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Greg Stewarts unorthodox Scottish shop.

Greg Stewart's unorthodox Scottish shop.

A very unorthodox setup for a shop none the less apart from hand tools its kind of workable in a h&s contravening haphazard way!A place to escape and create.   

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Honing jig

Honing jig

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  I wanted a honing guide for the blade in my new kanna (Japanese plane) but couldn't find one that would accommodate the 60mm blade, so this is what I came up with.  The bottom wheel was...

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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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D and D WoodWork

D and D WoodWork

A shop for my son and myself to do our hobby, which is woodworking. We love it.

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Robbies Woodshop

Robbie's Woodshop

I would start off by saying that this shop would be my dream work shop because I would use every tool listed on my plan to make varios projects.

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Workbench clamp for perfect dovetails

Workbench clamp for perfect dovetails

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A simple shop-made clamp makes it easy to hold work in place for chopping dovetails.

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Shopmade 12 Disk Sander

Shopmade 12" Disk Sander

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  Best,   http://atelierdubricoleur.wordpress.com My disk sander is completed and ready to use. That's a great tool. All I needed was scraps, a 1/4 HP electric motor, a pulley, an...

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ZERO CLEARENCE MITRE SAW FENCE

ZERO CLEARENCE MITRE SAW FENCE

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A MITRE SAW FENCE SYSTEM WHICH I INVENTED ,DESIGN AND BUILD TO PREVENT OFFCUTS FLYING OFF THE BACK OF THE SAW AND TO PROVIDE BETTER SUPPORT TO THE WORK PIECE DURING THE CUT THE FENCE SYSTEM IS...

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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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Drilling Holes on the Lathe

Drilling Holes on the Lathe

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making turnings longer than your lathe

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Retro Walnut Record Player Consule

Retro Walnut Record Player Consule

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This is one of my first major woodworking projects, I have been woodworking for 18 months, having no previous experience with any woodworking tools.  When I became unemployed in 2009, I enrolled...

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Chisel Plane

Chisel Plane

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Very easy to build chisel plane.  This can be used as a shoulder plane or rabbet plane (excels as a shoulder plane).  Total cost for a new shoulder plane: ZERO.  See a video of the...

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A Jig for 3D Photos

A Jig for 3D Photos

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Enter to Win a WoodSlicer Bandsaw Blade Have you ever felt that your photographs just don't capture the shape and curves of your work? Wouldn't it be nice to be able to present your work to your...

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Godzilla the Horizontal Mortiser

Godzilla the Horizontal Mortiser

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  I recently finished a horizontal mortiser that I affectionately call Godzilla because of its size.  It utilizes steel shafts and sintered bronze bushings for the X, Y axis...

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Miter Spline Jig

Miter Spline Jig

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I made this jig about 4 months ago wanting to attempt miter splines in a special keepsake box I was working on. The cradle was made rather large compared to many I seen due to possible larger...

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A Router Guide For Any Groove

A Router Guide For Any Groove

Accenting your work can make all the difference between "good" and "great." A traditional touch like flutes are aesthetically appealing, but can be difficult to pull off accurately. This post will show you how to make perfectly straight and parallel grooves, in particular, flutes.

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IWF Alert: Porter-Cable jig makes pocket screws faster and easier

IWF Alert: Porter-Cable jig makes pocket screws faster and easier

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Porter-Cable's QuikJig is a thoughtfully engineered pocket-screw jig, at a surprisingly low price. It makes the process super quick and repeatable.

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Gazebo Roof Cedar Shake Installation Jigs

Gazebo Roof Cedar Shake Installation Jigs

A few years back, I led a group of condo neighbors on a project to rebuild a gazebo on our property.  I had plenty of willing but marginally skilled workers, so I needed jigs to simplify the...

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kerfed lining jig

kerfed lining jig

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This jig is used on the bandsaw to cut evenly spaced kerfed lining for guitars and mandolins.  After dimensioning the stock into 30-60-90 triangles it is inserted into the jig and the first cut...

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Table Saw Multi-Jig

Table Saw Multi-Jig

This jig can be used to cut tenons, make raised panels and even do mitre spline cuts. All made from scrap I had in the shop.

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