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Cedar and Steel Chalk Board Frames | Build Video

Cedar and Steel Chalk Board Frames | Build Video

Chalk Board Frames The same client we made the cedar and steel tables for are back again! They purchased a couple chalk board slabs from an old school and they want a matching frame. The clients establishment has a theme and decor that would remind you of an urban city. Exposed I-beams, concrete floors, man-hole […]

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How to make money with your CNC | Custom Outlet and Switch Covers

How to make money with your CNC | Custom Outlet and Switch Covers

CNC Machines are Money Making Machines! Desktop CNC machines or non-industrial or commercial units are viewed as toys. That is far from the case. CNC machines provide an individual or shop with the ability to bring new capabilities to the shop that they would not be able to before. In addition to completely new opportunities […]

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Build a Stout Bandsaw Resaw Fence From Scrap

Cut it in two! Resawing is an operation where you split your material in two pieces. It is typically cut right down the middle but not always, you can have a larger board and only need a small sliver of it. Resawing is a great way to make use of thicker material when you need thinner […]

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Build a Simple Spline Jig To Strengthen Miter Joints

Stronger Picture Frames Simple miter joints are useful in many projects, but the miter joint itself is simply not that strong.  Adding splines to these joints will make them much stronger and it is also very easy.  There is no need to purchase a spline jig.  We can simple grab some scrap wood from other […]

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Ridgid Brushless 18 Volt Compact Trim Router Review – R86044B

Everyone needs a trim router! Trim routers are a must in any workshop environment. They are perfect for the lighter tasks that don’t need a huge router with 2 HP or more.They may be smaller than  your average woodworking router but with being as honest as possible, a trim router is the most used router […]

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SawStop PCS 3-HP Professional Cabinet Saw Review & Test

Heart of my shop My table saw is the heart and soul of my shop. 99.99 percent of the projects that get built in my shop at one time or another will see the table saw. It is important to me to have a finely tuned, well-constructed, and a darn good looking saw in my […]

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Organization – K.I.S.S. Drill Bit Storage System

What is K.I.S.S.? K.I.S.S. is an acronym for “Keep It Simple, Stupid”. The phrase is associate with aircraft engineer Kelly Johnson. The term “KISS principle” was in popular use by the 1970. The KISS principle states that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated. Keeping anything simple is always […]

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