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Step 5 shows the fence...I believe the brand is a SawStop.
Where is the challenge in saving a few steps and set ups? LOL (I wondered that myself.)
You caught my attention with the "Mail Pouch Tobacco" painting on the side. I don't have any farm animals yet; however, when the time comes to build a coop I'll have your downloaded writeup to assist me. Nice work and design.
LarryG7: Perhaps you didn't notice that 'pguncheon' is NOT the author of this article. That would be 'DIYPerspective' and his reply would have "author" after his user's name.For the record, I totally agree with your statements. I too have been using a Jig Saw (on and off) for over 40 years of woodworking. (It is not my most favorite cutting device.) It has only been recently that the orbital action has been added to Jig Saws. A table-based Jig Saw is similar to a Band Saw...and yet, you don't see ANY Band Saws with an orbital action. 'Nuff said...I'm going to go make some saw dust with my Table Saw.
I, for one, happen to like your post. Here in the southwest, this is the style I grew up with. There are so many variation on clothesline poles (metal pipe, 2x4, 4x4, and even 4x6 lumber) that the people reading your post should understand that perhaps this is the style your friend asked you to build. Thanks for posting.
Nicely done and illustrated.
Thank you for this timely Instructable project. I have built a DIY CNC Router and now I'm interested in making foam board airplanes like those from Flite Test.
Fun and easy project.
Thanks for the recipe! I made these for our neighbor's B-Day / Halloween Party tonight.