Wood slabs can make great tables. The problem is getting them flat. The coolest slabs are usually too big to go through a planer or sander, and end grain slabs shouldn’t go through a planer anyway. Fortunately, there is an easy way to flatten any oversized board using a shop-made jig and a router. Here’s how.
Another of my wife's favourite things. Lacewood and walnut. I must be honest; the design was (very) strongly inspired by a box in one of those marvellous 'Fine Woodworking' Design Books. Thank you to whoever made that original.
Homemade drill press table enabling utilization of a sanding drum's entire surface area. A replaceable insert accommodates sanding drums of different diameters. The hollow table is connected via hose to a dust collector.