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  1. LCDT - A new inspired shape

    Been a while since I posted, but I wanted to show off a few of the latest round of LCDT's (Legless Cheese Death Tables). Old joke by now, but still worth mentioning. Nyuk nyuk. So, I wanted to try something different with the overall shape and handle configuration. For the opposing sloped...
  2. First project post! Thin strip rip guide.

    Good evening to all of LJ! Since this is my first project post, I thought I better post something I made after seeing it on here and being inspired. I studied all the ones on here I could find and then went to the shop and scrounged around for what materials I had. I wanted to make it look nice...
  3. Thin Strip Ripping Jig

    I've got some plywood shelving projects planned, and will need to rip some thin strips to edge-band everything. This simple jig should come in very handy. I built it based on an online plan from Woodsmith Magazine. It only took about an hour to complete. The jig consists of a runner that fits...
  4. THIN RIP JIG (Not woodpecker but it’s under $20)

    I've had a rip jig for a while now but that one was at its life cycle so I was looking around to see what was available. I stumbled on woodpecker thin rip jig and as anybody who has looked at their product would know, they are very expensive ($150 for their jig). Reusing some parts from the...
  5. Shop Made thin strip ripping jig, DRO version

    Inspired by the ShopNotes thin strip jig I made this, with a modification. a DRO. Every woodworker knows that ripping thin strips on the right side of the blade (between blade and fence) is no good. Not sure about how dangerous it actually is, I try to avoid it. But when ripping multiple strips...
  6. Thin strip jig

    Thin strip jig. THIS VERSION IS NOW REPLACED WITH THIS ONE: https://www.lumberjocks.com/projects/409226 . I was tired of the hazard from back kick, and since I have been using a lot of thin strips lately, and will continue for a while, untill I finish my plane cabinets, I decided to make a...
  7. Thin Strip Ripping Jig

    I have a project that calls for making 3/4" x 3/4" edging and I've been wanting to make one of these jigs for the longest time so I figured this would be the perfect opportunity to finally make it. I actually bought the bearing about six months ago on eBay for something like $4 from China...
  8. Thin strip table saw jig

    Hi, after looking at almost all the nice jig projects in here I came up with my adapted version of a thin strip table saw jig, I had all the parts already, just waiting to be converted into something useful. Thanks for all the inspiration :)
  9. Thin Strip Ripping Jig

    So I am going to build a project for my mom. I will be needing to cover some plywood edges, so I need a jig to safely rip some thin strips. I searched LJ and saw several different takes. I chose this one. I downloaded the plan from WoodSmith and got to work. The plan was slightly modified to...
  10. Mesh armoire – AllWoodJoinery

    I've been tossing around this mesh idea since my bed build It was an accident. Really. I just oversized the rough width of the bed slats too much and I ended up sawing off 1/16" of them. I liked these thin strips so much that I played with'em. Mostly bending and weaving. And I even brought it...
  11. Thin strip jig

    This is a fantastic thin strip jig! As you can see, the jig is at 'zero' when the bearing touches the blade. To cut a strip, place the jig in the miter slot in front of the blade, loosen the T-knob, set the thickness and then re-tighten the T-knob. All you have to do is to move the stock to...
  12. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Mads showed us some Danish houses inside and out that were really interesting and I thought that I would post a few huts (only from the outside) that we have in the high country around Canberra ACT Australia. They are located in the snow country and sometimes the weather can catch you out. So...
  13. Jigs & Fixtures
    Hey everyone, I just wanted to share my version of the thin strip jig that I used (am using) for a cutting board project. The project was inspired by the various standard jigs out there, but I adjusted the dimensions to fit my needs (and printer limitations). Everything is 3d printed down to the...
  14. Blogs
    Cutting Thin Strips on the Table Saw - My Method Disclaimer: Using a table saw in this manner is inherently dangerous. No one should attempt these cuts without proper jigs and the experience to use them. There's been some discussion lately regarding cutting thin strips on the table saw...
  15. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am getting a 12" Parks Planer to refurb and use. The motor was a heavy, cast iron body General Electric 2HP, 1740 rpm, 120V single phase motor that gave up the ghost. Motor shop said they can't get parts to repair the motor (internal wiring issues, but not just a rewind job), so I'm trying...
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