|Blog series by Drew - Rock-n H Woodshop||updated 5 days ago||44 parts||36860 reads||193 comments total|
Rock-n H Woodshop podcast is officially off the ground. My website is under construction currently, but will soon play host to all of my video podcasting, projects and viewer projects. There will be interactive commenting on all videos and projects in the future as well as helpful links to websites pertaining to our craft. Currently, the easiest way to find me is on YouTube at www.YouTube.com/rhwoodshopMy videos are on a number of video websites but YouTube is the powerhouse of them all. So c...
Just a notice episode 3 “got paint?” is now up and running and ready to watch on Http://www.YouTube.com/rhwoodshopThanks to all of you that subscribed to my channel!!! Just copy and paste
Hey fellow Jocks,My newest episode is up on my Youtube and Blip channels. In this episode you will finally see how the epoxy flooring goes on the floor after all the prep work we did with the buffer. I still use the liquid etch in tough to reach places, however. I will then show you how to apply the top coat and a bonus view of the new rockler paint (gallon) mixer in action for easy mixing and application of the top coat. Be sure and check it out. Thanks again for all the views and comme...
Thank you for making it this far with me on this podcast. Now is the time for all the tools to be moved in and set up. We will start will the tablesaw, and then carry on in to getting up a slat wall for storage later. Please join me in this fun episode. I will show you some tips and tricks that you may already know, but for the beginning woodworker you may not know. Hope you all enjoy and don’t forget….SUBSCRIBE!!!! :) www.youtube.com/rhwoodshopwww.blip.tv/rhwoodshopwww.f...
Sorry to all you that have been expecting a new episode. Things have been getting really busy around the shop and editing a new video has been difficult. I didn’t get to touch the computer until last night. The videos are processing right now and should be up soon. Again, I’m sorry! Drew
Woodworking begins Saturday morning. Commission project for a customer! Stay tuned…....
“End Grain Cutting Board Counter Top” – Part 1Okay, it is now time for a “woodworking project”!!!! I know that many of you have seen the title of my show and wondered, hello? Where is the woodworking? Well here it is! Get ready to take notes on this one, b/c this is one project that a novice can do with a table saw, sander and glue. Be sure and leave comments, and don’t forget “SUBSCRIBE”!!!! www.YouTube.com/Rhwoodshop Enjoy!!!!
Hey fellow LJ’s, I am going to try to upload this to LJ.com so you can all enjoy without clicking links…...Thanks! Now comes the time to finish the countertop! Here you will see how to assemble and create an end grain top. Also, you will learn how to use a two stage epoxy finish to give the countertop a glass like appearance and durability. Since this top will NOT be used like a cutting board, this fit the best option for the homeowner. Please feel free to leave me comments ...
This is just a real quick install of some base trim molding in a customer’s house. I was asked for some help, so I took the camera along with me…..Enjoy!
In this episode, I invite you into my shop for a detailed look at what I have now and later when the shop is done, you will see the after tour. Also, next week you will see my jigs episode. Thank you and enjoy!!!
I wanted to apologize for my prior video. My prior video was corrupted during conversion and I had several parts of the video that had talking over talking. OOPS!!! I spent last night redoing the audio and I even added a few things! Please take a look so you can hear what my bad transfer from before prevented you from hearing. Once again, I am sorry and I hope you enjoy! My prior video has been deleted from YouTube so there is no longer confusion.
This is an in-depth look at the collection of my current jigs that I have in my shop. Hope you all enjoy and leave me comments. Don’t forget to subscribe so you won’t miss a thing.P. S. Please excuse the very beginning, I just could not resist doing it. Drew – Rock-n H Woodshop
Have you ever needed to joint on your table saw? I know I have in the past and I had a fence made to do it. However, b/c of my fence upgrade I have not been able to do so, until now. In this episode, I show you how to build your own jointer fence fixture that will allow you to use your saw blade like jointer knives. If you have scraps of ply that you want to make bigger without the hassle of going to the lumber store to get a new sheet, this makes nice work of cleaning up joints on not ju...
