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post #21 of 37 Old 06-21-2013, 11:28 PM
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I got one . I really like to see .
Explaining different hand planes for the right job .
What to use and nit to use
How to set up a hand plane .
I have one hand plane , but not sure how to set it proper . Also not sure if I'm using it right .
For what I want it to do . There is no good videos on this .
Only reviews .
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Short video
How about bread board ends . Only one good videos here .
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an oops and the fix here

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Here one I love to see.
How to fix oops, did I just do that !!! How do I fix this ? Cuss words
You got do something like this . Maybe some common mistake .
I know everyone been there .
I got a million ideals
http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f13/c...age-box-36553/

A corner split off and it was dang near finished. Now what? See the fix above.

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My youtube channel link is posted in my signature at the bottom of all my posts.
Thanks Ken,

That doesn't show up using my phone app but I'll go online and bookmark it.

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Great videos Ken.

Thanks for keeping me up late!

When I die, I want to go peacefully like my grandfather did — in his
sleep. Not yelling and screaming like the passengers in his car.

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As some of you may already know, I have a youtube channel that focuses on woodworking videos. I post a weekly video that has to do with some kind of woodworking.
The problem is, that I'm always trying to think of ideas for new videos but my imagination will only go so far. I do have some ideas jotted down and I pick from that list when I am deciding what to film.
My question is this...........is there any video idea that you, as a fellow woodworker, would like to see filmed and posted in the future?
I'm looking for suggestions.
Help Please!

Hi! I'm new and my woodworking and finishing skills are a bit rusty and I was never as good as most members here, so I was wondering if you had something on evening out a Cabot solvent stain job which also picked up a couple of dust specks. I'm thinking wiping with a clean rag and mineral spirits would help the uneven problem and ultra fine steel wool will get the couple of dust specs?
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dust specks

I can't speak to the evening out of the stain, except to experiment in a small area. I use a cabinet scraper to level out the finish on my projects AFTER the clear coat. I use a spray on satin fast dry poly let it cure/dry and then gently drag a cabinet scraper over the finish. I was amazed to find it turns it baby butt smooth and does not damage the finish, just removed any bumps.

From another thread:
When I sprayed the Fast Dry Min Wax poly on the Murphy Chairs, I had the same problem...little dust nubs. I used a cabinet scraper, rather than sanding. I gently dragged the scraper over the top of the surface and amazingly the finish turned smooth. Try it in an inconspicuous place and see if you like what you get.

What chairs are these?

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Have you ever done a stacked ring bowl or vase on the scroll saw? I saw some at an arts and crafts show last month that were quite impressive and the guys doing them said they didn't waste a lot of wood. One finished on the lathe, the other said it was all on the sander the fit was so close.
They used a cutting jig of some kind to make the rings but I think a skilled operator could do it scrolling.

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Kenbo.... You've opened Pandora's box....
I was hoping that I would open Pandora's box. All of these suggestions are fantastic. Feel free to add as many as you want.
I've been considering a Leigh Dovetail jig demonstration video, but that will take a few days to film and I need to free up some time for that one. Maybe after the Hummer and Cougar build is done.
Keep em comin' guys.

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....I've been considering a Leigh Dovetail jig demonstration video...
That would be a good one Ken.

Many of use have DTJs other than the Leigh so if you could discuss principles common to all DTJs it would probably be helpful to many of us.

Thanks for putting the time and effort into these vids

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figured I'd resurect this thread after stumbling onto these videos last night. I'm looking to buy the lee valley cabinetmaker's sharpening set and the video on chisel sharpening was spot on.

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As some of you may already know, I have a youtube channel that focuses on woodworking videos. I post a weekly video that has to do with some kind of woodworking.
The problem is, that I'm always trying to think of ideas for new videos but my imagination will only go so far. I do have some ideas jotted down and I pick from that list when I am deciding what to film.
My question is this...........is there any video idea that you, as a fellow woodworker, would like to see filmed and posted in the future?
I'm looking for suggestions.
What is a "youtube" channel? I thought that people just posted individual videos.

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What is a "youtube" channel? I thought that people just posted individual videos.

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The videos are posted one by one. People who have posted a number of videos can link them in a collection called a Channel. Easy way to go through all the videos posted by the person.

You can subscribe to a channel and then get email advising of new postings, etc.
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Sorry I haven't replied to this thread, I've been without power for 5 days. Either way, Dave explained it perfectly and the link to my channel is at the bottom of my signature in each post.
Or, you can just click here for my channel.

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I would vote for finishing techniques. There are a ton out there and as a new wood worker it's very frustrating/confusing.

I would particularly like to find a video that shows what process you would normally take with each type of wood to finish.

IE: A process that shows your typical go to stains/dyes/tints etc that you normally use if you were to sell/make stuff in your house that you know works.

*I don't want to know your special techniques that you use in order to sell furniture. Just looking for a guideline on these different woods so you get a presentable piece of furniture that you wouldn't mind placing in your home.*

Provide your technique for the following woods.

Birch
Maple
Oak
Pine
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Would love to see more ROUTER videos - demonstrating anything/everything you can think of . . .

- Pattern/Template Routing
- Flush Trim Routing
- Dado Routing
- Dovetail Routing
- Routing Jigs
- Advanced Routing Techniques

(to list just a few)




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Liked the video on the 1/4 sheet sandpaper jig -


Couple comments, think I would cut it 12&1/2 wide so not necessary to re-drill the hacksaw blade. Would also put runners on the adjustable bar to follow along the sides, with a single slot down the middle of the board, and add a third line for the stop to cut 1/3 sheet pieces, as I also have a pad sander that used 1/3 sheet pieces. All just personal preferences, great video!

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