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Dan Pennington - Posted - 09/08/2013:  07:51:59


If you're a DIY tools, jigs, and fixtures geek like me, you'll like this place a lot!!



homemadetools.net/category/woodworking


nograss5150 - Posted - 09/08/2013:  08:19:09


Dan, thanks for the heads up.  I'm not quite a geek about these things but that one went to my saved file.  joe  :-)



 


Dan Drabek - Posted - 09/08/2013:  09:57:35


Wow, that's a great site Dan. I could get buried in it for hours.



DD


RBuddy - Posted - 09/08/2013:  11:43:45


I just did! Took 3 hours just to drill through Frank Fords contributions. Better than going to the movies.



Thanks Dan, maybe.



Brian


rudy - Posted - 09/08/2013:  12:12:58


Interesting site with lots of good information, but a lot of it seems to be possibly done by data mining.  All of the Frank Ford tools really just re-direct your browser to Frets.com.  When you click a phot notice the re-direct URL at the bottom. Several other items I checked did the same thing, linking you to Lumberjocks, woodgears, etc.



It is useful to use as a search engine, since the photos are displayed and might alert you to a site that you were unfamiliar with.



Edited by - rudy on 09/08/2013 12:16:55

Bart Veerman - Posted - 09/08/2013:  16:56:25


Nice!!!



yes


Ken LeVan - Posted - 09/08/2013:  17:43:23


Very cool stuff!




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