I needed a way to organize the various rulers, squares, curves, etc. that I use regularly. I had seen some ruler racks that are just horizontal slits in a board, but I wanted something more secure, and able to fit pretty much any ruler with no moment or risk of falling out if its bumped. The lock uses kids rubber bounce balls in a tapered track that wedge against the tool when pulled downward and release when lifted back up slightly. Getting a lot of questions about the pen I use in this video is called a "long nose pattern marker" check ti out here http://amzn.to/1I0isxI == Check us out at == Home Page : http://tableft.com Facebook: http://goo.gl/Ke5UMM Google+: http://goo.gl/uaxVLk Instagram: http://goo.gl/bbJ4nL Twitter: http://goo.gl/yy3lqm Pinterest: http://goo.gl/ouAmC2 Instructables: http://goo.gl/R7T612 == Help support the show == Shirts: http://goo.gl/7JG8it Patreon: http://goo.gl/GP91bZ Paypal: http://goo.gl/n6fSGx Tool Links: http://goo.gl/3Q6XEk
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After all the talk, time for some action. Basically, turned some axles and cut some MDF, then drilled a bunch of holes to connect them together. Special thanks to Hector for the design. Check out their official plans at: www.aw-thinkbold.com Introduction (yes, i know, feels like an essay): https://youtu.be/8uDOHP1AK20 Part 1: https://youtu.be/omGyi0elagM Part 2: https://youtu.be/ocsDtjkgBu4 Part 3: https://youtu.be/1vvUsqqzpMs Part 4: https://youtu.be/MMKjO1SuXuc A project where Murphy is so very alive. All metal used in this build is from the local metal supermarket (this is not their actual name either) and are mild steel. Any method or rules discussed in the video is entirely made up by me and has low ecological validity as I have only seen them work on me, thus may not apply to everyone out there. Best way is to try it yourself and gain knowledge through your own empirical experience (TOK teacher pls be proud of me). Credits: Hector's format table saw https://woodgears.ca/reader/hector/tablesaw.html Myself For playing the piano Joyce Leong “Say Something” piano sheets and tutoring video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7Deo46DaZU DUN-DUN-DUN sound effect https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bW7Op86ox9g Dark Parodies Believer Silent Partner Vacation Uke ALBIS Help support me on patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4569570 Check out my Instagram page for more frequent updates: https://www.instagram.com/steven_zhang41/
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Here is a step by step tutorial on how to make a growth chart ruler to track a child's height. I also have a written tutorial posted on my blog here: http://wilkerdos.blogspot.com/2013/06/diy-growth-chart-ruler.html Click here to purchase: http://wilkerdos.com/product/growth-ruler-template/ Follow and support me here: Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/wilkerdos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilker_dos/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=257047 Website: https://www.wilkerdos.com/
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There are easier and faster ways to get accuracy in woodworking than using a ruler (rule) as many projects involve repeat 'copy' operations. Jeremy Broun Woodworking Books, DVDs, E-books, Plans etc: http://woodomain.wixsite.com/mediastore Furniture making and design: http://www.jeremybroun.co.uk Music (guitar): http://www.jeremybroun.co.uk/acousticfusion/ Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/jeremybrounfrsa/?fref=ts Blog: http://jeremybroun.blogspot.co.uk/ Subscribe to woodomain channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGv3ul8Ex9sJPzxf2Dubtqw?sub_confirmation=1
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Need a joint that adds both form and function to your drop-leaf table? Then you need a rule joint, which provides a clean decorative edge even when the table leaves are folded down. You can rout the joint using two common router bits: a cove bit and a round-over bit with matching cutting diameters. Master Craftsman Chuck Hedlund shows you how to make one. Buy plans for the drop-leaf table shown in the video here: http://www.woodstore.net/plans/furniture/tables/1376-Drop-Leaf-Table.html?a=youtube Buy the router bit set here: http://amzn.to/20PWs5b Subscribe to the WOOD YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Wood Subscribe to WOOD magazine: http://www.woodmagazine.com/subscribe Get digital issues for iPad, Kindle, and more: http://www.woodmagazine.com/digital Official website: http://www.woodmagazine.com Shop for woodworking project plans at: http://www.woodstore.net?a=youtube Read tool reviews from WOOD editors and other real woodworkers at: http://www.reviewatool.com Facebook http://www.facebook.com/woodmagazine Twitter http://www.twitter.com/WOOD_Magazine Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/woodmagazine/
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In this video I go over how I design my woodworking projects, an upcoming project and a couple of things I picked up for my design corner. Support me on Patreon! http://patreon.com/darbinorvar Supplies (Affiliated Links) MYLIFEUNIT Stainless Steel Drawing Compass Geometry Tools - http://amzn.to/1Qs03BA Faber-Castell Wallet Pitt Pen Nibs Art Set, Assorted - http://amzn.to/1L1y09X Alumicolor Pocket Architect Scale, 6", Black - http://amzn.to/1Wz8dGS Singer 60-Inch Tape Measure - http://amzn.to/1Qs0b4b US Art Supply 2" x 2" Mini Professional Primed Stretched Canvas - http://amzn.to/1Qs0c87 Fiskars Swing Arm Protractor, Color Received May Vary (12-95400J) - http://amzn.to/1Tso5M0 How to find Linn @ Darbin Orvar http://darbinorvar.com/shoppe - Woodworking Items for Sale http://youtube.com/darbinnotes - My Second Channel http://twitter.com/darbinorvar http://instagram.com/darbinorvar http://patreon.com/darbinorvar http://darbinorvar.com/podcast - Check out all the Podcasts!
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If you would like to help support our channel, there are a number of ways. One way is direct support through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/KingsFineWoodworking Another is by purchasing things you might need through our Amazon link. You pay the same and they pay us a small fee. https://www.amazon.com/shop/kingsfinewoodworking You can also help without spending anything, just by liking and sharing our videos. Thank you for your support. We love teaching the world to do woodworking. GET PLANS HERE: https://kingsfinewoodworking.com/collections/project-plans-for-sale/products/plans-for-the-extreme-crosscut-miter-dado-table-saw-sled I needed a crosscut sled to replace the ones that I keep ruining because I turn them into dado sleds every time a have to cut a quick dado. Doing this makes the saw blade opening in the bottom of the sled too wide to be zero clearance for the sawblade. And just as bad is when I have to switch sawblades out for one with a thin kerf. I needed a way to make my cross cut sled have change-able zero clearance inserts for each different thing that I use. I figured if my table saw can have an insert plate, so can my cross-cut sled! In addition, I wanted to have a miter sled. I don’t like pulling out my Incra Miter 5000 each time I want to make a 45 degree cut, like for a picture frame. So I designed a system that allows for absolutely perfect miters. I used the rules of geometry to cut and make a PERFECT 45-45-90 triangle. Anyone can do it, and I show you how. After I made that, I cut a perfect picture frame in less than 2 minutes. And I not only cut dados with my dado blade, this Table saw sled combined with my dado blade makes a perfect tenoning jig, with flawless shoulders. I will show you exactly how to accomplish that with this sled. I hope you enjoy. Tools used in this build Countersink Bit http://amzn.to/2kVk4qS Good Quality Economy Tap and Die set http://amzn.to/2xK2yHB Straight Edge clamp saw guide http://amzn.to/2x0e4yI Vix Bits (Self centering drill bits) http://amzn.to/2zdReVc Countersink Pre-drill bit http://amzn.to/2x1nDh6 Tablesaw Dado Blade http://amzn.to/2wZH7m1 Forrest Woodworker II (best tablesaw blade) http://amzn.to/2ztCmCS Best Carbide Forstner drill bits http://amzn.to/2zdGZ3e Materials used in this build: Hold down clamp http://amzn.to/2ytpiim Auto lock t-track hold down clamp http://amzn.to/2gJta5J Aluminum miter bars http://amzn.to/2ytrNBD Universal T-track with hold-down clamps http://amzn.to/2yr14nt Universal T-track http://amzn.to/2ysVCC8 Kreg Top Track http://amzn.to/2yOTSVf Kreg Production Stop http://amzn.to/2ytwriZ Cap Screws http://amzn.to/2zfF6CX Countersink Screws http://amzn.to/2xKApQz Blind Nuts/T-nuts http://amzn.to/2zdXlZy CA Glue & Activator http://amzn.to/2x08Nr1 Titebond III http://amzn.to/2yt15c0 Minwax Paste Wax http://amzn.to/2x1mFBy Thanks to both Nick Ferry and William Ng, whose videos I saw a long time ago. They are both fantastic. Nick Ferry’s Crosscut Sled with 5-cut Method https://youtu.be/ZtwK9X8o1Gw William Ng’s Crosscut Sled with 5-cut Method https://youtu.be/UbG-n--LFgQ I invite you to join our Kings Fine Woodworking Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/KingsFineWoodworkingCommunity/ Get help on your projects. Share pictures of your work in our gallery. Get advice from master woodworkers, and more. Learn new tricks, tips and techniques.
