After using my homemade band saw for a year, I’ve decided I should make some improvements to the blade guides and saw table.
Last article where I'll show how to make the drawers and doors using the cutting station of the workbench.
Third article in the new workbench series where I will show you how I built the hold fast clamps and bench dogs.
In this second article I’m going to install the benchtop and make the cutting station.
High capacity multi-function plywood workbench with cutting station and storage space.
Because of the way I work, this kind of edge belt sander is one of the tools I rely on most, and I use it in almost all of my projects.
A Lathe made completely with birch plywood that I've also attached a Disc Sander on the left side.
Cleaning and sharpening router bits with my homemade sharpening jig.
Homemade jig that will allow you sharpen circular saw blades, drill bits and router bits.
The idea arose after dealing with the difficulties and loss of time in preparing for certain CNC jobs.
Third article in the series where I show you how to make the guides for the blade and the saw's table.
There are many similar jointer-planer models, all of them likely manufactured in the same place.
A Portable Workshop for those of you that don't have much space or a cabinet you can carry all your stuff.
Uses of homemade machines, tools and knowledge required, choice of materials... Author's reflections.
A 2-in-1 Marking Gauge and Beam Compass recycling an old Plotter Blade Holder and a few scrap wood.