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JUST FOR FUN
Something to think about while the glue dries...
(Quotes, thoughts and funny sayings collected from the all over the internet, and from the mind of Stumpy Nubs)
Glad I read the label on that Clorox. I was about to rub it in my eyes and keep it in the reach of so many children.
Don't glare at me lady! You're the one who named your kid Marco then yelled his name in the store!
Had no idea why my salad was $175, 'til the waiter explained that they only use Beets by Dre.
I hesitate to make fun of "Canadian bacon," because I know they'll eventually play the "American cheese" card.
Just found my birth certificate. Ugh, it's official: I've gained weight.
I just watched a show about burritos spinning in a circle because my television's broken and my microwave's not.
Stole my neighbors family portrait & got it tattooed on my back. Now I'm standing in their living room facing the wall 2 see if they notice.
I'm sorry, everyone who wrote stay cool in my yearbooks
Hundreds more here...
ON THE WEB:
Homemade Job-site Table Saw
Up and coming YouTube jig maker, Cosmas Bauer needed another table saw. So he did what any good jig maker does. He made one. And he did it without using a table saw. Now, before you say "this has been done before," consider that Bauer's saw includes cleverly engineered wooden trunions so it tilts without losing blade height, just like a commercially made saw. And did I mention the saw is lightweight and portable?
ON THE WEB:
Swing-Out Tool Stand
Bellevue Woodshop comes up with a lot of clever homemade shop improvements. This time it's a tool stand that folds against the wall to save floor space. He mounts his homemade scroll saw on it, but I can imagine several other uses for this idea in my shop. What about you?
This Month's Cool Tools
3-D CNC Carving
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Can your CNC machine carve in 3-D? The most important question may not be what machine do you own, but rather, what software are you using...
A New Tool!
Forstner Bit Tutorial
YouTube tool inventor, Andrew Klein, has tried out a lot of different concepts over the last couple of years. Some have achieved market success, others were abandoned in favor of new ideas. Will this new idea be the big one?
There are several different styles of Forstner bits out there, and choosing the right one can make the difference between a nice, clean, flat-bottomed hole, and woodworking disaster! This video tells you everything you ever wanted to know about these boring tools.
Complimentary Curves with a Router
Learn to create perfectly nesting curves, an essential skill for all sorts of router jobs, particularly the creation of decorative panels. BONUS: You also get a lesson in template routing. That's a lot of great info packed into a five-minute video!
Hand Saw Refurbishing
with Tom Calisto
Expert hand saw maker Tom Calisto shows how to refurbish an antique back saw, and also teaches all about hand saw types, hand saw teeth, and parts of hand saws.
MOMENT WITH A MASTER:
Creating A Faux Live-Edge Slab
Fold A Band Saw Blade
My Band Saw Won't Cut!
This is the fastest, easiest way I have ever seen!
If you've never made this stupid mistake, you're either smarter than the average beginner, or you're lying...
Quick Dowel Fluting
Lynn Lacy Tips
Add flutes (grooves) to your dowels in a hurry.
A lot of great tips in one video!
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