Picture of the Day - Mike Brown's Disc Sander. Mike Brown's Disc SanderAug. 24, 2015 Mike Brown sent in some pictrures of his 12 inch disc sander: He used a very inexpensive second hand motor and an aluminum disc he already had left over from a Shopsmith.
Here are some more views: He did not include a tilting table of any sort but thinks he may someday add it. I think it looks pretty good as it is. Thanks to Mike Brown for submitting the photos of his well-built machine. Visit often to see things we find interesting, either from our own experience or elsewhere in the world. If you have a photo you think is interesting or humourous, feel free to send it our way at email@example.com. And sign up for convenient email updates to stay on top of the latest projects and build articles. Homemade Press Drill Mini Milling Mill Router DIY Spindle Slide Machine. Cristiana Felgueiras' Jointer Made from a Planer - Featured Video Project. Cosmas B's Homemade Table Saw - Featured Video Project #24. Cosmas B's Homemade Table SawAug. 5, 2015 Similar to yesterday's video, today's video is of a tablesaw build.
Cosmas B starts with a circular saw and a pile of plywood and mdf and quickly makes a fully-functional tablesaw. It's almost too pretty to use. For more videos, Cosmas B's YouTube Channel is a great place to visit. Make sure you heed the warning found here for your own personal safety. Sign up for convenient email updates to stay on top of the latest projects and build articles. Marius Hornberger's K-Body Clamp Build - Featured Video Project #7. Marius Hornberger's K-Body Clamp BuildJuly 13, 2015.
How To Make A Band Saw Blade Sharpening Jig. Homemade Clamps And VisesJuly 8, 2015 Band Saw Blade Sharpening Jig This one was a spur of the moment thing just to see how well it would work, so I didn't put a lot of time or effort into it.
In spite of that, it worked great and I can't see any reason to refine the design. I guess it was Matthias Wandel that popularized sharpening band saw blades using a Dremel mototool, and this is an extension of that. The jig allows you to sharpen the blade without taking it off of the machine. I started with a scrap of 2x8 that is about 9" long. I added a base to the block using a piece of 1/2" plywood.
With the basic jig made, I could fine tune the angle by loosening the screws and rotating the Dremel until it was exactly right: The band saw fence was set to put the grinding wheel centred on the blade. The results are impressive, it took roughly 10 minutes to sharpen a 120" blade. Of course, it can be changed to suit your size saw, but this should work for most. Other Interesting Projects: MLCS Router Table Tool Stands. All customer reviews and ratings Average Customer Rating: (4 reviews) Add your own review for this product Roller Support Router Table Tool Stand (5/5), Jan 25, 2014 By J.
Ross (Suffolk Va US) I purchased the Roller Extension Support Table along with the Router Table with an Aluminum Fence. Great Versatile Stand (5/5), Mar 9, 2012. Armé una impresora 3D y te la muestro! - Taringa! Saludos linces!
En esta ocasión vengo a mostrarles lo que es la impresión 3D. La conocí aprox. a los 14 años (actualmente tengo 18) buscando proyectos para hacer en arduino (Un entorno de programación la cual explicaré más adelante). Pero vamos a lo primero... Que catzo es una impresión 3D? Según wikipedia: La impresión 3D es un grupo de tecnologías de fabricación por adición donde un objeto tridimensional es creado mediante la superposición de capas sucesivas de material. Desde 2003 ha habido un gran crecimiento en la venta de impresoras 3D. Armé una impresora 3D y te la muestro! - Taringa! Wonderful DIY Can Rocket Stove. This Rocket Stove is perfect for camping.
It’s easy and getting lots of fun . Tutorial via Log Cabin Cooking. Air engine 2. I had previously built a reciprocating air engine out of wood back in 1985, and posted it here in 2007.
I received a number of enquiries for plans for that engine, but the design for that air engine wasn't really one that lent itself to building from plans. So I came up with a better design for my air engine 2. One of the trickiest bits of the engine is making the crankshaft. The main crank for the engine is actually directly off the flywheel, but a secondary crank is needed to actuate the sliding valve assembly. This secondary crank only has a 6 mm throw to it, so I could make it by gluing another piece of dowel to the main shaft. The initial cut away was made with a band saw, but the rest I carefully carved out by hand.
I made a guide to check how much to cut away. Once I was satisfied that the middle part of my crankshaft was sufficiently round, I made two reinforcing plates to glue on either side of it. The finished crankshaft (after varnishing) There are no gaskets in the assembly. Homemade Mini Wood Mill Router Milling Machine by Slide Axis CNC and Table Press Drill. Альтернативный аналог Домино. Portable Mortising Router - part 1. Homemade "Kreg Jig"Pockethole Machine Drilling Hardwood 4. Wooden Tool Man.