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How to clean your car headlights

How to clean your car headlights

Mounting a Router in a Bench or Table Top - Jeff Greef Woodworking

Mounting a Router in a Bench or Table Top - Jeff Greef Woodworking

Woodworking Tip: Box Fan Filter " I made a cheap air cleaner for dust in my shop by attaching a furnace filter to a box fan. I just set the fan on my workbench whenever I’m sanding. It works so well that I decided to make a more permanent air cleaner. I mounted the fan overhead, attaching it to the floor joists in my shop, see drawing."

Woodworking Tip: Box Fan Filter " I made a cheap air cleaner for dust in my shop by attaching a furnace filter to a box fan. I just set the fan on my workbench whenever I’m sanding. It works so well that I decided to make a more permanent air cleaner. I mounted the fan overhead, attaching it to the floor joists in my shop, see drawing."

woodworking

woodworking

DIY Hammock Stand I swear I wasn't looking for this Mack, it just appeared on the DIY page! If nothing else, we could contract a furniture maker to just make it for us, you know, correctly.

DIY Hammock Stand I swear I wasn't looking for this Mack, it just appeared on the DIY page! If nothing else, we could contract a furniture maker to just make it for us, you know, correctly.

Hammock stand - Free woodworking plan

Hammock stand - Free woodworking plan

When building jigs, I save a little money and get exactly the size I want by making my own knobs. On a piece of scrap, lay out a circle as large as you’d like the knob to be. Draw three equally spaced, intersecting lines across the circle’s diameter. Then, drill a 1⁄2" hole where each line meets the circle, as well as a counterbore and through hole in the circle’s center (where the lines intersect) for a bolt. Cut along the circle between the holes. Complete your knob by drawing another ...

When building jigs, I save a little money and get exactly the size I want by making my own knobs. On a piece of scrap, lay out a circle as large as you’d like the knob to be. Draw three equally spaced, intersecting lines across the circle’s diameter. Then, drill a 1⁄2" hole where each line meets the circle, as well as a counterbore and through hole in the circle’s center (where the lines intersect) for a bolt. Cut along the circle between the holes. Complete your knob by drawing another ...

❧ Router Table Plan - Build Your Own Router Table

❧ Router Table Plan - Build Your Own Router Table

How to Waterproof Your Basement: 8 steps (with pictures)

How to Waterproof Your Basement: 8 steps (with pictures)

farmhouse table

farmhouse table