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.
Indiana Work Shop Jones
Here’s an interesting concept for an old miter saw stand. I enjoyed the video as well :) Also, I’d like to see more of his shop too.
Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailer
A teardrop trailer has been on my “list of things I hope to make before I die” for a while now. Each time I see one of these full build posts the itch to make one gets worse and worse. One day I’ll make one… (click the image)
As always, A great episode of The Highland Woodworker.
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Got Wood Workshop
This is a simple yet interesting take on a clamp rack. I really like the simplicity of it.
I like everything about this lathe stand.
Here’s another one from Keith where he shows a nifty jig for turning small logs into lumber on his bandsaw.
Jimmy does a great job explaining his process on this built-in seating & storage unit.
Tips from a Shipwright
This is the beginning episode of what will surely be a fantastic series. Click through on the title to see the YouTube watch page and subscribe to this channel for the rest of the series. Episode 6 is already released on the series.
I got your plans for the miter station and have enjoyed watching the (very good) YouTube vid of it being made. I just got a great deal on a used DR718 so I will be modifying the plans to fit my garage and begin to construct the station first of Sept. $$$ allowing. Also saving my pennies to buy the pocket hole machine you used. After watching you ‘suffer through’ using the Kreg jig when your bit snapped, I’m thinking that many pocket-holes could get a bit tedious using the jig!
Best of luck,
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