Thursday, January 30, 2014

Storage for the Workstation


Progress is as progress does.  I've come far with this project, evan learning a few things along the way.  A new top, rip fence, out feed support and bench vise.
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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Moxen Style Twin Screw Vise


I don't need a bench vise I said. I never use a bench vise I said. How many times have you said you didn't need something, only to wonder where it is after you got rid of it?
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Thursday, January 16, 2014

DIY Table Saw Workstation Part 3 - Out Feed Support.


Out feed support is something that I have been wanting for some time now.  It allows you to concentrate on other things in regards to the cut.  You know that saying about best laid plans?  Well, that is exactly what this project turned out to be. 
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Friday, January 10, 2014

DIY Table Saw Workstation Part 2 - Rip Fence


Arguably the most important accessory to a table saw is the rip fence.
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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Diy Simple Push Block - Saving fingers for over 100 Years!!!


Their are dozens, probably more, variations of this versatile handy dandy piece of wood known as the push block.  It can leap tall buildings in a single bound...OK...maybe it can't leap tall buildings in a single bound.  However, it sure can push stuff.
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Monday, January 6, 2014

Diy Table Saw Workstation Part 1 - A New Beginning


I thought my first diy project for this blog would be fitting if I returned to one of my first major projects I ever built.  The table saw workstation.  I mentioned it in the opening post "A whole new diy world" .
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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

A whole new DIY world!!!




A little over eleven years ago my wife and I became first time homeowners.  We were excited as anyone would be. 
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