|Blog series by Lance||updated 03-08-2015 08:50 PM||14 parts||47547 reads||124 comments total|
I decided to make a business card holder as a gift for my customers since their cards where all over their desk, hopefully I’ll get some more sales out of the deal! ;) I got the inspiration from Rance's Page and added my own touches to it. These pieces were made from scraps laying around the shop, I had I nice piece of figured hard maple that I found in my router cabinet build that I’ve been storing for months now.
Here’s a quick video of my Camping Chuck Box I made this past fall, it helps us keep organized while primitive camping. The box also gives us another service top when preparing food. I made it with 1/2” & 1/8” Baltic Birch Ply.
Finally!!!!! Literally 7 months later I finished the video and project. I have so much more respect for the podcasters and bloggers in our hobby now, OMG this was a lot of work. Hope you enjoy because I think this was my last video from start to finish. Here is my Project link to the Flip Top Cart
Here’s a quick video how you to make a Camera Slider so you can get different shots with your DSLR, HD Camcorder, or even a GoPro!! At the end I’ll use the Slider to show off my latest project – Living room side tables! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDC-nI6C5Zs&feature=share&list=UU2l6z8AhYFvt6Otmc3vVOJg
My wife and I spent Labor Day cleaning, she cleaned the house, and I cleaned my shop!!! Check out the time lapse. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTSYXyEeGtU
I had a lot of 1/2” Baltic Birch laying around the shop, so I decided to build Stumby’s Work Sharp Station. Hope you enjoy!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTtakqQx0jg&feature=c4-overview&list=UU2l6z8AhYFvt6Otmc3vVOJg
Here’s a short video of my version of a Crate & Barrel hanging airplane my sister asked me to build for my new nephew’s baby room. Hope you enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9oxEK73jyY&feature=c4-overview&list=UU2l6z8AhYFvt6Otmc3vVOJg
My sister bought a new house in Austin, and she asked me to build her garage shelves since they didn’t have an attic anymore. I cut all the 1×2’s in my shop in OKC, everything else was made in Austin. Hope you enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7gpm6aFJMQ&lc=bJoLXRBP-w3s6RAYXasdKECJ1Bzpojw9AuHZ_8J7Ovs&lch=email&feature=em-comment_received
Since posting my Camping Chuck Box video last year on YouTube I’ve had numerous people ask me for plans or to even build them one, the answer to both questions was “I don’t have time, sorry”. Well, it’s camping season again and the chuck box is out of the attic and in my shop, I figured the least I could do was give you a little more detailed video on how I built the chuck box so when it comes time for you to build yours, this new video might help a little mor...
Recently I’ve been working on my assembly table, FINALLY!! This gave me a project to try out some of my new Festool products, like the LR-32 system and the MFT/3. I found a cool and hopefully unique way to flush trim edge banding on the MFT with Festool’s Quick Clamps. Hopefully your Enjoy the Video! WATCH IN HD @ 1080P CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO SEE THE VIDEO VIDEO
I finally finished my shop cabinets, they helped get tools and other accessories off the ground, I don’t have to look at a cluttered workbench anymore. I got to practice with my Festool LR-32 system again, the more I use this the more I want to build adjustable shelves!! Hopefully you Enjoy the Video! WATCH IN HD @ 1080P CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO SEE THE VIDEO VIDEO
Here’s my entry into the Festool Owners Guide video contest running through Jan. 20th. Hope you guys enjoy! CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VIDEO
I constructed the plywood framing of my miter saw station and when it was assembled and on rolling casters I soon realized the whole thing was completely out of wack – not SQUARE. I quickly realized I wasn’t going to be installing walnut edge banding, nor making doors for this miter saw station since they probably wouldn’t have closed anyways. I said to myself…. well, this will have to work for a couple years, unfinished and out of square. That lasted 12 hrs a...
This is my entry into the Festool video contest. I’ve had this idea for a while now, and thought what better time to shot a little video while making it. I used both the domino 500 & 700 to make the markers for the clock, then filled them with blue glowing epoxy. Hope you enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VpK7_fJP24