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post #1 of 5 Old 11-07-2017, 07:28 AM Thread Starter
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Hello everybody

My name is Olivier and I'm a french carpenter and I'm coming to you to share a few items about my job.
I've been professional for 10 years now and live in a tiny remote village in central France. I do all sorts of works : furniture, closets, restorations etc

You might find it sort of exotic, but I don't always have the same techniques and solutions as everyone
I recently have started a Youtube channel about woodworking, and step by step, started to subtitle my videos :


My chanel : https://www.youtube.com/olivierverdier - Feel free to share and subscribe - Thanks


Here are some of the translated films (Some are subtitled in french, but Youtube can translate it for you)




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More subtiltled films will come, if i manage to find the time to do so !

PS : sorry for my English, which should be better considering my mother in British, but i don't practice it enough !

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Nice looking shop, wish I spoke French
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It looks like many of your tools are new. Nice shop.

If you don't have time to do it right the first time, when will you have time to do it over?
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