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Rock-Solid Workbench Plans - Workshop Solutions Plans, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

Rock-Solid Workbench Plans - Workshop Solutions Plans, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

Supports d'équerre 90° faits de MDF pour assemblage de caissons (8" X 8" approx.)   MDF 90° support brackets for casing assembly (8" X 8" approx.)   Inscrivez-vous gratuitement en haut à droite e...

Supports d'équerre 90° faits de MDF pour assemblage de caissons (8" X 8" approx.) MDF 90° support brackets for casing assembly (8" X 8" approx.) Inscrivez-vous gratuitement en haut à droite e...

Top notch joinery doesn't mean anything if you don't get a good clamp-up. Try these tips to accomplish just that.

Top notch joinery doesn't mean anything if you don't get a good clamp-up. Try these tips to accomplish just that.

Veritas® Transfer/Log Scribe ::   The Veritas transfer scribe is used for transferring the contours of one shape onto another. This is what makes it an ideal log scribe. But this also makes it an excellent carpenter’s scribe.  |  http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?p=32577&cat=1,41131

Veritas® Transfer/Log Scribe :: The Veritas transfer scribe is used for transferring the contours of one shape onto another. This is what makes it an ideal log scribe. But this also makes it an excellent carpenter’s scribe. | http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?p=32577&cat=1,41131

Suction Sanding Table This is a project I have been wanted to do for a while but since I got a smaller hose that attaches to my ROS I kinda put it on the back burner. I decided to go ahead and do it. I used pine and some pegboard. I also used some thin paneling for the inside tapered bottoms. I tapered it all to the side hoping it will all go to the suction hole in side. Initially I plan to use it with my shop vac. I haven’t used it yet but it sucked pretty good just throwing some dust up…

Suction Sanding Table This is a project I have been wanted to do for a while but since I got a smaller hose that attaches to my ROS I kinda put it on the back burner. I decided to go ahead and do it. I used pine and some pegboard. I also used some thin paneling for the inside tapered bottoms. I tapered it all to the side hoping it will all go to the suction hole in side. Initially I plan to use it with my shop vac. I haven’t used it yet but it sucked pretty good just throwing some dust up…