Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #282 – December 04, 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.


ISHITANI FURNITURE

I’m a big fan of this gentleman’s work. Everything he makes has such a clean and elegant feel to it. And the craftsmanship is always top-notch. In this one, he shows a unique angled dovetail joint added to the base structure of the table.
Subscribe to ISHITANI FURNITURE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7FkqjV8SU5I8FCHXQSQe9Q

Bushradical

Anyone up for a cabin build? Having this available as an anytime getaway to the hustle and bustle of our busy lives would be great.
Subscribe to Bushradical: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo698VL13Dip93yh0f4Rc5Q

Pedulla Studio

An interesting order of operations to do the carving before gluing up. Also, using his slab flattening machine for the panel glue-ups looks very convenient.
Subscribe to Pedulla Studio: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY-TqIvCTgI2Rxcb7g4AtOg

John Heisz – I Build It

Is it a small parts organizer or a jewelry box? I suppose they basically do the same thing but this is too beautiful of a box to house screws.
Subscribe to John Heisz – I Build It: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjA8vRlL1c7BDixQRJ39-LQ

Third Coast Craftsman

What a beauty. Visible timber frame construction is by far my favorite style of structure. The overwhelming vibe of strength from these structures is powerful. Wonderful job on this entire workshop build as well.
Subscribe to Third Coast Craftsman: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXbYtx6rZlbTHg8zY9AFZ-g

Ramon Valdez Fine Furniture

A quick tip from the king of useful woodworking information, Ramon Valdez. You’ll learn a lot from watching his videos.
Subscribe to Ramon Valdez Fine Furniture: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkmiOyqbcJ6bCuwvzCDz2vg

DIY Builds

Another DIY domino build. This is a great option for inexpensive loose tenon joinery.
Subscribe to DIY Builds: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoNdHj3AnsFD8IjLCxm4EFw

Another great one from DIY Builds. This time a homemade flap sander. A great way for him to use up extra sanding belts and get something useful at the same time. I really like the progression of grits.

Fisher’s Shop

This is like three videos in one. Drew demonstrates his admirable level of patience as he cuts wood and glues it back together approximately 13 million times.
Subscribe to Fisher’s Shop: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKo6LouIp-TQ1PqxbWNNyAA

우드로이현 Woodro LeeHyun 목공TV

This is a live stream clip spoken in Korean. The intention isn’t to watch it all. Instead, skim through it and see this machine in action as he mills a single board. It’s a good look at a real-life operator of the machine in action vs an edited video showing a build in a few minutes. These machines look to be incredibly versatile. Click through to his channel if you want to see projects being made with it. An incredible machine indeed.
Subscribe to 우드로이현 Woodro LeeHyun 목공TV: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3j4idrydNU-iz9NCeQu0_A

5 COMMENTS

  1. Nice selection of videos, Jay. There were a couple I’ve already subscribed to (Fisher’s Shop, Third Coast Craftsman) and a couple I subscribed to just now (DIY Builds, Bushradical).

  2. I kept seeing the third coast feed in my YT, but hadn’t clicked on it yet. But I will now! And I’ll check out the Korean video, seeing as how I have an advantage of understanding him :)

    This is like “StumbleUpon” that i used to love. Random things being recommended. But mostly for woodworking!

  3. Woodro makes and sells those machines. His crew installs it for you and fine tunes it. I can’t fathom how much it costs. BTW, I’ve been watching him for years. His furniture builds are breathtaking.

  4. I really appreciate receiving your posts like this one. The imagination, ingenuity and craftmanship illustrated by these woodworkers is better than ‘great’.

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