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Wayne
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Hobbyist wood worker with a passion.
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I am not sure what will be next, I am just coming out of Winter hibernation LOLI have been somewhat rejuvenated teaching a girlfriend of my daughters ...

Wayne
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I have a few of these storage containers for screws and small parts, I decided to make a trolley that holds 8 of them for easier access.I had the mela ...

Wayne
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There are many governing factors that come into play here none more so as to what sort of machines you want to collect from (both now and in a future ...

Wayne
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Are you pushing the router bit all the way in or raising it a couple mm ?Also check what you actually have there are 12mm collets and bits and also 1/ ...

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A friend asked if I could make a chicken nesting box for her two backyard chickens, here is the result.I planed up some pallet boards to equal thickne ...

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Looks good Brad, specs are virtually the same as the Carbatec machine that I posted earlier. With 3 days of the auction to go it will be interesting t ...

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Hi LePallet,I wouldn't suggest getting anything lower than 2hp, you can get a Carbatec 2hp with 1200cfm for $369 at the moment.https://www.carbatec.co ...

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Sheet sander would be my choice also, Pine marks easily and will be magnified with stain. I have had small jobs mark easily just from turning over to ...

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Fitzie
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As a Carpenter's daughter I was brought up with wood shavings in my hair and the perfume of fresh wood... Spent many hours just watching my Dad chisel ...

Kiwifr33
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Hi @Fitzie, I would recommend a Japanese pull saw. Very sharp, very accurate, fine teeth cross-cut and coarser for ripping. I used it for the dovetail ...

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Great project as always @Wayne. Many thanks for sharing in such terrific detail. I'm sure other Workshop members will be keen to replicate your work. ...

Kiwifr33
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Would love to @Kermit, but it’s still a work in progress Northeast corner

Brad
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My Kreg router table roughly 900 x 600 has 4 locking castors and it's easy to move. Stable with all 4 locked, with only 2 locked it will move if you p ...

Kiwifr33
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Of course I ended up with a door where the offcuts bin is and two windows either side of a central panel on the north wall (bottom of plan) over the w ...

Kiwifr33
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Update: moving in, picking away at internal walls. Biggest plus: only hammering can be heard from the house, no power tool noise bleeds through.First ...

Kiwifr33
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@Farside It’s 3.6 x 2.7m to come in under the requirement for a permit, which is 10m2. Lucky we're metric, as 12' x 9' is too big!

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Wayne
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I am not sure what will be next, I am just coming out of Winter hibernation LOLI have been somewhat rejuvenated teaching a girlfriend of my daughters ...

Wayne
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I have a few of these storage containers for screws and small parts, I decided to make a trolley that holds 8 of them for easier access.I had the mela ...

Wayne
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There are many governing factors that come into play here none more so as to what sort of machines you want to collect from (both now and in a future ...

Wayne
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Are you pushing the router bit all the way in or raising it a couple mm ?Also check what you actually have there are 12mm collets and bits and also 1/ ...

Wayne
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A friend asked if I could make a chicken nesting box for her two backyard chickens, here is the result.I planed up some pallet boards to equal thickne ...

Wayne
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Sheet sander would be my choice also, Pine marks easily and will be magnified with stain. I have had small jobs mark easily just from turning over to ...

Wayne
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That sure is a solid bench and a project to be proud of for many years.

Wayne
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I had to put this aside with other projects needing completion but got a bit more done today.I used some 90 x 35mm pine and used the heart shape as a ...

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