Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #210 – June 30, 2018

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.

Exploring Alternatives

Great vision and execution for a house boat. Very beautiful. A far cry from the shanty boat vision I have to one day make. Wouldn’t it be fun to go “camping” on the water for a weekend?
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My first thought was…OSB for store furniture??? Absolutely! Great execution on the design and implementation. It’s nice to see a construction material that was designed to be covered up implemented in such a way that it’s part of the visual focal point. I also really like the internal pattern of the OSB being inside the wall pattern behind the counter. Great job Molly and Dylan!
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Theo Cook

My head want’s to explode while trying to grasp how this is cut. It’s probably one of those things that is better explained or seen in person to wrap your head around it… As beautiful as it is though, I’d imagine a few of those teeth have to be delicate due to the cut direction in relation to the grain direction.
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Combining two passions of mine, woodworking and chess. On a much smaller scale though. Smaller scaled projects are interesting simply due to their small size. It’s often times harder to show details or achieve details when going small as well. I love how individual cutters were made for each piece shape. Pretty creative.
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Here’s another one from W&M that I found interesting. A mini claw hammer. I like seeing the different methods to creat the shapes.

Andy Phillip

Such a gorgeous piece of wood accented with epoxy. Something of this size would be great on display on a hall table or coffee table. It can be seen from all sides and people won’t be able to resist looking over the entire piece. Good balance of figured wood and synthetic detail in my opinion.
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Positive couple. Позитивная парочка.

Speaking of epoxy… This one is the exact opposite of the last one. There’s sooooooo much going on with this table. Maybe too much? I don’t think so. The lights inside really make the epoxy look like lava! :)
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This is actually an advertisement for an upcoming cuemakers show on the west coast but it’s also a neat mini-look at a few cue makers. There’s so many unique styles of cuemakers out there. Lots of intricate woodworking that is getting more and more technologically advanced.
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Ron Budman

After a year or so of not being able to spray finishes due to getting rid of my obnoxious and leaking air compressor I finally got a self-contained HVLP unit. And of course I’ve been looking up a few spraying topics to brush up on the subject. This just a great video talking about finish viscosity.
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WoodWorkers Guild Of America

I met George a couple of times now. He’s such a great teacher and full of useful information. Here he covers the basics of spraying finishes with a self-contained HVLP unit.
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Ronald Walters

I’m not sure what Ronald has done for most of his career but I feel like it has something to do with engineering. His videos as always precise and to the point and his presentation is always technical. Top notch info and designs. Here he shows his auxiliary filter setup for his shop mini-split unit. This is a fantastic idea to extend the working life of your mini-split. It’s very easy for dust to clog up those coils.
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  1. We are extremely lucky to have Jays Custom Creations, forwarding such talented peoples projects to share with all. I thank you from all Australian woodworkers.

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