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How to Build a One-Legged Cabinet, a Throwing Star Fidget Spinner, Infuse Golden Veins Into Concrete & More

MakerSpace Cabinet w/ Dovetail & Secret Drawers

Linn from Darbin Orvar builds out a useful storage cabinet with a bunch of flat, wide drawers, then uses up some dead space at the bottom for a secret compartment:

Building Vanity Cabinets

Sandra Powell cranks out the carcase for a custom dual-sink vanity cabinet:

Laura´s Unrideable Beastbike

It’s always fun watching Laura Kampf build one of her bicycle experiments, even if this one turns out to be unrideable:

Turning a Failed Project Into a New Technique

When a concrete slab accidentally cracks, Jessie Uyeda uses it as an opportunity to experiment with giving it the kintsugi treatment. (“Kintsugi,” literally “golden joinery” in Japanese, is often applied to broken pottery to both recognize and beautify the damage.)

DIY Concrete and Gold Table

Jessie’s brother Ben modifies the technique slightly, figuring out a simple, controlled way to induce the “crack:”

Making A Steel Shuriken Fidget Spinner

John Heisz is full of surprises this week. Number one: I didn’t think he’d ever make something like a throwing star fidget spinner. Number two: I had no idea what kind of music he’d be into, but I didn’t think it’d be this!

Designing and Building A One Legged Cabinet

Chris Salomone embarks on an interesting furniture design experiment, and I give the results a thumbs-up:

Making a Stained Glass Hourglass

From Dustin Penner, this is definitely one of the more unusual materials and resultant object we’ve seen in the Makers Roundup:


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How to Build a One-Legged Cabinet, a Throwing Star Fidget Spinner, Infuse Golden Veins Into Concrete & More

MakerSpace Cabinet w/ Dovetail & Secret Drawers

Linn from Darbin Orvar builds out a useful storage cabinet with a bunch of flat, wide drawers, then uses up some dead space at the bottom for a secret compartment:

Building Vanity Cabinets

Sandra Powell cranks out the carcase for a custom dual-sink vanity cabinet:

Laura´s Unrideable Beastbike

It’s always fun watching Laura Kampf build one of her bicycle experiments, even if this one turns out to be unrideable:

Turning a Failed Project Into a New Technique

When a concrete slab accidentally cracks, Jessie Uyeda uses it as an opportunity to experiment with giving it the kintsugi treatment. (“Kintsugi,” literally “golden joinery” in Japanese, is often applied to broken pottery to both recognize and beautify the damage.)

DIY Concrete and Gold Table

Jessie’s brother Ben modifies the technique slightly, figuring out a simple, controlled way to induce the “crack:”

Making A Steel Shuriken Fidget Spinner

John Heisz is full of surprises this week. Number one: I didn’t think he’d ever make something like a throwing star fidget spinner. Number two: I had no idea what kind of music he’d be into, but I didn’t think it’d be this!

Designing and Building A One Legged Cabinet

Chris Salomone embarks on an interesting furniture design experiment, and I give the results a thumbs-up:

Making a Stained Glass Hourglass

From Dustin Penner, this is definitely one of the more unusual materials and resultant object we’ve seen in the Makers Roundup:


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How to Build a One-Legged Cabinet, a Throwing Star Fidget Spinner, Infuse Golden Veins Into Concrete & More

MakerSpace Cabinet w/ Dovetail & Secret Drawers

Linn from Darbin Orvar builds out a useful storage cabinet with a bunch of flat, wide drawers, then uses up some dead space at the bottom for a secret compartment:

Building Vanity Cabinets

Sandra Powell cranks out the carcase for a custom dual-sink vanity cabinet:

Laura´s Unrideable Beastbike

It’s always fun watching Laura Kampf build one of her bicycle experiments, even if this one turns out to be unrideable:

Turning a Failed Project Into a New Technique

When a concrete slab accidentally cracks, Jessie Uyeda uses it as an opportunity to experiment with giving it the kintsugi treatment. (“Kintsugi,” literally “golden joinery” in Japanese, is often applied to broken pottery to both recognize and beautify the damage.)

