1. Adjustable Shelf Pin Router Jig

    Adjustable Shelf Pin Router Jig

    This is my version of the adjustable shelf pin router jig originally developed by Bas
  2. CrealBilly

    fpl_gtr190 (Wood Handbook 2010 version)

    Here is a URL to what those in the wood products industry call "the book" - basically it's 509 pages of whatever you would want to know about all different kinds of wood. Reading through "the book" I bet you'll be amazed just how much you'll learn. Downloadable PDF is here --->...
  3. SteveColes

    All done. Large sata disk drives for FREE

    I've upgraded a few of my disk drives on my home computer and NAS. I have some older ones to give away. There is: WD WDE6400 640GB. SATA 3.0 Gb/sec 7200 RPM -------Ben325e WD WD7500AACS 750GB SATA 3.0 Gb/sec 7200 RPM-----RayH Hitachi hde721010sla330 SATA 3.0Gb/sec 1TB 7200 RPM...
  4. cyclopentadiene

    Maloof inspired version of 1800's antique bench

    This is my latest completed project. A couple of years ago, my wife purchased a similar antique bench from a tag sale. The original had been repaired many times, especially in regards to the attachment of the legs to the rails. The original is connected using dowels and some screws. I decided to...
  5. erasmussen

    My version

    This is the steady I made when I got the lathe, just getting around to taking a picture. I made it big enough to take large turnings, it will handle 19 1/2" easy. And no I am not using it on that little turning, just put there for the picture, but I have used it a couple of times.
  6. CarvedTones

    Latest version of my carving stand

    I used to have the Panivise attached to a cast iron table pedstal with a small worktop on it. Over time, it didn't prove to be nearly as convenient as I hoped. I decided the conventional approach of only freely turning the carving and not the work top makes more sense. You need the big flat...
  7. froglips

    IMPORTANT: New version of Vbulletin.....

    I'm going out on a limb here. There is a new version coming out, the infamous version 4. That is not what I'm here to report, its the new license fees and the departure of a sizable number of the core team from Jelsoft. There will not be a demo version of v4 for us to test. I raise...
  8. A

    Assembly Table- I posted a video! New Version Posted

    I finally bought a small videocam and uploaded a short video of my original adjustable height assembly table. It is posted on the American Woodworker site which I believe requires Flash video viewer, a pretty standard helper function. Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, I'm not. Nor am I Steven...
  9. R

    Here's my version.

    [C This is Kyle's Claro, Hal Taylor's plans, and Touchwood's advice. RaymondP
  10. jimwill48

    My Version of Oland Tool

    Well got busy this weekend and built my version of the Oland Style Tool. Shaft is 14" - of L12 Steel .625 in dia. Handle is Maple 1 1/2" with a 1" - copper ferrul and is 12" long. Tool Bit is a 1/4" by 2 1/2" HSS Shaft is held by 2 - 10-32NF Grub Screws Was only able to use it to turn a...
  11. S

    lathe gloat - long version

    I bought a Rikon mini lathe way back at the Klingspor show in Hickory. Had to promise LOML not to use it till Christmas. Family all gave me accessories, including a pen starter kit from PSI. Just before Christmas I started building a lathe stand, hopefully similar to the one Splinger built and...
  12. Monty

    My version of the flip-top cabinet

    This cabinet is inspired by some flip-top cabinets I've seen on the web. I wanted something like Slambubba's cabinet (which comes from one of the Wood Magazine "Idea Shop" plans). The main thing I don't like about that design is that you're limited to only two big tools. Because the...

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