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1,175 views, 0 by lanwater


Help choosing layout

Which layout would you choose for a buffet top? Original veneer: Layout 1: Layout 2: Of course any other layout is welcome as I am experimenting with the top layout at this point and have not made up my mind. Thanks!

886 views, 0 by Kelly

L-square Stop - Depth Gauge - Table Saw Setup Tool

This tool serves several functions. It can be used as: - an edge stop for L-squares; - a wide gap depth gauge; and, - as a set up tool for table saws. This tool allows the user to, easily, lay out lines at ninety degrees...

823 views, 0 by MJCD

Resident Skills

I’ve commented, previously, that a Forum is defined by the skills and mentoring-willingness of its active members. And, there is the other side of that coin, that other members need to be asking the provocative questions to draw-out and provide a...

1,597 views, 0 by Brian


Need help with draw pegs

I have a job building a screen for a roof terrace deck. The screen covers a mechanical bulkhead with AC condensers on the roof of the bulkhead. So far I have all my layout done and the upper section is done. The wood is cedar. The lower...

545 views, 0 by Carvings by Levi

Carvings by Levi

new to site

Hi. Ive just joined on here the other day. Im a former marine and volunteer firefighter/emt. I got started carving a few years ago. Gun carving got me started and i keep expanding out of multiple interests. I now do to many different types of...

1,122 views, 0 by Kelly

Small Parts Clamp

I’ve been using miniature Jorgensen clamp to hold small parts to cut them on the band saw or sand them on the big drum. I decided to experiment and these seem to work pretty good. These can be made in any size you desire. Too, there are various...

677 views, 0 by centurian

Hight of whirligig figures

Hi My grandson wanted me to make a whirligig of two men sawing a log. I’ve got a general layout of whats needed and how to construct it, but I’m not sure how big the figures should be. Is there a standard for figures, if you make them too big...