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Wood Shop Furniture #1: Planer Table/Cabinet

I’ve been WW-ing almost 4- years and my first project was building infeed/outfeed ramps for my lunchbox planer. I built it on a 1/2 sheet of 3/4 ply, on the ground. It works great, however it has gotten really old having to get down on these...

Greek Key Design Table Back

This is no original design by any means, but it is done with all my own measurements. The designer gave me a rough drawing and I redrew it in SU to scale.(The designer did give me the Length and Height, I laid out the key) Sketchup Pic: I...

Part 3 of table repair is on YouTube

EXTRA, EXTRA, WATCH ALL ABOUT IT! Just uploaded Part 3 of the Table repair/ refinishing. if you haven’t seen part one or 2 hurry up to my channel and get started. Please Subscribe, Like and Share. Thank You!

(Not So) Hidden Gems #2: Mobile / Tablet Friendly

Mobile web use is growing rapidly as the times are changing and responsive web design that adapts to mobile and tablet smaller screens is becoming a core feature of every modern website. WoodworkingWeb has been designed with this in mind....

Simple Jigs and Techniques #3: Table Saw Sled Mod for ShopSmith

I just posted my new table saw sled, inspired by kiefer’s versatile version. There is a problem, however, with using such a sled on a ShopSmith and that is simply that because on a SS the table tilts, the line on which the saw blade intersects...

table saw rewire

Busy busy weekend in the shop. Several different projects going on at the same time. Just the right time for some wires to burn. My saw is a hand me down from my buddy. One of the first projects with the saw was to wire an outlet to the saw...

large torsion worktable #3: Table saw is in!

Am finally the table saw is in. I didn’t know that the bracket the hold the motor off the back hangs down about 3/8" to far so the table isn’t flush with the other tops so I’ll have to cut a spacer so that not a problem. But coming along well. ...

Jointer sled for table saw

I’m sure this is nothing new for most but I figured I’d share for that one guy that might not know about it. I have neither money nor room for a real jointer but sometimes you need a straight board so whatcha gonna do? Build a jointer sled. The...

Cutting Metal On Your Table Saw

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Project #7: Fly Through Bird Tables

A friend has recently commissioned me to make up two new bird tables to replace her originals that are now suffering from rot. This is not something I would normally take on as I am far more confident with my carvings compared to general...