Tools & Resources

Through the years of creating woodworking projects as well as creating online content I’ve tried a lot of products and services. This page is a list of the items that I currently recommend. I’ve personally used everything on this page. I will never recommend a product that I don’t like.

In the interest of full disclosure, most of the links on this page are affiliate links. That means if you purchase anything through the links I will earn a small commission. Your cost won’t change one way or the other so it’s an easy way of showing your support without any extra effort. Please do not purchase items you do not need simply because you would like to help out.

Website hosting:

  • I’ve been using GreenBox since before it was actually a business. Now it’s a small startup company that allows me to focus on running my business and not running a website server. I want to control the way my website looks and the content that is on it. I have no desire to maintain a server.


Education:

  • Lynda.com is an education platform for you to learn just about anything and anywhere. Photography, video editing, programming, coding, or just about anything else all taught by professionals in their respected fields. I’ve previously used Lynda.com to learn a few Adobe programs and highly recommend it. Click the Lynda.com banner to learn more about their platform.

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Editing Software: 

  • For video editing I use Adobe Premiere Pro. For photo editing I use Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. For making PDF documents I use Adboe InDesign. All of which are available individually or as a bundle with all other Adobe products with an Adobe Creative Cloud membership. Click the Adobe banner to learn more about their software.

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3d Modeling Software:

  • When it comes to free 3d modeling software there are two standouts that I recommend. Fusion 360 and SketchUp. I generally recommend SketchUp as the learning curve is smaller and it does everything I need it to do for woodworking. Fusion 360 is more advanced and has parametric options that are great but not a necessity for the vast majority of woodworking projects. If going the SketchUp route I recommend using the older SketchUp 8 version as it is still free for business use. Click here to learn more about Fusion 360. Click here to learn more about the latest free version of SketchUp Make. Click here for my SketchUp content with a download link to SketchUp 8.

Audio/Video Recording:

Stickers:

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Hardware & General Shop Items:

Stationary Power Tools & Accessories:

Hand Power Tools & Accessories:

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Sharpening:

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