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Kitchen Countertop, part 1

So, I mentioned in a previous post that I’m working on a new counter top for the area where the kitchen sink goes in the trailer. 528 more words

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Achievements of bad-assdom

So, while all of all that other stuff is going on that I just posted about, I’m also in the middle of trying to build a kitchen counter for the trailer. 365 more words

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Entryway Divider


  • 4×8 sheet of MDF
  • KREG Jig pocket hole ( 1-1/4″ screws)
  • Titebond III wood glue
  • wood filler
  • DAP paintable Calk
  • Paint


  1. Put together the bare bones of the shelf first, then attach the trim to make the shelves look thicker (just an illusion, the shelves are actually 3/4″ thick)
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Why You Need a Laser Thin-Kerf Table Saw Blade

I was skeptical at first. Why would anyone need a blade so thin that it only cuts a 1/16″ kerf? Then I tried the Laser Thin-Kerf Table Saw Blade (010-046) 602 more words

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Kitchen Cabinet Saga, the conclusion

Tis the summer and as you can imagine, there is a lot of running around. With birthdays and cottage trips and just general summer stuff going on it does put limitations on the amount of stuff you can get done around the property. 982 more words

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Side table, stool or just a giant door stop?

On paper this was a basic job: clean up two old blocks of wood, bolt them together and, hey, we’ve got a compact timber side table or stool. 850 more words


All About the Wixey Digital Fence Readout for the Table Saw

The table saw is arguably the most-used tool in the woodworking shop. Almost every piece of wood in a woodworking project is cut at least once at the table saw. 865 more words

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