I think it’s obvious I spend longer than I should online looking at things being made & created.  This week seems to be the week of the scroll saw.  I even made a special video of a recent shop visit with my son using the scroll saw for the first time!  Some of the videos are from newer small channels and some from huge established channels, but all would appreciate your support of a like, share or comment about their projects.  I don’t have a set schedule per say for these posts, I just share them as I find some cool stuff.

 

Wood Splitting

Various ways to split wood, many of them homebuilt and fairly crafty.

 

Woodworks By Rich

Rich McNatt needed a more steady, steady rest.  His shop built option seems good and strong.

 

 

Carl Jacobson

I am amazed by this piece of art Carl made.  Such a talented guy!

 

Adrian Preda

A cool idea I have not seen before, a low workbench.  Adrian is only 3 videos in to the whole youtube machine so go show him some love!

 

Wow

Is all I can say for one reason or another.  Some Japanese woodworking techniques that are a bit scary, but the results are hard to argue with!

 

Robot Woodworkers

From old world hand tools to woodworking that doesn’t even involve human hands.

 

Cove Pulls

I’ve done my fair share of coves on the table saw, but Jory Brigham takes it to another planet!

 

Sawmill Business Podcast

My friend Ted was recently on the Sawmill Business Podcast discussing his milling operation.  Hoping I get to go visit Ted at some point for some milling fun!

 

ted alexander

 

Staple Through Finger

The older guy is fine, but I feel bad for the younger guy.  I lost it on this one!

 


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    • Nick

      interesting – those larger “milling heads” for table saws have never been my thing but I know they work out for others – do you remember the interchangeable knife molding head cutters for table saws? – now there is some spinning metal to be respected

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  1. Fred McIntyre

    I just finished listening to episode #21 of the podcast and found it funny that after the trouble you went through to get a picture for your thumbnail, that it’s your index, middle, and ring nails that are most prominent!

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