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Tom Howbridge

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A Sword is Born

Watch as I attempt to make a sword that can slice through anything in its path.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOd8ryzHHok
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Erik Gilling

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Inspired recently by Laura Kampf (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRix1GJvSBNDpEFY561eSzw) and Giaco Whatever (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYH-XXUE2QDaWKvABsWJh8w) I've decided to makes some vidoes about learning to TIG weld. Here's a teaser:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6PVdXFZ2mQ
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Super Solder Inlay for your Woodworking projects

https://youtu.be/tuVnqoeZAaA

Woodworking tip, learn how to make metal inlay using solder and a soldering iron, I used the Inventables X Carve CNC to carve Superman’s logo you can also use hand tools or a Dremel tool to carve and shape for this woodworking technique.

Start by using the X Carve CNC from inventables to carve out the Superman logo in the wood to a depth of about 3mm.

Using a blow torch melt the solder over the wood so it fills the cut, the wood with solder inlay is then taken to the belt sander where its sanded until the solder is flush with the wood, if there are any holes or gaps you can use a soldering iron to fill them.

To finish the piece, use the blowtorch to burn the wood for a great looking contrast effect.

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Third day of the Show. There will be Festool, Seneca (Festool tuners), Woodmiser saw mills, Carter, Easy Wood Tools, Stone Mountain turning tools and others. You will also see some awesome woodworking projects and learn who won the Powermatic bandsaw at the show. There is also a teaser of the next video in the end...
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Amaressa Essa

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Aaron Maurer

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Looking to buy a vinyl cutter. Which one? I have been told so many different options. Currently looking at Roland GS 24
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Michelle Sleeper

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Freeside Atlanta had a Build Out this past weekend. Check out what all we did around the space!
Freeside is a Georgia nonprofit corporation, organized to develop a community of coders, makers, artists, and researchers in order to promote collaboration and community outreach. Learn more » · Build Out 12-5 Photo Recap. By Michelle Sleeper on Monday, December 07, 2015 ...
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Dave Jacoby

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Two cutting-things questions.

I have a Pyrex test tube that was cleared out of the lab a while ago. We don't use such glassware anymore. I've taken to use it as a tone bar for my lap steels, but it's about 8" and I need it at about 4". You cannot cut Pyrex as easily as you can glass, which in normal circumstances is a feature, not a bug. I want to cut down the test tube and have a clean, hand-safe result at the end, without spending too much on gear. Ideas?

Similarly, I have a Partscaster guitar. I would like to cut an expired license plate to serve as a pickguard, and want a hand-safe result. I don't have access to many power tools. I am imagining spending an afternoon with a hacksaw and ending up with a far-from-aesthetically-pleasing result.

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Would be worth the trip.
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This woodworking tools/equipment show took place in Baltimore this January. English CC.
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DIY. In this video I am showing how to make a guide rail (for circular saw, router etc). Please be advised I am not an expert metal worker. Please use your best safety techniques and discretion should you decide to follow the instructions from this video.
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Tom Howbridge

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Tablesaw Riving Knife Mod- Enable non though cuts.

By simply cutting the top of your riving knife you can expand the capabilities of your tablesaw

https://youtu.be/8vnSgrADZUM
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A wooden stabilizer in the shape of a gunstock. Quite fun to shoot! 
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Good to know Marcus. Here in Canada, I got a few weird looks but overall worth the effort of making them.  The weight of it really adds to the experience of filming outdoors.
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Woodworking Show-2016 in Baltimore, MD, Day 1. You will see the exhibitions of Powermatic, Jet, Makita, Bosch, Festool, Kreg, Triton, Fein, Pantorouter and others. There were many woodworking seminars there. I taped some of them. They will come out as the separate videos soon...
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I made this pushsticks to rassure all the people witch are worry for my fingers when I'm using my tablesaw
J'ai fait ces poussoirs pour rassurer les gens qui s'inquiètent pour mes doigts quand je travaille avec ma table de sciage
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Don't be sorry, and I'm not the police...didn't shoot anyone.
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In this video I am showing how to make a device (Vise Rack Stop) that prevents racking when clamping work at one side of a vise. 
Happy Holidays and Happy Woodworking!
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In this video I will share a few useful tricks on how to easily layout and cut out woodworking templates. 
Will show examples of my furniture where I used random objects for templates or used one piece of the furniture as a template for another. Happy Woodworking! English CC
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ServoCity

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A great and easy tip from Model Airplane News!
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