Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #226 – December 1, 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.

KingPost TimberWorks

A bathtub made from wood, cedar to be specific. No fancy joinery just epoxy. Not only does it look great in the final shape he chose but I can definitely see someone taking it a step further and making one that looks like an old viking boat or something similar :) What a fun project.
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Templeboy Turnings

The volume is a little low on this one so you will have to turn it up. Woodturning a cube inside a cube. It’s an interesting project to get some practice time on the lathe. GREAT wood selection for this one. It looks amazing.
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Steve Garrison

This wooden “seashell” from Steve Garrison is a creative way to bring the beach home with you without getting sand in your shorts. His unique jig for creating wedges on the table saw is both efficient and functional.
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DIY Montreal

If you’re waiting until the last minute to batch out gifts this holiday, these 6 simple gifts you can make from wood can help get you out of the holiday jam. (mmmm….strawberry jam…)
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Anne of All Trades

This walnut chair from Anne of All Trades combines rustic elements with elegant lines that can really warm up a dining space. Great look at the entire process as well.
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Carl Jacobson

Woodturning is for the birds, or penguins in this case. Carl Jacobson never disappoints when he steps up to the lathe, and this featured “off-center turning” is no exception. Smile and wave! :) <—Get it?
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Katz-Moses Woodworking Shop

This video in Katz-Moses Woodworking Shop’s series for joint of the week is a 3 way locking miter (Kane Tsugi) and features an interesting method of joinery, if a little complicated.
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  1. The Katz-Moses video is the best use of marking gage that I have seen. I intend to dig mine out of the drawer and use it instead of the electronic widgets for a while.
    Don’t have a Japanese saw yet, so duplicating the fancy joint must come later.

    The bath tub builder might have an easier time in future projects with epoxy if he buys from West Systems or people who supply boat shops. There are neat additives like Cab-o-Sil to make epoxies non dribbling and specialty fillers as well.

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