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.
I wonder how well this would work by just driving a t-nut into the bottom of a leg instead of making a bracket? Probably not as heavy-duty as making a bracket but might work for some non heavy-duty projects. Great leveling feet system regardless.
Wm. Walker Co.
Another very well produced video from Wm. Walker Co. This time he builds an oak and steel bench. Man I’m a sucker for a well produced video :)
Patrick’s work shop
I’m glad to see Patrick back to making videos. He made probably the most enjoyable scroll saw video I’ve seen. And a pretty awesome clock.
Last week Shawn Stone stopped by the shop to hang out for a bit with myself and Nick Ferry. All was good until Nick spilled the water. Not a woodworking video but it was fun to make. Check out Shawn’s channel here.
This one is a touch hard to follow because the subtitles are quite fast but the carvings are stunning.
This guy always has clever ideas. I never thought about sourcing acme threaded rod the way he did.
An assembly table like this is incredibly handy. Since drilling the dog holes in mine I’ll never have an assembly table without them. And although he used a CNC machine to cut his you could easily use a drill and forstner bit. I also really like how clean his logo turned out. This is definitely a functional shop project that a lot of people can make and use.
Not only a great model engine build but also a great explanation of how radial engines work.
Another shop project that a bunch of people could benefit from. Quite the organization solution for drills and drill bits.
I’m really enjoying this channel. He always sounds upbeat and positive in his videos which makes it even more fun to watch. He also shows a really simple DIY marking knife solution in this video.
Last week Nick came and visited my shop for a bit. He wanted to organize my tape drawer and because any bit of increased organization is good by me I followed his lead.