Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #219 – October 13, 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.

Patrick Sullivan

Top notch content as always from Patrick. Here he goes into great detail covering a homemade and very accurate miter gauge.
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Build your own table saw? John has a pretty straight forward design here. It took me forever to figure out what material he used for the top as he was posting images on social media. This saw looks great! (click the image)

Katz-Moses Woodworking Shop

I don’t think I’ve seen triple inlaid dovetails before. These look great! I also own a set of Jonathan’s magnetic dovetail guides and have used them on a few projects where I was concerned with maintaining tight tolerances. Here’s a link to the guides if you’re interested:
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frank howarth

Frank’s shop is so interesting. All of the old tools add so much character and it’s great to see them still being used. Often times old machines require a lot of work to get going though. In this case Frank is making new tables for his drum sander. Not your typical drum sander…
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SegWood Design

I wonder how long the epoxy craze will continue. I’m not a huge fan of epoxy projects but I really like this one. It’s probably in my top two or three epoxy projects. So simple and so beautiful. I love the use of the green moss stuff. The project almost looks like an odd shaped aquarium.
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Robby Cuthbert Design

Woah….. Such beautiful designs. I can’t help but think of suspension bridges while watching this video. Great explanation of the forces at work as well.
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The Crazy Framer

This guy has big kahonas…and great agility. Watch and appreciate the work while trying not to look down!
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This is a very interesting video about some of the engineering that went into the Titanic. Completely random, but interesting.
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One last bit of randomness… Have you ever heard of speedruns for video games? Who can complete the game the fastest. I knew it was a thing but I had no idea there was this much information involved. This video breaks down the Mario Brothers speed run record basically frame by frame. Odd, but interesting.
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  1. And remember that John’s table saw is actually a temporary one! Also, thumbs up for the Engineer Guy. Too bad he stopped posting videos on a regular basis.

  2. Good Lord, that Mario video blew my mind. Thank you for the share. Now to watch the woodworking content :)

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