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.
Here’s an interesting and pretty detailed look at a feature rich, simple workbench. (click the image)
Have a bandsaw? Not getting good results resawing thin strips or getting too much blade drift? Here’s a simple setup and jig to get great results. I just did this (minus the bearing) and was cutting perfect vaneers the first time. (click the image)
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This table is dead sexy and crazy. The joinery for the legs looks pretty complicated. (click the image)
Halloween is coming up. Anyone need to make a coffin for a prop? ….or for anything else? This article has a good layout for dimensions and angles. Sizes could be scaled to fit your needs. (click the image)
I pictured this channel to have a ton more subscribers than what it does. I really enjoy his videos.
It really doesn’t matter how long Paul’s videos are. I’ll still watch them in their entirety. Here he makes a frame saw.
Jimmy recently made a batch of 100 ice picks. I couldn’t imagine how tedious this process was. But the end results look great.
your home workshop
The video is a little slow paced but its a great technique for making homemade dust collection fittings for a lot less money than buying them.
Here’s a great way to make some homemade star knobs for shop jigs and such.
Thanks Jay, Ron’s the man, and Jimmy D’s icepicks are already sold out. Dang.
Keep on trucking !
That workbench is exactly what I need. Looking for plans or more details.
Paul Sellers is a real professor. Besides the knowledge, his energy is so calm that makes you relax and enjoy the whole video.
That table is unreal, and makes we feel kind of dumb / realize you don’t need an unreal and $$ shop to make amazing things. I love posts like that.
Your home workshop is pretty good, when I set up my dust collection I made his blast gates and Jay’s brackets – works a treat!
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