Instructables: exploring - workshop - tools - furniture - popular Mon, 27 Mar 2017 04:22:16 PDT BLOX v1.01 Carpenters Mallet
Carpenters Mallet - More DIY How To Projects]]> djpolymath Make a carpenters mallet to knock wooden pieces together and drive dowels or chisels. Handle Cut a piece of stock for the handle. Bevel Cut the handle so that one end is 1.5" wide and the other is 1" wide. Tack a 0.25" piece of scrap to the side of the handle to make the first angle cut. Plac...
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Sun, 18 Dec 2016 09:53:30 PST
Secret Storage Floating Desk
Secret Storage Floating Desk - More DIY How To Projects]]> EnJoneer So I got bored of my regular corner desk and decided to build a floating desk into the corner alcove of my room to replace it. Then, I thought 'If I'm going to build a desk anyway, why not make it some funky james bond style desk?'..... so I decided to give it hidden storage compartments, and lights...
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Fri, 22 May 2015 17:33:26 PDT
SBoaB- Simple Brackets on a Budget
SBoaB- Simple Brackets on a Budget - More DIY How To Projects]]> Nate_o_bae Looking to hang some stuff on your workbench or wall? In need of some brackets? Well, look no further here is SBoaB - Simple Brackets on a Budget! This project ended up costing me nothing since I was using leftover supplies that I had lying around. If you had to buy some materials, this should cost...
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Tue, 11 Nov 2014 18:46:31 PST
scrap ends table
scrap ends table - More DIY How To Projects]]> mikeasaurus It might be hard to believe, but this attractive end grain table was made almost entirely with scrap wood. It looks amazing and is easy to make as it doesn't matter the size or of the scrap wood you use, or that you aren't precise with your cuts. The only parts of this project I bought were a 3' ...
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Fri, 12 Sep 2014 11:42:23 PDT
Hand Crank TV Lift
Hand Crank TV Lift - More DIY How To Projects]]> fungus amungus TVs are great and all, but when they're not in use I prefer that they'd not be seen. They're big visual voids that don't exactly bring the room together. There are two options for this: covering them up or moving them away. Also, I'm using plenty of electricity as it is so I decided to go for a ha...
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Thu, 5 Dec 2013 10:05:41 PST
How to make a metal lathe tap and die Jig
How to make a metal lathe tap and die Jig - More DIY How To Projects]]> coolbeansbaby68   This is the first project i have made on my new lathe . It is a easy way to Use a die to make threads or chase them to clean them up. My new lathe and mill  The first picture is my new precision matthews  12 x 36  metal lathe and the 2nd picture is my new precision matthews  pm30mv mil Tap a...
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Thu, 2 Feb 2012 10:31:14 PST