Federico Sintucci

Federico Sintucci

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Cervia, Italy / Web designer & developer.
Federico Sintucci
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Build a Drop Down Workbench |-No shop is complete without a workbench, but not everyone’s shop space allows room for a big, freestanding bench. This bench offers a sturdy place for all your shop chores, and folds down flat against the wall when not in use to save space. FREE PLANS at buildsomething.com

No shop is complete without a workbench, but not everyone’s shop space allows room for a big, freestanding bench. This bench offers a sturdy place for all your shop chores, and folds down flat against the wall when not in use to save space.

If your garage isn't big enough for your car and a workbench, you could get a smaller car. Or you could build a fold-down workbench. This one sets up in seconds and eats up zero floor space when not in use. The only things you'll need are a 2x4, a pair of beefy hinges, a couple of threaded pipes and flanges, and a handful of screws. For a work surface, we used a 30-in. solid-core door, but you can use other materials such as two layers of 3/4-in. plywood glued together. To set up the…

DIY Tips for Your Garage: If your garage isn't big enough for your car and a workbench, build a fold-down workbench. This one sets up in seconds and eats up zero floor space when not in use.

Woodworking sanding - nice picture

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Router Table Plan – Build Your Own Router Table | DIY for Home Router Table Plan…

Nice router table and simple to build! It's just too bad I now can't afford a router or any router bits ! Router Table Plan - Build Your Own Router Table

Suction Sanding Table This is a project I have been wanted to do for a while but since I got a smaller hose that attaches to my ROS I kinda put it on the back burner. I decided to go ahead and do it. I used pine and some pegboard. I also used some thin paneling for the inside tapered bottoms. I tapered it all to the side hoping it will all go to the suction hole in side. Initially I plan to use it with my shop vac. I haven’t used it yet but it sucked pretty good just throwing some dust up on…

This is a project I have been wanted to do for a while but since I got a smaller hose that attaches to my ROS I kinda put it on the back burner. I decided to go ahead and do it. I used pine and some pegboard. I also used some thin paneling for .