Paul Nortier

Paul Nortier

"We are always pleased to meet you and got the meat to please you" Butcher in England, 20th cenctury
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Router Storage Dit in french cleat In een schuif de accessoires en in de andere de bits. Of een rekje eronder met de bits zichtbaar

Router Storage Dit in french cleat In een schuif de accessoires en in de andere de bits. Of een rekje eronder met de bits zichtbaar

Custom Pegboard Tool Holders | Woodsmith Tips

Custom Pegboard Tool Holders | Woodsmith Tips

router bit organizer - Google Search

router bit organizer - Google Search

Hanging Forstner-Bit Holder Woodworking Plan

Hanging Forstner-Bit Holder Woodworking Plan

Tooling organization - The Garage Journal Board

Tooling organization - The Garage Journal Board

Need to make this and attach to a French cleat.

Need to make this and attach to a French cleat.

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DIY Tip of the Day: Skip Taping, Use Blinds. Slats from an old Venetian blind work great for shielding trim from paint. Cut the strings to free the slats, then tape the string holes in the slats so paint can’t leak through. To use, press the slat firmly along the junction of the wall and trim. Bring several slats to the job and use fresh ones as needed. Thanks to reader Carl Brinnel for this blindingly bright tip.

DIY Tip of the Day: Skip Taping, Use Blinds. Slats from an old Venetian blind work great for shielding trim from paint. Cut the strings to free the slats, then tape the string holes in the slats so paint can’t leak through. To use, press the slat firmly along the junction of the wall and trim. Bring several slats to the job and use fresh ones as needed. Thanks to reader Carl Brinnel for this blindingly bright tip.

DIY Tip of the Day: Extended Portable Workbench. If you like your portable workbench but sometimes need a larger work surface, here’s what to do. Screw a 2x4 to a 4 x4-ft. sheet of 1/2-in. plywood, then just clamp the 2x4 onto the workbench and you’re ready to go. And since the extra work surface is fairly slim, it stores easily.

DIY Tip of the Day: Extended Portable Workbench. If you like your portable workbench but sometimes need a larger work surface, here’s what to do. Screw a 2x4 to a 4 x4-ft. sheet of 1/2-in. plywood, then just clamp the 2x4 onto the workbench and you’re ready to go. And since the extra work surface is fairly slim, it stores easily.

DIY Tip of the Day: Router gripper. Use a carpet gripper or non-slip rug pad as a router pad. A 2 x 4-ft. pad costs about one-third as much as a router pad. The material securely holds the wood on top of your workbench while you rout away.   - Melvin O. Runkel

DIY Tip of the Day: Router gripper. Use a carpet gripper or non-slip rug pad as a router pad. A 2 x 4-ft. pad costs about one-third as much as a router pad. The material securely holds the wood on top of your workbench while you rout away. - Melvin O. Runkel