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  1. General Woodworking Discussion
    I want to make a 3/8 inch box joint jig for the table saw. I got out the Freud SD208S dado stack, and set it up for a 3/8 inch dado. According to the chart that came with the dado stack, the setup requires two blades and one chipper. Simple, huh? I made two test cuts in a 3/4 x 3/4 inch piece...
  2. General Woodworking Discussion
    Build project box joint jig that is adjustable and easy to build. It really makes quick work of beautiful joinery and is idiot proof to make. I really can’t wait to see what you create! Make precise, tight-fitting box joints with your router this is really help me for working and I am very...
  3. General Woodworking Discussion
    Build my pocket hole station. I clean up my workshop and have many scrap HMR wood, i have idea use that for make some project. Almost all this jig make from scrap HMR wood. I give some little storage for easy organize. Easy for detach and storage, no need big space coz i use neodymium magnet on...
  4. General Woodworking Discussion
    I try make adjustable jig for table saw, can use for any jig combine with T slot. i build from HMR coz this material super flat, solid and very durable (waterprof). This jig can combine with many jig, now i make spline jig, not only that can use for feather board for safety cut without kickback...
  5. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    I was not satisfied with the different handles I have on my bee hive boxes. But I found one that was quick to make and made a few minor changes to suit my purposes. I'm pretty happy with it and I'll be using it for all of my boxes in the future and will change the handles on existing hives as...
  6. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    Okay, I admit it. I am a woodworking novice. I just bought a bunch of used hand tools and other miscellaneous items from a lifetime hobby woodworker who retired. He is in his mid-90s, and is not available to help. Included in the stack of stuff were these two identical homemade jigs. The...
  7. Power Tools & Machinery
    My DeWalt DW733 planer blades needed to be changed, but 2 of the 3 blade gage guides are cracked and the magnets fall out, and the third is cracked and almost losing the magnet. I can't get a good straight alignment. Is there a "technique" for aligning the blades manually?
  8. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hi there! I'm a newbie, fair warning, be gentle :icon_smile: Here's what I'm trying to accomplish; I have a 1 inch dowel that I would like for the end to be a semi-circle. So imagine the dowel, looking at it from a birds eye view, straight down, and the end is not flat, but a perfect...
  9. Joinery
    So I'm new to making mortise and tenon joints and recently attempted my first one. I'm doing these for breadboard ends on table tops with 1 1/2" thick doug fir. I used my fixed base router with a 3/4" x 1/2" deep straight cut bit for the tenon and a 1/2" x 2 1/2" straight cut bit for the...
  10. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    Hello, I will be replacing some crown molding soon (ceiling & baseboards). Has anyone used any molding jigs to ensure tight fitting and accurate molding cuts? Appreciate any recommendations Thanks in advance
  11. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    I messed up.... Pretty big.... I bought four sheets of 3/4 oak ply to make my cabinet boxes out of.... Well I got in a hurry. I drew out all my pieces and cut them oversize with a circular saw free handed for easier handling .... Ouch. Well I ran them all threw my TS to final dimension and did...
  12. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    Any one got any ideas on how to get my drill press to do accurate line boring? The only thing i can think of is to install some kind of stop on a hinge that i can flip into the previous hole, drill, slide, drill... I've got 36 panels to do! Wondering if someone has figured out a better way.
  13. Design & Plans
    I'm putting together a custom rack that will hold various accessories for light workout. I've just about got it figured out, but I'm stumped on one thing. Two pictures below are of the main supports for the rack. At least one will run directly up a stud for max support. The small piece of...
  14. General Woodworking Discussion
    I have recently come across a thread talking about a GRR-Ripper Jig for table saws and Router Table that looks truly awesome BUT I am unable to find a single site that sells it in the UK. Can anyone help please? http://www.microjig.com/products/grr-ripper/index.shtml
  15. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    this is a great alternative to buying a spindle sander (to an extent). it is a cheap way most importantly. it is made from a delta drill press, a delta sanding drum, some scrap wood, and and a 4" to 2.5" adapter for a dust collector(which could be substituted for a shop vac hose and a shop vac...
  16. Trim Carpentry & Built-Ins
    Am trying to come up with a way to make a pattern of the horizontal wall logs of my house, as they meet the drywall of the inside walls, so I can cut molding to coutour and block out light and noise from the next room. Have 9' ceilings, so pattern can be made in 2/3 sections, but can't think...
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