Scrap Plywood Bookshelf

I used my leftover plywood to make a much needed bookshelf. Here’s how! Cutting to length and width Since my scrap were all of different lengths and widths, I first cut them to desired length and later ripped them all to a consistent width on the table saw. Joinery Pocket screws were used s…
By: 2doggarage

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How to | Build the Ultimate Adirondack Chair

The Jackman Works adirondack chair is back! This time something a little different with a walk through video. I love how many people are using my plans to build these for themselves and I get a lot of questions so I figured this build needed a more detailed video. This was my last batch in the shop …
By: JackmanWorks

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Cheap & Easy DIY Dust Collector

Watch the video to see how I did it!This is a fantastic, cheap, and extremely easy way to minimize dust in your shop while saving the filter on your existing shop vac! Very cheap to build as it only requires your existing shop vac hose, one more hose, a bucket, and two PVC elbows. Make sure to pick …
By: Woodness Goodness

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Light Display With Stroke Sensor and Arduino

This is a light display controlled by an Arduino and a stroke sensor. When the stroke sensor is activated, the brightness of the displays can change accordingly. Prepare the materials For this project, you will need:Two Neopixel LED StripsOne Arduino UNOTwo 18×24 Acrylic SheetsOne 18×24 1/8" Craf…
By: DuyenL4

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