I don’t own a camera so a neighbor volunteered to film my shop. Its a bit unique so enjoy.I hope it even worked since we don’t know what we are doing. :-) Always willing to learn new things! Watch the Video
Recently H&J Kerkhof have moved to a larger facility to continue manufacturing furniture components for the Vancouver area. This is a video that shows the new space and a short video about the old shop and how the move to the new shop happened. Submitted for the shop tour challange. Watch the Video
Here is TheAggie’s shop video for the Challenge 02 contest. I just hit the highlights of my shop, not all the little nuts and bolts laying around.
Our buddy Darryl says he has the Woodworking Dungeon – perhaps now he’ll agree that I really do… with spiders and miles of cobwebs barely overhead for a nice festive touch. One upshot to this contest was forcing myself to clean up the space a bit (Ignore all the dust and spiderwebs. I do). I also found 3 six-in-one screwdrivers that were slated to have their handles replaced with new new wooden ones… That puts versions 4-6 on the to do list, without spening any $$...
Hi all, It has been a busy week, but I managed to knock something together for the challenge.Hope you enjoy.
Hi Folks! Here is my first entry in my lumberjocks blog. A video shop tour for challenge02. I maintain a smallwoodworking Blog – Mots Woodworking Blog, and a small tool review blog – Mot's Tool Blog over at Blogspot. I also keep an up2date photo essay of my current and past projects at my Picasaweb Album for K and T Woodworking. K and T Woodworking is just the name of my shop, named after the initials of my children. Thanks for watching!
Well, here goes!Boy was this an interesting process. I don’t own a video camera and so I had to use the built-in iSight on my MacBook. That means that I had to walk around holding my laptop, trying to watch where I was walking, balance the computer in my hands, think, and chew gum all at the same time! I purposely didn’t tidy up the shop prior to filming. 1) I was taking a break from a project in process and 2) well, this is probably its “natural” state. Hopefully ...
Now it’s your chance to learn more about posting videos online and try it yourself. Together with Marc Spagnuolo, we have prepared another unique challenge for you. And this time it’s video challenge! We’re sure that each woodworking king (alias LumberJock) is proud of his castle. So now you have two weeks to record a full tour of your shop and show others your essential tools and equipment. As Marc says, the goal is to be creative and have fun! If you want to t...
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