Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #169 – March 25, 2017

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.

Jeff Quitney

This is an old video on carpentry. It’s interesting to take a look back occasionally.
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Matthew Cremona

One of the joys of woodworking is being able to see all of your cuts, shavings, and fitting come to life into a piece of furniture or an object that only exists because you took the time to create it. I can only imagine how large the feeling of accomplishment Matt has after his first load test on the bandsaw mill he built.
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This clock is incredible.
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I recently moved my shop around to accommodate a larger dust collection system and in doing so I briefly experimented with a 4″ overarm dust collection setup. In this video you will see a really interesting table saw dust collection setup in a professional woodworking shop.
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Mirock’s Woodshop

This is an interesting homemade dowel jig.
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Laura Kampf

Laura’s got a creative expression style with her videos. Here she makes a very nice lamp.
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Jon Peters Art & Home

A few tips to pick up on in this video.
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Jackman Works

Woah. A 16″ disc sander for the lathe :) Paul is another one with a creative video style.
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Jonathan Artsy Silver

Making a quiet compressor from a junk refrigerator.
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Marius Hornberger

This is a very well built cart.
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  1. Thanks, now i have more channels to binge watch. Who knew that a Version of How It’s Made was made back in 40s and 50s.

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