Monthly Archives: January 2014

Best way so far to cutout for an outlet in a concrete floor with wood going over it.

So here’s the situation, there’s an outlet in a concrete floor and someone wants a new wood floor to go over the top and it will need 5/8″ plywood attached to the floor and oak over that.  The question is … Continue reading

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Resizing jig for the lathe

The  first picture is the jig empty which consists of an attachment for my lathe supposedly for bowls though I’ve never made a bowl.  I just screwed a piece of 1×8 and made it round and use that and the … Continue reading

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Handy spacer for cutting sheetrock

There’s a spacer in the top center of the picture that I made to be able to cut holes in a piece of sheetrock with out having to fight with the sheetrock saw hitting the next piece.  All you have … Continue reading

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Rocket Parts

The other day I needed to make some circles for a rocket project so I built a router table out of a piece of plywood and a few 2/4’s for legs, then measured out from the router blade for the … Continue reading

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