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  1. Planktop Workbench

    A coworker asked I help him build a workbench for his garage. I, of course, jumped at the opportunity to get more time in the shop. It's especially fun when it's somebody else's project and materials and they are learning alongside you. The workbench is very simplistic and from a plan in...
  2. Chery Office Work Stations

    This is the matching office work station area, to earlier posted Cherry Office Desk. It was built after the desk to make office more productive. It was made to fit the room but arrange in any other configuration in the future. I'm Trying to clean up the area under corner decks with matching...
  3. Rifle Work Stand /Cleaning Station

    Made of MDF. Does that count as wood? Quite heavy. A prototype. Made from scraps about the shop. Saw some of these at store and online for $50 and up. My costs, maybe $10. Lined holders with old leather belt. Will make next one of plyw.
  4. Reclaimed Yellowpine Workbench

    I just finished building this yellow pine workbench tonight. The wood was cut out of our living room's ceiling when the ceiling was vaulted last spring. I'm glad I was able to save this beautiful yellow pine wood. I plan to put a 10" quick release vise on it in the next couple of weeks.
  5. Table Saw Accessory Table

    Update. I keep tweaking and remaking things. Made of scraps (again). Scraps don't survive long in my shop. I make jigs and such. Handy table to hang clamps, tools, measuring tools. Low enough to slide under wing of my table saw. On wheels, they're just too small to see. Put a 1/4" high...
  6. Custom Threshold Transition Ramp

    I made this variable-pitch transition ramp from douglas fir framing lumber and 1/2" baltic birch plywood. The floor sags in both directions from 7/8" at it's highest point, down to 2 1/8" at its lowest point. I made a series of triangles of different sizes to match the shape of the floor. See...
  7. Hat Making How To Make Video Rotary Work Ironing Center Table Custom Spinning Millinery Felt Straw

    Project Story: This is a woodworking project that was requested by an ongoing customer of my Hat Making Tools, named Tom Gomez. Tom is an amazing and creative person, who has overcome life-threatening health issues to become an entrepreneur pursuing his passion for design, style, and hat...
  8. Shop Dust Extractor/Air Filter

    As we all know woodworking involves a lot of sanding, and that makes a lot of dust in the air. So yesterday I found an old extractor, it was from my growroom but still works. I made a box with joinery, painted the fan black and as usual gave it a mahogany finish, I think it makes a nice...
  9. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    My living situation is changing drastically and unfortunately my garage is most likely not an option and cannot afford housing/apt around me WITH a garage XD. I finally situated all that crap, but as stated, no more shop. Does anyone know of any solution to this?
  10. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    A good starting point is a brief overview of my experience as a bench mark to use as a gauge . I have been self employed in the woodworking trade for over twenty years working on and off for other contractors now and again. I don't do lots of large jobs but rather a wide variety of small...
  11. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi, Curious to know how to make an inlay about 3/16" deep and 4-1/16" in diameter. Thanks
  12. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Powermatic offers an option on their PM2000 table saw which replaces the standard table board with a beech work bench, complete with vise and bench dog holes. The Powermatic saw can be seen at "http://www.powermatic.com/Products.aspx?nav=ByPart&ClassID=332232&Part=1792016K" Given the lack of...
  13. Marketplace Classifieds
    At the end of June, Sawtooth Ideas, who had been selling my plans online for me, closed up shop. Since then, I have been working to get my own shopping cart set up. I finally got it all live over the weekend, and my PDF plans are once again available for instant purchase and download! I have...
  14. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hello there, I have been designing chairs for quite some time and now I ve finally managed to get some attention and have been asked to exhibit at an international fair. I am looking for someone to produce my first prototypes in wood. What is the best way to find someone who can produce it...
  15. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Every now and then it seems we run into some conflicts with members who are at odds for one reason or another. Some members are die hard craftsman who only want to see WOOD used in each post, others ask questions, share experiences and give out priceless information. Of course there are also the...
  16. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I posted this in response to a post regarding a Harbor Freight Framing Nailer by a fellow Lumberjock. Wanted to share it… I am a contractor and I have the same nailer, have used it almost daily for two years. It's a work horse and it still gets the job done. Bought it when I was just...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    He is using a filister plane.
  18. Woodworking Skill Share
    Here I am more recently, you know, on the case, as they say. But in all seriousness this is the initial process of rough wasting that I do prior to the fine surfacing, which is done with the broadaxe, with the bandhacke, or another of those good working axes out of Austria.
  19. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Or red and white? As I made my first pieces and got more and more into the design, my work evolved from being very spontaneous, to the point of not knowing how the piece would come together, to a more planned approach as to the joinery the milling, wood grain orientation, shapes, ratios etc...
  20. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I have recently developed great interest in wood working and would like to start my 1st project - which would be a workbench. I've been trying to find plans for a novice wood worker and also I need a strong and sturdy workbench. Any plans/suggestions are definitely welcome. Your immediate...
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