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I really need to make one of these, been putting it off for ages but it's getting done this weekend.thanks for posting
this is great. I'm planning to make the Mrs a jewelery box for valentine's day (ages away I know) and I think I'm gonna make this.
I need to make a smartwatch charging stand. think I might adapt this. looks great!
Yeah, the app's rubbish for embedded video. only a clickable URL works.
Did you quench the knife after heating? gonna make a marking knife with an old saw blade I think
holy cow, how long did it take you to do this? you must have a lot of patience!
I've just last weekend bought a lathe, although stuff like this feels a way off I can wait to get started making shavings!
I've just bought a second hand lathe and the exposed metal parts are like this. guess what I'm doing to be doing next Saturday!
is it metal or rock? looks amazing and really one of a kind.Did you make a second one for your wife to be?
worth noting that in many parts of the world these would be illegal to carry in public and would land you in trouble with the Fuzz
from the opening picture I couldn't work our what this was but it's so simple - genius!
"Lifting and lowering safely" step 1: Get someone else to do it!
That's really cool
Table for Dad
search for "grooving blade" I had much more success with this than searching for "Flat top grind"
might be less hassle, setting the blade depth and the fence position on the table saw was a bit of a faff.
with a lots of conventional table saw blade each alternate tooth has a sloped top profile with one tooth sloping left and the next sloping right. using this type of blade leaves a very small ridge of wood in the middle of the kerf.
forgot to photo the legs, part (too excited to see it finished I think)! They're just steel hairpin legs from Amazon, screwed to the underside. There's a link to the Amazon page up near the top.
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can you post a link to where you bought the hardware. fancy installing one of these, I've got a metalwork vise with timber jaw faces but this looks much better. thanks
for non US readers tell us about the game please
very neat solution
awesome..... I need an X Carve... dear Santa
Transferring Images to Wood
What's it like to ride? I expect it's exhausting!
made one of these from old pallet wood and some left over walnut kitchen worktop for the roof shingles
Window Bird Feeder
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