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Started with ripping 4 1/2″ inch wide board. Ripped about 50 inches worth. I made three, this is why I need so much. All the wood is 3/8″ thick.
Sterling Davis put on a Pallet Project in December 2014. The entry I made was a magazine rack/Shelf units. This project was also a commission build. My boss, at my full time job, wanted these made for Christmas. He got the pallet for me and I built the project for him. The only condition was I needed to film it for YouTube. Witch you can find the link above.
Tearing the pallet apart was Continue reading “Pallet Project”
First things first, THANK YOU this year has been a lot of fun and loved making these video for you. I never thought when I posted my first video anyone at all would watch it. Now I’m approaching 1,000 subscribers. This is a huge push of motivation for me. This really get me thinking of how far I/WE can take this new adventure. I’m promoting myself to novice YouTube content provider. I still have tons to learn, but I think i’m out of that newbie stage. I have so many people to thank for this
A new project video every week released on Friday at 10am EST. Project videos will be held on M. F. Wood Shop main channel.
I’m also going to do Mike’s Mindful Minute Quick Tip’s. These videos will Continue reading “New Years, Plan for 2015”
Thank You, April Wilkerson for bring this to all of our attention. I think this is a fantastic organization.
I was touched by the project build that you did, as it hits home for me. I lost my first born and we had a burial for him. This was one of the hardest days I had ever lived. To have babies out there being abandoned this is not exceptionable.
I will build this URN and send it out soon. April did the video back in June and I have tried to build this a few times sense then. With this project and topic, its hard for me even talk or write about it. I remember seeing April’s video and I started getting choked up and Continue reading “Garden of Innocence”
During the Whirligig contest. each entry submitted money was donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. I of course built the Superman Whirligig. This contest was put on by some of my favorite YouTube content providers Laney Shaughnessy and Steve Ramsey. I not only built a Whirligig to help this cause, but after finishing it, I then sold it and sent all the money to Make-A-Foundation.
If you would like to help Continue reading “Make-A-Wish”
Display Case Build using the Evenly Spaced Dado jig!!!
To start you need to know the space between the dado and know the size of the dado. In this case 1/4 for the dado and a 2″ space . Cut a small piece of wood the same size of the dado. Glue the piece down to the jig with the space between the blade and the left side of the glued down strip.
Steve Carmichael, April Wilkerson, and Peter Brown. They put a scrap bin challenge on this year. The playlist can be found here. Don’t forget to show your support to all the entries and leave them comments, thumbs up and subscribe to them.
This was my entry to 2014 Scrap Bin Challenge.
This Challenge was set up by Carl Jacobson at The WoodShop and Alan Stratton at As The Wood Turns, two amazing wood turners and worth going over and checking both of them out. The play list for all the other entry: Christmas Ornament 2014
Glued three boards together 2 Walnut and 1 Maple between. They where 7″ long and 3/4″ thick 2 1/4″ wide. After the glue up it was a square piece. I mounted it to the lathe between centers and roughed the piece round. I had a design in mind with measurement so I Continue reading “Christmas Ornament 2014”