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  1. Sled Miter Jig

    Table saw sled miter jig.
  2. MITRE ATTACHMENT FOR MY TABLE SAW SLED

    This is a very simple attachment to cut 45 DEG. mitre and spline slots for boxes . I made this because a lot of times the box sides are too tall to fit on the mitre saw and this is a simple and easy to make solution that attaches to just about any TS sled with a C CLAMP .To cut the box sides I...
  3. 45° jig / sled for perfect miters

    I needed a jig to cut dead on 45° miters for keepsake boxes. using the blade set to45° will create a bit of a bow in the miter. Keeping the blade at 90° keeps the gyro effect and the force of inertia true. Some years ago I saw something similar, and the concept stuck in my pointy head. Now...
  4. New Miter Jig

    After getting frustrated at using my Osborne EB-3 for miters I decided to make a miter jig. You can see the results in the middle picture. Everything worked great until I decided to add some scrap Walnut to the edges. Accuracy immediately went out of the window. I thought I would be able to save...
  5. FORGOTTEN ENGLISH DINING ROOM CHAIRS

    This set of 8 dining room chairs is of an amazingly high quality of craftsmanship. I found them at my local antiques dealer, "Its All in the Past" and they got them from a Meridian MS based furniture business that was closing after over 100 years. It seems that these chairs were bought for the...
  6. Magic Lamp

    This project was the convergence of a couple of different circumstances. It started when I posted my Carved Hummingbird Box to Facebook and my sister-in-law commented that she also loved hummingbirds, hint, hint. So I had it in mind to do something hummingbird-related for her. Then my son...
  7. How to make a Ring Box (Iroko)

    Hi everyone, It's been many days without posting a project. This time I'm glad to share a easy project about making little boxes, for rings or earrings. The only power machine you need to done this quickly is a table saw (with a mither jig) or miter saw. I hope you enjoy it and please comment...
  8. Table Saw Sled "Super Sled"

    I was more than overdue making a cross cut sled for the table saw. I watched hours of Youtube and online post on sleds. This is what I came up with, I am calling it "Super Sled". It does 90 Degree cross cuts, 45 degree bevel, miter cuts and not pictured a spline jig that attaches. I took my...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello fellow Lumberjocks, I need some advice. I have a very small shop(10' x 16'). I am in the market for a dust collector, and I would love to know if anyone has any advice for the best bang for the buck collector? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
  10. Jigs & Fixtures
    Hey! I just found out about this Fantastic set of jigs! Cut Perfect Miter cuts… Cut Perfect segments for polygons! No MUSS or FUSS… Set it and Cut them! You MUST SEE THIS fantastic set of jigs! To get absolutely Perfect Miter cuts 100% of the time with NO MESS - NO FUSS! Also, cut...
  11. Blogs
    A cradle for changing router bits on a Triton router I got tired of chasing my big router around the bench when changing bits or setting depth of cut so today I grabbed a piece of 1×4" and a chunk of 1/4" mdf and made a cradle. I traced around the router and cut the MDF out in a rough pattern...
  12. Blogs
    Progess is very slow...cutting the new plywood, the angles and the splines This is actually the second in the series but I didn't understand how the blog system works. The first in the series is a separate blog entitled TV stand. I will eventually put this on my website in more detail but...
  13. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    It's a device that holds small parts so your hands are not so close to the bit: http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=41780&cat=1,43000 I thought it looked like a good idea for template routing. Your thoughts?
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