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Increase your shop workspace by adding t-track mounted tools to benches. Levi modifies an old belt sander so that it can slide forward and lock firmly in place seconds. This a rock solid mounting system for power tools that can easily be removed from the bench entirely as projects arise. Subscribe to Drawbridge Props on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Drawbridgeprops_and_armoury?sub_confirmation=1 DRAWBRIDGE PROPS & ARMOURY ► PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/drawbridgeprops ► ETSY: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/Drawbridgeprops ► GALLERY OF WORK: http://www.drawbridgeprops.com ► FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/drawbridgeprops ► INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/drawbridgeprops ► PINTEREST: http://www.pinterest.com/drawbridgeprops ► IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1976672/?r ► TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/drawbridgeprops MY WORKSHOP TOOLS: ► Makita Power File: https://amzn.to/2qYEX4g ► Foredom: https://amzn.to/2Khoa5p ► Wood Burner: https://amzn.to/2FhDYRW ► Tandy Leather Rotary Punch: https://amzn.to/2Huh67S ► Hand Sewing Punch: https://amzn.to/2HquuKd ► Cleco Fastener Kit: https://amzn.to/2vOO51e ► Hand held bolt cutter: https://amzn.to/2I0WGjE ► Swedish Hammer: https://amzn.to/2Hru8TJ ► Rounding Hammer: https://amzn.to/2r0UBft ► Adjustable Ruler: https://amzn.to/2FgCRC4 ► Big Profile Gauge: https://amzn.to/2qZzkmE ► Best Utility Knife: https://amzn.to/2HrSg4w ► Black Olfa Blades: https://amzn.to/2HXZsq0 ► Glue Gun: https://amzn.to/2KfIXGK ► Leather Dye: https://amzn.to/2HOXA5b ► Metal Patina: https://amzn.to/2r1Qikj ► Rust Remover: https://amzn.to/2HrLDix ► Armour & Wood Wax Polish: https://amzn.to/2qYGkzW MY VIDEO EQUIPMENT: ► Main Camera: https://amzn.to/2HxdGNL ► Main Lens: https://amzn.to/2FhwsXd ► VLOG Lens: https://amzn.to/2HuQ6B4 ► Bendy Tripod: https://amzn.to/2Jq2KSm ► Big Tripod: https://amzn.to/2HwRsvb ► Slider: https://amzn.to/2qZtXUo I’m a YouTuber and creator working in Vancouver, British Columbia. I love creating new videos to share the videos with the world. Levi Woods Drawbridge Props & Armoury
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Building a small stepping stool for my boys from an old log. Home Page : http://tableft.com Facebook: http://goo.gl/Ke5UMM Google+: http://goo.gl/uaxVLk Instagram: http://goo.gl/rfDoI1 Twitter: http://goo.gl/yy3lqm Pinterest: http://goo.gl/ouAmC2 Instructables: http://goo.gl/R7T612 Support the show Patreon: http://goo.gl/GP91bZ Paypal: http://goo.gl/n6fSGx Tool Links: http://goo.gl/3Q6XEk
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Woodworking, making end grain cutting boards, chessboards, jewelry boxes, etc. - http://mtmwood.com/en/ Woodworking plans - http://mtmwood.com/en/?route=product/category&path=92 My CNC machine - https://www.cnc-step.de/en/cnc-router-machine/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mtmwood/ https://www.zazzle.com/mtmwood My children - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBhdoEqUakT7mj6jIQ8bahg Checkout the store -- http://lexonly.com?rfsn=1303422.8d643 BEST SELLER Wooden Watches -- http://bit.ly/2jMB9QB
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A few people were asking for more details about the small whistle I mentioned at the end of my train whistle video. You can make it with just hand tools. You will need a 3/4" dowel and a 3/8" dowel. And a 3/8" drill bit. My main channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/stevinmarin The train whistle: http://youtu.be/43nYG_HQxE8
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Infinity Cutting Tools - How to Flatten a Live-Edge Slab with a Router More info: http://www.infinitytools.com/shop-essentials/education/woodworking-plans-projects/slab-flattening-router-jig Blog: http://www.infinitytools.com/blog//2016/06/22/how-to-flatten-a-slab/ Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/InfinityTools?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InfinityCuttingTools/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/InfinityTools1 Don't miss Parts 2 & 3 of this video series! Part 2: https://youtu.be/HOeRtajl0b0 Part 3: https://youtu.be/4qB8LPqfNfM Watch Andrew Gibson demonstrate how to flatten a live-edge slab using a shop-built routing sled. Download a 3D SketchUp model of the sled and read the blog post here: http://www.infinitytools.com/shop-essentials/education/woodworking-plans-projects/slab-flattening-router-jig Products Used: Triton 3-1/4 HP Router: http://www.infinitytools.com/triton-3-1-4-hp-dual-mode-precision-plunge-router-tra001 Large Router Base Plate: http://www.infinitytools.com/routing/router-jigs-guides/router-base-plates-and-bushings/new-arrivals Mega Dado & Planer Bit: http://www.infinitytools.com/routing/router-bits/carbide/groove-making-router-bits/dado-planer-router-bits Router Bit Collet Extension: http://www.infinitytools.com/router-collet-extensions Kreg Pocket Hole System: http://www.infinitytools.com/shop-essentials/cabinetry-and-joinery/kreg-tool-joinery-systems Half-Face Respirator: http://www.infinitytools.com/shop-essentials/safety-gear/half-face-respirator Turbo Safety Glasses: http://www.infinitytools.com/shop-essentials/safety-gear/turbo-safety-glasses Ear Muffs: http://www.infinitytools.com/shop-essentials/safety-gear/silencer-earmuffs See other safety gear and personal protective equipment here: http://www.infinitytools.com/shop-essentials/safety-gear
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I was recently making some small wooden boxes and a sliderule and found it difficult to plane the wood accurately to the same thickness on all the pieces, so i decided to make a thicknesser for my plane. Even if you have a machine you can't feed in very small pieces. Of coarse this does have to be made accurately and i am able to use a milling machine for drilling.
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This time I will shop you, how to make a simple and accurate table saw fence for homemade table saw. How I made a homemade table saw: https://youtu.be/vV691tXe4RQ How I made a crosscut sled for table saw: https://youtu.be/HXPbGWrV1E4 Due to factors beyond the control of WellDoneTips, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. WellDoneTips assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. WellDoneTips recommends safe practices when working with the tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of WellDoneTips, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not WellDoneTips.
