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Found 5 results

  1. cartmMade this a few weeks ago at work to help the guys organize at work. As you can see it's become a maintenance issue.
  2. Nissan NV300 Van Transformed to a Woodshop Click on the link above. Have tools will travel!!!
  3. Perusing images for our next wiki page for Balsam Fir, I was looking for furnishings and projects made from the fir, and found this absolutely cool business that sells these huts, and frankly, the prices are fair too, considering the handwork and craftsmanship that goes into one of these, very neat. Enjoy! Link: http://gute.ca/home
  4. A daughter gave my wife this as a gift. Its made from forks and spoons and eating things. So since we only have two or three of each to eat with I used wood instead.. I didn't think I would waste too many trees with this thing even though I added a few more fishing necessaries.. After looking it over while hanging up there I might should have put the oars farther up front for they look like his skinny legs where I put them... This is a picture of my fishing for all the big ones are still in the water..By the way , that is an exact photo of me in my own boat wife took some time ago. Didn't catch nothing that day.....
  5. This past Sunday I ordered the Shop Fox Mini Base for my Grizzly G0555 Band Saw. I have had my band saw up on casters for years, and it's always been a tad high. The casters are about 3" tall, so the band saw is kind of a good fit for a 6' tall woodworker at this point, I am only 5'-9". Also when pushing material through the resaw blade, the band saw wants to walk and rock a bit because of the height of the casters, so am hoping the low profile mobile base will stabilize the saw. I should be getting it this Thursday, I'll let ya all know how it feels and works!
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