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  1. Zero Clearance Circular Saw Speed Square

    This is a super simple jig that has been around since dinosaurs (the carpenter dinosaurs). I recently had the need to make one so I figured I would shoot a quick and to the point "how to" on it. I hope it may be of use to some of you out there. Three pieces of scrap plywood (preferably hardwood...
  2. Zero Clearance Circular Saw Speed Square

    This is a super simple jig that has been around since dinosaurs (the carpenter dinosaurs). I recently had the need to make one so I figured I would shoot a quick and to the point "how to" on it. I hope it may be of use to some of you out there. Three pieces of scrap plywood (preferably hardwood...
  3. Spalted Tamarind Candlestick Holders

    The first project to come off my new lathe (a Jet mini). After a few test pieces I was comfortable enough with the process to take it to a really nice piece of Spalted Tamarind I recently acquired. Very pleased with the results.
  4. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I'm making a small run of business card cases, and I want to put a spring of some type in it to keep the cards from falling out. The best thing I can come up with is a small piece of laminate that I would angle up and towards the back. Does anyone have a better or easier suggestion? Has...
  5. Woodworking Skill Share
    I found this thing at my local lowes in the seasonal section. It is used to turn on outdoor lights. Three different outlets fit in it. I put one in my shop vac and one in my 1 hp dust collector. Now I can turn them on with a touch of a button from anywhere in the garage. I realize this wont...
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  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi, I picked up a 1968 craftsman off of craigslist recently to help me finish out some work around the house. It's in decent shape for an old saw (it's identical to this one: http://vintagemachinery.org/photoindex/detail.aspx?id=13385) and I'm starting to tune it up. The bearings are good, no...
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