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▼▼ MORE INFO HERE ▼▼ - Instagram - http://instagram.com/dpmakestuff - Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/dpmakestuff - Website - http://www.dpmakestuff.com I made a quick router fence a few years ago and since that day, building a better one was on my to-do list. This one is made from Baltic Birch plywood and features adjustable front plates, dust collection and a T-Track so I can use the sliding flip stop from my table saw fence for repeatable cuts. The whole thing is made to be very lightweight with a small footprint for easy storage. It gets clamped to my table saw fence since my router table is built into my saw, but it is versatile enough to work on any fence or be modified for other applications (t-track tables etc.) Plans are available on my website! Links —Threaded Inserts - http://amzn.to/2mpNnzg —Thumb Screws - http://amzn.to/2mHkv7L —T-Track - http://amzn.to/2nkVdJA —Sliding Flip Stop - http://amzn.to/2nl8zFL —Titebond Glue - http://amzn.to/1TmiBAs —Glue Bottle - http://amzn.to/1SirgW7 —Ruler - http://amzn.to/2bOARY4 —Sharpies - http://amzn.to/2aekAWZ —Masking Tape - http://amzn.to/2anrVD7 —Marking Gauge - http://amzn.to/1Sir894 —Chisels - http://amzn.to/2ci2RRz —Forstner Drill Bits - http://amzn.to/2bRDTMk Shop Equipment —Saw Stop - http://amzn.to/2ctLWdP —Band Saw - http://amzn.to/2c72OZN —Rockler Stuff - http://amzn.to/2bYUGJf —Lathe - http://amzn.to/2e9IjMN —X Carve CNC - https://www.inventables.com/technologies/x-carve Audio Video Things & Stuff —Camera - http://amzn.to/2fHAUH8 —Tripod - http://amzn.to/2fq28AW —Lights - http://amzn.to/2fPTM6b —Microphone - http://amzn.to/2fq7s7j —Tripod - http://amzn.to/2fHCrgr —Adapter - http://amzn.to/2fHu6JK —Pop Shield - http://amzn.to/2eqYGS3 —Computer - http://amzn.to/2fHA25n
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See how I made a simple miter saw station! Sponsored Promo Code: “make” for $50 off a premium mattress: http://www.casper.com/make Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/1k8msFr Second Channel: http://bit.ly/iltms-2 MORE PROJECTS, POSTS AND EVENTS http://www.iliketomakestuff.com In my old shop, I never really had room for a proper miter station. I dealt with it but also ways to move things out of the way to cut an 8' piece of material and come up with creative (and some times dangerous) stop block situations. In the new shop, I have plenty of space, so it was time to make a dedicated place to use the miter saw. I didn't want to go overboard with storage or complexity and wanted it to still be relatively compact. I also had 2 days to build it in between projects, so it had to be simple.The only real requirements for me were that it had to be cheap, easy, fast and it needed a sliding stop block system. I think I hit all of those points while still getting a solid work surface that has PLENTY of space for future improvement in the form of storage. There is space above and below to add storage and the simply dust collection ports help keep the whole area clean. Check it out, and if you want to build you own, click below GET DIGITAL PLANS https://www.iliketomakestuff.com/product/miter-saw-station-digital-plan/ TOOLS & SUPPLIES: http://amzn.to/2xkEzOJ - Lego Shirt https://kit.com/iliketomakestuff/miter-saw-station https://kit.com/iliketomakestuff/my-woodworking-tools https://kit.com/iliketomakestuff/shop-safety-gear Want to support ILTMS? Get exclusive content and more... http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/patreon BUY A SHIRT, STICKER, DIGITAL PLANS and MORE!! http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/store FOLLOW: http://twitter.com/iliketomakestuf http://www.twitch.tv/iliketomakestuff http://instagram.com/iliketomakestuff http://facebook.com/iltms
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This video was originally published on December 19, 2008 & was never added to YouTube...until today! Original post on our site with additional information, plans, questions & comments: http://www.thewoodwhisperer.com/videos/humble-pie/ Ever wish you could fast forward 5 years and see how your projects are holding up? That would certainly be useful information as it would let you know what worked, and what didn't. So in this episode, I pull out a number of old projects and examine them closely for damage, flaws and evidence of wood movement. I'll also go over the joinery used in each project and what you can expect from them over time. And the grand finale is my chess board (the second project I ever made). Let's just say that you should never underestimate the power of wood movement. Incidentally, if you answered our viewer survey this past summer, you've already seen this episode. Are you a Humble Woodworker? Just for fun, take this little quiz http://www.quizmarketing.com/are-you-a-humble-woodworker1 created by Garrett over at http://ToolCrib.com The Wood Whisperer is education and entertainment for the modern woodworker! Find more at http://thewoodwhisperer.com & don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thewoodwhisperer Connect with us! Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/woodwhisperer Like us on Facebook http://facebook.com/thewoodwhisperer Pin us on Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/woodwhisperer/ Learn more about our premium project videos at http://thewoodwhispererguild.com
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Please check the build article for more detail: https://ibuildit.ca/tips/install-drawer-slides-the-easy-way/ Special guest appearance by Art Mulder: Art's channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/wordsnwood Ways you can help support this channel: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=865843&ty=h Project plans for sale: https://ibuildit.ca/plans/ More videos on my second woodworking channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/IBuildIt My home reno channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/IBuildItHome My "Scrap bin" channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/IBuildItScrapBin Website: https://ibuildit.ca/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/I-Build-It-258048014240900/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i_build_it.ca/
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I made some really simple speaker stands using different tools! This video is sponsored by 3M. Check them out at http://bit.ly/2xkN9he The content and opinions expressed here are that of Bob Clagett. Riding a scooter can be dangerous. Use common sense and wear appropriate safety gear, such as a helmet and shoes Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/1k8msFr Second Channel: http://bit.ly/iltms-2 MORE PROJECTS, POSTS AND EVENTS http://www.iliketomakestuff.com TOOLS & SUPPLIES: https://kit.com/iliketomakestuff/my-woodworking-tools https://kit.com/iliketomakestuff/shop-safety-gear Leg Template: https://www.iliketomakestuff.com/different-ways-make-simple-speaker-stands/ Twitch Stream Every Wednesday @ 11am EST: www.twitch.tv/iliketomakestuff I WROTE A BOOK!! http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/makingtime Want to support ILTMS? Get exclusive content and more... http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/patreon BUY A SHIRT, STICKER, DIGITAL PLANS and MORE!! http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/store FOLLOW: http://twitter.com/iliketomakestuf http://www.twitch.tv/iliketomakestuff http://instagram.com/iliketomakestuff http://facebook.com/iltms I wanted to cross off a simple project from my growing list of crazy ideas. I had to look no further than the audio monitors on my desk. In this project, I'm going to make a pair of hardwood speaker stands. I have made a conscious effort to practice 3d modeling in Fusion 360 more. When I decided to make some simple speaker stands, I opened up Fusion and got to work creating a model. I didn't want a large footprint on my new desk, so I designed some tapered legs that would hold up the speaker platform. I added some decorative geometry and some simple chamfers to give the pieces some uniqueness. Because this project is pretty straightforward: stick on template, cut, glue pieces; I wanted to show that a project like this can be made using any number of tools. Yes, I have a shop full of power tools and I love them. I am blessed enough to have amassed a substantial collection of machines and jigs that make woodworking EASIER, not possible. These speaker stands were designed with straight lines and angles so that someone with basic hand tools could make them. I made the first set of legs using the miter saw to rough cut the walnut board, the jointer to flatten a side, and the table saw to cut out the parallel shapes. This traditional woodworking flow required me to adjust the templates a few times to make sure the paper lined up with the table saw fence. Using the table saw to cut the mitered legs left my fingers uncomfortably close to the blade the further I went along. After all that, had four identical legs that had crisp and clean straight lines. To make the second stand, I started with the templates on the board and rough cut them out using the band saw and the jig saw. I stayed on the outside of the line so that I could sand the edges flat. I also wanted to show that hand saws could accomplish the same tasks, so I busted out my grandad's old saw to knock off the decorative corners. I glued up the two leg sets and used a dado stack to cut in a groove that would hold the platform (this could also be done with a router). With both sets of legs complete, I cut the maple platforms on the table saw. I added the simple chamfer to the front edge by tilting the blade 30 degrees. This could also be done with a chamfering bit on a router if you had a bit that matched the desired angle. I glued the legs onto the platforms and added a few coats of Formby's tung oil to finish them up. Not everyone will need stools for their audio monitors, but these simple stands can be made for anything, not just speakers, and as you've seen they can be made with really basic tools. I hope this project showed that you don't have to own the fanciest tools or a full array of woodworking machines to make something great. Expensive tools and large-capacity items just make the process faster, not necessarily better. As you progress in any skill, you'll find that your abilities or your workflow may outperform your current tools, if so, then it may be time to upgrade. My shop is a mixture of entry-level and commercial-grade tools because I've needed to level-up certain areas to match my workflow. Be smart about your tool purchases and remember that the tools don't make the project, you do!
