|I approach the gap between lathe bench and word bench with trepidation. There is more here than meets the eye. Yet.
|From left to right these are two jigs for the drill press and one for the bandsaw. It has a cut to fit around the blade. The drill press jigs fasten to the press table with bolts and wing nuts. One has a hole to fit a sanding drum. The other jig fits on the band saw table to give extra support for long pieces.
|This jig will hold 100 or more sheets of paper and allow them to be drilled for a binder. It works well and has saved me a lot of time.
|Miscellaneous pieces of high speed steel that a friend gave me. They were used in industrial planers and are still sharp but were considered too worn for the shop. I keep threatening to make scrapers from them.
|A jig to turn the router into a jointer. It works well but really needs to be set up to make sense.
|The other side
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