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  1. Table-mounted Routing
    I’m building a easel and the center section is a channel and tenon assembly to allow the center board to slide up and down within the channel on each side. Routing the center channel in the center piece if straight forward on my router table. But the side boards on the easel where the tenons...
  2. New Member Introductions
    I am William and I don't know what I've done just yet but having done a lot of reading about routers took the plunge (excuse the pun!) yesterday and bought a Freud FT1700 which included a table. Now the challenge is to assemble it and get on line to listen to all on this forum to learn how to...
  3. Woodworking Classifieds
    Leigh FMT Jig All milled aluminium construction. This is an exceptionally heavy duty jig that is used to route both the male and female portions of a mortise and tenon joint. Your plunge router is attached to a sub-base and the supplied templates are used to guide the router while you cut...
  4. Project Plans and How To
    I am building an outdoor storage unit,( it will serve several purposes, storage, food bank collection center and information center), it will be outdoors in the marine environment. It will be constructed of Doug fir 2x6 and 1/2 in. and 3/4in acx plywood. I was originally planning on using...
  5. New Member Introductions
    For hundreds of years, knitters used "knitting sheaths" to make knitting easier. They fell out of favor in Victorian times, but they do work. Wood is one of the best materials for making knitting sheaths, and I make them. While as simple as knitting, they turnout to have endless little...
  6. Tools and Woodworking
    Hi Guys. My latest project is a queen sized bed for my wife. The bed is inspired by the Stickley Bed pictured below. There’s three videos in the series so far, and I hope to have more out soon. The quartersawn white oak grain on this wood I have looks really good in person, and I’m excited to...
  7. Jigs and Fixtures
    I thought it would be nice to build a all-in-one plunge router mortise & tenon jig. The jig consists of a plastic sheet mounted on a wooden structure, on which the router moves in four directions. A 4 mm thick plastic sheet was chosen: a. because it very smooth. b. it is thin enough to be strong...
  8. New Member Introductions
    Hello, My name is Pat. I'm a mechanical designer currently designing refinery equipment although I have a varied background ranging from rebuilding helicopters to field engineering. I've had a home sawmill in the past when I lived in the country. I moved to town a few years ago and went on the...
  9. Show N' Tell
    It's been a while since I had something to post, but I've finally caught up on some things and I've got some news to share. The Stickley round table #603 is neat little project that can challenge your skills. I needed to make two of these tables (for different people) as gifts. I decided to...
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