2. I really need a way to sharpen them After a bit of research, a #5 plane was what I decided to go with. I just won a Stanley 5C on EBay for about $48.00...
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