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!
Using some scrap wood and a few tools I created a dust pan to help keep the shop clean.
"Behind the Sawdust" at Stumpy Nubs Woodworking Journal #3: 4 Things to Get You Started in Relief Wood Carving
Relief carving is fun, and anyone can do it. In this edition of our “behind the scenes” vlog we discuss how to buy gouges (new and used), how to sharpen them, how to select your first project, even how to turn a mallet! View on YouTube Show notes are found here Subscribe to Stumpy Nubs Woodworking Journal- our free monthly digital magazine, and WIN FREE TOOLS!
Some jobs just need more space.” If you can’t read the box in the video that I am moving between totes. That is an older Avon soft sided cooler with built in radio. My wife bought that years ago thinking we’d use it. I have never had it out of the box…
Hi Guys, This week, I posted a seemingly innocent video giving a fellow you-tuber a “shout out” thinking to receive only appreciation for my efforts. But a day later, I was challenged into making a skull themed project. The links below will tell a more complete story. I hope you enjoy our video series. My challenge due date is this up and coming Sunday July 24, 2016. My shout out video:https://youtu.be/QxrMlhgGK20 Eloy’s challenge:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPBmr...
Making A time tracking application with excel.Part1In my previous post, I gave you guys a workbook that I started on. In the intro video, I asked for any suggestions and/ or feedback. One suggestion was to make it look and act like an actual application. So I am starting a completely new program. You can download the workbook here. Then click on the video link and follow along. Please let me know what you think.
In this video series we are making a rustic live edge coffee table View on YouTube http://www.JordsWoodShop.com
Watch my project be built on Youtube Thanks for watching This is a straightforward build. Instead of buying the really expensive Picture Frame Molding, I opted to cut down some decorative door casing from the big box store. It runs about $15 for a 7’ long stick, depending on the profile you pick. (If you are interested in the tools I used in this build and a more in depth write up please visit my blog on Custom Picture Framing I started out cutting a dado along the edge of the ...
Cleaning a hand saw blade can be done using two methods (that I’ve found) using either sandpaper or a scraper. I’m brand new to using the scraper and was not sure of the results I would get, but what a surprise. Check out the results of this handsaw restoration using a scraper. Please like and subscribe and check out my channel for more woodworking! Link to Video
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