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I make this universal doweling jig. It is based on the well known Festool Domino and other biscuit or dowel jointers. These tools however are very expensive, but the same task can be achieved with a jig like this and a simple hand drill. That's why I, jokingly, call this dowel jig 'the domino killer' I have used the jig several times now and I have had great succes, it really makes construction with dowels a lot easier than any other jig I have used in the past. This is my first version and I allready have several improvements in mind: *Anti-slip surface on the plate *metal sleeve in the guide block *adjustable ruler on this wooden version because of imprecise construction. *A less bulky, metal construction would be preferable. *Guide block with 2 guides for 2 dowels at 1 mark. Aditional info: *I made several interchangeable guide blocks to accomodate different drill sizes. Watch this improvement here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiFac-dzgEE *I have marked a 'full' ruler on either side of the centerline of the plexi part. This way you could slide the jig in controlled increments so you can create a mortise instead of a single dowel hole. I made this jig on my own, completely unaware of Mirock's Dowel jig. Go check his video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqCqiK9V1B8 Thanks for watching! Please like share comment and subscribe! For more: http://www.instagram.com/robincoomans
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►Get the plans: http://www.jackmanworks.com/shop/jackman-modular-miter-saw-station-plan/ ►I do this for a living, help me live? http://www.patreon.com/jackmanworks ►Please share and subscribe? https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jackmancarpentry Details! ▼ This miter saw station is designed to fit on an existing workbench. The upper units could easily be scaled and be used as base units as well if you don't have a workbench to build it off of. Each unit is 3' wide and can be added or subtracted depending on how much room you want to the left and right of your miter saw.The drawers are made to be fully interchangeable in 3 sizes (small, medium, large) as well as a work station drawer. With the set-up I chose, I can cut 7' to the left of the saw and 4 feet to the right of the saw using the stop block & ruler system. The saw unit fits my 12" sliding compound miter saw. Part 1: http://youtu.be/l1DvUWLGgYQ Part 2: http://youtu.be/cAY0HsBlsmY Part 3: http://youtu.be/YzCebsm-vww CREDITS & PROJECT SPECIFIC LINK ■ Music by Lachy Doley Group: http://soundcloud.com/lachy-doley/jealous-guy-live-at-blues-on-broadbeach-2016 ■ More project photos: http://www.jackmanworks.com/2016/11/14/jackman-modular-miter-saw-station/ ■ Jay Bates miter saw station: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoEggaYbboJFL3obaB5Hb5U5e0I5rAFkU ■ Hillview Wood & Metal: http://www.instagram.com/hillview_wm/ ■ Jeremy Schmidt's build: http://youtu.be/0HPNfQJNBYI ■ Here's Pat Lap? http://www.youtube.com/lepicbois ■ Hinge for work station drawer (1) - http://amzn.to/2edFEkk ■ Hook and eye for work station drawer (1) - http://amzn.to/2elwwxF ■ Left to right read ruler - http://amzn.to/2edFsS2 ■ Right to left read ruler - http://amzn.to/2eI9Aoa ■ T-tracks (3) - http://amzn.to/2evHvnZ ■ Kaizen Foam - http://amzn.to/2fPjkR0 GENERAL PANDERING LINKS ■ http://www.jackmanworks.com ■ http://www.instagram.com/jackman_works/ ■ http://www.twitter.com/JackmanWorks ■ http://www.facebook.com/jackmanworks Plans, stickers, t-shirts, etc: http://www.jackmanworks.com/shop
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Build article: http://www.jayscustomcreations.com/?p=11067 I had every intention to not make a video this week and instead focus on my miter saw station plans. But there's only so much sitting in front of a computer and working on plans that anyone can take. I ventured out to the shop to just take a break from working on the plans only to end up talking myself into making another video. The quickest thing I could think of was to add a stop block to my miter saw station. Adding a stop block to a miter saw station is incredibly handy for producing accurate repeatable cuts. ---------- New vlog video every Tuesday: http://www.youtube.com/jccshorts This is what I do for a living so if you would like to show your support without spending a dime please watch, comment, or share anything on my website. Viewing everything from my website goes a long way in helping support what I do. Thanks! http://www.jayscustomcreations.com Social links: Twitter https://twitter.com/JayBates86 Facebook http://www.facebook.com/jayscustomcreations Instagram= http://www.instagram.com/jaybates86 ----------
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A quick and simple way to make a table saw crosscut sled for woodworking. Subscribe for weekly woodworking projects: http://www.youtube.com/user/drunkenwoodworker?sub_confirmation=1 Details, photos and plans for this woodworking project: https://goo.gl/KojwvO TOOLS / SUPPLIES (Affiliate) Table Saw: http://amzn.to/2b2BXdK Tape Measure: http://amzn.to/2q8i7Gf Microjig GRR-Ripper: http://amzn.to/2baMqbV Kreg Trak and Stop (table saw sled): http://amzn.to/2cbLggw Titebond Wood Glue: http://amzn.to/2a1VIF0 Combination Square: http://amzn.to/2oLfyIu Black & Decker Drill: http://amzn.to/2aZv5hr F-Style Clamp (similar): http://amzn.to/2cbNgFA SUPER SUPPORT / EXTENDED VIDEOS / GIVEAWAYS http://patreon.com/picciuto TOP PATREON SUPPORTERS Jonathan J Katz-Moses: https://www.youtube.com/katzmoseswoodworkingshop Glen Rossiter: Adam Beckwith: David Ingram: https://www.facebook.com/ingramdesignstudio Bill Diehl: Meagan Payne Brian McKnight: https://www.youtube.com/woodworker631 Chad Forrester Timothy I Allen Check out Kencraft Hardwoods: http://bit.ly/2pBeRGn MAKE SOMETHING 2 | VLOG CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/c/makesomething2 SHIRTS, STICKERS, PLANS AND MORE! https://makesomethingstore.com/ PROJECTS, PLANS AND TUTORIALS https://makesomething.tv/ FOLLOW ME: https://twitter.com/drunkenwood https://instagram.com/MakeSomethingTV http://snapchat.com/add/drunkenwood https://www.facebook.com/MakeSomethingTV https://www.pinterest.com/MakeSomethingTV/ David Picciuto PO Box 2499 Toledo, OH 43606 © Picciuto, LTD
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Making a hardwood pizza peel Center is cherry the dark strips are walnut and the rest is maple. Main area is 12.5" wide 14.5" deep with a ~12" handle Home Page : http://tableft.com Facebook: http://goo.gl/Ke5UMM Google+: http://goo.gl/uaxVLk Instagram: http://goo.gl/rfDoI1 Twitter: http://goo.gl/yy3lqm Pinterest: http://goo.gl/ouAmC2 Instructables: http://goo.gl/R7T612 Support the show Patreon: http://goo.gl/GP91bZ Paypal: http://goo.gl/n6fSGx Tool Links: http://goo.gl/3Q6XEk
