I finally got around to making this small router plane. It’s been on the “I’ll make it someday” list for a long while. I’m sure many of you can relate. It didn’t take long to make, even while trying to capture t...
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I'm alot like most woodworkers out there. I putter around in the shop making this or that. I'm more of a tinkerer than anything else. Organizing my 9' x 11' (that's right, I have 99 sq. ft. of shop) is always ongoing. I've been an avid wood worker for the past ten years or so and I'm always looking for ways of making my woodworking experience more efficient. I've managed to make a number of things from my small shop and I'll try to post them in my pics. That's just a little about me. I look forward to getting to know more about you and your woodworking journey. Take care.
-- Doug - Make an effort to live by the slogan "We try harder"
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This a short (short for me anyway) video that shows how I made a rolling pin. It was good to fire up the lathe again. Especially to make something that will last for generations. I hope it inspires you to make one of your own. Thanks for wat...
This is just a quick video to say thanks to fellow woodworker Jay Bates. Check out his video to see how he made some simple and inexpensive brackets that can be used for shelving or lumber storage. Thanks for watching. Take care.
Hello everyone, I’ve been using hand planes for a little while and I wanted to see how accurately I could dimension a piece of material. I grabbed a scrap piece of hard maple and planed it down to some random width and thickness. Here is a v...