Here is an easy way to accurately layout your dovetails for a compound angle.
........a guy cleaning up the shop in high speed, with music….. ........Or a dog (my dog) catching some frisbees and some sticks….... haha…sorry guys…just testing out my new tripod I built. You can see it here on the projects page. The first video you are seeing is me sweeping out my neighbors garage. I live in an apartment while going to college, so do not have my own shop. I’ve gotten to know my neighbor pretty well and he lets me use his garage...
Right Click to DownloadRight Click to Download in HDSubscription Options After I posted the previous Shop Journal entry, there was about two weeks of post-construction inactivity. Essentially, this was the calm before the storm. I had just a couple of days to move some smaller items into the new space before the movers came for the big power tools. The move itself went well, with the exception of one near-mishap, which I happend to get footage of. Now that the tools are in place, its t...
Right Click to DownloadRight Click to Download in HDSubscription Options As many of you know already, I am moving my shop back to the old space. I have some big changes in mind and this video gives you a good idea of what’s to come. I plan on releasing a series of these short “Shop Journal” posts in true video blog fashion so you can keep up with the latest developments. I am really excited to get back into the old space and I hope you enjoy this inside look. Want to have fun with my S...
Part 2 of the Sawdust Chronicles Build Challenge. I don’t have a jointer so I have to get an old Stanley No.7 up and running.
Well Guys, I finally had an opportunity to sit down and edit a video that Brian Havens and I shot before he jetted back to his home in California. We had a great time working together on this project and it did well to support a local Billings organization that serves the developmentally disabled community. I also want to mention that a local LumberJock MTBrian also helped out and it was a good thing he helped what he did because we barely, just BARELY made it in time to the auction as ...
This is version 2.0. I used my beta version for a couple of years and decided there was a lot that needed improving.
Lesson 4: Proper Technique Needed in this lesson: chip carving knife, basswood practice board, mechanical pencil, t-square We’ve all heard many times that “practice makes perfect”. But really this is faulty advice. It’s not “practice” that makes perfect, but rather, “perfect practice makes perfect”. This is very true when it comes to chip carving. Developing proper technique from the start will lead to good results in short order and a ...
Steven White's creation I’m not sure if Steven is a member here or not but he has some amazing things he’s created, this is just one of them. He’s got a very nice website also WWW.StevenWhiteWoodworking.com Enjoy.
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