Monthly Archives: November 2014
Wednesday and its time for more on cabinet doors and yet another jig. This time we had an entire kitchens worth of cabinet doors made by a cabinet company but none of them were drilled for hinges. Hinges can get … Continue reading
Tuesday happens once again and I figured I would put something on another jig. For this one what was needed was two holes a certain depth on either side of the back of several drawers. For making this jig the … Continue reading
Monday happens again and I was thinking about the router setup in the picture above. I made a router table a few years ago and just replaced the top. The whole thing is wood which has the advantage that I … Continue reading
There are many ways to play with angles but for doing things like moulding or wrapping wood around something like in the above picture there is a simple but important difference between saws and the way you define angles in … Continue reading
An observation about this style of sink valve when you get air in the water lines turn the water on very slowly or you get blasted below the belt with water when the bubbles come out.
Here we have a Murphy bed I worked on a while ago. It starts as a small box with a few hinges, odds and ends, and some instructions. The DVD that comes with it is helpful for creating the first … Continue reading