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Weathering my NASA toolbox!

07-24-2016 05:42 PM by ShaunMeighan | 0 comments »

View on YouTube Well, here is the next part in my series of making a NASA toolbox! In this episode, I weather the box to make it look more used! Hope you enjoy!

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Toy Chest Build #1: Laying out the pieces and preparing the rails & stiles

06-29-2016 10:25 PM by 7Footer | 4 comments »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXDdAhpPCok I built these toy chests for my Nieces (they aren’t technically my nieces but I consider them family!), we’ve been talking about it with them and their parents for a couple years now, and one of the twins is particularly interested in my woodworking shop. They always have to look for our cat who is scared of everyone and hides out whenever someone knocks on the door, but usually the cat is hiding out in the shop, and the curious kids...

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My New Workbench!

05-09-2016 11:34 AM by ShaunMeighan | 2 comments »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHvg5hbk0r4 Hi Folks! Over the weekend, my dad and I built this new workbench that I can use for woodworking! The whole thing is made of 2×4s, with an 18mm plywood top. Enjoy the video!

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Jimi"s Chalkboard

04-20-2016 01:24 PM by ShogunJimi | 0 comments »

Recently, I built a rather large storage unit for my workshop. Once it was built I noticed that there was a big face that could be used as a back drop for my You-Tube videos. I had several ideas but a chalkboard won the day. Now it can be used to draw diagrams, write comments or anything that is interesting. Here is the link to my You-Tube video, (https://youtu.be/RS3n_1miBtg) The material list: One – sheet of plywood (cut to size) One – sheet of OSB (cut to size an...

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Life as an Amateur Woodworker #76: A Tip When Making Simple Sanding Blocks

04-10-2016 09:49 PM by PhilBello | 14 comments »

Before I get underway, the first tip has to be…It doesn’t matter how careful you are, accidents still happen I started cutting for my sanding blocks, don’t ask what happened, I don’t know, I just know I was aware I was about to have a kickback on the table saw, I was using push blocks, tried to get out of the way, and in doing so, lost one and a bit finger tips!! The tip, is to make sure you keep a tube of Superglue in your First Aid Kit, after washing the woun...

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Life as an Amateur Woodworker #72: Financially limited!

03-26-2016 02:41 AM by PhilBello | 2 comments »

My woodwork seems to have come to a grinding halt, unfortunately my car needs major work on it, which has bit deeply into my finances, so woodwork is confined to using what wood I have in stock for the time being, not ideal, but I have a string of medical appointments coming up, so maybe it has come at the right time…if there is such a thing! A couple of days ago, I decided that it was time to make a medicine cabinet for the house, I had some plywood sitting about waiting for a proje...

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Bookcase No. 2 - Part 4

03-10-2016 10:53 PM by Jordash | 2 comments »

The bookcase is finished and so are the videos! I’m happy to say that the bookcase suits the room well and it even fits the gap it’s supposed to go in (I admit to being somewhat nervous when I turned up to deliver it). View on YouTube If anyone wants an easy link, I’ve set up a playlist with all 4 parts here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbd5qQJhXiljBIkSsvn0O6T012UXGyOdS

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My Woodworking Projects #5: Bookcase No. 2 - Part 3

03-03-2016 08:22 PM by Jordash | 0 comments »

So another week and yet more progress. This bookcase has definitely gone together better than the 1st one. I learnt from my mistakes and took extra care to ensure that the shelves were all the same length and were definitely square when glued in place. This means that the sides are nice and straight, whereas on the first bookcase one side had a significant bow in it, that needed hiding with the face frame and careful placement in the room it went into. Anyway, here is the film of the 3rd p...

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Life as an Amateur Woodworker #70: Trying to find a good Router Table design

03-01-2016 01:35 AM by PhilBello | 13 comments »

Last July I blogged about building a new router table as an extension wing of my Table Saw, it worked well, but recently the router started to flex, and no amount of adjustment solved the problem, so it had to go, I don’t think it was the design, so much as the quality of the hardware I was able to get down here. After searching the internet for a while, I came across another design, that bolts to your workbench. I used my old Bauker plunger router for this, it wont be long before th...

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My Woodworking Projects #3: Bookcase no. 2

02-21-2016 07:39 AM by Jordash | 2 comments »

So after the success of the first bookcase a couple from church asked me to make them a bookcase. This is to fit in a specific gap, so I tweaked the dimensions a bit. Also in the future it will become a support for a desk. Anyway this time we decided to film it, here is the first part: View on YouTube

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