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  1. Obligatory cutting board #1

    My first project. Nobody will be impressed with the complexity of my design or workmanship, but I did learn a few things while making this. It was a lesson in working wood for the pleasure of it. I had starte a much more complicated project involving many small pieces and requiring a lot of...
  2. My First Clock

    I've finally completed this craftsman style clock. I don't know how long it took me, but I'm glad it's done. Had a couple months away from the shop during this project after my son was born. (His 3 older sisters absolutely love him!!) First off, huge thanks goes out to LJ. This site is simply...
  3. Boxing a Drill Guide without gloves.

    Boys and Girls, A while back, I wrote a blog about "Lazarusing" my vertical drilling prowess away from the drill press, however, when I saw the promotional videos for the Woodpeckers Drill Guide, I was impressed enough to part with my shekels and relegate my Triton drill along with it's...
  4. Miter Clamps

    Hello everyone. I'm a novice woodworker and LumberJocks lurker (until now). I work out of a super-small shop-I have about 40 sq ft of storage, and my working space is a single car garage after moving the car out. Portability and organization are huge deals for me, and I'm slowly learning how to...
  5. My "Norm Router Table" Build (Part 1)

    Initially, I planned to build the "Norm's Ultimate Router Table" from Dan Phalen's plans. I decided to modify the plans slightly by adding an extra drawer below the router lift/motor, and making a single side-drawer with removable shelves for router bit storage, etc. I covered the top surface...
  6. Parker and Landon's Box of Blocks

    "I can't throw them away." Just a stack of wood cutoffs, taking up space in the workshop. It is hard for me to give them up. They would burn nicely in the fire place (won't do it). Perhaps the garbage? No way, I won't even think of my wood nuzzling next to potato peels. And then, I see...
  7. Andromeda Puzzle - free plan source cited

    First things first. . . This isn't an original creation of my own (in fact, it's not the first one of the design posted to Lumberjocks either). The source for the free plan is found here: http://www.craftsmanspace.com/free-projects/andromeda-puzzle-plan.html I'll add that there is a LOT of...
  8. Router Table

    My Incra (woodpeckers) router table top kept sagging over time because of the weight of my router and lift (PRL) Its an awesome table, but this sagging has been bugging me for some time, I want it to remain truly flat, so I have come up with a solution… use a torsion box and a router cabinet for...
  9. My "Norm Router Table" Build (Part 2)

    After a long hiatus away from my woodworking and tinkering around in my garage/workshop, I am finally back at it and finishing up my "Norm Router Table" project. Its so close to completion now I can almost smell the sawdust from the many projects I plan to do with the use of this table! The...
  10. Router Table

    I built this router table probably about 10 years ago, but I've been tweaking it and making it better ever since. It's not terribly beautiful, just some pine plywood for the carcass and doors/drawer. But, it sure works great for me. I have two different inserts (both from Wood Peckers, they...
  11. TriWood Round(all leftovers)

    Just showing off the sassafras
  12. Marketplace Classifieds
    25" range Incra LS Super System. Brand New never assembled. 340$ Woodpeckers Quick Lift designed for Milwaukee 5625 Router. Brand New. 200$ I can take pictures if anyone would like. I am located in Milwaukee and would prefer local pickup. If you are somewhere between Wisconsin and Ohio...
  13. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Quick Shout Out: I was given a used WoodPeckers router lift from a friend from the North Texas Woodworkers Association (http://www.ntwa.org/). It was so stiff that it was at the point of being useless. I tried to take it apart and clean it and while that improved the situation, it still was...
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I need some advice about the size of the router table compartment that houses the router itself. I am planning to enclose my Woodpeckers router table, which has metal legs, to add dust collection and storage. I have found numerous photos and plans from people who have done this with a Kreg...
  15. Marketplace Classifieds
    I have a slightly used PRL-v2 that fits: Bosch 1617,- 1618 Craftsman 17542, 17540,- 28190 Dewalt 618 Porter Cable7518 Porter Cable 690, 890 Milwaukee 5625-20 It is in great condition and has a Porter Cable 7518 mounted. Looking to get $350 for the lift. I'll throw in the Router for $250...
  16. Marketplace Classifieds
    Hi everyone, I am an American woodworking enthusiast living in Japan. In my quest to obtain new tools, I have made a few mistakes. I purchased a Triton MOF001 plunge router and Woodpeckers precision router plate without paying too much attention. When the arrived, I found that the router is a...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Anyone using this fence? It looks like the connection for the dust/chip control is at one end of the fence. I'm wondering how this has been working out for you. I'm thinking of buying the DP Pro 24 inch fence. Thanks for the advice.
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Does anyone have the Woodpeckers Rip-Flip table saw fence "system?" (I know some of you will be tempted to comment on Woodpecker's high prices, etc-but that's not what I'm asking about here, thank you!) -How much do you find it serves your needs? -Anything you thought it would help with that...
  19. Hand Tools
    check this out,what do you guys think of it ? looks pretty cool. but like most woodpeckers tools not cheap at a couple hundred bucks.
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