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SUBSCRIBE TO CORAL: http://bit.ly/CoralSubscribe If you think you can't fit a workspace into your tiny apartment, think again! With small spaces, you need to think smart + maximize every inch of your home, which is why a DIY Murphy Desk was the perfect solution for her home! The desk can be against with the wall to save space or propped up when ever she is ready to work! The project was a smashing success and I’m excited to share the steps with you. ***Find the full breakdown and steps of this project on the coral blog here; thecoralchannel.com/blog/diy-murphy-desk Watch more Small Space Solutions here: http://bit.ly/SmallSpaceCoral _____ Materials 2 Small L-Brackets (https://amzn.to/2qaGF3c) 7 Hinges (https://amzn.to/2GHhH1A) 3 x Pine Lumber 1X2X4 (https://amzn.to/2EqjSEH) 1 x Pine Lumber 1X4X3 (https://amzn.to/2EnbCp3) Pine Shop Shelving 1X3X4 (https://amzn.to/2qaaaSr) Wood Screws (https://amzn.to/2IAHNUp) Sandpaper (80 grit) (https://amzn.to/2uN0z8U) Wall Anchors (https://amzn.to/2qahw8E) Tools Drill (https://amzn.to/2IBEmNs) Drill Bits (https://amzn.to/2uSYqsn) Stud Finder (https://amzn.to/2HdL38D) Ruler (https://amzn.to/2HdLoYX) Pencil (https://amzn.to/2Ere8KO) Pre-drill Bit (https://amzn.to/2uSYqsn) Measuring Tape (https://amzn.to/2qaZFi3) Scrap piece of wood + clamp (https://amzn.to/2uQn9xE) Circular Saw (https://amzn.to/2JpA1Og) Mitre Box (https://amzn.to/2HdCA5m) Saw (https://amzn.to/2Hcp0iF) ____ ***Find the full breakdown and steps of this project on the coral blog here! thecoralchannel.com/blog/diy-murphy-desk DIY Industrial Shelf: http://bit.ly/2wK5OGh DIY Cement Planters: http://bit.ly/2woX4CT -- Hungtington Beach HOUSE TOUR: http://bit.ly/2f9DsxV Perfect Braid in 60 SECONDS: http://bit.ly/2bh9qFg Beauty Travel ESSENTIALS: http://bit.ly/2uX7A5h -- FOLLOW CORAL: Youtube (@TheCoralChannel): http://bit.ly/CoralSubscribe Facebook (@CoralDIY): http://bit.ly/CoralDIYFb Twitter (@CoralTV): http://bit.ly/CoralTwitter Instagram (@CoralTV): http://bit.ly/CoralInsta And be sure to visit on the web at http://bit.ly/CoralWeb
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►Get the plans: http://www.jackmanworks.com/shop/jackman-modular-miter-saw-station-plan/ ►I do this for a living, help me live? http://www.patreon.com/jackmanworks Details! ▼ ►Please share and subscribe? https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jackmancarpentry This miter saw station is designed to fit on an existing workbench. The upper units could easily be scaled and be used as base units as well if you don't have a workbench to build it off of. Each unit is 3' wide and can be added or subtracted depending on how much room you want to the left and right of your miter saw.The drawers are made to be fully interchangeable in 3 sizes (small, medium, large) as well as a work station drawer. With the set-up I chose, I can cut 7' to the left of the saw and 4 feet to the right of the saw using the stop block & ruler system. The saw unit fits my 12" sliding compound miter saw. Part 2: http://youtu.be/cAY0HsBlsmY Part 3: http://youtu.be/YzCebsm-vww Overview: http://youtu.be/6QTTKnTY7C4 CREDITS & PROJECT SPECIFIC LINK ■ Music by Jack Broadbent: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqHtcL4R1aV0iQg3aBbNr9A ■ More project photos: Coming soon ■ Hinge for work station drawer (1) - http://amzn.to/2edFEkk ■ Hook and eye for work station drawer (1) - http://amzn.to/2elwwxF ■ Left to right read ruler - http://amzn.to/2edFsS2 ■ Right to left read ruler - http://amzn.to/2eI9Aoa ■ T-tracks (3) - http://amzn.to/2evHvnZ ■ Kaizen Foam - http://amzn.to/2fPjkR0 GENERAL PANDERING LINKS ■ http://www.jackmanworks.com ■ http://www.instagram.com/jackman_works/ ■ http://www.twitter.com/JackmanWorks ■ http://www.facebook.com/jackmanworks Plans, stickers, t-shirts, etc: http://www.jackmanworks.com/shop
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http://www.AsWoodTurns.com I've been on a quest to thread wood for many, many years. I even purchased a Beall tap and die set for simple nut and bolt projects. Very NOT satisfied. I've even tried to design and built my own threading jig. My problem was how to connect commercial all thread to a chuck. By the time I hired a machinist to make one, I could buy an expensive threading jig directly. I gave up and purchased hand chase tools. However, they're best used on expensive exotic wood that don't quite fit my budget. Until Dennis Paullus presented at the Utah Woodturning Symposium. His diagram included the missing link. A commercial adapter from 3/4-16tpi to 1-8tpi. I had to order the parts. This project is to successfully thread a project in gum wood. My process: 1. Prepare the box top and bottom. 2. Drill out the box top. Saturate with thin CA 3. Thread the female threads. Multiple light passes required until the threads are consistently peaked. If the wood is brittle and chipping, treat with with CA with each pass. 4. When threads are acceptable, again treat with thin CA and make one more pass. 5. Lightly sand off the threads, chamfer the front corner. Lubricate the threads. 6. Estimate the size of the base tenon. From the inner diameter of the female threads, add an ample amount as the estimate. 7. Prepare the tenon to this size and chamfer the leading corner. Cut a shallow valley about the width of the cutter at the base of the tenon with depth about the depth of threads. Don't sweat it, it can be cut or refined later. 8. Saturate the wood with CA as above. 9. To thread, take very light passes, testing the fit with each pass until the top fits the bottom. Make one last application of CA, and take another threading pass as the same settings. 10. Clean up the male threads by lightly sanding, chamfering the leading edge, and recutting the valley at the base of the tenon until the top threads completely to the bottom. Lubricate the threads 11. Adjust the grain orientation if desired. My Parts List: 12 Inches Allthread 3/4"-16tpi Zinc Plated - any bolt/nut supplier 5 3/4" - 16 tpi Nut Zinc - any bolt/nut supplier 9 Inches Allthread 3/8"-16 tpi - any bolt/nut supplier 1 Steel Threaded Insert 1"-8tpi outside 3/4"-16tpi inside - McMaster Carr pn: 90248A088 1 3/4" x 3/16" 60 Degree HSS Double Angle Cutter - MSC Direct.com pn: 03196052 1 Collet, 2MT, 3/8" - Little Machine Shop.com pn: 1749 1 3/8" Tnut 6 in. Cross Slide Vise - Harbor Freight pn: 32997 Optional 2 magnetic clamps - MagJig 95 from Mag-Tools - I used MagJig 60 and need to upgrade A denture brush makes a great thread cleaning tool. Use the lathe banjo as a stop to reposition the jig between passes. Enjoy! Blog: http://www.AsWoodTurns.com FB: http://www.Facebook.com/AsWoodTurns Music: Traumerei by Shumann performed by Becky Schlappi. Used with permission.
