"Knowledge is acquired through experience, everything else is just information."

Albert Einstein

Japanese traditional table

A friend of mine asked me to make a Japanese table to offer to his wife. Planning After some research on the design of Japanese tables, their uses and their dimensions, I designed and drew the plans of this one. It will be a family table capable of accommodating 4 to 6 people. I wanted […]

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Essential accessories

Over the years, I provided or made myself accessories to optimize my work. Here is the list of those I find indispensable and who have particularly helped me in my work. I will update this article punctually, as and when, my acquisitions. Sharpen Veritas Mk.II Honing Guide I love Veritas tools. They are worth their […]

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Drying Rack

In all projects, the finishing stage is one of the most delicate. It is often necessary to spread the pieces to let dry. If, like me, you are confined in your workshop for this, it becomes unavailable. For example, at present, I renovate our kitchen and there are many rooms that will require drying during […]

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Workstation Front View

Mobile Workstation

This project comes from an article in the cabinetmaking magazine WOOD which I adapted the dimensions to my needs. I have a Ridgid EB4424 belt sander and a 13″ DeWalt DW735 planer, two beautiful tools that are heavy and bulky, they are not easy to handle with every use, they should be stationary and ideally […]

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Zero Clearance Insert

Furniture manufacturing requires precise and flawless cuts. For this, a “zero clearance insertion plate” aka “Zero-clearance insert” is really a “must”. In addition, it will increase your safety since it will have the advantage of avoiding falling parts between the plate and the blade. I propose you to make this simple accessory but essential to […]

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Circular Saw Guide

A circular saw cutting guide is very handy for making accurate and repetitive cuts in large wood panels. Ex. MDF or plywood sheets 4′ x 8′ (approximately 1.20 m x 2.40 m). It also avoids having to calculate the cutting line of your circular saw every time which saves significant time. The one I propose […]

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I suggest you to follow the realization of two types of molding that adorn, in large part, the rooms (walls, windows, doors, etc.) of our homes. These are baseboard and framing. There are probably hundreds models on the market but we wanted a style of our own. Rather modern and refined. After a few hours […]

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Dead & Breakfast

My girlfriend and I stayed big children and Halloween is one of our favorite holidays. Every year, we choose and establish a guiding theme. This year, we chose the theme of “Bed & Breakfast” which has become “Dead & Breakfast”. On the menu, the creation of two signs and two wooden pedestals that will host […]

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Halloween Display Stands

Randomly shopping, we found two glass domes that lent themselves well to a “mad scientist” decor for Halloween. All that was missing was simple round wooden pedestals with a groove. These displays will then be decorated with skulls, crows, skeletons, withered flowers, etc. With a little imagination, the possibilities are endless. The Stands For the […]

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