Fantastic! La Fabrique DIY builds this amusing "tea machine" and uses a couple of surprising techniques along the way (i.e. using spacers instead of having to cut a slot, using clinched nails as a wire guide). Check it out:
Building a MakerSpace, Part 2
Linn from Darbin Orvar returns to the massive project of building out her makerspace, this time working on the cabinets and countertop:
Flip-Out Projector Cabinet
"I love my projector but I don´t like to have the setup visible at all times," writes Laura Kampf. "Especially because the cables look so messy and collect lots of dust. This week I came up with a solution for that:"
Matt's New Workbench
This video is only for those of you who've been thinking about building your own workbench specifically for hand tool (as opposed to power tool) use. Here Matt Vanderlist runs down the features of his newly-built bench, going over material selection, dimensioning, where to site it within the shop, and all of those niggling questions that can essentially scare you off of trying to build one.
DIY Wine Bar with Concrete Countertop
Another very clever build from HomeMade Modern, who create a small wine bar out of humble big-box materials:
Making A Folding Vertical Drawer
John Heisz designs and builds an unusual sort of vertical drawer with two sections that fold together:
Wooden Bow Saw
Don't let the simple title fool you: This is an impressive build form Dustin Penner, who uses a lot of cool little production tricks to create this tool.