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  1. media center with bookshelves

    Had some extra time around the shop, so we decided to build this. Its made out of poplar and mdf and finished it with some dunn edwards paint. The top is walnut and finished with polyurethane. Not really my style of cabinet but I think someone will like it. Thanks for looking!!!
  2. Table Saw Dust Ducting

    Well this was my second project over the summer. It took about 2 weeks to do, and i learned a lot. If i had to sell it, it would be like over $2000. When i was done there was 249 rivets, ya 249. So in the viewing window i added one extra rivet just to round it out to 250. It works with an old...
  3. Hillbilly’s Ultimate ZCI

    The recent acquisition of a Magic Molder head and some cutters ( www.magicmolder.com ) from my buddies at Ballew Saw & Tool here in Springfield ( www.ballewsawandtool.com ), prompted me to move forward with this project. I made seven Zero Clearance Inserts (ZCI) when I first got my PM66 back in...
  4. Box #3

    I made this box and the router plane box at the same time. My four square of this one wasn't perfect but I managed to get box together and it's square. I was able to plane and fair any minor differences out. This box is going to daughter #1. I added a cherry flower on the lid that I bought from...
  5. Desk

    I build this desk for my son. It is part of his new bedroom set that includes a bed, a night table and a chest of drawers. The legs are 7/4 red oak 33 inches wide. The top is 72×33, 5/4 read oak. The top is attached to the legs by 1/2 inch bolts threaded into 1/2 inch cross dowels. The bold pass...
  6. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Throughout the year, we have many pine cones that need to be removed, before we can mow the lawn. Rather than rake them, and if I get to them right after they fall, a shop vac can make short work of them. However, if they sit, they start to open and their increased size clogs the vac quickly...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm looking for individual components to put together a DC system for use on one machine at a time that will be able to pull chips from my portable thickness planer. Since I do my woodworking on my driveway, the system needs to be able roll out there. It also needs to fit in a 24" x 36"...
  8. Finishing
    Hey guys, I am about to make some humidors for the guys in my wedding party, so thought I better step up my finishing game a little. Usually after sanding and before putting on a finish I just vacuum the dust off, and thats it. I typically dont create high end projects with amazing...
  9. Blogs
    Shop vac dust deputy system w/ blast gates Okay i've been asked to show how my shop vac dust deputy system works so here it is. I have the smaller ridgid shop vac from home depot under my ras inside the cabinet stuffed with insulation enough to dampen the noise but still let the motor cool and...
  10. Blogs
    woodworkers creed Here is our statement our woodworkers creed, we all come from a certain breed….wood is our forum our fix and our drug..were like some strange exotic bug..we cant be figured and no species or a name…we work with wood for we all like the fame. Ive made it better and with a...
  11. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Mulching with saw dust will not only help with keeping weeds from popping up but it also helps keep the dirt from evaporating all of it's water.
  12. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    Hi guys, I have a basement workshop (roughly 12'x25') that also has the furnace and water heater (both gas) for the first floor of my house in said shop area. Further back story, the basement is connected to the garage which the driveway goes to underneath the house, and there is a window on...
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