Here is a cool tip on how you can automatically add macro buttons to your excel workbook that ecabinets generates when you export their cut list to excel. This can be used on any workbook. So check it out and let me know what you think.https://youtu.be/jdOmtxfIktw
Made from $12.00 worth of bronze bushings and a shaft collar. The shaft collar has a set screw that holds a 1/8” drill bit in place, so you would need to use 1/8” axles for your hinge pieces. The largest bushing has an inside diameter of 1/2”. The second bushing an outside diameter of 1/2” and an inside diameter of 3/8”. The shaft collar has an outside diameter of 3/8”, takes a 1/8” drill bit, and uses an allen set screw that takes a 1/16R...
Yesterday, while working on the stake sides for my Harbor Freight trailer, I found myself in a need for a depth gauge for the drill bits I was using. I didn’t think to bring out a roll of painter’s tape and I was too into my work to get one from the dungeon. A solution that worked well for me: use your marking pencil to draw a heavy line across one of the twist bit’s flukes. The line will be quite visible as the bit spins. _ I have been busy with building a trailer...
This is Part two of the two part series that I am doing on how to create a cabinet size report from the cut list that ecabinets generates in excel.In this video I will show you how you can edit the recorded macros for the text to columns. This will allow the code to run without selecting or activating the worksheet. It will also allow you to work with the worksheet if it is hidden. Here is the link to check it out.https://youtu.be/ks9SCtd1jkY
This is Part one of a two part series that I am doing on how to create a cabinet size report from the cut list that ecabinets generates in excel.In this video I will show you how you can automatically extract the cabinet sizes from the cabinet name in eCabinets cut list.Here is the link to check it out. https://youtu.be/25JB1Xa0RRY
I posted a while back in the forums about card scraping. Mainly my interest was driven by the reduction/elimination of sanding from my finishing routine. I bought some card scrapers and a burnisher from Woodcraft, set about sharpening them/creating a burr via several different methods, and met with lots of mixed results. Well, finally I have had some success! Let me thank all of the LJs who responded to my thread and put me on to some very good YouTube videos of different techniques. The...
This morning in a great whirlpool in my brain. With my left over wood from projects. As a person that has always had a problem throwing away. Things that still have use. I just do not used them now, but may in the future. It has always been my luck as soon as I got rid of something. Within two or three weeks I wish I had that item. Todays problem is left over wood. I could use a few pointers from others that have gone thru this. At what point do you just toss out pieces when you have so ma...
This is my latest video on working with eCabinets cut list in excel. In this video I will show you how you can automatically add a new worksheet and transfer all of the data from the sheet component listing to the new worksheet and more. So be sure to check it out.Here is the link.https://youtu.be/atw70ZkEuqQ
Monday May 4th I took my 1958 Shopsmith 3/4 horsepower motor down to the electrical motor shop and found out that I had a bad capacitor. However, after replacing the capacitor the motor still wouldn’t run and the guy at the repair shop recommended replacing the start-up relay. Being the mechanic that I am and having rebuilt starters before I figured there shouldn’t be too much of a difference between the contacts in this relay and the ones for the starter solenoid, except the si...
I have had the idea to film in POV style for a while now, this is my first attempt. This video is basically pure raw footage, I will expand on this style of filming if there’s interest from my viewers, so please let me know in the comments below. Especially what you would like to see! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wwxQR2_zB8
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