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  1. Rabbet planes made from a cheap block plane and a junk jack plane (with wood handles)

    All of us have a couple old planes we picked up at a yard sale and never use. I turned a couple of mine into something useful: A small rabbet plane for fine tuning tennons and rabbets, and a big Jack Rabbet plane for larger rabbets. It took a bit of modification to make the iron come out the...
  2. Shave pony add on

    I built a Stumpy Nubs saw bench and it has been great! Make sawing a lot easier so I did more of it which led me to try and make a Three legged stool. Trying to shave taper tenons made me realize the value of a shave horse but no way could I squeeze one in to my "shop". All this led me to make...
  3. Router Lift

    Bought the plans from Stumpy Nubs for the compact router lift. Took me some time to complete but it was a fun process. I took the advice of Combo Prof and upgraded the screw blocks to 3/4 in ply rather than 1/2 in. I bought a simple router plate insert and used hot glue to level it to my router...
  4. Stumpy's Tubafore Contest Entry - My Tubafore Bowl

    Woe, woe, The lowly tubafore, You can make a nice door stop, To prop a swinging door. So many things that could be made, From this lowly hunk of wood, But we often do not try, As often as we should. The colors can be beautiful, If only treated right, To bring the color of the grain, To...
  5. Custom 1911 Pistol Presentation Case

    This is a Custom 1911 Pistol Presentation Case that I made for my 1SG's retirement from 22 years in the Army. It was my first big project in a couple of years due to work. I was able to incorporate some new techniques thanks to some overdue upgrades in my shop. This was my first use of...
  6. Stumpy Nubs Worksharp station dressed up

    Built this out of scraps from other projects - mostly the cherry from the recent gun cabinet. There's also a little walnut, oak, and poplar in here too in addition to the formica over MDF for the base and tops. Used the Stumpy Nubs plans (roughly) but not exactly. The drawers are just...
  7. Stumpy Nubs "Original Drum Sander"

    After "My First Wood Turning Project" (see my list of projects), I realized that if I was going to get serious about "tooling up" for wood turning, I was going to need a thickness sander. The biggest challenge I had in setting up for turning my first segmented bowl was getting a uniform...
  8. Jigs & Fixtures
    I am curious about peoples experience making/using a homemade wood table saw fence. I have a craftsman 113 table saw and as most people know the fence on there is incredibly frustrating. I am on a budget trying to build my shop up tool wise and am looking for options for a tablesaw fence without...
  9. Woodworking Skill Share
    This is my 3rd project, definitely lots of learning along the way so far.. I'm building Stumpy Nubs' router table, which requires plywood in 3/4", 1/2" and 1/4". I'm almost done with it, but learned the hard way that plywood is almost never the thickness advertised, and it's almost never flat...
  10. Marketplace Classifieds
    Back in January, I bought about thirty or forty 2" x 6"'s, with the plan of making a Roubo workbench. I was setting up a shop in a new space, and I figured the bench would be a cool project. My dad was a wood carver, and he liked to do relief work. I thought it would give us a chance to...
  11. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Has anyone made Stumpys homemade drum sander? I was thinking of making one any was wondering how it turned out. Any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated. If there is a better or easier one to build please share. Thank you
  12. Blogs
    FINALLY- The first episode is done! You're gonna LOVE IT! Maybe "LOVE" is a strong word. But I'm really excited about the final version of the show, and I think most people will feel the same way. Forget about everything we experimented with before. This is all new. It's been over a year in...
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  13. Blogs
    10 year old Matthew - Building a Mere Mortal Folding Step Stool Matthew Agate 10 year old craftsman in Newfoundland Canada building a step stool as seen on Woodworking For Mere Mortals. A fan of Steve Ramseys videos, Matthew, was so excited to take on this project. You can find more on Matthew...
  14. Blogs
    Season 1, Episode 1: Skinny Roy Underhill has a glut of mauls. I love The Woodwright's Shop. There, I said it. I have watched every episode more times than anyone has every watched anything… ever. So I decided to make a guide to the series, episode by episode, with my heavily biased wise cracks...
  15. Blogs
    FIRST EPISODE OF THE NEW HAND TOOL SHOW! Marking Knife Madness! Stumpy takes you back to a time of simple woodworking pleasures! This time he shows you how to make your own marking knife and how to use it for a lot more than marking! Then he demonstrates how to use a traditional mortising...
  16. Blogs
    Stumpy's giving away a Tormek! (And some woodworking news) It's a new year and we're launching a new podcast. It's called "Behind the Sawdust" and it's a weekly news style broadcast all about what's going on in the woodworking world. With stories gleaned from the best and brightest in the...
  17. Blogs
    Scroll Saw Basics: More than you ever wanted to know about this sweet-sweet machine! Mustache Mike takes over the Stumpy Nubs Workshop for his very first podcast! This time he's talking scroll saws, and he's starting with the basics of the basics. A great episode for those thinking of getting...
  18. Blogs
    Using the Shopsmith 5-Piece Safety Kit (Push Stick, Fence Straddler, Featherboard, Push Blocks) I've written a fair amount about the Shopsmith Safety Kit on my Blogger blog, but while I'm at it I figure that this blog deserves a little attention too. I recently posted a video on my...
  19. Blogs
    [Mobile Band Saw Base] The Frame Well, I'm still on quasi-bed rest from the doc. No lifting, no twisting, and no woodworking. But….that doesn't mean I can't lay here on my back and update the blog on my phone! I have been storing pictures and progress for a month now since my back started to...
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