Original Event Date 03-05-11 The GWA displayed woodworking items and provided demonstrations on the lathe, scroll saw, creating intarsia and a special appearance by Jack Morse on “Big Bertha” – a monstrous bowl lathe at The Woodworking Show 2011 outside of Atlanta, GA. Images and video shot on an iPhone. Uploaded in HD.
This video has excerpts from video 15 and 16 for those who only want to know about the rotisserie mechanism and not so much the finishing techniques. Allan Little shows his unique way of managing his work piece in order to apply a quality finish. This door spinner/rotisserie fixture is simple to make and works great. Allan applies six coats of finish on all edges of the door with ease using his unique device which allows the door to spin safely for easy access to all sides.______________________________________ Be sure to check out the other videos in the Solid Wood Door Series. The complete series starts with explaining how to build a stunning tung oil based finish using Waterlox Original. It also shows detailed instruction for how to prep the surface, how to glue and clamp mortise and tenon joints using PC7 and various clamps, how to make blow out repairs, and multiple sanding techniques and philosophy. As a bonus, you’ll see my very unique door holding system that spins effortlessly on a rotisserie style mechanism to ensure perfect finish application. ______________________________________ Want to know which tools and products that AskWoodman uses? Interested in learning more woodworking techniques? Read the articles that go with AskWoodman videos at AskWoodman.com Allan Little is AskWoodman™ Follow him on twitter, be a fan on Facebook, or subscribe to his blog! twitter.com facebook.com askwoodman.com Video Rating: 4 / 5
In this video, Jack and Drew demonstrate how to build a box. Building a box helps sharpen the fundamental skills needed to build more complex woodworking projects. The tools you will need for this project are: Handsaw Hammer Corner Clamps Speed Square Tape Measure Pencil The first step to building a box is to cut all the pieces. Using the tape measure, make a mark at 4 inches. Don’t forget to mark an X on the side you are not going to use. Then extend the line all the way across the board with a speed square. Note: Measuring and marking is the key to any successful woodworking project. Before the next step, follow these safety tips: Put on safety glasses Clean work area No loose clothing Hair tied up Fingers out of the way Now, clamp down the board and use a handsaw to cut. Follow this step three more times. Once the four pieces are cut, use your finger to spread the glue on the long edge. Push the two pieces together and check to be sure it is flush with a speed square. Clamp the pieces together and let the glue dry. Finish by nailing the pieces together with a hammer. Now you can sand the wood to get rid of any rough edges. Once everything is complete, you can paint or stain the box to your preference. To find advanced woodworking projects, visit www.Lowes.com Video Rating: 4 / 5
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