Wow it seems like this is going slow. Work has been busy and finding time to work on this bunk bed is hard. However, I have finished up another step in the bunk bed and that is getting all the mortises chopped out on the ends. There were 12 total and they all went smooth. In this video I show what tools you need to mark your mortises as well as which tools you’ll need to chop out the mortises. Enjoy, comment, share, and give it a thumbs up! View on YouTube
In this video I show you how you can create a macro to format the cut list that eCabinets generates when you export them into excel. You do not need any advanced knowledge of vba to do this. So check it out.https://youtu.be/AAQDq4QkXWk
https://youtu.be/kcPmjZu3DYo Restoration of a Craftsman flea market hand plane.
Here is the video where I made an American Flag Coin Rack. https://youtu.be/bAQvJZEG4bk
View on YouTube I like the look of bandsaw boxes, but I don’t have a bandsaw. I wanted to see if I could make something that emulated a bandsaw box anyway. It’s not emulating the more familiar drawer style box, but the kind with the removable lid. All you absolutely need is a jigsaw, drill, router table with flush trim bit, and some sandpaper.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2ysB0kKuNM I’ve already posted this video on the Hand Plane and State of the Shop threads, but thought I’d preserve it this blog series as well. I’m using my Stanley #55 for the first time (Technically the 2nd time, as I did a practice with this iron before I shot this video). It was relatively easy, and this was one of the more complex irons. It uses all 3 skates, and 1 fence.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBvrz8kMk0w This week I didn’t get a whole lot done, but I did manage to get the foam cut out for the NUC contest shipping case, the custom window fitted for the Victorian Desktop, and got myself a Mod Zoo Poster. Victorian Desktop Project Log: http://themodzoo.com/forum/index.php/topic/2018-victorian-desktop-mosquito-updated-6th-apr-2015/ Case Mod Portfolio: http://themodsquito.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/themodsquitoTwitter: https://tw...
Lynn Orvar has a unique way of doing woodworking. Her shop looks like it was decorated by Martha Stewart and she always adds a flair to her projects. Lynn first came to my attention through a mention by Steve Ramsey who in turn heard of her from the old Weekly Woodworking Wrap-up Review by the Drunken Woodworker. Some of her projects my be termed craft projects, but anyone who hand cuts joinery deserves to be termed a woodworker. Lynn’s main YouTube channel, named for her dog, A...
How I made some legs that have a curved foot for a set of tables I’m working on. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tByYIauTXj8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HD5ITkkxEDw For more information, including a sketchup drawing, check out my blog at:http://sawdustnewbie.com/2015/04/video-8-paper-towel-rack/
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