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Turned Bottle Brush and Cap for Finishing by Dick Sing is a great project for the wood lathe. As only Dick sing can do, he can take a very utilitarian piece and make it a a work of art. Upon completion of this project, you will have a great looking bottle and brush that is used to apply finishes.
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Make this CD DVD Storage Cabinet as presented by Chris DeHut. While CDs and DVDs are rarely used anymore, you probably have some that you need to keep handy. This is the perfect project for those.
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How to Sharpen Relief Carving Tools by David Reilly is a concise video explaining the many nuances of getting "beyond razor sharp" relief carving tools. Using a variety of models and props, David provides you with all the details for sharpening and maintaining your carving tools. These same techniques can also be applied to other common woodworking tools.

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Shop Organizing Wall Storage Cabinets by Chris DeHut is one of those shop projects you will wish you would have done years ago! These storage cabinets will take your shop organization to the next level. Not only will you be able to reclaim that space on the higher area of your walls, you will gain highly organized storage that is extremely space efficient. Even after 18 or so years in my shop, these cabinets are still performing flawlessly and helping to keep my shop organized. Several of them have been repurposed to hold different items as my needs have changed over the years. Without question, these cabinets are a must have in almost any shop!

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Build this Budget Router Table along with Chris DeHut. This router table utilizes one of the wings of your table saw to maximize shop space and functionality. Many techniques are shown that can be incorporated into a modified version. This project has served me well in the shop and is still used to this day.
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How to Turn with Gouges on the Wood Lathe by Dick Sing is a great tutorial. So many woodturners shy away from this tool and the skew, but fear it no more! Dick not only explains how you turn with it, but why and how the tool interacts with the workpiece as it is cutting. If you are a woodturner, this is a must watch video for you!

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I must admit Chris, that I really admire your perseverance in this project !!
you've put a LOT of effort into it. I hope that many will benefit from it.
 

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Nice work Chris…. Most woodworkers are 80-90% completed on there shops when they realized they need to go back and start all over..

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Cabinet scraper care and use is a great tutorial on how to sharpen and use cabinet scrapers. Long used in woodworking to smooth a surface, they are even seeing new life in the surface preparation of 3D printed parts made of various plastics. Take a few moments to learn about this productivity tool and reap it's benefits.
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Part 1 of 3
Relief carving starts with a plan and this video series walks you through the process of developing and scaling the plan all the way through finish modeling. David Reilly presents the entire process including discussions on, planning, scaling, modeling, rough modeling, finish modeling, tool selection and so on. David even covers various roughing techniques you can use to remove the material covering the background. This pattern and process will be used in a future project!
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Every Pirate's treasure chest has an adventure and this one is no exception. Chris DeHut walks you through all the steps to make this and along the way you will be shown some unusual techniques. The fun didn't stop at the end of construction with this project. Once complete, I filled it with little things that a toddler aged girl would like and hid it in the yard for her to find. We went on a treasure hunt, she found the treasure and enjoyed the haul! It went on in life as a toy chest and so on. This is a fun project to share a moment with you child or grandchild. I will never forget that moment with my granddaughter.
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W042 Learn How to Sharpen your Turning Gouges

Learn How to Sharpen your Turning Gouges by Dick Sing is a GREAT tutorial. Every woodturner struggles to move beyond the basic scraper. If you want to get serious about being a good wood turner, watch this video.

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Make this Small Jewelry Chest

Make this small jewelry chest as a gift for your loved one(s). Chris walks you through all the steps to make it easy.
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Thanks again Chris for dedicating your time for this project. I'm sure it is appreciated by many.
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Relief Carving an Iris Plant -- Roughing

David continues his presentation on relief carving an Iris plant. This is a great starting point for anyone wanting to try their hand at relief carving.
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Make this Heirloom Writing Desk

This is one of those projects that can be handed down through the generations in your family. While referred to as a Writing Desk, it obviously can be used with a laptop, tablet, etc. Plenty of places and space to organize all your important information. Put your craftsmanship to the test and create this desk for one of your loved ones.

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Large Scale Scroll Saw Techniques

Learn some new Scroll Saw techniques from a guest presenter, Joe Garza. Joe specialized in large scale scroll sawing and has developed some techniques that make it manageable and is sharing those techniques in this video. Take a few moments to see what is possible!

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Make this Small Dado Jig for Your Router

Make this handy little dado jig for your shop. This jig uses a small, trim sized router which makes dado machining much more manageable on smaller parts.

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