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Porter Cable Recalls 100,000 Production Routers in U.S.

Porter Cable Recalls 100,000 Production Routers in U.S.

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Recall due to electric shock hazard

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Turning for Wounded Warriors

Turning for Wounded Warriors

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Woodworkers help heal local veterans through the art of turning.

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The Hammer Family

The Hammer Family

Just had to make another one of these. Only took 50 hours to do. Lost count of the number of nails and tacks. Mahogony frame and vintage hammers. 23"x23"x3

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Build a Twin Screw Vise

Build a Twin Screw Vise

I made a Twin Screw Vise using my own threaded dowels. I am very pleased with how well it works. Can be used to hand cut dovetails and tenons. and more. Watch the build video here Get the Plans Here

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Digital Angle Gauge: What do you use yours for?

Digital Angle Gauge: What do you use yours for?

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Do you have a digital inclinometer in your shop?

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Computer Desk

Computer Desk

A friend of the family does home schooling and she needed a desk for the kids to use. With casters on the bottom, its mobile and sturdy. Made 100% from recycled pallet wood.

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2B or not 2B

2B or not 2B

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Furniture maker Tom Fidgen shares some thoughts about this all to often, overlooked tool in the wood shop. Good design starts right here.

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Shanes Backyard Workshop

Shane's Backyard Workshop

This blueprint consists of a overall close to perfect workshop. As you can see I laid out all of my machines and materials in a orderly fashion in a letter C shape. Starting at the bottom you pick...

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Half Size

Half Size

This Model hapens to be half the size of my existing shop. I currently have a 24 x 40 shop/garage, but no where near the tools that I have placed in my dreamshop on here. If I ONLY had the money...

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Simple Solution to a Potential Shop Hazard: The SafetyGate Outlet Adapter

Simple Solution to a Potential Shop Hazard: The SafetyGate Outlet Adapter

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If you’ve ever lost electricity while using a power tool, you know how startling it can be when power comes back and the tool starts up because you forgot to turn it off after the outage. Most...

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Restrained

Restrained

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This is an artwork using an old hand drill. It is incased in layers of plywood with mahogony venier on top and mahogony for the base. It is about the economy and people not having enough work or...

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Stanley/LN Totes for Veritas Bevel-Up Bench Planes

Stanley/LN Totes for Veritas Bevel-Up Bench Planes

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I really like the quality and cut of my Veritas Bevel-Up Bench planes except for the fact I can only use them for a short while before the rear tote gets annoyingly uncomfortable....so I made my own...

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Height Gauge for router and table saw

Height Gauge for router and table saw

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Wanted to make an easy to adjust and easy to read height gauge to set my table saw height and also my router bit height above table.  With the pin point accuracy of the pointer, you can split 64...

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Creeper

Creeper

Again, looking through my old hard drive, I came across these pictures of a project, done for my Father's birthday.  His old creeper (a creeper is what a mechanic uses to slide under cars and...

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Pencil Holder

Pencil Holder

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Just thought I would make a pencil holder out of a paper coffee cup. The base is Ash and the cup and base are covered in polymer resin so it will last awhile. I let the resin drip down the side to...

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Crosscut gauge

Crosscut gauge

This is very handy for cutting a number of crosscuts the same length, using the rip fence safely. The block prevents kickback.  It is utterly indispensable for cutting pieces for...

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Workshop Tongs or Blind Nailing/Screwing Jigs

Workshop Tongs or Blind Nailing/Screwing Jigs

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How many mistakes are made and how much time is spent taking mesurements to locate exactly where to drive nails or screws, or drill a hole from behind ? For a shelf, a bracket, a door pull, a...

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Blast Gate Improvement

Blast Gate Improvement

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If you use these anoying Plastic gates that do not want to close. Check this out. I cut the corner and faced it down and it clears itself out............

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No More Tipping Trim Router

No More Tipping Trim Router

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Trim routers are great tools, but the base is so narrow that they have the tendancy to tip over when milling edges. While one hand holds the router itself and steers, there is not much room to grab...

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Stick your tools in a shoe?

Stick your tools in a shoe?

Woodworkers have always been good recyclers, but this idea may have taken one step too far.

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