This is a video response for my newest jig build. I rec’d several requests to demonstrate the jig with a rough cut edge plywood going across the grain. I joint two pieces of ply using the jig going across the grain of rmaximum effectiveness of the jig. Hope you all enjoy and leave me comments or a video response of your jigs. Thanks!!!!!
This is for all Pinterest Lovers! My wife has been wanting one of these for some time now. This is a 2×4 Sectional constructed completely out of, you guessed it, 2×4’s! I found the picture and cut list online but no plans on how to piece it together. A lot of dry fits went into this project, oh yea, and a lot of screws. Hope you all enjoy and leave me comments or post a video response. Have a great day!!! www.facebook.com/rocknhwoodshopwww.blip.tv/rhwoodshopwww.youtub...
This is an addition for my 2×4 sectional I made last week. I realized I needed a table because I had no place to put my drinks when eating lunch out on the porch. The construction is very similar to the sectional and is very heavy and sturdy. This video has bloopers at the end of it so don’t judge me! LOL! Hope you guys enjoy and leave me comments. Don’t forget to subscribe.
This is a meal board planner for the kitchen. It is made from poplar and beadboard and the frame is from scratch. If you like pinterest and making frames, then you will love this episode. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave me comments. Special thanks to Wood Working for Mere Mortals for the frame instruction. Youtube: www.youtube.com/rhwoodshopFacebook: www.facebook.com/rocknhwoodshopTwitter: www.twitter.com @rhwoodshopblip tv: www.blip.tv/rhwoodshop Don’t forget to check o...
This is to solve my wood storage problem. This is my first of many shop furniture builds. I got inspiration from the WW’s lumber rack as well as some others across the net. As you can see my shop colors are going to rock out. Can’t wait till it is all done. Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel and leave me comments. http://youtu.be/NGTPmNNU5Pc
This my second installment of my shop build. Last week I made a lumber rack and to fill the other blank part of that wall, I have constructed the simplest style of clamp racks. They are modular and super simple to make. They accommodate pipe clamps and bar clamps. There is also a bracket to hold the hand clamps, c-clamps, and band clamp. Watch the link below for full details on how to make you own modular clamp racks that can be moved anywhere in the shop. Thank you for watching and Don&...
This is the first episode of my cabinet build for my Delta contractors table saw. This episode focuses on the torsion box assembly of the bottom rolling cart to support all 5 cabinets. If you enjoy it, subscribe to my channel and feel free to leave me comments. Thanks for watching. http://youtu.be/GTkIFmj6ZRY
This is a follow-up on my past videos answering questions from my lumberjack viewers as well as my YouTube viewers. Thank you for your subscriptions and for those of you that haven’t please subscribe! http://youtu.be/SzCZ5ro5ss4
This is part 2 of the TS cabinet build. This will show how to make pass through cabinetry with the use of rabbits, glue and screws. Hope you enjoy and sorry for the delay in posting. Be sure and like this if you enjoyed it and don’t forget to comment. Subscribe!!! http://youtu.be/KYXNw8tz9AI
After my rest time I’m back in the saddle continuing with my table saw cabinet build. This episode will show dust frame construction for one cabinet using tongue and groove joinery. I’m using inexpensive plywood so never mind the potato chip warping on the small parts. LOL!!!Click for video: http://youtu.be/e0Y9DgcP91I Thanks for watching!!!!! Drew Short
This is the router table section of my table saw cabinetry. This has numerous dados and a big drawer space to allow for the routers to stand up in the drawer (to be made later) instead of laying down to help save space. The router box cavity will be enclosed with a dust collection port later to come and the bit storage will be on the upper left portion of the box with the use of hard board runners for the drawers and space below for heavier duty drawer below them. The right side upper sectio...
Here I demonstrate how I do lock joinery on the table saw. Love this joint for fast and easy drawer fronts that will withstand a lot of abuse. Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe!!! Click HERE for video!!!
