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  1. Ultra Easy Wrench Rack

    No measuring required. I set my kerfmaker so that each slot is 1/16 larger than it's corresponding wrench shaft. The spaces between the slots were set by using the closed end of each wrench. From the side, you can see the V-dado going across the top. Initially, the "V" angle was shallow but...
  2. Scroll Saw Wrench ?

    Here is something I made my sweet lady the first week she had her scroll saw… She needed a way to get a better grip on the blade retaining thumbscrew. I made this "Scroll Saw Wrench", and gave it some length so she can easily deal with the one below the table too… I made a place in the handle...
  3. Ridgid OSS Wrench

    Well I finally got fed up and frustrated enough from my Ridgid Oscillating Spindle Sander that I did something about it. The nut that I put on hand tight, which is used to hold down the sanding attachment is always so tight to remove without using a pair of pliers. This only occurs when using...
  4. My first Real Box

    What a journey this was. About 2 months ago I was approached by a friends sister about making a box for her sons birthday. I initially tried to say no as I hadn't made a real box before, and some of the things she was asking for were not skills I possess, such as relief carving and that sort of...
  5. Wrench plaque

    Wrench plaque I made for a buddie who was getting out. He was a MALS guy in the Marine Corps, so he used a wrench everyday. Thought it would be fitting. We're also ordnance Marines so I had to throw some rounds on there as well.
  6. French wrench restoration

    A few month ago i found this very old "French Wrench" ( i love this word ). Now it was time to restore it. The handle was cracked, so i made a new one out of cherry. I sanded and polished the metal to a nice shine and grinded the inside of the clawes that it closes corectly, because it had a lot...
  7. Large Wrench Plaque

    Second one of these I've done. Not a difficult task but yet still unique. This one is out of mahogany and it about 3 foot long. I made key holes to hang from so it would sit flush against the wall.
  8. Wooden Tools

    This is a set of toy tools that we (my wife and I) made for our nephew's birthday. It was so exciting to give this sort of gift. There's so much of you that goes into these things, and the whole time you are working it gives you a motivation and you just think of the little guy. I do think...
  9. Hat Making Tool: Restored Maillard Allie Formillon, with a new Plot Base Board, and Thumb-Nut Wrench

    This is a hat making tool, used to transfer the head shape measured with a Conformer or a Conformateur , to the actual sweat band of a hat. This allows any bumps, or dents in a person's skull to be translated to the shape of the hat. ------------------------- Purchasing Formillon (Formillion)...
  10. General Purpose Utility Box

    Over the years, wrench sets and screw driver sets tend to break apart and pile up in the bottom of my toolbox. The original plastic packaging does not seem to last very long before breaking apart so I decided to come up with my own solution to the problem. What I needed was a general purpose...
  11. Torque Wrench Box

    Finally have my own torque wrench now and I decided to make a box for it. I had the idea for the box as I was walking back from the mailbox with the USPS Priority mailing tube the wrench was in. I thought the wrench would need some type of a box to keep it in great condition and keep other tools...
  12. Oak Wrench Sign

    I made this sign as a Christmas present for my uncle. This was actually made as a joke because my uncle is a mechanic and had to cut the end off of one of his wrenches when he was working on my car. So I made this sign with his name on a wrench that the end was cut off and I also replaced his...
  13. CNC Woodworking
    I picked up a used CNC last week, and today I tried to change the bit in the spindle and discovered the crescent shape wrench that loosens the collet on the spindle doesn't seem to fit. In order to buy a new wrench I need to know the size. Do I simply measure the diameter of the collet? Do the...
  14. Hand Tools
    I'm looking for something that gives me all/nearly all sizes from 4-8 to 32-36mm, plus comparable SAE sizes.
  15. Blogs
    Finally a Space of My Own We finally got our basement a bit more organized and painted, thus giving me a space that I can actually call a workshop. The two photos below show the area I'm working in. The oil tank is a feature because I can put drawings or notes on it with magnets. They don't...
  16. Blogs
    Oscillating Sander Wrench I made a hardwood wrench to fit the fastener that is difficult to remove on my Ridgid EB4424 sander. This is a quick and simple solution for an annoying problem. Please click here to watch my video. Thank you. Paul Pomerleau
  17. Blogs
    3D Printing in the Workshop While this topic doesn't strictly fit into the guidelines of timber product, it does incorporate the processing of said prerequisite, however, to err on the side of veto wizards I decided to blog instead of projecting it. We need to set the mood! Once...
  18. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I got this in an email, liked it, and thought Y'ALL would too… Note: Click & Drag works when you need it… This is the Screensaver Enjoy!
  19. Woodturning
    I'm a newbie here hoping to get some advice on tooling for a unique wood-turning application from the many gurus I see posting here. We're looking to transition into higher volume production on an oak barrel head product we make from scratch as a carved sign, wall clock, serving tray, lazy...
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