The always inventive Izzy Swan came up with this three-in-one piece of furniture, a bench that folds into two different types of tables:
Arcade Machine Cabinet
Monster build! Bob Clagett tackles a full-sized arcade machine cabinet from scratch. The video moves at breakneck speed, but watch closely and you'll see tons of little efficiency tricks, as well as some good examples of how clever forethought can make what would otherwise be tricky installations go a lot faster.
Shop Organization Cabinet
April Wilkerson is back in her dad's shop, helping Wilkerson Sr. get it organized. Here she takes one look at the mess, then comes up with a four-part organizing set-up to keep everything in its place:
Why Being Organized Makes You Money
Speaking of organization, here's an informational, inspirational video from Ron Paulk. Anyone with a shop, or any kind of area where you make things, ought listen to Paulk's talk on the subject of organization. This is a great example of how you can put in a little time and get a lot more time out.
Obsessive Attention to Detail
You're gonna have to full-screen this to see what's going on, but this is nuts: Jesse de Geest shows you his method for faceting the ends of the pegs on his pegged mortises. To spend this much time and effort on a detail that the unobservant will not even notice reveals this man's deep love of his craft.
Sapele-Topped Porch Cabinet
Jay Bates has help this time, from someone other than his clone. Here he's joined by buddy Nick Ferry for this outdoor cabinet build with a pretty sapele top:
What do you do when wooden sawhorses won't cut it? Here Jimmy DiResta knocks out a pair in steel:
Sturdy Rolling Workbench for Metalwork
Speaking of steel, Matthias Wandel needs a metalworking station separate from his main workbench. Thus this week he builds a sturdy workbench on casters that he can roll outside:
Laser Cutting Veneers for Lamination
While you might not have any need for a masquerade mask in a fox motif, watching David Picciuto make one shows you how to make any sort of bent-veneer lamination using a laser cutter:
Tiny House Floor Framing
As Ana White's tiny-house-on-a-trailer starts to take shape, here husband Jacob explains how they built the flooring:
Rolling, Nesting Whiteboards
The nonprofit firm Design that Matters, which focuses on solving health issues for the impoverished in developing nations, figures out a way to declutter their office space and add some much-needed surface area for brainstorming and project management: