Handtoolscollection-edited 21 May, added one more picture

Okay, here is my input, First pic is the hand saw vise, more hand braces, old Stanley Miter Box, larger hand saws (rip and crosscut), and a hand made Roubo Square. The next pic is of my first Hand Tool Wall Cabinet, when I started out, it...

Cutting Small Parts On The Miter Saw

In this video I share how I cut small parts on the miter saw. I am sure this one will be cause for active commentary from the safety police and maybe the hand tool junkies for not using a fancy hand saw to cut small pieces. Well, this is...

My First Project circa 1990

A new site, a new beginning. So a fitting first post might be the first project I worked on when I was just a little PAJA. At the time I was living with my grandparents in the Bitterroot Valley in Montana. My grandpa brought home a little...

My Roubo Bench Journey #35: All......Most......There.......

I startd out finishing up the Sliding Deadman that I roughed out yesterday. Here I am using the bench hook as a planing stop since my one planing stop wasn’t wide enough for the deadman. I had to use the scroll saw to cut the curves on...

WoodworkingWeb Interview: Ianwater

I love interviews – getting to know people on a different level. We begin this series of interviews with IANWATER who has been very active on our site, helping 3W (WoodworkingWeb) begin its journey and members develop their skills. Ianwater...

A STORAGE SHED FOR MY BBQ GAS GRILL #3: Stretchers and Siding Panels

I am back on the job after celebrating my wife’s 75th birthday yesterday. We are now slightly over 150 years old combined. We have learned a lot over our lifetimes, but much of it is outdated and we are too tired to use the rest. That’s life. ...

My Roubo Bench Journey #6: Slab-O-Licious

Today I finished flattening the underside of the bench top, there is a small section in the middle that isn’t totally flat. But that is okay since I won’t be using the underside of the top for planing: The good thing about having a neighbor...

Shaker End Table #6: Mortising Front Rails, easy does it now...

After a long layoff, I resumed work on the table by mortising in the front lower and upper rails. First I defined the shoulders and then I had to cut the rails to length, needed to take off 1/16th. Next was to mark out the lower rail...

G0513X2 17" BANDSAW 2HP W/CAST IRON TRUNNION

I wanted to share my thoughts experience with the G0513X2 17 bandsaw that I have now for over a year. Tis is not a formal review and I am not going to bore you with all the specs. Prior to the Grizzly I had the Powermatic 14 PWBS-14CS bandsaw...

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