This is just a quick insight into future projects for the shop and a quick Q/A Thanks and Enjoy http://youtu.be/CfuhgOUt6AQ
Sorry about this guys but sickness has struck my daughter again and it took up all my time taking care of her. So there really isn’t much to look at here but I still wanted to give you something, so here it is in all its glory…..Thanks and Sorry! Watch VIDEO
Hey guys, sorry for the delay in the posting of this video. I had a few audio issues with my first attempt that I had to clear up and it took me all day. This episode is a catch-up episode leading up to the construction of the torsion box top. as requested by some of you there is no music during my monologue. In the beginning you guys can jam out as much as you want and if you don’t like the music just turn down the volume. :) Hope you all enjoy, please comment rate and subscribe if you...
This is nothing like WWMM specials but it is the best I could do on very short notice. Thanks to a residual bug from my daughter’s illness I, too, got sick which kept me out of the shop. Hope you all enjoy, be sure and subscribe if you haven’t and give me comments and feedback on my first special.
It’s done!!!! Enjoy!!!! Watch here and don’t forget to subscribe!!!!!!http://youtu.be/znQkqgY964U
This is my version of the Woodworkers Fighting Cancer Easel Build”. Hope you enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe!!!!http://youtu.be/6BjRlxCupIw
Here is the router table, the last thing I need to do for my ultimate tablesaw cabinet. Those of you that love woodworking you might want to check this out. http://youtu.be/RclrFFTaJRQ
This is dedicated to all of the woodworkers who fight with their wives for tools. Here is my video for the Christmas season this year. Hope you all have a great Merry Christmas and a happy new year, and keep those wives away from the store when you go. Christmas Video
Here it is fellow LJ’ers. After months of planning and making dust the cabinet is finally complete. Here is my formal or not so formal tour. Hope you enjoy! Click here for the tour!
Here I answer your questions that you posed to me from my first video. I also touch on features that were not mentioned as well. Please comment and leave me any suggestions. Thank you enjoy! Click here: http://youtu.be/VMLzN0dFpPM
Here I show you how I use my door making set to achieve a really beautiful bead board panel door. This is a 2 part series for my latest commission project, a kitchen island that I made the end grain countertop for several months back. Hope you enjoy!!! USING A COPE AND STICK BIT SET FOR PANEL DOORS!
My 45 second video here says it all! Rock-n H Woodshop
I just stumbled on this quick tip. Countersinking with a bit you wouldn’t expect! Thanks for looking and watching. See you Monday with my episode on machine dovetailing! http://youtu.be/BM3Zi5mTvqY Drew
This is a wrap up the kitchen island showing you how I cut the dovetails for the drawers using my Porter Cable 24 inch Omni Jig. This jig is so user-friendly it is almost difficult to screw up the dovetails. I have had my share of bargain brand dovetail jigs before and this one blows them all out of the water. I even prefer it over the Leigh jigs. Hope you all enjoy, be sure and subscribe if you are a new viewer. Thank you for your support and comments.http://youtu.be/vbm_epeuBc8
This is one fast and fun method of using reclaimed base trim for an easy project. It’s mainly to appease the wives, sorry guys! Drew-Rock-n H Woodshop http://youtu.be/Tv7HKvZDPRU
This is my own design of a dead blow mallet. I actually made several of these years ago and decided to thank Steve Ramsey, Jay Bates and John Heisz for their help in sharing my channel with other viewers. This is one of my most favorite projects, for those of you interested the link for the build video is down below. Thanks for looking…......... http://youtu.be/xVZZWEZmfck
This is my easy DIY crosscut sled. My old one is now garbage so I needed to redo it. I use the five cut method to dial it in within .002 of an inch in accuracy. For those of you that want to see the build here is a video link! PS.: I did make one mistake in my calculation of the 7/8 of an inch being .85 when it should have been .875 I accidentally left the 7 out of the equation. Answer still comes out to a – .013 so it is still okay http://youtu.be/DQ1sciIzEZc
Here is my breakdown of my sled and why the 5 cut method works to get you near perfect results.Video: http://youtu.be/1eL79CJ6XHQ
This was a simple project using left over end grain butcher block from a previous project! For this interested in viewing the build, check it out here: http://youtu.be/S38ByU6iZys Thank you and Enjoy!!!