Hand Level Stand by Toolmaker51 -- I could use a 4 or 5 way laser beam level, eventually. But currently engaged project (3 phase power) needs baselines around perimeter inside the building. Trusses, brick walls and floor obstructed by machinery already in place wasn't the ticket for my single beam. So in the past, a lot of elementary 'surveying was conducted with an 'eye-level'. Instruction book included with this Craftsman Locke Level, suggested steadying scope in a staff cut with a Vee...

Hand Level Stand by Toolmaker51 -- I could use a 4 or 5 way laser beam level, eventually. But currently engaged project (3 phase power) needs baselines around perimeter inside the building. Trusses, brick walls and floor obstructed by machinery already in place wasn't the ticket for my single beam. So in the past, a lot of elementary 'surveying was conducted with an 'eye-level'. Instruction book included with this Craftsman Locke Level, suggested steadying scope in a staff cut with a Vee...

Filing Machine by rossbotics -- I built this filing machine for the sole purpose of being able to file 90 degrees from a flat surface and to maintain that squareness no matter what shape or geometry I'm filing, I have used filing machines in different shops years ago and loved them, I do a little gunsmithing from time to time and everyone knows how intricate these little parts can be, You can only do so much with a conventional Milling Machine, Unless you have a CNC Mill which I don't…

Filing Machine by rossbotics -- I built this filing machine for the sole purpose of being able to file 90 degrees from a flat surface and to maintain that squareness no matter what shape or geometry I'm filing, I have used filing machines in different shops years ago and loved them, I do a little gunsmithing from time to time and everyone knows how intricate these little parts can be, You can only do so much with a conventional Milling Machine, Unless you have a CNC Mill which I don't…

45-45-90 Angle Plates by rossbotics -- My recent post was a pair of 30-60-90 degree angle plates, I had mentioned in that post I was going to make a couple of matched 45-45-90 plates as well, So I did There made fro 0-1 tool steel hardened an matched ground, there ground within .0002" all over. The plates measure appr. .750" X 3.560" X 3.560" Below are some photos of the plates Thanks For Looking And Happy Machining...

45-45-90 Angle Plates by rossbotics -- My recent post was a pair of 30-60-90 degree angle plates, I had mentioned in that post I was going to make a couple of matched 45-45-90 plates as well, So I did There made fro 0-1 tool steel hardened an matched ground, there ground within .0002" all over. The plates measure appr. .750" X 3.560" X 3.560" Below are some photos of the plates Thanks For Looking And Happy Machining...

Soda Can Crusher by mr95gst -- I am planning on building an aluminum melting furnace in my near future. I started collecting cans and needed a way to crush them. I reverse engineered some pictures online were others had made wooden can crusher. I made the handle extra long and mounted it low in my garage so I could put my 3 year old to work crushing cans. I laminated thin plastic sheets to the inner faces to prevent gouging in the wood. It works very well. You can buy steel crushers…

Soda Can Crusher by mr95gst -- I am planning on building an aluminum melting furnace in my near future. I started collecting cans and needed a way to crush them. I reverse engineered some pictures online were others had made wooden can crusher. I made the handle extra long and mounted it low in my garage so I could put my 3 year old to work crushing cans. I laminated thin plastic sheets to the inner faces to prevent gouging in the wood. It works very well. You can buy steel crushers…

Wooden Bar Clamps

Wooden Bar Clamps

A little glue is needed in most woodworking projects, but how do you know which one to use? Learn the different varieties of wood glue, and how to choose which you’ll need to complete your next masterpiece!

Choosing the Right Wood Glue

A little glue is needed in most woodworking projects, but how do you know which one to use? Learn the different varieties of wood glue, and how to choose which you’ll need to complete your next masterpiece!

The Complete Woodshop Guide: How to Plan, Equip or Improve Your Workspace (Popular Woodworking) by Popular Woodworking Editors. $10.80. Series - Popular Woodworking. Publication: October 22, 2009. Publisher: Popular Woodworking Books (October 22, 2009)

The Complete Woodshop Guide: How to Plan, Equip or Improve Your Workspace (Popular Woodworking) by Popular Woodworking Editors. $10.80. Series - Popular Woodworking. Publication: October 22, 2009. Publisher: Popular Woodworking Books (October 22, 2009)

Make Your Own Precision Angle Finder

Make Your Own Precision Angle Finder

Angle Finder by Phil B -- Homemade angle finder consisting of a protractor mounted on a squared wooden block. A pointer affixed to the protractor's center serves to indicate the angle.

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