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Original post on our site with additional information, plans, questions & comments http://www.thewoodwhisperer.com/videos/oh-for-keepsake/ Its that time of year again: HOLIDAY PROJECT TIME! So this year, I decided to make a few little keepsake boxes, thanks to some advice from The Great WOODini. I also took inspiration from a box Nicole keeps on her nightstand and developed a new design that is much more practical for the average woodworker to make. The boxes feature a secret locking pin. Once removed, the lid slides off on a sliding dovetail. And as always with these holiday gift projects, you can modify them by trying different sizes, shapes, and wood species to make your own one-of-a-kind box. And since they are so easy to make, its no problem batching out a bunch of them in a single weekend. If you decide to make some, please send me pics of your variations. Topics Covered: * Creating sliding dovetails * Using a dowel-centering pin to locate holes * Cutting a recess with a pattern bit * Sanding end-grain The Wood Whisperer is education and entertainment for the modern woodworker! Find more free woodworking videos & articles at http://thewoodwhisperer.com & don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thewoodwhisperer Connect with us! Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/woodwhisperer Like us on Facebook http://facebook.com/thewoodwhisperer Pin us on Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/woodwhisperer/ Learn more about our premium project videos at http://thewoodwhispererguild.com
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►Get the plans: http://www.jackmanworks.com/shop/jackman-modular-miter-saw-station-plan/ ►I do this for a living, help me live? http://www.patreon.com/jackmanworks Details! ▼ ►Please share and subscribe? https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jackmancarpentry This miter saw station is designed to fit on an existing workbench. The upper units could easily be scaled and be used as base units as well if you don't have a workbench to build it off of. Each unit is 3' wide and can be added or subtracted depending on how much room you want to the left and right of your miter saw.The drawers are made to be fully interchangeable in 3 sizes (small, medium, large) as well as a work station drawer. With the set-up I chose, I can cut 7' to the left of the saw and 4 feet to the right of the saw using the stop block & ruler system. The saw unit fits my 12" sliding compound miter saw. Part 1: http://youtu.be/l1DvUWLGgYQ Part 3: http://youtu.be/YzCebsm-vww Overview: http://youtu.be/6QTTKnTY7C4 CREDITS & PROJECT SPECIFIC LINK ■ Music by Keir: http://soundcloud.com/soundofkeir/probably ■ More project photos: Coming soon ■ Hinge for work station drawer (1) - http://amzn.to/2edFEkk ■ Hook and eye for work station drawer (1) - http://amzn.to/2elwwxF ■ Left to right read ruler - http://amzn.to/2edFsS2 ■ Right to left read ruler - http://amzn.to/2eI9Aoa ■ T-tracks (3) - http://amzn.to/2evHvnZ ■ Kaizen Foam - http://amzn.to/2fPjkR0 GENERAL PANDERING LINKS ■ http://www.jackmanworks.com ■ http://www.instagram.com/jackman_works/ ■ http://www.twitter.com/JackmanWorks ■ http://www.facebook.com/jackmanworks Plans, stickers, t-shirts, etc: http://www.jackmanworks.com/shop
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The cross cut sled is probably the most important jig in your shop. Here, William will explain the theory and calculations to enable anyone to get a sled dead on square. He will show his tips and techniques for constructing the sled. Formula for calculating Error: (A-B) ÷ 4 ÷ Length of 5th cut x Distance between pivot point and the point of adjustment = Error Material List: Runners: 5/16" x 3/4" x 30" Base: 1/2" x 34" x 30" Front Fence: 1-1/2" x 5" x 30" Rear Fence: 1-1/2" x 5" x 26"
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I received these timbers in the summer and they have been taking up a lot of room in my shop. I decided to use a few of them to make a new coffee table for my living room. I was limited by the lengths of timber and came up with this design that gave me a really chunky looking table while minimizing the waste. I wish the table could have been a little wider, but overall I am happy with the design and it looks great in place. Estimated weight of the table is 175 pounds. The wood is douglas fir and it was destined for the fire pit. These are leftovers from a new building that was constructed at a nearby ski hill. I cut the timbers to length using a beam saw from my friends at Windsor Plywood Sherwood Park. If you're local, check them out!https://www.windsorplywood.com/location/sherwood-park/ Thanks Colin! I got the sides of the pieces parallel to each other with some hand planing. They're not perfectly square, but them butt up to each other quite nicely. I then drilled some 3/8" holes to accept some dowels for alignment while gluing. There is so much surface area for the glue that the dowels aren't needed for strength. I drilled all the way through one board into the board under it so the pins would be perfectly aligned and you can't see them from the outside edges. Anywhere that there was a check (crack) I stabilized it with a Dutchman (bowtie). I used my X-Carve to cut out a template and the Dutchmen. I roughed out the holes with a flush trim bit in a router and squared the corners with some chisel work. All checks, top and bottom, were stabilized so this thing is solid now!. The Dutchmen are made out of cherry. I smoothed the top and sides a little. Not too much since I wanted a unique look. Then I flipped the top over, marked out where the base would sit and routed a shallow socket so the top/ base can mate up and not slide around. After a lot of sanding to get everything smooth and reduce the risk of splinters I applied 3 coats of General Finishes Arm-R-Seal. It's an oil based finish that stinks to high heaven and looks amazing. I will also apply a little Briwax in a month or so once the finish is completly cured. I can barely lift the top by myself so I don't have any fears of it floating away. It's just held in place by the pull of the earths gravity. =========================================== - Instagram - http://instagram.com/dpmakestuff - Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/dpmakestuff - Plans - http://www.dpmakestuff.com =========================================== = Links To Tools Used = DeWalt Grinder: http://amzn.to/2Eh5hvs Flapper Wheel (similar): http://amzn.to/2D2GUCG Beam Saw: http://amzn.to/2D2RrxD Small Router: http://amzn.to/2F8nkFo Flush Trim Bit: http://amzn.to/2D19wMk Long Drill Bit: http://amzn.to/2F5NHMp Wooden Mallet: http://amzn.to/2gLRJ4I Ruler: http://amzn.to/2bOARY4 Titebond Glue: http://amzn.to/1TmiBAs General Finish: http://amzn.to/2CylKv8 Briwax: http://amzn.to/1JKB1dU Chisels: http://amzn.to/2w5fKpm Panel Clamps: http://amzn.to/2j3IGNB F Clamps: http://amzn.to/2gL4lJy =========================================== = Bookmark these to support the channel = - Amazon - http://amzn.to/2ezs5zq - Amazon Canada - http://amzn.to/2vVrz1m =========================================== = Shop Equipment = Rockler Stuff: http://amzn.to/2bYUGJf Saw Stop: http://amzn.to/2ctLWdP Band Saw: http://amzn.to/2c72OZN Lathe: http://amzn.to/2e9IjMN X Carve CNC: https://www.inventables.com/technologies/x-carve =========================================== Feeling like sending me a letter, stickers or crisp 100 dollar bill? Do it! I try to respond to everyone. PO BOX 3068 Beaumont, Alberta T4X 1K8 CANADA
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This video was originally published on December 30, 2007 & was never added to YouTube...until today! Original post on our site with additional information, plans, questions & comments: http://www.thewoodwhisperer.com/videos/a-visit-to-fine-woodworking/ A few months ago we paid a visit to the offices of Fine Woodworking Magazine and The Taunton Press. It was a great experience and incredibly cool seeing how an initial idea becomes an article. This video gives you a behind the scenes look into that exact process. You'll also get to see the Fine Woodworking shop and we'll hear from numerous key staff members as they explain their roles in the process. The Wood Whisperer is education and entertainment for the modern woodworker! Find more at http://thewoodwhisperer.com & don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thewoodwhisperer Connect with us! Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/woodwhisperer Like us on Facebook http://facebook.com/thewoodwhisperer Pin us on Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/woodwhisperer/ Learn more about our premium project videos at http://thewoodwhispererguild.com
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In my new shop, I needed dust collection, but didn't have room for a huge collector. Instead, I used a wet/dry vac and a cyclone, along with some blast gates. A list of parts that I used can be found at http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/dust-collection/ I'd like to give special thanks to Nick McMahon, for his support of ILTMS via https://subbable.com/iliketomakestuff You're awesome Nick! Join me and my guest, Jay Bates, for the next BrainPick (live Q&A) on September 9 9:30pm https://plus.google.com/b/101369980290056506116/events/cpcnruqho8i08fb4jd9e602udlk Want to support ILTMS? There are lots of ways .. find out more at http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/support MORE PROJECTS http://www.iliketomakestuff.com BUY A SHIRT OR A HANDMADE ITEM!! http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/store FOLLOW: http://facebook.com/iltms http://twitter.com/iliketomakestuf http://instagram.com/iliketomakestuff Second channel: bit.ly/iltms-2
