In these videos (Three parts) I teach you various tricks and basic advice on using a spiral scroll saw blade.
Make Your own Vintage Tool Box With Simple Tools and in Very Easy Way and Give it The Best Looking Ever.
Have any racing tires laying around the house? Didn't think so, but if you have any old tires they are excellent for recycling into a piece of furniture!
Find out how to faux ebonise wooden furniture in this tutorial with Alex from Salvage Hunters.
Find out how to remove watermarks and cup rings from furniture in this tutorial from Alex from Salvage Hunters.
Find out how to wax a wooden chair to bring it back to life with Alex from Salvage Hunters.
Find out how to remove scratches from wooden furniture with Alex from Salvage Hunters.
The stock miter gauge that came with my table saw was really inaccurate and a pain for me to use properly, so I decided to modify the original one a bit to give it more stability, control, and a more comfortable grip for me.
I built a Yo-Yo out of some black walnut and cherry wood I had left over in my shop. This was a quick project that, while simple, took some finesse and ingenuity to properly execute. Hope you have some fun making one for yourself.
I built a unique and elegant looking candlestick holder out of some scrap wood pieces in under an hour of work. This was a fun and simple project that I built for next to nothing and finished off with tung oil for a really nice shine.
My particular saw is a Hegner 18 inch, but much of this video is not specific to this scroll saw. Basics of parts, methods, etc.
Three kinds of wood brad nailed together. Cherry, Aromatic Cedar and Birch.
Step 1: Mini Coffin. I scaled this 1 foot long coffin from a full size version I saw online. I built two versions – see drawing links. The first one (documented here) is...
Step 1: See Instructions Here: ] http://www.instructables.com/id/Solar-Birdhouse/ Solar Birdhouse.
This is a modified version of the Penrose “Impossible” Triangle which is an interesting example of how the brain can be fooled. The main difference in this version is the use of hardware to simulate the triangle side connections.
I just built a LED light . I wrote down an instructionhttp://mann-tut-was-mann-kann.com/holz-meets-led/ have a look and let me know how you like it :)
I can't seem to find an illustration on this type of a picture rail (kinda looks like a chair rail). It's a long board (maybe a 1x4?), then down the center is a cut out that pictures sit on so they don't slide off.
I am trying to make beaded edging on a concave surface. I located some info on how to set up my router by drilling and tapping holes in the housing to give me the depth ofd cut that I want, and this works great with one problem and that is how to keep the bit level with the workpiece. I get the bead but it looks wobbly becuase I can't keep the router exactly level as I cut. My question is there some way to make a guide to keep the bit level on the flat surface as I cut the edge?