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Sandpaper Cheat Sheet - Delyla Design Blog
Sand Paper Cheat Sheet! Do you ever wonder…… Which grit of sandpaper should I use for distressing or stripping? Use this handy sandpaper cheat sheet to help you decide. I keep each of these grits on hand so I will have it when needed. I use sanding blocks, detail sanders, and electric sanders depending on […]
How To Make The Best Push Stick Ever!
Lets talk push sticks! Let me start by saying I named this video/project based off the original Jay Bates video that I watched back in 2014 when I was looking for a push stick design for resawing. The first time I resawed was on a table saw and I made this push stick specifically for […]
Set Up And Use A Dovetail Jig
Dovetail jigs significantly shorten the learning curve for cutting great quality dovetails but, like any tool, a dovetail jig has to be set up and used correctly in order for you to get your best work out of it. This class provides you with everything you need to know to cut excellent through, half blind, and rabbeted dovetails on your jig.
A story board for your table saw. Set your fence for the appropriate cut, then run this jig through it for a couple of inches. Makes setting it up again quick, simple, and repeatable. Dont forget to label each cut.
A story board for your table saw. Set your fence for the appropriate cut, then run this jig through it for a couple of inches. Makes setting it up again quick, simple, and repeatable. Dont forget t…
Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Wall-Mounted Clamp Rack
Pipe clamps and bar clamps can be a real pain to store in a shop. They're heavy, unwieldy, and space-hungry, especially if hung single file on a wall. Of all the clamp racks I've encountered over the past few decades, this one brightly outshines the rest, allowing you to stack clamps a half dozen or so deep, saving serious wall space. The rack is both strong and simple to make, consisting of gusset-shaped brackets glued and screwed to a backboard that's either mounted on French cleats, as…
AW Extra 5/23/13 - Kitchen Stool | Popular Woodworking Magazine
Kitchen Stool Make round legs without using a lathe. By Seth Keller Few stools are as clean and elegant as this one. I built it with splayed legs to provide a stable footing. The multi-level rungs offer a variety of foot perches to satisfy just about anybody, no matter how short or tall they are. I topped it off with a gently scooped seat that’s comfortable enough to permit lingering …