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Today I show you how to make a Circular Saw Cross Cut Sled. Portable and accurate were the key requirements of this jig and with an element of dust collection thrown in for this circular saw crosscut sled. It started out as a prototype, but in the end, it worked so well it has not become a "keeper" for my circular saw, it turned out so well. ********************* Woodworking Jigs Playlist : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgn5pIkLhZC6fO-bf1perklWIcG_kYymh Make a Versatile Depth Gauge Jig: https://youtu.be/wbNhRwEAzTM Sharpening Jig for Chisels & Plane: https://youtu.be/dSXbIl7bcjY ********************* **** Full Article on how I made this Cross Cut Sled for a Circular Saw - https://goo.gl/8DxAR2 **** Subscribe here - https://www.youtube.com/user/knecht105 ** Like me at Facebook: https://goo.gl/DLgvoa ** Visit the website: http://www.woodworkweb.com ** Follow on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/colinknecht ** Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/woodworkweb ** Connect with me on Google+: http://goo.gl/7fotJq
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Today I present to you a simple score board for your favorite yard game. This particular one was made to accompany the cornhole boards I made here: https://goo.gl/zC8ja7 which is why they have 2 teams and a score count of 21. You can alter it any way you'd like to fit your needs. The one I made here has a place for cups and bottles with extra room on the platform to hold wallets, keys, phones, or cornhole bags, or anything else you need to get out of your pockets to enjoy an arousing game of your choosing. I used golf tee's to be the score indicator. They aren't standardized in diameter so which ever tee's you have, use a drill bit that's slightly larger by a 1/16 of an inch so they slide in and out easier. If you have any questions about the process, don't hesitate to ask! I am always up-to-date on comment responses. Thanks again! © Brett Withjack | Withjack Workshops More about me: www.WithjackWorkshops.com Store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/WithjackDesigns Materials: (2) 2x4's that are 32" high an 18" x 15" piece of plywood or pine board for the surface and a wooden spike to hold the stand in the ground Tools: Table Saw (Optional) Miter Saw Wood Glue Various Clamps Drill with Various Bit Sizes Hole Bit for Drill Router with Round-Over Bit (Optional) Finishing: Danish Oil Dark Espresso Stain Camera: GoPro Animation: After Effects CC Production: iMovie Withjack Workshops is a series of DIY videos showcasing fun and easy projects ranging anywhere from woodworking, restoration, and electronics of all kinds. The projects run the spectrum of easy to difficult, needing certain tools to accomplish but still easily completed by yourself. This particular video is a part of the series where I'm creating items for my Etsy shop to be sold online or just for the heck of it to try my hand at creating something new for the enjoyment of making, in which I can only hope it inspires you to make something yourself. Enjoy and subscribe!
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Custom Waterslide Decals / Transfers for Woodworkers The Folding Rule: Episode #28 - Custom Decals for Woodworkers This video was originally posted on my woodworking blog, The Folding Rule. I re-posted it here to help answer questions about making transfers / decals referred to in a recent video describing a series of Thank You plaques made in my shop. Thanks for watching! Don’t forget to . . . Subscribe Thumbs Up Comment! ► SUBSCRIBE to USNERDOC - http://bit.ly/2vI0tz6 🙏🏻 THANK YOU!!! Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/usnerdoc/ Mail: c/o USNERDOC 2459 SE Tualatin Valley Highway #374 Hillsboro, OR 97123 United States AMP-3, LLC Medical & Specialty Gear for THE PREPARED CITIZEN! Website: http://www.amp-3.net Email: firstname.lastname@example.org DOWNLOADABLE PDF FILE Custom Decals for Woodworkers http://www.box.net/shared/2yo07lqesu/1/15884924/94059647 The Folding Rule Blog http://foldingrule.blogspot.com/ FROM THE WOOD SHOP PDF FILES http://www.box.net/shared/2yo07lqesu FROM THE BUNKER PDF FILES http://www.box.net/shared/cdqf5q06s1
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Check Out My Website: https://benchtopwoodworks.com/ See the latest projects at: https://www.instagram.com/benchtoptools/ Connect with me on Social media at: https://www.facebook.com/BenchTopTools/ In this video I build a hand saw holder that takes up the absolute minimum amount of shop space and maximizes the number of hand saws I can store on my mobile tool wall. A long time ago I started my quest to find the best hand saw holder out there. I've scoured Pinterest, Youtube, and other's woodshops to find the perfect design for my own shop. I think I found it and decided to share it with all of you! This saw holder was inspired by the video on "Alan's Woodworking". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6txqZBMC0U&t=86s I thought the design was very intriguing and I couldn't quite tell how he made all of the components from his video. After I figured out the design I decided to share it with all of you with my own flavor. This hand saw holder is a continuation of my rolling tool wall project and can store any type of hand saw, or flat object up to 1/8" thick by simply clamping it in place with a roller. The best part about the design is the simplicity and it's made from Scrap. The only new material I purchased specifically for the project was a 3/4" dowel for $3 U.S!
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Having renovated my shop and removing an old pegboard wall where I used to hand my saws, I now need a storage solution for these same saws. From some past projects and for this renovation, I was left with offcuts of primed pine boards that I've now put to use as my saw till. Because I wanted to get up and running quickly, and though I use only hand tools, I still decided to not do anything "fancy"--just some glue and screws. This saw till is improvised and without much planning. It's something that truly anyone can make! The video is not a how-to, but more of a how-I-did. If you have any questions, please let me know, and I'll be happy to explain anything I do in the video. All the best, and be sure to check out my renovation video and other videos--and oh, please subscribe if you like my content! Andrew
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It's a simple thing, you paint and go...right? In this quick video, I'll show you 4 ways to fill an engraved piece of wood and what the different techniques will look like in the end. All the links! Wanna buy something? www.etsy.com/shop/munchkinmetropolis Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzkZiUBCl_L0dIDjKQIL38Q You can also watch me on Twitch www.twitch.tv/munchkinmetropolis Follow for cool giveaways and new projects coming in the future! www.facebook.com/munchkinmetropolis Twitter www.twitter.com/munchkinmetro Lend us some support and get some cool items every month? www.patreon.com/munchkinmetropolis
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Make a king size bed (with storage) wrapped in barn wood! For more info, check out http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/how-to-make-king-size-bed/ WHAT YOU'LL NEED: http://amzn.to/1ELmQmt - Skil Circular Saw Kit http://amzn.to/1NcuO9I - Kreg Jig® R3 http://amzn.to/1XztP8v - Kreg KHC-PREMIUM Face Clamp http://amzn.to/1NcuN5w - Rip-Cut™ http://amzn.to/1LSqyL0 - 22-Inch Full-Ext Drawer Slide (6 pairs) http://amzn.to/1ELmAUH - wood glue http://amzn.to/1ELmDzO - 6" flexible metal ruler Thanks to Casper for sponsoring this video! Use the coupon code MAKE for $50 off Check them out at https://casper.com/MAKE MORE PROJECTS, POSTS AND EVENTS http://www.iliketomakestuff.com Want to support ILTMS? There are lots of ways .. find out more at http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/support BUY A SHIRT, STICKER OR A HANDMADE ITEM!! http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/shop FOLLOW: http://facebook.com/iltms http://twitter.com/iliketomakestuf http://instagram.com/iliketomakestuff Second channel: bit.ly/iltms-2
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http://HalfInchShy.com Before dovetailing the drawers for Angle Madness, I wanted to work through a procedure to easily "calculate" the compound angles I'd need for the drawers. I say "calculate" in quotes because I wanted a procedure based exclusively on the use of bevel gauges reading angles in-situ. This will be useful if you don't have your slide-rule handy... For the drawers, I need two types of angles: the rear has inclined tail boards with a vertical pin board. The front of the drawers has both inclined tail and pin boards. Ultimately, they are the same thing since a "vertical" board still has an angle, but there are some shortcuts we can take when only one board is inclined. Things get only marginally more complicated for a joint with both boards inclined. Seriously! Only marginally more complicated. Even if you never plan on doing compound-angle dovetails, the portion of the procedure used to determine the projection of the boards on each other would be useful to make a simple butt joint between angled parts. But don't stop at the butt; the dovetail is easy! This episode repeats the procedure 4 times for the different joints. Hopefully that reinforces the procedure without being a snoozer.
