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  1. Saw horses

    These saw horses are made out of one sheet particle board. The legs are double thickness laminated together to give stability with a hole cut in the center to reduce the weight and allow you to easily carry them. Both the legs and the stretchers have notches that slide into one another and the...
  2. Work Horses

    I finished these some time ago. Inspired by Len Cullum's article from Make magazine on Japanese saw horses. Douglas fir with draw bored oak pins. I originally intended these to serve as a base for a work bench, but things change. While building a slab on them for a top I found that they racked...
  3. Strong, Cheap, Stackable Sawhorses (April 2013)

    I already have 4 of these but there have been so many times where having one more would have been a big help. I made a how to article with pictures on my site for those who think I'm boring in my videos and a video for those who think pictures are boring :)
  4. Japanese saw horses - floor horses (post)

    Japanese saw horses floor horses This post comes from my Japanese saw horses blog. It all started by me reading Toshio Odate's book 'Japanese woodworking tools their tradition spirit and use', and now since I have moved to a new location where I at least for a while will have no workshop, the...
  5. Chuck Box (Camp Kitchen)

    I saw this project on LJs a short while ago and knew that I had to build one. So here it is, my version of the Blue Sky Kitchen Grubby One. I also made the leaf accessory and a couple of special extras. I really liked this design that seems to that give you endless possibilities for storing...
  6. Shopdogs Complete!

    Hello, fellow LJs! This is my first project post, but I've been admiring your various posts for the past year or so. I'm excited to post these Shopdogs built from woodshopdude's plans. It was much more of a challenge than I expected when I first saw the photos, but it was nonetheless a very...
  7. knock-down "shop-horses"

    This little project is something I've been wanting to build for a while now, and working in a small shop requires one to save space , and reduce the foot print of each tool when you can. Almost all of my large machines are on rolling stands , as well as some of my cabinets. No matter what size...
  8. Wood & Lumber
    I do small projects sometimes with Exotic woods, but the problem is that good wood is hard to find. I like to look at what I am buying. Most of my Exotic wood purchases are from E-bay which has gotten very expensive plus the postage has gotten higher. I don't usually buy large boards, short...
  9. Woodworking Skill Share
    Use a couple of easily modified sawhorses. I haven't tried this, but I'm sure some of you out there have. If you've done this, what are your thoughts on this method?
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    This is a slider,using 2 sliding clamps and any 3/4in material , solid of plywood, easy to follow build from the video, nothing fancy, just a simple and fast moxon vise, not much to look at but the end result is that it works build it here You can also attach to a saw horse of this style...
  11. Blogs
    New Year...New Hobby I have been known to take up a hobby or 37. At 42, on the cusp of 43, and well into the 'balding' years, I have decided that, in lieu of a midlife crisis, I would take up woodworking. Don't get me wrong, a new car and a 27 year old with huge, firm, hands would be wonderful...
  12. Blogs
    Japanese hand plane KANNA setup Japanese hand plane setup Fitting, tuning and sharpening. If you are looking for 'ready out of the box' just leave this blog now! This blog is for those who want to understand their tools, to trim, adjust and become the master of your tool. It is not a show off...
  13. Blogs
    Building the Lower Frame The Requirement I moved back to MN in June 2014, after nearly 30 years away, and my brother quickly introduced me to duck hunting. We're not on any of the major flyways here, so we need to put everything in our favor possible. We read about the advantages of layout...
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  14. Blogs
    Step 0: Get introduced to woodworking and become obsessed Anyone who read my intro will know, I know basically nothing about fine woodworking. Transferable skills I have is the ability to work a saw, a driver, a nail gun, and lift heavy things. What started with an 8 minute video on YouTube and...
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    I want to add scraping to my surface prep bag of tricks…. I'v never tried it. Which way would you recommend I go… A card scraper or Stanley #80 cabinet scraper?
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