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  1. More hand planes

    Here is all the planes together. Plus a few others I made.
  2. Woodworking Skill Share
    Here's a way to get one or maybe two more cuts out of that board. Using a scarf joint. What is a scarf joint, you say. Just make a jig with a 20 degree angle on it. Lay it on your board in the middle, using your circular saw make a long cut on the angle you just drew using a straight edge.. Next...
  3. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    My living situation is changing drastically and unfortunately my garage is most likely not an option and cannot afford housing/apt around me WITH a garage XD. I finally situated all that crap, but as stated, no more shop. Does anyone know of any solution to this?
  4. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Howdy! I ran across from an Instructables email and thought Y'all would appreciate it. ... I also noticed that it automatically goes on to other videos that may be of interest. Hope you like it… I think this guy does some really GOOD work! OOPS... I found another one... that looks pretty...
  5. Blogs
    I made it through the exam They called off the test on Tuesday and had the tests on Wednesday. It was'nt as bad as I thought, of course, of course the results I won't know for a while yet. Among them a PAS test and Blood tests. Again, thank all of you for your support and prayers. I'm not out...
  6. Joinery
    I'm just curious as to what type of blades we use most on our table saws, tooth count, kerf size, rip blade, cross cut blades and the list goes on with options available for table saw blades. Most of my work is on solid wood pieces usually thicknesses between 1/4" to 2 1/2" and starting with...
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