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This is the first article in a two-part series where I'll be showing you how to build a 3-in-1 workstation for use with Dremel-type rotary tools.

This is the first article in a two-part series where I'll be showing you how to build a 3-in-1 workstation for use with Dremel-type rotary tools.

6 Woodworking tips & tricks for beginners Ramp up your workflow with these tips to work smarter or substitute for something you don't have.   #woodoworkingtips #wood  #woodworking tricks

6 Woodworking tips & tricks for beginners Ramp up your workflow with these tips to work smarter or substitute for something you don't have. #woodoworkingtips #wood #woodworking tricks

This innovative kit provides the necessary hardware to build a large-capacity router sled for flattening slabs. The assembled sled lets you pass your router back and forth in an XY-plane to consistently flatten an entire slab. Combined with materials you supply, the kit offers an excellent option for milling live-edge tabletop slabs that are too large for a conventional thickness planer and jointer, or for projects using wood with difficult grain such as crotch wood, burls or knots. It includes

This innovative kit provides the necessary hardware to build a large-capacity router sled for flattening slabs. The assembled sled lets you pass your router back and forth in an XY-plane to consistently flatten an entire slab. Combined with materials you supply, the kit offers an excellent option for milling live-edge tabletop slabs that are too large for a conventional thickness planer and jointer, or for projects using wood with difficult grain such as crotch wood, burls or knots. It…

Since a magnet won't hold a bronze plane, I made some support blocks for the heel, and a spinner to hold the toe.

My hand plane till is finally done! It looks great hanging on the wall, and fulfills my requirement to hold my full inventory of planes while still providing some space for future acquisitions. The basic look of the piece is inspired by a till that I saw in an old issue of Fine W