This video of Jimmy DiResta and an assistant knocking out a series of shop shelves, in Jimmy's new shop, is the epitome of a hyperefficient workflow:
Now fully relocated to the countryside, Matthias Wandel gives us a tour of his massive new shop:
Has everyone moved to a new shop? Here Izzy Swan shows us, in his new shop, how he made a portable knockdown table saw cabinet:
If the slot on your cross-cut sled has become widened due to mishap, you're no longer getting the zero-clearance benefit it provides. Here the Wood Whisperer shows you how to fix that:
Bob Clagett uses plywood, upholstery foam, velvet and vinyl to create this protective carrying case for his guitar:
Linn from Darbin Orvar tackles a big job this week, creating a two-part solid wood countertop and starting from rough lumber:
This is almost like a design school assignment. Frank Howarth must prototype a reasonably sturdy structure out of minimal materials, then reproduce the design in a batch:
Declaring Leatherman's Crater her new favorite knife, Laura Kampf sets about creating her own custom handle for it:
Ben Uyeda upcycles a 2x12 into a bench with the help of a buying/selling app for makers:
Chris Salomone steps up his game, designing and building his own piece for the first time. And it's a beaut!
Just a little correction, the video from Chris Salomon is him rebuilding the base for the first table he ever designed and built. It is a new video of him updating an old project. He has many other videos of projects he has designed and built. Love the every week. It has introduced me to a ton of great makers. Thanks!
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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