Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #242 – April 27, 2019


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.


Nick Zammeti

Bullets and resin… Need I say more? Nick shows a creative way to upcycle expended brass shell casings in this video, and I don’t know if there is a “perfect” Father’s Day gift, but it beats another necktie.
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izzy swan

This self proclaimed “Bandsaw Jig to Rule Them All” from Izzy Swan definitely helps add versatility to this already extremely versatile tool. From new box designs to segmented circles, this jig raises the bar for bandsaw utilization.
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DIYForKnuckleheads

Why open your favorite glass bottled beverages with an old bottle opener, or myriad of other opening “techniques”/tools when you can send those caps flying Medieval style? Check out this Catapult style bottle opener and add something extra to your glass bottle beverage drinking experience. You could probably think of some interesting games/contest applications for it as well.
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Timothy Wilmots

Using sawdust, shavings, and curls as a fire starter is certainly not a new concept. However, Timothy Wilmots steps it up a notch in this video with his application for the byproduct of everyone’s favorite hobby. He’s not just starting fires, but in this video he shows how he actually uses the sawdust from his dust collector to heat his entire shop!
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WoodWorkWeb

Colin is at it again with another helpful woodworking tip/jig. This simple jig for assisting with removing router bit bearings can help save some time and get you back to work without the “quick run” to the local big box store.
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Wranglerstar

Branch crayons… Why? Because you can. This is a look back at a project from Wranglerstar that the kids will love.
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Blacktail Studio

This epoxy table build is not just another river table, and the router jig he uses to finish it off is a great idea, with the right application. Check out this video from Blacktail Studio and see how mistakes are just detours to beautiful destinations.
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Young Je

If you have ever been to a hand tool sale, you know that infill planes fetch a premium. Keep from breaking the bank and having to sleep on the couch by watching as Young Je demonstrates how me makes one of these coveted planes.
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12 COMMENTS

  1. Hey Jay…thanks for the Shout-Out!! Really appreciate it mate👍 I have to say that the Cap-a-Pult is a real talking piece. Simple to make and fun to use 👍👊😁 Cheers 😁

  2. Best wishes on the move and myriad other items in order to sell the old home. A lot going on. Keep the important things 1st and keep all in perspective.
    Kiss that baby for me.

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