I finally found a woodworking buddy to help me post stuff on here & I wanted to show off my shop so here it is. Thanks to Kenny. Here is the linkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6Th7GNThoc
This is really just for me to practice putting a video together. I just got my new camera in the mail and was really wanting to try it out so, I just shot a couple of clips of what I have been working on lately. I am planning on putting some how-to videos together on framing for my new website. It would be a big help if you guys could give me some feed back on what you think I could do better. Also, sorry about the radio I will be sure to cut it off when I make the next one.Thanks,Clayhttp://...
This is the last of three parts detailing how I made the sander. Part 3 provides details for the surface sander attachment, photos of the final combo sander, specs, dimensions, comments, observations and a cost estimate. I found the sander too heavy to lug around and too high to use on my bench or assembly table. It’s now on a rolling cabinet made with ¾” plywood. The cabinet has two large drawers and storage in the back for the Surface Sanding Table, a place to hang a large push stick on ...
Download Low ResolutionDownload High Resolution During the Greene & Greene coffee table class I attended a few weeks ago, William Ng gave us an impromptu lesson in scraper sharpening. Fortunately I had my Flip Cam at the ready and captured this tutorial for your enjoyment. William uses Takenoko 4,000 and 8,000 grit sharpening stones and you can pick those up in his store. How do you like that fancy water bath? Looking for a small set of card scrapers? Check this out:Cabinet Scraper...
Part 2 of the Sawdust Chronicles Build Challenge. Getting my opened box (no Box) $150.00 planer up and running. rough milling the wood.
Hey Guys & Gals! A quick video showing building a picture frame for mothers day. Really just an excuse to get out into the workshop. Sorry if you have alrady seen this ( I have already posted this as a project when I decided I wanted to blog this) ENJOY!
Building a hose hanger for my shopvac.
Well the long wait is over. Martin has relented and brought back the good old Coffee Lounge for LJs to escape the sawdust and shoot the breeze. Obviously there are some heavily enforced post restrictions: No cuss words, degrading genders, no arguments and above all else, no opinions. Some may find it a boring place. Well, here’s the Grand Opening video, enjoy and come in for a coffee.Yung Joc - Coffee Shop [Feat. Gorilla Zoe] by AtlanticRecords
I hope you have been checking out videos by Alex Harris, The Teen Woodworker. We thought it would be fun to make a video together and share some of our favorite woodworking tips. Be sure to visit Alex on LumberJocks or check out all his videos on his YouTube channel.
I got interested in woodworking about 2-1/2 years ago and this video shows how my shop grew – taking over the rest of the finished basement…....oops. It’s about 9 minutes long – with Tommy Bolin on the soundtrack. You’ll notice the space filling out – the tools changing – hope you enjoy. Jeff
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