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  1. "THE" Router Sidekick

    Lately I made a new, longer and wider jig similar to the former ones I made a while ago (photo 1) so it would be quick and easy to mill slots, dadoes, grooves and rabbets everywhere without fussy adjustments and measurements, thanks to the 1" guide bushing. Trace where to mill, clamp the jig...
  2. Shop dustpan

    I've been needing a dust pan for my shop for a while. I have a cheap one, but in order to sweep up, I end up having to bend down, and with my bad back, that's no fun. So when I saw the one in Popular Woodworking by The Schwarz, I added that to my to-do list. I cut a couple pieces of elm for the...
  3. Small Boxes

    I built these six boxes on December 2017 in an effort to use up scrap wood. They were meant for storing pencils and other writing implements. Unfortunately (sigh) I made them 1/2" too short. Oh well, life goes on…
  4. Happy Router Box (The other kind of router)

    No, not that router, the other kind :) For the last several years our wifi router has sat on our dresser, with cords awkwardly draped across the floor. It's gotten worse since the pandemic, since I recently ran an additional ethernet cable to our adjoining office for my wife's computer setup...
  5. Paper Roll Unit & Organiser

    Since I had a few panels of oak MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) I decided to use that, I usually don't like using MDF because its not a very strong material and its as bad or worse than plywood with the exposed edges. That is why I also decided to use solid oak edge banding on all exposed edges...
  6. Giant Jenga Yard Game

    Hi All Lumberjocks, I decided with Summer just around the corner I wanted to add to my expanding yard game collection by making this Giant Jenga set. My son has loved playing the small version of this game over the winter period and when we played with it last year on Summer vacation I made a...
  7. MULTI-USE Table Saw Fence •

    Sept 14, 2014 • • (( See addendum at end of post )) • • I was cruising the internet and came across 2 videos that got my attention. One was about a multi-use table saw fence from an article in Fine Woodworking #231. The other one was about an L-Fence from an article in Fine Woodworking...
  8. Blogs
    Part 1 Right Click to Download Right Click to Download in HD Subscription Options http://blip.tv/play/ll6C38FeAA.htmlhttp://a.blip.tv/api.swf#ll6C38FeAA The calendar frame is a project that highlights the joys of simple joinery. The frame pieces are held together with half-lap joints which...
  9. Blogs
    Glue-Up and Dimensioning Time to see if I can do two projects at once. I started work on a shoe shine box today. Sometimes I am thankful that I can have awesome wood with which to work. I threw a little denatured alcohol on it to get an idea of what it will look like. I glued up the panels...
  10. Blogs
    Introduction When we moved to Santa Fe last year, I had planned to build new bookcases for the house. In my old house in Minneapolis, I had built-in bookcases, and the house here in the Southwest needs a different look. So I looked around a little, and decided to build the Jefferson...
  11. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm in the market for my first table saw and I've been looking around on the List, but haven't found exactly what I'm looking for so I went to the blue box store and the new Delta 36-725 caught my eye. I also like anything Bosch, so the 4100-09 is also a contender. They are two different type...
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