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Still no photos of the crosscut sled but here is the latest high tech piece of kit for my table saw.A block of wood. Actually it's two blocks of wood ...

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Next up is a way to deal with rolls of tape and balls of string.This has been way over designed, but I imagine that it won't take long to fill up with ...

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Uno mas!The second jig I made today is a combination of a hold-down jig, a tapering jig and a jointing jig.Sounds complex, doesn't it?Nah! It's just a ...

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Here we go then.The first item is called a kerfmaker. This is a totally stupid name, by the way. It is my saw blade that 'makes' a 'kerf.This device i ...

JustJim
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Yeah g'day, I think this is going to be a thread where I put any sleds, jigs etc that I make for my table saw. I don't intend to post 'step-by-step ho ...

JustJim
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Having an assembly table is all well and good but when I gather the equipment I need to put something together, I often forget to grab a few sheets of ...

JustJim
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Good grief!Have any of you people read The Truth by Terry Pratchett?Y'all would fit right in! 

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danieltheman
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Built a patio. Never built anything in my life... Fire on patio Burnt roof and floor I'm so proud I can build stuff

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ProjectPete
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Pretty cool vid! I remember when Mythbusters suspended a car attached to a crane using only duct tape. https://www.bunnings.co.nz/trade/campaigns/edm/ ...

vanderneut
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The entrance of our home has a two-story tall ceiling with a chandelier very high up. There is absolutely no way (ever!) I'd be getting on a tall ladd ...

AnitaH25
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Ned Kelly Outdoor EskyI had seen something similar to this on Pinterest and loved it straight away. They had made theirs using an esky. I wanted to ...

Monument
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Bit belated in following up but installation went reasonably well, late in the afternoon of the 4th which was just before the stormy weather set in. T ...

Organised_House
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What do you get when you mix a girls love for crackers, dip and succulents? This DIY project was super simple for a drill novice like me, and the end ...

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JustJim
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Still no photos of the crosscut sled but here is the latest high tech piece of kit for my table saw.A block of wood. Actually it's two blocks of wood ...

JustJim
Junior Contributor

Next up is a way to deal with rolls of tape and balls of string.This has been way over designed, but I imagine that it won't take long to fill up with ...

JustJim
Junior Contributor

Uno mas!The second jig I made today is a combination of a hold-down jig, a tapering jig and a jointing jig.Sounds complex, doesn't it?Nah! It's just a ...

JustJim
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Here we go then.The first item is called a kerfmaker. This is a totally stupid name, by the way. It is my saw blade that 'makes' a 'kerf.This device i ...

JustJim
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Yeah g'day, I think this is going to be a thread where I put any sleds, jigs etc that I make for my table saw. I don't intend to post 'step-by-step ho ...

JustJim
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Having an assembly table is all well and good but when I gather the equipment I need to put something together, I often forget to grab a few sheets of ...

JustJim
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D'awww! Don't they just grow up so quickly? It was only a few months ago that my outfeed/assembly table was built but now it has grown up so much. Wel ...

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