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This is a very good build job. Probably the best I've seen. But the one thing I have wrong with it is all of the metric measurements. It would have been nice if you would have converted to the numerical system.. Great job Thanks
Very nice project. Something I've been wanting to find. But a word of caution from experience, stand to the left of the saw when using a rip fence. If you have ever had a kick back in the gut it is no fun for days. Also try a small stop block on the side of your rip fence then you will not get a bind and possibly prevent a kick back. Keep cutting you do great work
Awesome build. You should get the awesome dad of the year, in the state where ever you live. Do you have any measurements of anything that you would be willing to share. It would be greatly appreciated. I have 3 grandchildren now but hoping for more
Its a very nice project but i think I'd rather do it on a lathe with a dust collector and not have the mess to clean up at the end. But a lot of skill with that grinder.
Is there any way that you could post the pattern of the Axe. I sure do like your design over some that I have seen. Great job
Could you provide measurements of your sled, and pictures of the build as you go. Where did you get the springs at, and what is the strength of them
Great project. Thanks. Do you have plans for the cabinets in the background that you would share
3 D Wood: Wow What a great Instructable. Wife and I are going to build "I think" and this is just what I was looking for to build in my shop when I get started on it. One question, on page 10 step 8 I see your dust collection tubing. Did you notch the back of the cabinets or leave the cabinets setting out 4" from the wall. I also have several other bench mounted tools to place somewhere
This work bench looks like you spent a lot of time designing it, but if you have a portable saw, and a portable router where are your rip fence and miter gauge going to go. I also wish you would have done all of the metric conversions also