Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #61 – January 3, 2015


Every week I like to share a few things I find interesting. Mostly video content with an occasional website article. All of the content you will find in these posts is free to you. Remember that liking, subscribing, or sharing free content goes a long way in helping produce more free content. If you like that creator’s work, share it!


Tyler G

A DIY light box for tracing patterns or whatever else. I like the way the top slides in. Great project.

MrEnergyFree

Looking for a compact workstation design that will roll out on the driveway for working?

Bill Van Loo

Quick and easy assembly table.

Bellevue Woodshop

This is a really neat idea. Using a drill to make a power feeder.

Chad Stanton

How to make some really fancy shmancy inlay dovetails. These look great!

Darbin Orvar

The way the slats roll out on this is very cool.

Stan Sullivan

Stan’s back at it. Part one of a vanity dresser for his daughter.

KrisTheOne

If you have a half hour to kill definately check this out!


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13 Comments

  1. Howard M

    I look forward to Interesting Stuff from around the web each week. I get so many ideas on shop projects for my shop. Great stuff as always Jay. Thanks!

  2. joe

    Wow love this, I didn’t know that sharing videos was a good thing. I’m new to wood working guess I’m also learning about YouTube. Thanks Jay and by the way I find your visitors very informative.

  3. WoodRodent

    Hmmmm! Looks like preferential treatment was given to Tyler putting him at the top. I wonder if had anything to do with the Red Wings hoodie? Just coincidence? I think not. ;)

  4. Brian l.

    That begin japanology show is well done, I spent the last two weeks binge watching many of their episodes.

  5. Barry Norman

    Thanks Jay. I have to say I have never seen Japanese woodworking. Wow absolutely amazing. The precision, skill and time it must take. No nails screws or from what I saw no glue. I know we move on with technology in our saws, routers etc but you have to admire this work. Still for what I do I wouldn’t be without modern tools.

  6. Brady Garrett

    Jay, can you tell me how the miters were done in the intro picture. Is that some of your work or is it someone else’s?

  7. Doug

    It’s great to see what other wood workers are doing in their shops. Not all items are something to build but the construction techniques are of great interest to me. The roll around bench is a great idea, I wish I had a larger Shop, that would be something I might make. Right now, my Shop is full, only enough room for me too walk around. Someday I’ll make you a video Shop tour so you can see what others are doing.

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