Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #262 – November 9, 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.

Jon Peters

A lot of simplicity but so much to take away from this one. I love the look of this frame. To me this has a wonderful “rustic” or aged look but it’s built with craftsmanship. The little detail of wedged through tenons will often be overlooked by most but it’s that small detail that will make this piece last forever and continue it’s rustic charm. The use of reclaimed wood is also an excellent choice as it accents the laser burned image very well. And the base is so simple. Great job, Jon! I love it!
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Scott Brown Carpentry

Nothing like some tool organization. This is a comparison of two different styles of work vans. Which one do you prefer?
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The level of awesomesauce in this video is off the charts. A really cool build and an even better reason to build it. Kudos to you man. Kudos to you.
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Slow and Expensive

This is an interesting way to make a shopvac hose adapter that I haven’t seen before. I can see this being useful for a lot of people. Why don’t they just adopt a standard size for all shopvac attachments and hoses?!?!??!!????
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DIY Builds

Woah, Batman…slow down a bit. This is just too awesome :) A triple screw vice? Of course. It makes perfect sense. A vise that automatically adjusts for racking in both the horizontal and vertical direction. Brilliant!
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AMMO NYC is one of the few non woodworking channels I follow these days. I don’t detail my truck often and have no desire to start a business in that field but watching this guy work is great. I admire his attention to detail and it is that attention to detail that will allow this guy to continue to succeed. I think I would have done about 10% of the work on this Tahoe and called it good.
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Pask Makes

A beautiful piece of furniture that is not only very functional and useful but it’s wonderfully constructed. There’s a LOT going on with this piece.
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Wood and Shop

Are you in the market for a workbench? Or maybe you want to build your own workbench. Either way, give this portable Moravian workbench a look.
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42Fab – Metal Fabrication & Signage

It’s fun to take a look into a busy shop. Getting stuff done and sharing it with the world. Also, this is another great example of how CNC technology can help you make a lot of money if you put it to work.
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  1. Great video on making PVC adaptors. I have learned a lot about making my own adaptors from 4″, 3″ and 2″ PVC pipe. My shop has very few over priced store bought fittings. Heat,band clamps and shop built forms can take you a long way! Many videos on You Tube to learn from.

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