Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #132 – June 4, 2016


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.


KingPost TimberWorks

Part 3 of making a federal desk. I really like the style of this desk. Maybe one day I’ll give it a go.

WoodCulture

A beautiful video showing an old tradition. Beautiful work.

thecarmichaelworkshop.com

Here’s a pretty nice stand for a scroll saw. Pretty well thought out. He has plans available also. (click the image)

Alexander Grabovetskiy

Another amazing hand carved work of art from Mr. Grabovetskiy. This guy is insanely talented.

sauerandsteiner.blogspot.com

Check out this workbench restoration. An old shaker style workbench. (click the image)

DIY Creators

I love the way this turned out. It’s an easy and inexpensive way to really dress up an area.

Clickspring

Just another beautifully produced video from Clickspring. This time he’s making the pendulum.

Dema’s Woodshop

A beautiful brass mallet from Dema. I like how he did the handle so he could use a piece of burl.

Patrick’s Work Shop

Patrick is in the process of restoring his dad’s old table saw. I’m interested to see how this turns out.

Uncommon Sense

Interested in starting a business? Woodworking or not, watch this video.

steveibean

Making wood wheels. Definitely an interesting video. Worth the half hour if you’ve got time to kill.

Paoson WoodWorking

A homemade plunge router.


8 COMMENTS

  1. Once again your touring the web is appreciated. The bowl turning was culturally rich! The improvisation without the 120-220 was impressive.
    The $1,000,00 was an eye opener also. To balance that out he could show the benefit that putting on a sale to say increase to by an additional say $100,000 certainly improves his bottom line as labor, rent & incidentals have been already covered in the first million. And bottom line the true benefit of any business is the employment/ income it provides the owner and her/his staff – livelihood!
    Thanks,
    David

  2. Thanks for sharing my scroll saw stand project Jay! Great selections to be included with this week too. I subscribe to almost 900 channels and about 5 of these I haven’t seen before. Always amazed at how I still discover new channels every week.

  3. I used to make model carts years ago, and it brought back many memories. Great video of the Wheelrights shop, thanks Jay, keep them coming.

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