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.
Small shop, big time chair maker. Curtis shares a great conversation about his journey. Chair maker, tree farmer, humanitarian. Such a fulfilling life.
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It’s nice to see quality cues still being made without multi axis CNC machines or massive metal lathes :) This looks like a duplicate upload from somewhere but I couldn’t find the original upload. If someone has the appropriate link please let me know.
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I really like the concept of this vise. I wonder how well it would hold up under long-term use though. Very interesting stuff from this channel, as usual.
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Next Level Carpentry
This video is a bit long but there are some good tips in it. Good demonstration of miter strength near the end of the video as well.
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Third Coast Craftsman
We’ve probably all seen drawbored joinery but I don’t think I’ve seen it used in this manner. Always quality work from this channel. If you haven’t already subscribed I recommend doing so.
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Another one from the Third coast Craftsman. A great bookshelf design, execution, and a peak into a really nice lumber yard.
I don’t recall ever seeing a bar clamp with a timing belt before. I’m not sure how practical this would be to make a bunch of these but a creative use of materials.
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William is a great teacher. In this video he shows how to make a multifunction table saw fence. Make one of these for your bandsaw for resawing as well!
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This carving is incredible! I like how the video shows the carving come to life right through the paper. Having the paper there to begin with gives a good sense of scale and overall design through the carving process. But that end result…..incredible.
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Thank you for an interesting ISFATW. Wonder what wood the carver used?
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