Jimmy DiResta uses everything from a chainsaw to a brace-and-bit to rope splicing techniques to create this tree swing, then figures out how to hang it without having to climb up to the branch:
As he empties out his old shop, Matthias Wandel runs down the features of his self-modified table saw with an attached DIY router lift/table:
Using a minimal amount of tools, Izzy Swan outfits a minivan with a convertible sleeping/camping set-up:
Shoptimization. Frank Howarth modifies plans for a CNC router dust shoe to create his own dual-hose version, encountering and solving problems along the way:
April Wilkerson breaks out her router freehanding skills to bang out this project for a growing child:
For beginners, the Wood Whisperer demonstrates a simple four-step process for creating mortises with a router:
Ben Uyeda shows you how you can easily cut stone to create some durable serving platters:
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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