By Georgette Porter. Power Tools. Published at Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 - 11:06:28 AM.
3. You can cut very thick lumber with a bandsaw. The one I made will cut a depth of 12 inches, which is not possible to do with a table saw. 4. You can make resaw cuts on lumber with a bandsaw to make bookend type doors or plaques, as one side will be a mirror image to the other. You can also resaw lumber and make thin boards for such projects as miniatures. With my saw I was able to make small outhouse toilet paper holders, kleenex holders and other miniature outhouses for a friend that had outhouse decor in her spare bathroom.
When I was looking around in my shop where I had accumulated odds and ends from many different sources, such as going to auctions, tearing apart machinery that no longer worked and throwing the engine in a corner of the shop,or seeing something that a friend thought was junk and looked like an opportunity to me so I would take it home and let it collect dust, I thought there had to be something I could do with all this stuff instead of just letting it sit around and get rustier and dirtier.
Freestanding shed - The typical barn style shed design creates a large open space. Fluorescent light fixtures are the simplest and cost efficient choice in illuminating the work space. For a 12 x 14 foot shed two four foot fluorescent lights illuminate the space very well. Mount a four foot fluorescent light fixture to the underside of the overhead storage to light up the space.
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