|Forum topic by TheWoodenOyster||posted 09-06-2014 12:06 PM||1039 views||1 time favorited||3 replies|
09-06-2014 12:06 PM
Well you know how every once in a while, youtube suggests a great video? Well I just came across a guy named Ron Paulk that has some really great workshop fixtures, jigs, and solutions. Looks like he is a general contractor who does all his own millwork and subs out the rest of his work. He runs his jobsite shop out of a trailer that is almost stupidly efficient. He also has two large work stations – a workbench and a Paulk total staion.
These fixtures look lightweight, usable, and most importantly cheap. They look like really awesome options for someone who works out of a garage that is typically taken up by a car. They break down and are pretty compact in storage size compared to most stuff we see. You can order plans, but he also has detailed construction videos that would probably suffice if you used your brain a little bit to figure out dimensions.
I try not to spam videos much, unless they are real cool. I think this one deserves a little attention, so I thought I’d send it out to everyone. There is usable info and techniques for everyone in these videos, from fine woodworkers to trim carpenters.
I am in no way affiliated with Ron Paulk, hopefully y’all know that by now. I am just a regular old LJ like you. Hope these videos help a few people out.
-- The Wood Is Your Oyster