Dave H

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About Dave H

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  • Birthday 10/10/1952

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    Rochester Washington
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  1. @Mick S I just watched Bob Van Dyke's universal fence video I like his approach with his fence he has some slick idea's. My fence is a three sided box just like Bob's but, mine hugs the TS fence and is a slide fit one side is a high side other side a couple inches above the stock fence I also have several different attachments box spline jig, and a tenoning jig. I push the fence through the blade opposed to Bob's method which I fine quite interesting my fence took me about 1/2 HR to construct the hardest part was was dialing in the horizontal piece above the stock fence that gives the appropri
  2. That's what I use I add a fence perpendicular to the table and added a toggle clamp to the fence.
  3. Like Coop said it's so when you drop something into the sink it deadens the sound so it won't sound like your dropping it in a tin box, but I would use construction adhesive like Liquid Nails cut some scrap just shy of going the bottom of the cabinet to the bottom of the sink so you can use some wedges to hold it till the glue dry's
  4. Here is a guy doing it himself I would lift the whole building and add a pony wall on the bottom, because lifting the roof as a unit would be a b_tch IMO
  5. Thank you @Check Twice it was one of my favorite builds I miss the lathe powered thickness sander, but I'm in love with my Jet 16-32 I use it on almost everything I build.
  6. Looking great Bmac another beautiful project done at break neck speed. I wish I hit all my projects with the drive you demonstrate, my list of things to do would be a lot shorter.
  7. I break down sheet goods with the saw guide that Tom King shows for at least 30 yrs, it is safe and effective far easier than running through a table saw. The saw guide costs next to nothing if you have some scrap ply laying around. A couple quick camps on some saw horses The 2x4 grid is something I've been using for years it breaks down and just leans against a wall when not in use, good luck.
  8. I love your ingenious creations "it's not high end furniture" but, it's pretty damn cool for this old country boy! Keep them coming!
  9. Dave H

    Shinto Rasp

    I got one last year and I love it, fast material removal and with the fine side easily sanded.
  10. Ok the circ saw will work good for the straight parts the rest is hand work, I would draw the edges of the chamfer on the work piece, getting the majority of the material off staying away from the lines with a chisel I would fine tune the rest with a rasp and then finish up with a file and, sandpaper. Practice on some scrap to refine your technique good luck.
  11. Looking good Bmac your moving at break neck speed once again.
  12. Maybe Tandy Leather Co. https://www.tandyleather.world/collections/fasteners
  13. I for one hope you document the build I really enjoy following your very detailed builds.
  14. Hey @Bmac I've been following this guys stitch kayak build he has built a number of them I found it very interesting here's the link if your interested https://www.lumberjocks.com/blogs/tag/duck+hunting+kayak/by/date/page/3