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Michael Coughlin
  • Topeka, KS
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Dadoes
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Does anyone know, when you setup the dadoes, how do you know if you are cutting your dado in the right spot on the board?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Boutwell Feb 23, 2015.

Project Plans for Kreg Twin Bed
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Does anyone know where to get a set of plans for the Kreg twin bed video. Any help would be appreciated.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by KregRep Jan 24, 2014.

CRAFTSMAN OR RIKON 10" BAND SAW
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I am looking for a bench top band saw. I am down to the Rikon or Craftsman. Looking at them I see no difference. The only difference seems to be the warranty. I can get the Craftsman for $169.99 or…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken Darga Nov 5, 2013.

DADO BLADE SETS
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Does anyone know the difference between the Avenger AV-10026 and AV-84206 Dado Sets. I can't find any difference, but there must be with 2 different part numbers. Any help would be appreciated.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Schaben Jul 15, 2012.

 

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JEWELRY BOX

Zebrawood and marquetry box
Dec 21, 2018
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Jewelry Box

African Mahogany with Paduk accents.
Mar 31, 2016
Jay Boutwell replied to Michael Coughlin's discussion 'Dadoes'
"In cutting dado's there are two good ways doing it.  The first is the dado blade used on a table saw or a radial arm saw.  The second is using a router and a flat bottom bit sized to fit the adjoining member, (plywood or solid…"
Feb 23, 2015
Ken Darga replied to Michael Coughlin's discussion 'Dadoes'
"Mick, Lots of people out there trying to make a better mouse trap. I wouldn't leave home in a big hurry to go out and buy a "wiz". My preferred method is to use a simple straight edge guide and/or a dado/rabbet routing jig. One can…"
Feb 23, 2015
michael evans replied to Michael Coughlin's discussion 'Dadoes'
"Thanks Ken for the explanation on the dadowiz , you  seem to have lots of tool choices over their to do the same task ."
Feb 23, 2015
Ken Darga replied to Michael Coughlin's discussion 'Dadoes'
"Mick, At first it seems like a "wiz" that makes dado's. Doing a search on google, this came up. http://www.ptreeusa.com/PDF/dadowiz_instructions.pdf"
Feb 22, 2015
Ken Darga replied to Michael Coughlin's discussion 'Dadoes'
"Make test cuts on a suitable piece of scrap wood. Then transfer the "cut edge" on the test piece, to a marked line on your table saw surface. Use a machinist "scribe" to obtain a very fine line, of .005" wide. (.005"…"
Feb 22, 2015
michael evans replied to Michael Coughlin's discussion 'DADOWIZ'
"Hi Michael what's a dadowiz I am curious , here I use a set of homemade router jigs the router runs in a dedicated track so no mistakes as long as you set the right depth ."
Feb 22, 2015
Michael Coughlin posted a discussion

DADOWIZ

Does anyone know, when you setup the dadoes, how do you know if you are cutting your dado in the right spot on the board?See More
Feb 21, 2015
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Standing planter box

"Paperboy11780@yahoo.com Thank you"
Jun 5, 2014
Michael Coughlin commented on Michael Coughlin's album
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Standing planter box

"give me your e-mail address and I will send you the video instructions"
Jun 4, 2014
Kenny commented on Michael Coughlin's album
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Standing planter box

"How can I obtain these plans for this planter? Or can't I? I have a bunch of planter plans already, but I really like this one better. Let me know, thanks"
Jun 4, 2014
Michael Coughlin replied to Jesse Garrido's discussion 'would this be stable?'
"you glue along the edge where the two pieces join. If you glue and screw all the joints, it will hold no problem. put your pocket holes in all the horizontal pieces, then screw them to the vertical. drill your pocket holes on the insides of the wood…"
Jun 2, 2014
Michael Coughlin replied to Jesse Garrido's discussion 'would this be stable?'
"are you going to use all butt joints? Are you going to dado the inner panels? are you using glue with the pocket holes? To answer your basic question, it will remain square with pocket holes."
Jun 2, 2014
Michael Coughlin replied to Tim Donahoe's discussion 'Keeping things square'
"are you gluing and screwing. If so, use clamps to bring back into square. When glue dries, remove clamps."
Jun 2, 2014
Michael Coughlin posted a photo

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Cedar planter box with inlay highlights
Jun 2, 2014

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Which Kreg products do you own?
Kreg Jig® Jr.
How would you describe yourself?
Beginning Woodworker

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Michael Coughlin's Product Reviews

RIDGID R4512 Professional Tablesaw

If you followed my posts in the beginners forum, you can follow my progress from unboxing to cutting wood. This saw peformes beyond my expectations. Does everything I ask of it. The best tablesaw for the money. Peforms on par with saws costing 400-500.00 more. Would recommend to all. If you have any questions on setting up or use, feel free to post to me and I will answer all.

Posted on April 17, 2012 at 2:30am — 1 Comment

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Adaptive Cutting System

I really like the Adaptive Cutting System (ACS) and hope to buy it soon. My table saw really scares me as I have a bad knee that likes to buckle on me at inopportune times. I can just picture it happening at the table saw and tossing me into the saw…Continue

Started by Marshall Harrison in Beginners' Zone on Tuesday.

Ulimate K4 3 Replies

I really like my K4 pocket hole jig but I had a big cabinet project coming up so I wanted a way to clamp the boards to it faster than the toggle clamp alowed. I had seen some other people make pocket hole jigs with pneumatic cylinders in place of…Continue

Tags: k4, Pneumatic

Started by Iain Portalupi in Kreg Jig® Projects. Last reply by Marshall Harrison on Thursday.

Octagonal picnic table 2 Replies

Any plans available? Worked with wood before. Just got my Kreg5. Have a camp in the Adirondacks. Workshop there.

Started by MICHAEL FLANAGAN in Beginners' Zone. Last reply by MICHAEL FLANAGAN yesterday.

Farmhouse Table Plans 2 Replies

Dear Kregeers,I would like to try and build a farmhouse table with extensions in the middle to seat 12.I have seen some plans on Ana White and Buildsomething, along with others. Unfortunately, most, if not all the plans are for extensions at the…Continue

Started by Lupe in Beginners' Zone. Last reply by Lupe Feb 12.

Product Reviews

Merry Christmas r3

 Hi all Santa left me one under the tree the elf thar made it must have had a bad morning because one gray tab is metric and the other one is imperial help Santa what do I do

thanks Eric 

Posted by Eric Kershaw on January 8, 2019 at 6:27pm

Kreg Project Center Work Station

The Kreg Project Center is great by itself, but 2 KPC's are better than 1 when you want to set up a 12 ft. work station in a couple minutes.…

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Posted by Glenn Revheim on April 5, 2018 at 5:57am — 5 Comments

Festool Domino 500

The first thing I will do is set price aside and focus on the tool and why I bought the Domino. 

      I have orders for a few dining tables and chairs.  I have made one prototype chair, while I have all the tools to make angled…

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Posted by justin waldron on April 2, 2018 at 5:46am — 2 Comments

Kreg Foreman

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.

The…

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Posted by justin waldron on January 8, 2018 at 4:05am — 2 Comments

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