Here it is, The first of my shop tour series. In this video I look at the current setup of my workshop and go into details about my machines, I talk about what I like, don’t like and everything in-between.I then go onto talk about what the shop will eventually turn into once I have finished my workshop build. Video Available at my Website http://jordswoodshop.com/2011/11/announcement-shop-tour-video-underway/ Or at youtube directly http://youtu.be/WhmYlT2kXMA Or alternativel...
Hi Lumberjocks! I just wanted to share a video tour of my shop with any who are interested. I hope that you enjoy and Thank you for watching. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_DKxxf3CaM
In this episode I give you a tour around my garage shop. Here is the link to the shop bench series.
Got things cleaned up after making the bathroom cabinet and vanity. Also got a new table saw fence. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DxkZFLCoiA
I got interested in woodworking about 2-1/2 years ago and this video shows how my shop grew – taking over the rest of the finished basement…....oops. It’s about 9 minutes long – with Tommy Bolin on the soundtrack. You’ll notice the space filling out – the tools changing – hope you enjoy. Jeff
I owe this to everyone’s shop tour I’ve seen. My idle time at work lately has been nothing but looking at other people’s shops. I just did a quick run through on my phone. New truck, woodshop, music space, and garden. Good times.
While checking out workshops I noticed this one by WistysWoodworkingWonders. I smiled when I saw that a single idea blossomed into a multi-purposed space. Wisty’s work space began as a typical garage workshop and then, during a casual (and joking) conversation with a neighbour the idea started to form. But I’ll let Wisty tell you about the journey himself. “Debbie asked if she could drop by for a tour of my shop [in Victory, BC, Canada] which of course is...
It’s in 2 parts, and I am no videographer, the audio stinks, but here it is in all it’s semi glory… Part 1 of my video shop tour. Part 2 of my video shop tour.
Right Click to DownloadRight Click to Download in HDSubscription Options In the past, I’ve discussed how shop improvements are never done. As our needs and tool preferences change, the shop has to be able to adjust accordingly. If not, you will likely be faced with an inefficient and potentially unsafe work environment. If you can believe it, its already been over a year since Nicole and I moved into our new house. And for those that don’t know, we are indeed still carrying ...
At the beginning of the month, on a whim, I added my shop tour video to the shop gallery on Fine Woodworking. I had no idea that it would get featured in the newsletter. I am honored, and perhaps a little overwhelmed. Here is a link to the video:Shop Tour And here is a link to the newsletter:Fine Woodworking Newsletter
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