5 ¼ series...my mind was on the micro-bevel today based off of an email conversation with a smart lady. I decided to follow the same concept as I did with the frog from my previous post and mitre a 35 degree jig with a 4x4. #woodworking #handtools #DIY
5 ¼ series...back to to the frog; now we need to clean and square up the body contact points. Use a fairly coarse grit (I used 120) and attach the sandpaper to the sanded contact points on the frog #woodworking #handtools #DIY
DIY Pocket Hole Jig – 1 x 6 for the base. 2 x 3 about 3 1/2 ". Small slot to fit the Kreg Jr. w/o the grey sliding guides. The 2 x 3's were placed apart slightly wider than the jig itself. Screwed and glued. Cut out a small place on the base under the jig for it to slide down far enough to use the 1/2 setting. I used a piece of all thread with a knob, and glued in a nut on the opposite side. When tightened it squeezes the 2 x 3 slightly together holding the jig in place.
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5 ¼ series...to clean up the bottom contact points, I chopped a 45 degree angle on a 4x4 to use as a guide/jig to give me a larger surface to work with. I then lined the frog up to the edge of the jig and started working my sanding block left to right. #woodworking #handtools #tools #DIY
5 ¼ series...the goal was the leave the Type 20 blue paint as is, but curiosity got the best of me, so I tried to match it. I ended up going with old #ford twilight #blue, it looks great but still a little off #handtools #tools #woodworking
learn the simple framing techniques that ensure accurately built, tightly framed walls. this article explains the basics of marking up and laying out a wall, along with tips about headers, trimmers and studs.
Easy to make Tapering Jig (table saw angle cutting) - by Angela @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community
Router Table Coping Sled - by Mainiac Matt @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community
there are two mirror images of each other to support the wood on edge as it travels under the cutterheads...or you could hand plane it with your finely tuned jack plane!