This child's learning tower uses a variety of woodworking techniques including mortise and tenon and pocket hole joinery. Detailed instructions can be found on the Instructables.com website (search build a learning tower).
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Kent I consider it an honor to be a friend with a fellow craftsman. I am stunned with the quality of your furniture. It is absoulutely beautiful. You have some excellent designed furniture and each one is displaying some fine craftsmanship. Every line of the design becomes an art by the flow of the wood grain. This is something that many have problems with yet your talents captures it well, Thank you for extending your friendship.
K3 problem the threaded insert is lose and will not hold setting. The k4 is worn and hard to use. I was think maybe epoxy the insert in place may fix it. I tried wood glue did hold. Anyone else had the same problem? The k4 I have thought about…Continue
I'm thinking about getting the Kreg Miter Gauge instead of building a sled for my table saw. I figure the miter gauge would have more uses and since the stock will ride on the saw table there is no drop off like with some crosscut sleds. And it…Continue
I have built many kitchens and finally decided to buy the Foreman, because my latest kitchen consisted of 28 cabinets and I was over my hand hurting from all the drilling, moving the clamp etc., it seemed like a smart choice.