Michael Mirco

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Adding a hidden compartment.                                                                                                                                                                                 More #WoodworkingTips

Adding a hidden compartment. More #WoodworkingTips

How to Build Shaker Doors

How to Build Shaker Doors

Diy: custom command pod (diy sim pit) CP-1

Someone over on the Elite: Dangerous forums mentioned that there's a lot of activity with people building control panels, sim pits and such.

Table saw tips, techniques, cabinet, portable, benchtop, enclosed, bench top, blades, teeth, cross cutting, ripping, tricks.

Table saw tips, techniques, cabinet, portable, benchtop, enclosed, bench top, blades, teeth, cross cutting, ripping, tricks.

Use a framing square to draw a perfect circle:

Draw a circle with a square - Tack two nails to set the diameter you want, then rotate a framing square against the nails while you hold a pencil in the corner of the square. Rub a little wax on the square so it slides easily.

Use a framing square to draw a perfect circle:

Draw a circle with a square - Tack two nails to set the diameter you want, then rotate a framing square against the nails while you hold a pencil in the corner of the square. Rub a little wax on the square so it slides easily.

Vacuum dust and chips right at the source! Bolt a 2-in. pot magnet (available at home centers and hardware stores) to a 4-in. x 2-in. PVC pipe reducer and position it near the sander, saw, router or lathe that’s making a dust storm in your shop. A 2-in. shop vacuum hose “press-fits” nicely in the 2-in. reducer end, and the pot magnet ferociously grips any metal surface. If the working surface near the dust source is wood, screw a blank steel electrical box cover to the surface to hold the…

Vacuum dust and chips right at the source! Bolt a 2-in. pot magnet (available at home centers and hardware stores) to a 4-in. x 2-in. PVC pipe reducer and position it near the sander, saw, router or lathe that’s making a dust storm in your shop. A 2-in. shop vacuum hose “press-fits” nicely in the 2-in. reducer end, and the pot magnet ferociously grips any metal surface. If the working surface near the dust source is wood, screw a blank steel electrical box cover to the surface to hold the…

Vacuum dust and chips right at the source! Bolt a 2-in. pot magnet (available at home centers and hardware stores) to a 4-in. x 2-in. PVC pipe reducer and position it near the sander, saw, router or lathe that’s making a dust storm in your shop. A 2-in. shop vacuum hose “press-fits” nicely in the 2-in. reducer end, and the pot magnet ferociously grips any metal surface. If the working surface near the dust source is wood, screw a blank steel electrical box cover to the surface to hold the…

Vacuum dust and chips right at the source! Bolt a 2-in. pot magnet (available at home centers and hardware stores) to a 4-in. x 2-in. PVC pipe reducer and position it near the sander, saw, router or lathe that’s making a dust storm in your shop. A 2-in. shop vacuum hose “press-fits” nicely in the 2-in. reducer end, and the pot magnet ferociously grips any metal surface. If the working surface near the dust source is wood, screw a blank steel electrical box cover to the surface to hold the…