I have eliminated both problems of sore hands and heat build up with this simple scraper holder.
When working with small pieces at my band saw, there was not a handy place to set them aside. So I mounted a plywood shelf to the arm of the saw.
Cut the components shown from 3/4 inches material, the dimensions given are for the 9 inches wide speaker shown in the photo, the height and size of the top and base for the speaker stand can be altered to fit your speakers.
I went shopping for a roller stand but could not find one that I liked. So, I decided to make my own adjustable roller stand from a sturdy sawhorse and a purchased roller.
A set of sawhorses always comes in handy — until you put them away. They are hard to stack, and they take up valuable space. So I built a pair of sawhorses that knock down for storage.
Display and store up to six antique quilts on this stylish rack. The project began with a sketch of the idea. The final result was a red oak frame with simple lines and easy-to-construct plans.
Here is a great Scroll Saw project for those late Summer/early Fall craft fairs, wildlife napkin holders.
I created a small platform for my sander. It is just a piece of hardboard with a few scrap pieces glued to the top to create a holding area.
My random-orbit sander sees a lot of use. But I always found it annoying that I could not just set it down on the bench after turning it off. I would end up wasting time holding the sander while the pad stopped spinning. Finally, I decided to take the bull by the horns and find a solution by building this sander stand.
Build this inexpensive yet fanciful covered sandbox for your kids.