Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #278 – October 23, 2021

Occasionally 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 throughout the week when you find something really interesting.

Matthias Wandel

There’s always a minor tip or trick in every Matthias Wandel video. Mostly tool setup like this one. Check out the auxiliary guide block for the router table at the two-minute mark. That’s brilliant.
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Mac Sheldon

The Pantorouter is such a versatile tool. What I want to highlight here is the auxiliary table used to turn it into a horizontal routing machine. I hope this can give you some ideas for homemade router table builds even if you don’t have a Pantorouter.
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Pask Makes

This is fascinating. I had no idea inlays were previously done like this. After seeing it, it makes a lot of sense.
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Dekay’s Crafts

A very nice portable saw station. While watching the video I thought the gas struts might be the week link. There’s no way it can hold a sheet of plywood. Then he proceeds to show it supporting a full sheet of plywood for a cut. Interesting and fun design.
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Rob Scallon

Be sure to bookmark this one for when you have enough time to watch it all the way through. A musician brings the camera along for the entire build process of a classical guitar. Then gives us a show to hear it.
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Walter Sorrells

Walter does a great job documenting this incredible belt grinder setup. While not targeted to woodworkers, it’s a wonderful tool for anyone in the maker world. Especially knife making. There’s a lot of great features with this machine. The interchangeable smaller wheels for sanding interior radii.
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Josh Wright

Five gifts from a single 2×6. That’s an efficient use of material! There’s a bunch of safety comments on the video so let’s just focus on the projects and how they are made ;)
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Chris Harpster

Chris utilized the wasted space above his garage door for out-of-the-way storage. I really like the use of threaded rods and connecting them to the joists above.
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Stumpy Nubs

Pins first or tails first? Maybe the answer is to go half-blind with a dovetail router jig and do them both at the same time? I’ve always been a tails first fan when cutting them by hand. Here, James shows us an easy way to go pins first at the router table and then knock out the tails with a bandsaw or jigsaw.
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  1. Interesting stuff! Like everybody else who left a comment so far, do i apreciate this categories articles. Keep it up from time to time, please. Every month or so would be a nice rhythym. Thanks, muscle boy!

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