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  1. Tracing and Copying Tool

    When I saw the ad of this tool on Facebook I fell in love with it. With such tool you can trace or copy (replicate) any 4 sides polygon, any contour and any angle. That's handy and I had to make my own ! (think self-sufficient and DIY). One by one I made the counterbored slots at the router...
  2. New Millenium Sawhorses

    To fulfil my needs around the house, I designed and built these useful sawhorses. Made from 3/4" X 12" X 96" MDF boards (could be plywood) that I had on hand, I designed them to be strong yet simple. Since my workshop is in the basement, they had to be efficient and storable. The measurements...
  3. Scroll Stand

    The idea for this came to me while my then fiance and I were discussing guestbook ideas for our wedding. Once it was in my head, it wouldn't let go till I had worked out how to make it work. I quickly realized this piece would go beyond merely something to hold paper for people to sign at our...
  4. My Tilting Router Jig + Straight Bit = Raised Panels & More

    I'd like to share my tilting router jig which allows to mill unique edge profiles using simple standard router bits. I believe the only limit is the user's imagination ! The tilting base pivots inwards on a piano hinge to mill edge profiles and outwards to mill inboard edge profiles (two...
  5. Woodworking Skill Share
    The thinnest part of my knowledge-base is finishes (pun intended). Please take a minute and explain what is your favorite finish and why. I am very curious to the 'why' part; is it simple preference, look and feel, or the exotic name on the piece. (For example: why use shellac instead of...
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