It's not always convenient to hook a large dust collection unit to all my tools. So, I built this cabinet after looking around on the web. Two drawers with a separating baffle in between make lighter weight emptying. It will require a little more work, as the chip ejection fan on this planer is so strong that it blows the drawers open just a little, allowing some sawdust to blow out.I think I'll try cutting a 4or 5 inch hole in the front and use a filter to ease the pressure without losing the sawdust.Anyone been through this? If you have, advice is appreciated.
Matching coffee and end table for our living room Curly tiger maple with wormy maple tops and legs Book-matched the tops. Dyed with antique cherry brown water based dye. I used Charles Neil's blotch control. Arm-r-Seal poly finish
I was asked if I could make a last minute box to be given as a gift. The catch was that I only had 24 hours to design and build it. I like a challenge so I dropped everything and got to work. The customer was wanting something pretty simple, and no dividers, so I scratched my head and came up with this. I barely delivered it in time….whew!The sides are a very dark White Oak The lid is from one piece of quilted Western Maple The handle is Paduak The feet are walnut with a Paduak rail, this can be seen in photo 4 The lining is Buffalo hide Brass pins were used for hinges Finish is semi-gloss LacquerThanks for looking!