In the last week I have completed removal of the old kitchen, so I now have a large empty room, and it is time to start putting things back together.
I wrote previously about a little project to turn my circular saw into a table saw. Last time I was just fixing the structure around the circular saw itself. Now I have a whole table up and running.
As someone that spends a lot of time in my workshop, using tools and making things, these words echo in my memory: "Well I had to remove the safety guard to get a better angle..." Maybe my memory is unreliable, but that is how I remember my father explaining how he had caught his thumb with an angle grinder, and later a router.
I've been a little quiet on the blog for a little while, because we've been in the process of moving house. Lots of packing and worrying about logistics etc. Of course the biggest question mark was the moving of the workshop!
I very recently completed rebuilding the y and z axis of my homebuilt CNC router. However even as I was finishing that build, I knew the z-axis design was no good.