In this weeks episode, Jim demonstrates how to deliver perfect corners using custom corner jigs made the Debergerac Way. Feel free to subscribe and leave your feedback below!
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In this week's video, Jim displays his method on how to flush mount a drain in a yacht galley.
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I am starting a shop with a friend, and we just can't find a great name for our woodworking shop. We want to sell cutting boards, knifes and tables in the beginning, but we will take in orders from people as we go.
My name is Bjarke Lorenzen and my friends name is Niels Walther, but we...
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Check out this video that displays an easy way to set up and stack dados using a dado head stand. I appreciate the feedback, share with your friends and if you have any questions, feel free to ask!
I completed this Intarsia work recently, it has 580 pieces. I used Mahogany, Walnut, Blue Pine, Locust, Hard Maple, Spalted Maple, Yellowheart, Aromatic Red Cedar, Western Cedar, Butternut, Brazilian Rosewood, Poplar, Canarywood, and the frame is Butternut.
I do not have a shop I can spend time in anymore. I worked as a carpenter for ten years. I remember coming going straight to my workbench. No matter how tough a day, I had getting into what ever chair or barstool I was working on made me feel better.
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Some twenty years ago I made a big mistake. I took the advice of other people and went to university and studied a degree in Spanish language and then studied a teaching qualification again in Spanish and to make things even worse I...