DIY Concrete and Gold Table

Jessie’s brother Ben modifies the technique slightly, figuring out a simple, controlled way to induce the “crack:”

Making A Steel Shuriken Fidget Spinner

John Heisz is full of surprises this week. Number one: I didn’t think he’d ever make something like a throwing star fidget spinner. Number two: I had no idea what kind of music he’d be into, but I didn’t think it’d be this!

Designing and Building A One Legged Cabinet

Chris Salomone embarks on an interesting furniture design experiment, and I give the results a thumbs-up:

Making a Stained Glass Hourglass

From Dustin Penner, this is definitely one of the more unusual materials and resultant object we’ve seen in the Makers Roundup:


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How to Build a One-Legged Cabinet, a Throwing Star Fidget Spinner, Infuse Golden Veins Into Concrete & More

MakerSpace Cabinet w/ Dovetail & Secret Drawers

Linn from Darbin Orvar builds out a useful storage cabinet with a bunch of flat, wide drawers, then uses up some dead space at the bottom for a secret compartment:

Building Vanity Cabinets

Sandra Powell cranks out the carcase for a custom dual-sink vanity cabinet:

Laura´s Unrideable Beastbike

It’s always fun watching Laura Kampf build one of her bicycle experiments, even if this one turns out to be unrideable:

Turning a Failed Project Into a New Technique

When a concrete slab accidentally cracks, Jessie Uyeda uses it as an opportunity to experiment with giving it the kintsugi treatment. (“Kintsugi,” literally “golden joinery” in Japanese, is often applied to broken pottery to both recognize and beautify the damage.)

DIY Concrete and Gold Table

Jessie’s brother Ben modifies the technique slightly, figuring out a simple, controlled way to induce the “crack:”

Making A Steel Shuriken Fidget Spinner

John Heisz is full of surprises this week. Number one: I didn’t think he’d ever make something like a throwing star fidget spinner. Number two: I had no idea what kind of music he’d be into, but I didn’t think it’d be this!

Designing and Building A One Legged Cabinet

Chris Salomone embarks on an interesting furniture design experiment, and I give the results a thumbs-up:

Making a Stained Glass Hourglass

From Dustin Penner, this is definitely one of the more unusual materials and resultant object we’ve seen in the Makers Roundup:


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How to Build a One-Legged Cabinet, a Throwing Star Fidget Spinner, Infuse Golden Veins Into Concrete & More

MakerSpace Cabinet w/ Dovetail & Secret Drawers

Linn from Darbin Orvar builds out a useful storage cabinet with a bunch of flat, wide drawers, then uses up some dead space at the bottom for a secret compartment:

Building Vanity Cabinets

Sandra Powell cranks out the carcase for a custom dual-sink vanity cabinet:

Laura´s Unrideable Beastbike

It’s always fun watching Laura Kampf build one of her bicycle experiments, even if this one turns out to be unrideable:

Turning a Failed Project Into a New Technique

When a concrete slab accidentally cracks, Jessie Uyeda uses it as an opportunity to experiment with giving it the kintsugi treatment. (“Kintsugi,” literally “golden joinery” in Japanese, is often applied to broken pottery to both recognize and beautify the damage.)

DIY Concrete and Gold Table

Jessie’s brother Ben modifies the technique slightly, figuring out a simple, controlled way to induce the “crack:”

Making A Steel Shuriken Fidget Spinner

John Heisz is full of surprises this week. Number one: I didn’t think he’d ever make something like a throwing star fidget spinner. Number two: I had no idea what kind of music he’d be into, but I didn’t think it’d be this!

