Digging into something I began last summer, I had 3 legs to turn. The first one jumped out from between the centers about three times. I was using the drive spur I made when I first contrapted my turning set up. Before I began turning the second leg, I remembered hearing that in a drill powered set up like mine, that a spade bit could also work. I happened to have a few short shank spade bits, so I hammered one into the center of the second leg, chucked it up and gave it a try. It di...
My son-in-law made this bed swing for their back porch. Made from pine dimensional lumber. Uses a twin bed size memory foam mattress. https://youtu.be/aIdde4-aNW8
After I posted a video a few months back, a lot of questions came to me about one of the home made tool I was using. This Video is to answer those questions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgcCPaUq5us
I needed a small sanding spindle to sand the small corners of a project I’m working on. My store bought sanding spindle is too big and I didn’t want to go out and buy one, plus even the smallest one in the store is too big. [Above] I found a 4 inch long piece of aluminum rod. It’s a little bigger in diameter than 1/4 inch. I used a hack saw to cut a slot down its lengthy about 1-1/2 inches long. [Above] I cut a piece of sandpaper about 2 inches long to fit ...
I made a guide for my circular saw to aid in making crosscuts in plywood. https://youtu.be/0FnKZRv_yok
Info on the Camera Boom I’ve been using for several weeks now. And more uses for the ceiling mount rails installed around my shop. Watch the video.
I need some wooden beads for upcoming projects.I have lots of scrap wood and decided to try making my own beads.This video is how I did it. Click here to watch my video. Thank youPaul
I built a particle separator that used a thien baffle in 5 gallon buckets. It has a small footprint, all one vertical unit, rolls around, has onboard hose storage and works great. Watch video.
Here’s a video about the extension I made to support stock on the left side of my tablesaw. Easy to adjust and simple to make. Watch video.
Here’s a video of the stationary outfeed extension I added to my contractor style table saw. Watch video.
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