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  1. Jet 16-32 Drum Sander Storage Cabinet •

    April 22, 2012 Hi Again - In my previous post, Jet 16-32 Foldable Extension Tables, I showed you how I made my foldable extension tables for the Jet 16-32 drum sander. You might have wondered why the extension tables folded down so far away from the drum sander stand. The answer is that this...
  2. Clamp Rack

    I completed this project December 2017. I have been very dissatisfied with the way I store my clamps for a while now. I searched for a better way to store them, but never found anything I liked until a saw a clamp rack video by Brad Rodriguez from Fix This Build That...
  3. table saw stand with drawers

    For my first several projects, I didn't have a table saw and had to make all my rip cuts at my father-in-law's with his old Bosch. That got to be old fast. The wife surprised me with a Dewalt DW745 for Christmas! It was a gift worthy of a good stand. This stand puts the saw at the exact height...
  4. Easy Build Shop Stool

    This is a really simple little shop stool that I builf a few weeks ago - its just made out of scrap construction timber (radiata pine) and I built it in one weekend. Its very easy to make - if you're interested I did a blog post about how to make one for yourself here.
  5. Tool Storage

    I did some reorganizing in my shop and built an out-feed table, hand tool storage and a charging station. Big improvement.
  6. Shop Cabinets

    Just finished a couple shop cabinets. Here's some specs: Smaller Cabinet: 36"w, 40"h, 11 1/2"d 3/4" birch ply case and shelves (chose the figured "bad" side for the outside - I liked the look) 1/4" birch ply back 2 fixed shelves and 3 adj shelves (kept 2 fixed for stability of case) doors: hard...
  7. Shop Cabinets -- quick and easy

    In my old shop (moved about 6 months ago) I had a number of countertops that were built right into the space by the previous owner. In the new place, I have been desperate for some storage, but I wanted to spend my time doing "real" work instead of building shop furniture; I'd envisioned...
  8. Router table cabinet

    My router cabinet. Rockler top and fence. Plywood sides with walnut trim. Storage drawers on bottom have slides. Drawers on left have no slides. Drawers on right are for router bits, one 1/4" shank and two 1\2" shank drawers. Top drawer on right is false because of the on off switch on the...
  9. Step platform - pine and Styrofoam

    I bought a new used lathe with a bed that was about 5 inches taller than the one it replaced. The lathe table was already in place and not able to be height adjusted. So! A little Styrofoam and some bug eaten pine and I had a very cost effective platform. It is about 30 inches by 14 inches by 5...
  10. Hand plane till with "hidden" storage

    Had to find a storage solution for my rapidly growing hand plane collection. Even more rapid once I started designing it. I wanted to leave space for some planes I didn't have like the #6 and the 5-1/2, but couldn't find any reliable dimensions online, so I went ahead and hunted them down on...
  11. Twenty-Drawer Hardware Cabinet

    See more on my WordPress blog ... thanks! Follow my progress on this build via the links below: Mystery Cabinet #1: The Problem Mystery Cabinet #2: Considerations and Design Mystery Cabinet #3: And So It Begins Mystery Cabinet #4: I Love Dovetails Mystery Cabinet #5: Filling In the Shell...
  12. The Ultimate Table Saw Cabinet

    Hey LJ's, Here it is!!!! The Ultimate Table Saw Cabinet is here!!! For a full video tour: Click here Here are the features: 17 Drawers (including 4 pull outs for accessories and Saw Blades) Pass through storage construction, accessible from both sides extra long wings for stock support...
  13. Rollable shop cabinet

    There are many cabinets like it, but this one is mine! I made it to fit a modular store-bought wire drawer system that was lying around gathering dust. It's to store general garage paraphernalia, but also to be another work surface and made to a height for table saw out-feed support. It's solid...
  14. QD Saw Till

    I felt like I might finally want to try hand-cut dovetails, and this was the project. You'll note that I put the pins and tails on the wrong sides, but there's not too bad for a first time out. (Really twisted scrap wood too, which didn't help!) I found a picture of this style of saw till...
  15. Nail Gun and Drill Holder

    Had some time in my woodworking class to finish up a much needed project I've been meaning to do for a while. Needed a place to store my nail, guns, nails and accessories, and drills and this fit the bill.
  16. Basement Workshop Shelving

    I recently started school for horology and upon arriving there I found that our basement workshop was a mess. Being the organized person that I am and having built things like this in the past I set to work designing shelves to hold the clock pieces that we are working on. Before the new...
  17. Roubo Tool Rack

    I was experiencing some "stress" on my main project (read: I was unable to light it on fire without witnesses) so I took a side trip down the PopWood "I can do that" street. What can I say? It's occasionally pretty nice to do a project start to finish in a couple hours-and to do it with...
  18. Drilling Station

    Just a quickie project to clean up my drill press and mortiser area. Preivously, these two items were on two different carts, each sized incorrectly for the piece. I had some 45 degree cutoffs from a different project (as well as a short section of birch ply), and I used them to support this...
  19. Clamp Cart

    Made a rolling clamp cart for my clamps. Rolls ok, and is short enough to fit under the end of my table saw. Drawer opens either direction, and I've rubbed some dark walnut danish oil on it just for fun since I took these pictures. The top has paste wax, everything else is just sanded. I like...
  20. Drink holder on cleat

    In my new shop, I put cleats up on two of the four walls to hold things. This morning, I started building things to hang on the cleats. The result is this drink holder. Important stuff while I'm unpacking and organizing the shop! Nothing too fancy. A few pieces of pallet wood, and two folding...
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