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CABOOSE and extra track

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CABOOSE and extra track caboose is done 18 hours plus 2 more hours to make the track longer from 4 foot to just over 5 foot the train together is almost 5 foot engine tender passenger and caboose I'm done with trains now on to the next one this car is red oak walnut and just a touch of purple heart and maple picture 5 shows track before the stone dust added and picture 6 is all done and painted flat black I will take more pictures of whole train on the tracks later :<))



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A classic dining table with round legs

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A classic dining table with round legsNo glue, no nails, no screws.
A classic table where the top (3 boards) is mounted to the frame with sliding dovetails, and where the legs have also been mounted to the frame in the same way. The legs are “turned” on a homemade (shop-made) angle-grinder copy lathe machine. There's a whole video series on the making of this table:



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Band saw fence - 3 heights

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Band saw fence - 3 heightsThis fence can be used three different ways to provide three different fence heights. The first photo shows the 3/4 inch height on the right edge. In the second photo, I merely flipped it end-for-end so the T is in the back, and now the medium height is available on the right edge. In the third photo you see the tallest setting where I unscrewed the fence from the T, and rotated it to the tall side and screwed it into another set of holes on the T. To lock the fence in place, I use squeeze clamps with one on each end.



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