The Samurai Carpenter carves an impressive spiral-grip handle out of Ebony, then crafts a leather sheath for the Japanese chisel sent to him by Alec Steele:
Jimmy DiResta starts off in a blacksmithing facility this week, hammering out a blade for the first time in the process of creating this small sword:
I enjoy seeing Matthias Wandel make mistakes, not out of Schadenfreude, but because I myself always make mistakes and like to see how he compensates for them on-the-fly:
Matthias draws on what he learned in previous experiments, and applies a small design change to one of his DIY dust collectors in order to make it quieter:
Jay Bates and his clone are back, knocking out a side table in this unnarrated, efficient build:
April Wilkerson pays a visit to Laura Kampf's shop in Germany, and the two collaborate on a steel and wood end table:
Bob Clagett uses four PC fans to create a soldering fume extractor. He also adds several "third hands" to hold wires in place, and designs the entire unit to fold flat:
I’m a lapsed industrial designer. I was born in NYC and figured I’d die there, but a few years ago I abandoned New York to live on a farm in the countryside with my wife. We have six dogs.
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