I find it very inconvenient to try to carve from a canvas chisel roll, because I can not see the shapes of the tools. Also, the rolls take up an immense amount of real estate when spread out on the workbench, and the sharp gouges quickly cut them to shreds. I finally did something about it. I built this portable, modular carving tool till.
This is a fairly simple benchtop router table, more or less modeled after the one on The Router Workshop. The information at this link is very limited. Basic info to give you ideas with adaptations given by the web site author.
Materials list and Cutting Guide only for this room divider. From Workbench Magazine Issue 287 Volume 61 Number 1 January/February 2005.
A friend said his Hitachi M12V did not have a large enough throat to accommodate the larger horizontal panel raising bits. It is a simple process to cut the offending template bushing ears off. But what if you wanted to use a template bushing after removing these ears? I decided to put my explanation in picture form. I hope that it helps others who may have the same issues.
Text and photos by Tom Hintz – My wife, Beth, is an avid gardener who does not allow trivial things like winter impinge on her passion for growing things. Recently she showed me a few indoor grow light stand designs, all based on 2×2 or 2×4 frames, designed for circle saw, hammer and nail construction.
Using a tablesaw splitter is a good idea any time you need to rip a board on the table saw.
A nice and simple touring canoe that will build quickly for a minimal cost.
Pegged half-lap joints are the cabinetmakers way to build a beautiful photo frame.
This little gem is from a 1950 edition of Boat Builders Annual. Also a note from Tom Dacon who had one as a boy. Build this sailing inner tube boat.
These instructions are part of a full downloadable plan-set that can be purchased. This excerpt is to give an insight into what is involved in the making of the Kids Play Cottage before purchasing the full plan-set