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Woodworking Techniques: Finishing – George Vondriska provides tips on how to apply finish to your projects. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.
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Woodworking tips, learn how-to make metal inlay using solder and a soldering iron, I used the Inventables X Carve CNC to carve Superman’s logo you can also use hand tools or a Dremel tool to carve and shape for this woodworking technique.
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Start by using the X Carve CNC from inventables to carve out the Superman logo in the wood to a depth of about 3mm.
Using a blowtorch melt the solder over the wood so it fills the cut, the wood with solder inlay is then taken to the belt sander where its sanded until the solder is flush with the wood, if there are any holes or gaps you can use a soldering iron to fill them.
To finish the piece use the blow torch to burn the wood for a really great looking effect.
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Learn how to prevent splitting wood and stripping screw heads. Drilling pilot holes and clearance holes makes it easier to drive wood screws and helps create a strong connection. Use a combination countersink bit to drill both a pilot hole and countersink to recess the head of the screw in the workpiece.