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  1. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So... I love having my radial arm saw. No, you won't convince me to get rid of it, I understand why people think they're dangerous, and all that noise. Not interested in a debate or anything about that, because I like having one, and won't give it up. My question is, what operation on a RAS...
  2. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey everybody! Look at what my cousin just gifted me. The RAS I first learned on in…. 1985? Needs tuned, but still seems to work just fine. What’s everyone think? I’m pretty stoked myself!
  3. Another Radial Arm Dust Collecter

    I know there are a 'few' radial arm dust collection solutions out here, but thought I would throw mine in mix. This is a copy of some others that have been posted with a few changes. I added some threaded inserts into the table so it could be securely fastened to the table, but also allow for...
  4. Loft Shelving with Window Seat

    Loft Book shelving with window seat. Construction is of Pine with a walnut-ish Watco Oil finish. Construction is pocke screw and counter sink screw assembly. Window seat design from reclaimed headboard material. Shelving is attached via Kreg Pocket screws to main assembly surrounding window...
  5. Sheraton field bed

    Another one of my standard pieces. Adapted from a period bed made in America during the late 1700's. This one was made in some awesome curly birch.
  6. Walnut and Granite Desk for my Wife

    This is my first serious woodworking project so I'm really excited to share with everyone here. I built this desk for my wife because she needed a dedicated desk to work from since she often works from home. The base is made from walnut. I used mortise and tenon joints to connect the legs to...
  7. Radial arm saw table

    Had this radial arm saw about 10 years, after I got it used from my friend who ran out of room for it. Haven't used it for about a year & a half. It woulnd't cut 90 degrees anymore & the table wasn't flat & really chewed up. Finally got around to cleaning the saw up & making a new table. Table...
  8. Drill press table (vaccum mount DIY)

    Drillpress table Vaccum hose mounting So it was time to finish up the little drillpress table with a vac hose mount. Simply some scrap wood, and threaded rod, nothing facy, but it flips sideways and up and down. A full instruction tour can be found on my blog Drillpress table and much more...
  9. Miter Jig for Radial Arm Saw

    I'm pretty conscious of the fact that LOTS of people simply set up their RAS to do a perfect 90 degree crosscut, and then leave it there-building jigs for other types of cuts. There's some sound logic there. [David (Patron) is rather a genius at this sort of thing, by the way. HIS RAS table...
  10. Shootin\' Table

    Here is the shootin' table I just made for my conservation club. Wheels are cantilevered out front so when you pick up on the back it will roll around easy. I made it out of redwood. Should hold up good outdoors. I also made two different height stools, should help with height differance of all...
  11. ladder/chair

    This is from an old magazine. Made of cherry. Each project step was a challenge. I made a plywood template for the leg patterns, roughed them out and then gang sanded them so they match. For the two rear leg assemblies a little rail is required, which is angled differently on each end. The...
  12. Whatnot Box, Wine Balancers, and Pens

    Here are some of the things I made for Christmas this year. The Whatnot box that I built for my wife. It's made out of a board that was saved from a bonfire and I believe it is White Oak. The box is 8 ½ x 11 and 2 ½ inches deep. The top is made up of four pieces glued together, and the knob...
  13. Model paint cabinet

    I made this cabinet for my son-in-law to store model paints. It's 12" x 12" x 3" and can hold about 72 bottles of paint. Material: 3/8 and 1/8 plywood - 12" x 12" Baltic birch sheets from Woodcraft. All the cuts were made on a radial arm saw. This was my first time doing mitered dados. For...
  14. Chess Board for Chad

    This chess set was made for my son Chad for Christmas. The board itself has been in the works for a little under a year. It is made in the David Marks style with 1/4" maple and walnuts squares sandwiching 3/8 birch ply. The edge is made from 2" wide bloodwood, which has turned out to be my...
  15. Pine Entertainment Center

    Last year I got tired of having my plasma sitting precariously on a stool and my A/V equipment stacked on the floor. This was my own design built from clear pine from Home Depot. I built this using only a circular saw, a router, a hand saw, and a few sanders, and I built it (unwisely) on the...
  16. thanks God ( and Doug ) !

    i posted this as a project , because it really has been . after blowing all my money on wood to augment the rosewood from bibb and deni , all i could do was start cleaning my shop , as all my tv and internet was turned off . this happened 7 days ago . saturday i was surprised to see my friend...
  17. Roller outfeed for radial arm saw

    This is about as far as you can get from fine woodworking, but… it works. About a year ago I acquired a broken treadmill with a DC motor that I wanted to use for a variable speed conversion for my Jet 15 mill. That project was a success, and I saved a few of the other parts from the treadmill...
  18. Radial arm saw jig Alder and Maple

    Made this jig to make it easier to repeat cuts on my saw, I don't have a table saw yet, so it works pretty well, can cut 1" up to 22" in half inch increments, used a leftover piece of alder for the jig, the pins are scrap maple and 3/8" dowels, would be better if I had a drill press but most of...
  19. Larger Cross

    I had a request from the last show to make cross the same shape as one of my 5" hand crosses but twice as tall as my 9 1/4" rosewood cross..made from mesquite and with the copper inlay. It is for a person who collects unique crosses. This is it. 18 1/2" long with a 5/8' wide copper inlay. It is...
  20. Hollow Wooden Balls

    I made these last fall while trying out my new 1/8" 60 degree V cutters for my Dremel. Just goofing around with these. I may include them in some other project. One is Osage Orange and the other one is Cherry. I had to use some real dry logs so there was no movement after threading them. I also...
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