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** UPDATE: See this video to build a sheath: https://youtu.be/IiQ2bv2rH44 ** No lie, you'll be amazed at how often you end up using this tool, once you make it. Simple, and cheap.
How to build my lever-operated router lift, for both plunge and fixed-base routers. Bonus: A mini router table. Detailed instructions, and plans are available at https://thenewbiewoodworker.com/plans/.
This is a follow-up to my video about my lever-operated router lift for plunge routers https://youtu.be/jnu9Sso0ddc. It shows how the lift can be modified easily for fixed-base routers. Keep an eye open for an announcement about a possible build video.
** BUILD VIDEO: https://youtu.be/LJqPDADi8MM ** Here's a look at my lever-operated plunge router lift. If you want a build video, leave a comment.
Replace the crank handle for raising and lowering your drill press table with this simple to make, and inexpensive, drill-powered crank extension. This allows you the freedom to make a drill press table however you want, without having to tak in into account the crank.
Includes real-life troubleshooting tips! Take everything you've learned from my other videos on the subject, and put them together into a cross cut sled. When it turns out my fence is perfectly aligned, I take you through 7 troubleshooting tips to help solve the problem.
Here's how to make fences for your cross cut sleds out of plywood. This is a companion video for my "2x4 Cross Cut Sled Fences" video, https://youtu.be/un2YUPlgh8c.
Sanding generates a lot of sawdust. It gets all over the place, and can be dangerous for your health. One solution is to have the sawdust sucked away as you do your sanding, and that's what this Portable Sanding Station is for. Easy to make, and effective.