Just retired from a working investigator and have taken up woodworking and am now the proud owner of a lot of tools...sort of the poor man's version of Tim the Toolman. I am curious and learning the fascinating world of wood and what one can do with it. This forum got me to try a 45 degree...
Mill-Right 3-Axis Routing Milling Center
I bought this machine new for $2,600 and never used it because I got sick.
Now you can save big and get a very unique tool that will do almost everything in your woodworking shop all for only $1,600.
NEW Mill-Right 3-Axis Router Milling Center has a...
I have a lot to do with the WoodRat, so will certainly be interested in it, if it comes up as a topic, I shall be happy to add my bit and answer questions if I can, but there are many other interesting areas of woodworking to explore.
I made this video recently, and i wanted to share it with you guy's!!
Een raam maken met de Festool Domino XL DF 700 - YouTube
It's my first review ever, so please be kind!
I'm already busy with some new video's, for instance; a new layout of the workshop,
and all sort of...
I made a small turn table for my son's wooden train set and we were very proud of it until it started splitting. It's a 12" circle of 3/4" oak with the train tracks routed through their center to line up with the existing track. It splits right down the center with the track is the thinnest...
Have some decent apple wood to work with, limbs cut and ends sealed. Any advice on turning or routing with apple wood? I like making small wooden clock faces and may try a few with small support bases as well.
I like to do a bit of woodworking and am pretty happy and confident using basic tools such as drills, jigsaws, cutters etc etc but now I've locked eyes on my husbands ELU MOF177E type 4 router and have wanted to learn how to use it for ages. Unfortunately he neither uses it nor knows...
I am a 59 years old male and are living at the west coast of Norway, about 1 hour travelling with car and ferry south of Bergen. My hobbies includes woodturning, penturning and use of router. I hope to pick up some tips from this forum.
Oistein from Austevoll
Hello fellow woodworkers. I am in the sign business and have used wood for my signs in allot of different ways. I use carving, routing and sandblasting to produce images on wood blanks usually made from cedar, redwood, stone and high density foam. The sandblasting is achieved by cutting an...
Hi: I am presently using a bench mortiser and table saw for making mortise and tenon joints. I would like to build a sled style mortising jig for use on my router table. Has anyone any preferences to creating mortises? Has anyone built a jig (sled) for their router table?
Hi just watched a vid from this site on you tube liked it and followed to here, i have recently started using routers for joining counter/work tops and hinging doors and can see theres so much that can be done with them, really enjoy coming across new info and jigs.
Hi there, I am a 73 year young avid hobby woodworker and looking forward to what I can learn in this forum and where I can help others from my experience. Very keen on turning, routing, and scroll sawing