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! Also, thank you to those who send me links through the week when you find something really interesting.
Lately I’ve had an obsession with analyzing other people’s shop spaces. It’s very interesting to see how we all value priorities in our shops differently and how we set ours up. Check out this super awesome shop tour from Chris. (click the image)
I recently stumbled upon this guys channel. Someone who seems to have been in the woodworking business for quite a while now. I’ve picked up a lot of simple tricks and techniques just from watching him work in his videos. This is part one of a new build he’s working on. If you like it click through to his channel and watch part 2. Good stuff and I’m patiently waiting on part three.
Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagget, and David Picciuto have a weekly podcast called MakingIt and recently they were all together in person at a recent Maker Faire and had a live discussion on the topic of Epic Fails. Here it is:
This guy is full of great ideas. Here’s his recent. A heat gun edge bander. This just makes so much sense.
This kid is smart. Really smart. Plus he makes good videos :)
Get Hands Dirty
I need to make another one of these for my bandsaw. Never thought about using Plexiglas though.
Such a beautiful straight line table. Very well done.
I can picture myself wasting a lot of time messing with a little game like this.
Jon Peters Art & Home
Jon shows a super easy way to get a beautiful finish. I used to use shellac a lot. It really is one of those finishes that is hard to mess up.
Something else I enjoy is mechanical movements of any kind. Ron just built a pretty nifty one.
This is one of the best thought out router table fences I’ve seen. And the video hits all of the details too.