as woodworkers we tend to underappreciate woods that are not mahogany or walnut, but I think we should appreciate the unique characteristics that can be found in pine when explored long enough, which is easy to do thanks to its availability. below is a link to a box I made out of a unique piece of fire knot pine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iH1wFVv5IDA
Hey guys, I just finsihed my pallet coffee table. Here is my implementation. I also made a video about how to build it. Youtube Video: DIY pallet coffee table GLOWING ! Hope you like it. GreetsDaniel
I recently researched upgrade options for my entry-level Avenger dado set. I opted for the Freud SD508 8” Super Dado set. One of the minor complaints about this dado set was the fact that the chippers are not labeled with their sizes. I thought I could fix that and my first idea was to etch them as I had etched other metals in the past. It turned out that I couldn’t do that because of the coating that Freud puts on the blades and chippers. What to do? I then ...
Hey guys, Here I am making the Shooting board Mike Pekovich covers in his Article. I do my miter setup a bit different than his. So definitely check that article out from Fine Woodworking, and check out my video below. View on YouTube
After having rebuilt my 16ft boat and making a new cabin, i have now purchased an open ex ships life boat 26ft long, i have designed and drawn the main structure of the wheelhouse, that i intend to put inside the hull, i have also completed the moulds necessary to build a fibre glass wheel house , and completed the main glassfibre structure for those interested follow the link for the pics design and the whole build https://www.facebook.com/andys.woodwork.and.carpentry/?ref=bookmarks- Andy s ...
Alaskan Chainsaw Mill V2.0 is going to be a follow on to the review I posted around this time last year. It seems to have been fairly liked considering it now shows up on Google within the first page of search results. Just type in “Chainsaw Mill” into Google and you will see it within a scroll or two. I’ll thank you all on Lumberjocks for that. Note: some of the images are large but if you right click on them and “Open image in new tab.” You will be able to see...
Hey everybody, my name is frank and I am a hobby craftsman from germany. When I started, it soon came out that my heart was hanging on the woodwork. Since then I have realized many small and big projects. Meanwhile I have started to create videos and came out my own youtube channel. I have fun sharing my experiences with others.My videos are in german, but some with english subtitles. Most of them can be understood as well :)Now I will introduce you my latest project, the build of my diy tab...
If you are in or near NE Ohio, come out of the virtual world and join us! We are a Woodworking MeetUp Group that is dedicated to promoting the Art of woodworking… by teaching and learning from other members. Search for Woodworking Groups on MeetUp.com… and see what we do. https://www.meetup.com/NE-Ohio-Woodworking-Meetup/ We are having a Post-Holiday Party in January… if you are interested in Socializing with Fellow Woodworkers. Details on the MeetUp site
I used this basic lumber rack idea from the Wood Whisperer. He’s one of my go-to You-Tube channels when I need advice. I have this nice empty wall that is begging me to hang lumber on it. And I have this butchered piece of plywood that I used to protect some wet concrete a few months ago. I made this jig to cut all the angled brackets on the table saw. I bolted the uprights to the wall with lag screws. Then I built all the “C” shaped brackets ...
Daves Workshop #3: Using a cheap Harbor Freight riveter for awesome dust collection ductwork joints.
If you, like me have been putting your dust collection system together with screws, STOP IT, those screws stick into the duct work and can snag stringy stuff and clog things up for you. Not a good thing. In this video I show you a great, serviceable alternative to screws. View on YouTube
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