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Bathroom Vanity Commision #4: Bottom shelf, medicine cabinet, and spraying the interior

03-24-2014 08:19 PM by emetric | 1 comment »

As I have mentioned in an earlier post, it was decided early on that we would make the bottom shelf slatted instead of flat plywood. This actually turned out to be a little more challenging that I had hoped. It ended up with 12 slats, originally 14 but I dropped the 2 outer slats because I felt the joinery would be too busy, all connected with dominos to the front and rear rails. I also went ahead and pre-finished this shelf in anticipation of access issues while spraying. This piec...

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Small Wood Project #2: Folding Candle Holder We all Can Make!

11-25-2013 03:35 PM by Austin DenHerder | 4 comments »

Folding Candle Holder ProjectHey Everyone tell me what you think of this new Small project we can do in a day for gifts for the holidays! I have PDF file of this project for those that would like it. Just email me at: hybridwoodcrafting@gmail.com

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Projects #10: Edge Banding with FESTOOL - Assembly Table

11-17-2013 05:06 PM by Lance | 10 comments »

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

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Router 101 #1: Router 101 Episode 1 choosing a router.

09-01-2013 07:39 PM by woodcraftBPW | 0 comments »

I started my Youtube channel series router 101 some time ago, and Ep.7 (of 8) is just out. The link for Episode 1, choosing a router can be found here: Please do take a look, comment and like, be sure to check out all the episodes, there are a lot of tips, tricks, and jig making episodes within the full series.

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Roubo Inspired Bench #3: Dog Strip, Routing, End caps, plugs

05-25-2013 05:44 PM by jusfine | 2 comments »

I did follow the WoodWhisperer’s plans for the dog holes as well as many of the other elements. I reversed the dog hole jig to make one for the dog block which was canted in the opposite direction. The only thing that accomplished was it kept the 3/8” strip on the movable dog block on the same side as the glue-up. Routing the dog holes went smoothly, lots of sawdust and shavings! Gluing the thin strip to the routed piece with a full length caul. Broug...

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Crazy Stuff Stumpy Thinks About #37: Funny Festool Video- The Finest Woodworker in the World?

03-17-2013 11:34 PM by StumpyNubs | 18 comments »

I made this video for a Festool thing, a parody of the “Most interesting man in the world” Dos Equis commercials. It’s supposed to be tongue in cheek, so don’t email me saying I am not the “finest Woodworker in the World”, please. Visit Stumpynubs.com for more woodworking goodness! (Friend us on facebook, follow us on Twitter, and visit the Stumpy Store to help support the show!)

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In the wood shop today #19: Pouring and polishing an epoxy bar top counter

01-28-2013 02:52 PM by Canadian Woodworks | 4 comments »

I’ve been working on a custom home bar built from Bubinga and Walnut using solid and veneered wood. The counters will be protected from water using System Three Mirrorcoat a 2 part 2:1 epoxy finish that self levels and cures crystal clear. I had to give the counter a light sand and through 400 to 4000 then used a 3 step polishing process to bring the counter back to a beautiful gloss shine.

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Throw away your portable tool cases

01-07-2013 08:16 AM by Marty Backe | 11 comments »

Many of the portable power tools that I purchase come in a tool case. The tool manufacturers presume that I’ll be taking the tools on the road. A reasonable assumption for many. But my tools are used near 100 percent in my workshop. Sometimes they venture into my house, but I don’t need the case for those instances. In this video I offer a reason for throwing the tool cases away and creating custom workshop storage to better utilize the prize (i.e., limited) shop space....

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Dust Collection #1: DIY Dust Extractor with Shopvac and Router Speed control

12-24-2012 01:17 AM by ichbinpete | 6 comments »

I was laying in bed the other night, when the wife noticed I was a bit to distracted (not responding to her conversation). She leaned over and saw me looking at Festool stuff and started in on me…see I just bought a used 3HP Powermatic DC on craigslist and still had my lil 1HP Delta DC and a shopvac. Oh yeah, and I just added a PM air filter hanging from the ceiling. Needless to say, she shut down any thoughts I had of getting a Festool extractor, and rightly so! Not to be discour...

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In the wood shop today #14: Using a Festool TS75 to trim large table

10-28-2012 04:03 PM by Canadian Woodworks | 1 comment »

Just a short clip using a Festool TS 75 to trim a 9’ long table top with bread board ends that have been left long to be trimmed along with a 1/16’’ of each side.

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