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under the dome

under the dome

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not really a 'fine' woodworking project, but a challenging and complex project nonetheless

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Honduran Rosewood Knife Display Box

Honduran Rosewood Knife Display Box

I collect knives and needed another display case, mainly for some Chris Reeve knives with Honduran Rosewood inlays. So, I chose honduran rosewood and built a small display box. All solid HR with...

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AWFS: Bench Dog shelf-pin jig is an unbeatable value

AWFS: Bench Dog shelf-pin jig is an unbeatable value

If you only occasionally need a shelf-pin drilling jig, but are serious about your furniture, you can not beat Bench Dog's $20 system.

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jigs, how to cut them saftly

jigs, how to cut them saftly

This is a simple jig that can be used to cut dowels saftly. This jig will also prevent the dowel cap from flying off the bandsaw table. These caps are used to cover the screws when using the glue...

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Tablesaw Jig

Tablesaw Jig

I wanted a jig to cut corner splines on flag boxes. I looked at others and came up with this version. The Side closest to the fence is taller that most for more support. and with the "over the fence"...

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Simple Jig for Hinges

Simple Jig for Hinges

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Wow, my life just got a lot easier. I spent a few minutes this morning knocking together a simple hinge mortise jig. I gave it a test drive and the result is a perfect fitting hinge.

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Workbench Medly

Workbench Medly

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My original workbench was a solid core door on top a 2X4 frame that was anchored into the floor of my shop. It served me well for 12 years but was showing its' age with many scars. I always wanted...

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Work bench side clamps

Work bench side clamps

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Here's some side clamps that I whipped up from scrap steel. I made two versions, two that screw to the bench, the other has it's own clamp, so it's portable. Just a few photos here, but the full...

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Ultimate Spline Jig

Ultimate Spline Jig

I had a requirement to do some precision work with splines.... and the old stand by jig that rode the fence...well, just didn't cut it for me. Too much of the box hanging out in the air. So, I came...

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RADIUS HAND SANDER

RADIUS HAND SANDER

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This is a improved version of my hand sander.I wanted to improve this sander and came up with this design .The first thing I wanted was a handle to make it more comfortable to use .The second thing...

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Plane for edgebreaking(2)

Plane for edgebreaking(2)

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This is a simple jig for edgebreaking after instead of before a workpiece is made.Particularly after fixing together tenon and mortise,because with this jig you can reach till the edges.The blade of...

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plane for edgebreaking

plane for edgebreaking

This is a simple jig for edgebreaking after instead of before a workpiece is made.Particularly after fixing together tenon and mortise,because with this jig you can reach till the edges. The blade of...

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Hinge mortising jig

Hinge mortising jig

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A real time saver, easy to make and use. The jig as pictured handles work pieces up to 3" wide, and makes accurate mortises up to 4" long with a palm router and 3/8" bit. The dimensions can be...

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Easy jig for routing through dovetail pins

Easy jig for routing through dovetail pins

One of the things I like about being an editor at Fine Woodworking is that every article I edit is like a one-on-one woodworking class. When it comes to articles that demonstrate a technique, I...

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Chico Workshop

Chico Workshop

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Our approach is based on direct experience – a way of life and development inside to the outside. Our work incorporates an explorative design methodology with sustainable programming and practices...

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Upgrade your clamps, the simple way

Upgrade your clamps, the simple way

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  Often, when you need to clamp two pieces of wood, you need to put the clamps next to a surface, where you cannot easily turn the handle and put the pressure on the clamp. I made a small...

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Offermans slab flattening jig

Offerman's slab flattening jig

Here are some pictures of my attempt at the Offerman designed flattening jig. Many thanks to Mr. Offerman, as this beats the heck out of a hand planer and belt sander.

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Bernoulli Spiral Cam Clamps

Bernoulli Spiral Cam Clamps

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Bernoulli Spiral Cam Clamps.  Will transform how you use your workbench. Video of them in action here. Plans available with the template.

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Lazy Stephen Tool Turntable

"Lazy Stephen" Tool Turntable

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I call this the "Lazy Stephen". It's a modified version of a turntable plan I came across. I don't think I have followed ANY plan to the exact "jot or tittle". I tend to find ways to wrest the...

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Champfer / Bevel Adjustable Planer Jig

Champfer / Bevel Adjustable Planer Jig

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I needed away to put a slight bevel on a wide board to taper from 3/4" thickness to 1/4" or anywhere between.  I came up with this solution for about $30.  I wanted to be able to adjust the...

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