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  1. Drywall/sheet goods rack

    I had a large item clutter issues in my shop, so this week I set out to correct that. I cut some dimensional lumber to length to hang a rack from my 10' 5" high loft joists. Before: and after:
  2. Card Scraper Holder

    Finally banged one out in a day :-) I took some scrap ply, marked out my kerf lines on 1/2" centers, and ran 'em through with the radial arm saw (neat !). Then, I did an inlay of Wenge, or something, at the front and at the back. Then … I used my dado router jig, and carved out about 1/3" of...
  3. Kreg Jig Mounting Board

    Upgrade from my old setup for my Kreg Jig. The last one (picture 6) was thrown together with scraps. This version is made from MDF as the base and pine for the extensions. Everything was given 2 coats of shellac and topped with a coat of paste wax. This combo has become my go to for shop fixture...
  4. Finishing Tote?

    I'm not really sure what to call this thing. When it comes to be "finishing" time, I find that the stuff I am looking for is all over the place. When I am done, the stuff is everywhere in different places it doesn't belong. I decided to make a little tote for it. It's made from left over...
  5. Planer cart

    Progress on improving the shop continues… This weeks project, a cart for the my planer. Assembly of the frame begins. With a couple of sheets of MDF to protect it, the top of my table saw makes a handy assembly table. Like a skyscraper, the frame continues to rise, but not without problems...
  6. Clamp Rack

    I did not like the way my clamps were organized. When I built my shop, I threw something together quickly just to get by. How often have we all done that? I finally got tired of it, so here is what I came up with. It is all solid soft maple, including the backs. I did that in order to use the...
  7. Coping Sled

    This is a coping sled I made for my raised panel door shop. We use another machine for our standard doors, but I built this while doing an entry door project for a church. We now use it for some of the specialty doors we do. Aluminum and angle iron will hold up in production for years...
  8. Wood Magazine Protect And Serve Table saw Blade Organizer

    After all the uproar over the weekend about projects, and posting, and such I got to thinking…I haven't posted a project or a blog in a long time. As all the typing was going on, in between my rantings, I was in my little garage shop making this cool blade holder. I got tired of hanging my...
  9. CLAMP RACK - MOBILE

    With construction of the Baltic Birch Plywood with Oak Scupports & Casters, with the Mobile Clamp Rack, I no longer have to use up precious shop wall space or have clamps strung-out all over the shop wondering where they are. This is a fantastic shop fixture worth it's weight in stock! Built...
  10. Fold-Down Outfeed Table •

    Feb 16, 2012 I know several of you have built one of these and Iʻve been wanting to do the same to make using my table saw safer. I found the article that appeared in Woodworkers Journal Jan-Feb 2009 and used it as a guide. Of course Iʻve made modifications. Most of the white surfaces that you...
  11. Woodworking Skill Share
    DW found this pic on-line and she said that she likes this style of furniture. What style is it? I can pick out G&G . . . but beyond that its a guess at best.
  12. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Its that time of year again where the tool manufactures/dealers start to roll out their Black Friday sales. Here's a link for Jet Tools offer. Know of any others, post here! As for me, I plan on picking up 8 - 12" Parallel Clamps to complete my set. Should have bought them the first go...
  13. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Is This any way to run a Railroad? GERMAN WONDERLAND … this is Awesome!!! Remember the two brothers, in Germany, who had a wonderful model railway that was something to see? This is an update for their German Wonderland. Enjoy. There have been little clips about this place for the past few...
  14. Blogs
    Inspiration, Research, and SketchUp Drawing Well I have been so focused on getting my new old Unisaw tweaked and settled in it's new home I forgot that I need some essentials for it's operation. I wanted to fire it up and try and cut some big slabs of birch butcher block to test its power, but...
  15. Blogs
    Practicum: Application of Skills I'm switching up my original plan of doing all the lessons in the self-study course back-to-back, and am instead alternating with projects from Power Tool Woodworking for Everyone that utilize previously learned/practiced skills and techniques. The first batch...
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