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Early PM Shop Notes Projects
So here is the third file I made up from those early (1905 - 1930) PM Shop Notes volumes. This file is not as large (41 pages) as the other two. Pickings were slim after pulling all the Romig plans for the other file. Never the less, some of these are more ...
Early PM Shop Notes Projects
Early PM Shop Notes Projects
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Finger Joint Machine And Router Table
So here are a couple of nice plans from the 1987 Popular Science Supplement. The first is a finger joint cutting machine. There are many nice plans out there for finger joint cutting jigs. Most use the table saw to do the work with various blades, blade sta...
Finger Joint Machine And Router Table
Finger Joint Machine And Router Table
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Plans By J. V. Romig
During the early 1920's Joe V. Romig was one of the most prolific authors of plans and articles for the home diy'er, His plans and articles were published in both Popular Mechanics and Popular Science. This 69 page file covers the majority of his work. I le...
Plans By J. V. Romig
Plans By J. V. Romig
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Short Plans From Pre 1930 Shop Notes
So as promised here is a 71 page collection of short plans and ideas from the pre 1930 PM Shop Notes. The 26 previous Shop Notes volumes (1905 - 1930) are widely distributed around the web and at least one company, Algrove Publishing, has reprinted them.  F...
Short Plans From Pre 1930 Shop Notes
Short Plans From Pre 1930 Shop Notes
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Rescanned Belt Sander And Internal Wood Threading
So here is a better scan of a light belt sander I posted before. I can't find the belt length stated anywhere but a rough calculation puts it at a 48" belt. If you can fine a larger double shaft motor you can double up on the belts similar to my 32" belt un...
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A Superior Sawhorse
Everybody needs a couple of good sawhorses, if you do any kind of outdoor work. Here is a very useful design from Mother Earth News's "The Home Hardware Handbook". It is a very useful design for cutting dimension lumber with the portable circular saw. On a ...
A Superior Sawhorse
A Superior Sawhorse
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Sawmill Dreams
So I spent the afternoon cleaning up my trails, getting a start on my wood pile. As mentioned before, they weren't to bad, considering how bad that winter ice storm was, so pickings were slim. A bad wind storm brought this one down just off one of the trail...
Sawmill Dreams
Sawmill Dreams
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An Inexpensive Panel Saw
So power is back on. I would like to think they replaced or repaired the piece of equipment that has caused some resent surprise outages, but more likely they were just reconnecting the cottagers for the season. The grid has been neglected for so long it's ...
An Inexpensive Panel Saw
An Inexpensive Panel Saw
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An Indicator, A Vise And A few Quickies
So back to the metalworking shop here is a plan for a nice clamp-on model maker's vise, a cleaned up and clearer scan of a test indicator for the lathe and around the shop. There is another method for cutting keyways in the lathe and a quick little jig for ...
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Log Hauler
So does Hydro run software that monitors the web for when their name is referenced, or was it just a coincidence. An hour and a half after my post yesterday I get a automated call informing me the power would be out for a couple of hours on Thursday, for gr...
Log Hauler
Log Hauler
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