DIY Table Saw Fence #1: Table Saw Fence two 72” rails that are 1 1/2” square, one 36” fence that is 3” square, two linear bearings (slides for the rails), and one L-handle brake. I also ordered the small hardware needed to both connect the rails to the tablesaw and connect the linear bearings to the fence.
Router Jig for making round boxes. Slick idea unless you have a large router.
For those occasions when you need a stable way to hold a board on its edge, turn to a tool that’s as old as woodworking itself—the wedge. I fashioned the wedge stands shown at right from scraps of 2x6 and a 3/8x6" bolt and nut. To make the stand, cut a 7"-long chunk from the 2x6 and drill a 1/2" hole centere d 2 1/4" from the edge and 1 3/4" up from the bottom. This hole reduces the likelihood of the stand splitting once the wedge is cut out. Mark the cutlines for the wedge as shown in the…
Industrial House Numbers http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/yq7d Is it time to replace your house number sign? This project is very simple and easy yet brilliant. It is creative and also a more secure sign that can survive a typhoon. (My old house number was destroyed by a strong one two years ago.) Think this will look good on your facade?
Pregnant... with power tools: Cool Tools: Jigsaw
Home-Dzine - Decorating a home in modern rustic style LOVE this chair!