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  1. Mallet

    It has been awhile since I uploaded a project. I have been kinda working on three different projects, plus the workbench. But Sunday, I thought get stuck in and get something done. So I focussed on getting this mallet done. It is made of some scraps that were lying around. The handle is...
  2. Chisel Rack

    Wanted to make one for a while. Found this version on YouTube. Made from cedar and walnut. First time using pegged mortice & tenon. I didn't have the patience to make a square peg so round it is. I wouldn't use softwood if I had it to do over again…
  3. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Quick question, i was wondering i have a 10" grinder from delta but i really don't like the cove/hollow gring it puts on my chisels and plane blades. I like the cove or hollow gring a 6" wheel puts on my tool blades, question is. Can i put a 6" wheel on my grinder or will this not spin...
  4. Joinery
    Except for cutting rough lumber to length, all work is being done with hand tools. I am dimensioning material for a dining room table. It will be 78" in length and 30" to top of table. The legs will be tapered from a 3" square billet. The top will be a heavy piece of walnut made from 3...
  5. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi guys, I'm another complete amateur in need of some suggestions. I did my first wood project, a live edge walnut desk with metal legs. Everything went pretty fine, but because the top wasn't that thick, I was told I should avoid screwing the metal legs directly into it, to avoid cracking and...
  6. Blogs
    step up to the stand I wasn't totally happy with the former workbench, turned lathe stand. So, when we moved, I re-purposed that to be the outfeed table for my table saw, and set about planning a new one for my mini lathe. I had a couple plans that I'd almost made - but would have had to buy...
  7. Blogs
    Concept. I've yearned for a few years now to have my own space, my own small shop and build my own bench. I've been inspired by YouTube contributers such as Paul Sellers, Billy's Little Bench to build my own bench, that I didn't actually need a workshop full of powerful tools to create a...
  8. Blogs
    Workbench Base Finished I am busy building a split top Roubo workbench and have recently finished the base. The base is built from some left-over African Rosewood I had, while the top will be Hard Maple. The vices and sliding deadman will be made from Leadwood. Next up is installing some...
  9. Blogs
    part 5 fitting the stretchers. For me the stretchers would make or break the bench, if measured, cut and positioned incorrectly it introduce an instability in the bench and or make it next to unusable. I wanted them as heavy as possible so they ended up being 100*100mm. I clamped all the...
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