For over a year now, I have struggled with my hepa vac and dust deputy screwed to a furniture dolly. Not sure why, but I finally had enough and decided to build a more permanent solution https://youtu.be/T39d8J9DxgE
You may be familiar with Tatiana Baldina’s patterns and chip carving (FancyChip).She sent me some video footage of her carving and I edited it so we can see how she does her carving.Follow this link and check it out!https://youtu.be/qtsSBRyKdL8
My filming stuff has been laying all over. Batteries in one box, camera in another, tripod somewhere else. I figured it was time to make a box to hold all my stuff. I was able to cut everything on my Ridgid bandsaw and then cut all the rabbets and dadoes on my router table. Very simple yet strong construction. Click here to view on YouTube. Subscribe for weekly build videos!
New to the video thing but just wanted to show the rear wheels and drive shaft doing their thing. Just set your mouse over this I finally did it, I went back and did most of the things that needed to be done, so it is finished..The biggest thing I wanted to do was close in the windshield it was looking way to open, and was the one thing I didn’t like in these plans, if I was to build another one I would lower the top some for a cleaner look.
In July I bought the new Bosch REAXX table saw. I had the opportunity to demonstrate the saw’s flesh sensing technology at my local woodworking club. Here is the You Tube video You can also read my tool review
View on YouTube Click to watch video on YouTube A friend of mine saw a bookcase in a woodworking magazine. She knows all about my workbench and my woodworking YouTube videos so she knew that this would be an easy project for me. So, she asked me to make one for her grandchildren. Gluing the cleats to the top Her grandchildren, Billy and Alex live in another state with their mother and my friend was going to deliver the bookcase to them. Actually, that was my biggest challenge on ...
This is an overview of the project build, if you would like a more in depth version of this project please check out my personal blog post building a pedestal or join me for a behind the scenes look into my shop and watch a voice over version of the video below on Patreon Watch it on YouTube I started out cutting all the parts to their rough length, milling them and using dominos for alignment during glue up. As always I took care when selecting the boards so the joint between ...
Not what I had planned to do this week, but things happen. We had a micro burst or down draft or something like that hit the biggest tree in our yard. This lead to the need to do a bit of clean up. It’s an ill wind that does no one some good. Making the best of it, we now have an extra bit of wood to heat the house next year. View on YouTube
Maybe I am a bit of a pessimist, but I find some of the “tool awards” presented by some blogs to be questionable mashups of both parties gaining from awards being handed out. The blog/magazine gets free tools and gets to highlight major names who then buy ads, and then in turn the tool companies promote their tools as award winning which then to some extent benefits the tool company and gives credit back to the publication. Hence its hard for me to not think of them as possibly bi...
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