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  1. Ridgid R4512 Tablesaw Outfeed Table

    Finished this outfeed table for my Ridgid R4512 tablesaw based on ideas from other projects and designs from lumberjacks postings. I designed the support knee brace to come off the rear axle of the casters so it is always set at the right height regardless of the shop floor. No leveling of...
  2. Ridgid R4512 Tablesaw Outfeed Table

    Finished this outfeed table for my Ridgid R4512 tablesaw based on ideas from other projects and designs from lumberjacks postings. I designed the support knee brace to come off the rear axle of the casters so it is always set at the right height regardless of the shop floor. No leveling of...
  3. R4512 made more useful

    I got one of the lucky Ridgid R4512s. But I still suffer from having a very small work space about 12×14 in the corner of my basement. The door way is about 52 inches so to rip sheet goods I feed it that way. I wanted to make my table saw footprint more useful. So I did what most seem to...
  4. Wooden Welcome sign for Wedding

    I made this Wedding sign out of common lumber from Lowes. Bought a piece 48" long by 11 1/4" wide. Cut down to 23 1/2" long, so could make 2 of these if needed. Then I textured the wood with abrasive pad that you use the strip paint with, works great. Stained the wood with Rustoluem Kona stain...
  5. R4512 Router Table Insert

    I'm a beginning woodworker and I have a small shop (16×15 with some odd angles thrown in). Needless to say, space is at a premium for me. The projects I have in mind call for a router table, but I didn't have much space to sacrifice. One of my first purchases was a Ridgid R4512 table saw...
  6. Cross cut sled.

    Hi all, I built a cross cut sled with 3/4 birch ply, some oak for the runners, and some scrap I had from some old shelving. This is my second sled I have built in the last 2 weeks. The first was for my glorified tabletop craftsman direct drive saw which caught fire. It went in the trash with...
  7. Scroll Saw Portraits

    I've done quite a number of scroll saw portraits. The earlier ones were pretty crude. As I did more quality improved. The link below shows how this is done. http://www.flickr.com/photos/edurink/sets/72157624851778690/detail/
  8. Throat plate for my R4512

    I have had my R4512 for about a year and am generally happy with it. I added a Biesemeyer fence at the beginning and a folding out feed table (see my other post about it). My son-in-law bought me a Wixey fence gage which is working out better than I hoped. For the money it is a very good saw...
  9. Mission Style Stairs

    Made with quartersawn white oak. I added lights to the bottoms of some of the treads makes late night trips to the fridge much safer!!
  10. Cutting Board

    Here's a new cutting board. This one goes to my barber. She's been cutting my hair for almost 15 years. Walnut, maple, yellowheart and purpleheart. Grain sequence matched. 18" x 12", 1.5" thick. Salad bowl finish.
  11. Pocket Hole Lamp

    I bought a Kreg pocket hole jig over a year ago and this idea has been in my head ever since, but I kept putting it on the back burner. It's a pocket hole lamp made from a nicely figured cedar 1×8. It's 16" tall and has 30 degree miters in the corners. I used this Portfolio Candelabra Base...
  12. "Chip" the Rocking Horse

    Completed in 1993. My oldest son named his rocking horse "Chip" and we never did find out how he chose that name. This is a Woodsmith project made of southern yellow pine and douglas fir. Many kids have enjoyed this rocking horse over the years. It waits patiently in our dining room for the...
  13. Apple mermaid

    This curvacious lady was hidding in a MacInntosh orchard for many years.
  14. Flip-Up (Fold-Down) Table Saw Out-Feed Table

    I picked up a new table saw the other day (Ridgid R4512) and knew the first thing I wanted to add was this out-feed table. I am restricted on space (two car garage but my wife's only request is that she's able to park in it at night) and therefore make all of my stands/benches mobile and...
  15. platform bed

    I recently finished this bed for myself. I designed it to be very functional for me because I like to read in bed, so the headboard has a slight angle for leaning against, lights on each side that offer plenty of light (switches are hidden directly under each light), and a cove for books right...
  16. "With a Twist" old fashion card table

    This is the top from my circle cutter router table jig. We have some walnut, asian mahogany, and even a little piece of alder that found it's way into the composition. I wrapped it all up with some bubinga and four maple feet. It's finished with some good ole tough oil (best finish there is)...
  17. Tube Calls and Pot Calls

    A few more calls getting ready for new homes. First is 5 3" tube calls L-R Spalted maple, 2 Osage, Dogwood, Maple Burl. The pot calls are both maple but from different parts of the country. 3 1/2" will be aluminum over glass and the 3" probably slate over glass. Finish is natural stain and lacquer.
  18. Spool Table

    Welp, a closs friend of my wife asked if I could recreate a table she saw on Pinterest, I of course took the bait and here are the results. This sucker is is huge and heavy!! 5' in diameter, 8 old tractor seats, Douglas fir 4×4's and some REALLY heavy duty screws.. :) The spool required a lot...
  19. Kiaat music box

    Music box made from kiaat, an African wood. Top and bottom is Spanish cedar for a nice smell. Finish is Tried and True varnish oil and paste wax. Hinges are from Rockler and latch is from Amazon. The musical movement is from N.J.Dean company: http://www.njdean.co.uk/musical-movements.htm And...
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  20. 3rd time is a charm (rookie)....

    Uggh such a frustrating process when you're new at this stuff. I made this for a TS3650 I picked up off CL for $100. After 3 tries I finally made a useful sled….the others were disasters and scary haha. Best fence accuracy I could get to was .002 with the 5 cut method - then came tears of...
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