Hello everyone. Today I have the first video on how to draw a raised panel trunk in ecabinets. In this video I will take you step by step in installing the stretchers that will be the rails and stiles as well as the raised panels for the trunk. Check it out and let me know what you think. Raised Panel trunk part1http://youtu.be/1APWzj5kZnc
This is a quick introduction to this playlist that I am working on. I will be uploading a new video every Monday so keep checking back to get all of the latest videos.http://youtu.be/wl2hl_zCzV4
Hello everyone. Today I would like to share some tips on how I install a sink in a sink base in eCabinets. If you have ever put a sink in the custom layout area then you really must watch these 3 videos they will show you how this can be done in a fraction of the time. Placing a sink in a cabinet in custom layout Introhttp://youtu.be/3bnvpr4SKdM Placing a sink in a cabinet part 2In this video I will show you how to make it possible to place a sink in a cabinet in custom layout wit...
Hello every one.If you viewed my video on how to create a calculator to come up with the constraints that eCabinets needs to automatically adjust your flutes for fluted moldings then you have to check these out! This calculator will help you easily determine the openings needed to position your partitions. Introduction to creating your own program in excel http://youtu.be/kqFM_jBV2A0 Partition Calculator Part1 Setting up the workbook http://youtu.be/_I3RMRrlVNw Partition Calculator P...
Using my Stanley #45 plane to cut tongue and groove. For the purpose of this example I am using a couple pieces of pine. I am using the 1/4” Tongue and Groove irons, and have the depth on the tongue iron set as deep as it can go. The Groove depth stop is set to match this depth once the tongue has been cut. The #45 is set up with the short rods as opposed to the long rods. There is nothing stopping a person from using the long rods, I just prefer to use the short ones when I ...
Watch here Sharping a saw for the first time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hXyugAyGr0 Building a saw vice to sharping my saws
I’m considering getting out of the woodworking business for a while and am considering putting together a DVD on how to build the displays I do. Does anyone think they would be interested?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGI3PHOtpu4&googlecommentid=z12kft1h4sjds1erv04cila4fwiif3crf1g&googleviewtype#gpluscomments Passing down woodworking knowledge.
This is my first project blog. I learned a lot while making these splined miter joint feet, so I thought I would share with you.I am in the process of building a Colonial style cherry side table with bracket feet of my own design. My last project was a similar designed TV cabinet, but with that project I purchased the mitered bracket feet. This time I thought I would try to make my own feet and thought I would post the method I used. These feet are mitered and ...
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