I needed a bench. I had some scraps. I now have a bench. Super simple build for some pleasant outdoor reading!
I’ve been thinking about this one for a while. I like to sit outside with the dogs and play fetch and such, but the porch is a little too low for me to sit on comfortably. I had a bunch of treated scraps left over from my fence build, so I decided to build!
Not every project has to be an elaborate build… at least I don’t think so. Sometimes, just making something simple is enough to teach a few things or show some shop tips. I attempt that in this video.
YouTube – Tool Holder for Pliers
Recently, I’ve found myself in need of a large baby gate. Specifically, a baby gate that would stretch the width of my garage door. Everybody needs a baby gate in their shop full of dirt, dust, and power tools, right? Extreme daddy day care? Well, somewhat like that… but not with actual babies.
YouTube – Ten Foot Wide Baby Gate
I have two small dogs. Two, squirrelly small dogs that find their way into the outer world … Continue reading
If you work with power tools, safety is important. A push block is a safety tool I should have had already, but… well… I have no excuse. Cutting rabbets and dadoes on a table saw or router is dangerous. So, let’s make a push block. Sure, they are super cheap to buy, but free is always better.
This project is super simple. I don’t have much to say about it or build pics to share. Take a piece of … Continue reading
One of my jobs is working for the Polish board game publisher, Portal Games. Recently, we decided to change our logo and I thought it was a great time to build something special for the CEOs office.
It starts with a piece of particle board, some poplar, a few LEDs, and a piece of plexiglass. I cut out most of the audio from this video because of the length… so if you want to know more, keep reading!
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