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I needed a place to keep all my hammers etc, but I had very little room. In the end I came up with this front pull design with spring loaded gates. The gates open and close automatically when you insert or remove a tool, and the spring keeps the gate in the position you left it so its more secure when closed and stays open when empty. This design also works for pretty much any hammer or mallet so long as the handle can fit in the space allowed for by the gate. I didn't want to hang them on nails or pins because it would take up too much space horizontally and I couldn't use a lift out rack because i couldn't spare the space above the rack. I also didn't like the idea of having specific spaces for specific hammers. Literally everything for this build came out of the scrap bin, hence all the random sizes and dissimilar materials I started with, but it was mostly 3/4 ply and a scrap of 2x6 for the bracket, the springs were made from a strip of maple. Thanks fro watching, Ray == Check us out at == Home Page : http://tableft.com Facebook: http://goo.gl/Ke5UMM Google+: http://goo.gl/uaxVLk Instagram: http://goo.gl/bbJ4nL Twitter: http://goo.gl/yy3lqm Pinterest: http://goo.gl/ouAmC2 Instructables: http://goo.gl/R7T612 == Help support the show == Shirts: http://goo.gl/7JG8it Patreon: http://goo.gl/GP91bZ Paypal: http://goo.gl/n6fSGx Tool Links: http://goo.gl/3Q6XEk
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Shannon from http://www.house-improvements.com shows you how to install a typical residential overhead garage door. If you have any questions about your home DIY projects, stop by the forum on our website and ask. Website: http://www.house-improvements.com Forums: http://www.house-improvements.com/forums/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/House-Improvementscom/180657245288627 Twitter: https://twitter.com/House_Improve Video © 2014 SKS Media. Videos produced by SKS Media (House-Improvements.com) are provided for informational purposes only. The information contained in the videos is intended to give general guidance to simplify DIY (do it yourself) projects. Because tools, products, materials, equipment, techniques, building codes and local regulations are constantly changing, SKS Media cannot and does not assume any responsibility or liability for the accuracy of the information contained therein. Further, SKS Media will not accept any claim for liability related to, but not limited to, omissions, errors, injury, damage or the outcome of any project. It is the responsibility of the viewer to ensure compliance with all applicable laws, rules, codes and regulations for a project. The viewer must always take proper safety precautions and exercise caution when taking on any project. If there are any questions or doubt in regards to the element of a project, please consult with a licensed professional. SKS Media conducts all matters in accordance with the laws of Saskatchewan, Canada.
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Back in 2007, I posted a video on Bandsaw Setup. The method I demonstrated was one I learned from other woodworkers as well as numerous books and manuals. While the method works perfectly, it overcomplicates things and employs a couple of unnecessary steps, namely achieving coplanarity of the wheels and eliminating drift. Four years later, I became aware of a video from The Woodworking Shows featuring Alex Snodgrass and his simpler (and nearly foolproof) method for bandsaw tuneup. I have since become friendly with Alex and asked him if he'd be willing to come out to my shop to film his setup method. He agreed and here we are! I can say without a doubt that this is the BEST way to set up a bandsaw. Align the Blade Install the blade and apply just enough tension to keep the blade securely on the wheels. Use the tracking adjustment while turning the wheel by hand to line up the deepest part of the gullet with the center of the top wheel. Tension the Blade You can usually ignore the tenon meter on most bandsaws as they are notoriously inaccurate. Instead, tension the blade until your finger is only able to deflect the blade by about 1/4". This test should be done at the back of the saw where nothing can get in the way of the blade. The amount of pressure you apply to the blade shouldn't result in turning your finger white. If that happens, you're pushing too hard. After the tension is set, make sure the blade is still tracking properly with the gullet in the center of the top wheel. Side Guides (Front to Back) The front of the side guides should be located about 1/16" back from the deepest part of the blade gullets. You don't want the side guides to contact the cutting teeth of the blade since the teeth flare out at a slight angle. This adjustment is made to both the top and bottom guides. Thrust Bearings Adjust the thrust bearings carefully so that they do NOT rotate while the blade moves, but they DO begin to rotate as soon as light pressure is applied to the blade. Spend the necessary time to get this adjustment just right. Of course, you'll do this adjustment to both the top and bottom guides. Side Guides (Side to Side) Just like the thrust bearing adjustment, the side guides should be as close to the blade as possible without actually touching. So when the blade moves the bearings should be stationary. When a slight amount of pressure is applied to the blade as its moving, the bearings should spin. Square the Table Using a 2x4 or 2x6, make a partial cut into the face of the board. Turn the saw off, flip the board around and try to get the blade to slide into the cut slot. If it slides in easily and without resistance, we know the table is 90 degrees to the blade. If it doesn't slide in, make adjustments to the table and cut/test again. The wider the board is, the more accurate this test will be. Align the Fence The fence can be aligned parallel with the body of the blade using nothing more than a ruler. Be sure the ruler is resting on the body of the blade between the teeth. With a long enough ruler you can easily align the fence by eye. Alex shows us the F.A.S.T system which is a simple and convenient way to do this same task. Test Cut Since the overall goal of this setup process is to prepare for resawing, a good test is to slice off a thin veneer from a jointed and planed board. In our first test cut we were able to slice off a piece that was .016" or just over 1/64". This is way thinner than anything I'd ever need but it's pretty cool to see that the saw is capable of making such a delicate cut. Special thanks to Alex Snodgrass and Carter Products for helping make this video possible. Happy bandsawing! Episode 13 - Bandsaw Setup - https://youtu.be/JowHmdihl-Q F.A.S.T Alignment System - http://amzn.to/2uuRdL4 Carter Products - http://www.carterproducts.com/ SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thewoodwhisperer TAKE YOUR WOODWORKING TO THE NEXT LEVEL http://thewoodwhispererguild.com SUPPORT US ON PATREON! http://patreon.com/woodwhisperer CHECK OUT OUR SECOND CHANNEL http://youtube.com/woodwhispereroffcuts CHECK OUT OUR SHOP TOURS http://www.thewoodwhisperer.com/shop-tours/ GET INSPIRED BY OUR VIEWER PROJECT LIBRARY http://www.thewoodwhisperer.com/viewer-projects/ DOWNLOAD OUR FREE APP Android: http://bit.ly/1MQ4ks1 or iOS: http://bit.ly/177u4An WIN FREE TOOLS! http://thewoodwhisperer.com/giveaway Follow me on: TWITTER - http://twitter.com/woodwhisperer FACEBOOK - http://facebook.com/thewoodwhisperer INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/woodwhisperer/ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/woodwhisperer/
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