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  Woodworking clamp storage and organization
Here are a few methods for storing clamps in your shop.Download free SketchUp and PDF plans for this project:http://www.woodworking formeremortals....------------ ----Woodworking For Mere Mortals. Easy woodworking projects every Friday.Subscribe to WWMM and never miss a video!http://www.youtube.com/s ubscription_c...Website: http://www.woodworkingformerem ortals....Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Woodw orkingF...----------------Roya lty-free background music from Soundsnap.com

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19th Aug 2013

  Why you don't use a Spindle Roughing Gouge on bowls.
DO NOT USE A SPINDLE ROUGHING GOUGE ON BOWLS.My name is Ian Robertson (Robbo) and I have been a production woodturner for 30 years.It is how I make my living turning everything from huge posts to tiny eave finials and everything between and my safety record is impeccable. Our business has never had a lost time incident and we still have all our fingers.This video was made because of a discussion about using a Spindle Roughing Gouge on a bowl on the Woodworking Forums in Australia.Most tool manufacturers and most experienced woodturners warn against using the Spindle Roughing Gouge for this work, myself included after seeing a few accidents involving the use of this tool on cross grain work.The following video graphically displays what can happen one day, some day to turners that use this tool for this purpose through a moments inattention and using the Spindle Roughing Gouge for a purpose it was never designed for.This was a deliberate attempt to get the tool to catch and grab to explain what happens when it does but I did not expect the rather spectacular (and painful) outcome I achieved.Remember that this was done under controlled circumstances, imagine what could happen in an uncontrolled situation.DO NOT USE A SPINDLE ROUGHING GOUGE ON BOWLS.Gore warning at approximately 2:48.

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Added by: Librarian
4th Sep 2013

  Impossible nail-through-wood trick.
Woodworking For Mere Mortals. Easy woodworking projects every Friday. About this video: I used pine wood and boiled it in water for about ten minutes each time. The song is Pete Seeger: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =VucczI... ----------------Subscribe to WWMM and never miss a video!http://www.youtube.com/s ubscription_c...Mere Minutes. My second channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/st eveinmarinWebsite: http://www.WoodworkingForMereM ortals....Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Woodw orkingF...Twitter: https://twitter.com/MereMortal sWWBuy WWMM Gear: http://www.cafepress.com/merem ortalsshopVideo project updates on Keek! http://www.keek.com/SteveRamse yInstagram: http://instagram.com/steveinma rinPinterest: http://pinterest.com/steveinma rin/

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Added by: ubeaut
24th Aug 2013

  Laguna Tools - Dust Free Tymes Designer Wood Shop Part 2
Part two of the ultimate woodworking shop that is virtually dust free. Located in San Diego this amazing shop has been designed with every detail that you can imagine including automatic dust collection, custom-made storage for everything from pens to sand paper and much more.FREE Laguna Tools Literature, DVD/Video Request. Want to hear about more new products coming up? Contact us at http://bit.ly/1ceDd6K

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Added by: pmcgee
31st Aug 2013

  Stopping the Wobbles
A Short video this time that demonstrates a simple but effective and useful technique. There may have been times when you have had to remount a spindle in a chuck and have found it difficult to get it running true. This video shows you how I do it.

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Added by: Librarian
4th Sep 2013

  Drilling Deep Holes on the Lathe
Drilling deep into end grain on the lathe can be problematic. Because it is something I do a lot of I thought there would be some worthwhile tips and techniques I could pass on.

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Added by: Librarian
4th Sep 2013

  Building a Wooden Kayak...
Four kinds of North American Cedar plus Tasmanian Huon Pine feature in this Hans Freidel designed strip kayak built in St Andrews Beach, Victoria.

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Added by: andyrocket
23rd Apr 2014

  I've Seen Every Wood (species) - ukulele
A tune for all you carpenters and woodworkers out there! A parody of the old Hank Snow classic that I threw together, featuring a variety of wood species. Here's my ukulelified version!

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Added by: Christos
22nd Feb 2016

  Wood Turning - An Earing Holder
I turn an Ear Ring Holder from Goncalo Alves, a tropical hardwood.Inspired by Andy Coates RPT

Views: 894
Added by: steven
19th Aug 2013

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WhatMomKnows I've Seen Every Wood (species) - ukulele
I love your Wood song ;-) I WILL for sure go check out your youtube channel.....Its fantastic!!!
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I've Seen Every Wood (species) - ukulele
Great adaption of a classic. For the record, the original was written by Australian songwriter Geoff Mack in 1962. The original version was with Australian place names. Mack rewrote the song with American places for Hank Snow (using an atlas), but only after the song was a big hit in Australia for a country singer named Lucky Starr. The song has been adapted to many countries since, and many people have recorded covers. My favourite was by a comedy group here in Australia, who did most of the song with one place name - 'Wollongong', with the occasional 'Dapto' thrown in (Dapto is a suburb of Wollongong).
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