Designing and Building A One Legged Cabinet

Chris Salomone embarks on an interesting furniture design experiment, and I give the results a thumbs-up:

Making a Stained Glass Hourglass

From Dustin Penner, this is definitely one of the more unusual materials and resultant object we’ve seen in the Makers Roundup:


Core77

How to Build a One-Legged Cabinet, a Throwing Star Fidget Spinner, Infuse Golden Veins Into Concrete & More

MakerSpace Cabinet w/ Dovetail & Secret Drawers

Linn from Darbin Orvar builds out a useful storage cabinet with a bunch of flat, wide drawers, then uses up some dead space at the bottom for a secret compartment:

Building Vanity Cabinets

Sandra Powell cranks out the carcase for a custom dual-sink vanity cabinet:

Laura´s Unrideable Beastbike

It’s always fun watching Laura Kampf build one of her bicycle experiments, even if this one turns out to be unrideable:

Turning a Failed Project Into a New Technique

When a concrete slab accidentally cracks, Jessie Uyeda uses it as an opportunity to experiment with giving it the kintsugi treatment. (“Kintsugi,” literally “golden joinery” in Japanese, is often applied to broken pottery to both recognize and beautify the damage.)

DIY Concrete and Gold Table

Jessie’s brother Ben modifies the technique slightly, figuring out a simple, controlled way to induce the “crack:”

Making A Steel Shuriken Fidget Spinner

John Heisz is full of surprises this week. Number one: I didn’t think he’d ever make something like a throwing star fidget spinner. Number two: I had no idea what kind of music he’d be into, but I didn’t think it’d be this!

Designing and Building A One Legged Cabinet

Chris Salomone embarks on an interesting furniture design experiment, and I give the results a thumbs-up:

Making a Stained Glass Hourglass

From Dustin Penner, this is definitely one of the more unusual materials and resultant object we’ve seen in the Makers Roundup:


Core77

How to Build a One-Legged Cabinet, a Throwing Star Fidget Spinner, Infuse Golden Veins Into Concrete & More

MakerSpace Cabinet w/ Dovetail & Secret Drawers

Linn from Darbin Orvar builds out a useful storage cabinet with a bunch of flat, wide drawers, then uses up some dead space at the bottom for a secret compartment:

Building Vanity Cabinets

Sandra Powell cranks out the carcase for a custom dual-sink vanity cabinet:

Laura´s Unrideable Beastbike

It’s always fun watching Laura Kampf build one of her bicycle experiments, even if this one turns out to be unrideable:

Turning a Failed Project Into a New Technique

When a concrete slab accidentally cracks, Jessie Uyeda uses it as an opportunity to experiment with giving it the kintsugi treatment. (“Kintsugi,” literally “golden joinery” in Japanese, is often applied to broken pottery to both recognize and beautify the damage.)

DIY Concrete and Gold Table

Jessie’s brother Ben modifies the technique slightly, figuring out a simple, controlled way to induce the “crack:”

Making A Steel Shuriken Fidget Spinner

John Heisz is full of surprises this week. Number one: I didn’t think he’d ever make something like a throwing star fidget spinner. Number two: I had no idea what kind of music he’d be into, but I didn’t think it’d be this!

Designing and Building A One Legged Cabinet

Chris Salomone embarks on an interesting furniture design experiment, and I give the results a thumbs-up:

Making a Stained Glass Hourglass

From Dustin Penner, this is definitely one of the more unusual materials and resultant object we’ve seen in the Makers Roundup:


Core77

How to Make a Passive Concrete Speaker, Build a Tabletop Workbench, Forge a Damascus Steel Chisel & More

Forging a Damascus Steel Chisel

The aptly-named Andy Steele is an enthusiastic, improbably-young-looking 21st-Century blacksmith and the latest addition to our Makers Roundup. Here he forges Damascus steel into a Japanese-style chisel for The Samurai Carpenter:

How to Make a Large Bluetooth Scoreboard

Bob Clagett walks you through how he made this Arduino-based remote-controlled scoreboard. Along the way he runs into a couple of issues and solves them on the fly:

The GluBot, and a Discount

Ron Paulk runs down his favorite glue bottle, his sponsor FastCap’s GluBot, and also offers a discount code:

Concrete Passive Speaker Cube

Linn from Darbin Orvar creates a no-electricity-required passive speaker for her phone out of concrete and wood:

Mini Tabletop Workbench

Laura Kampf builds a nifty benchtop mini workbench, complete with dog holes and a tailvise:

Drill Press Depth Stop And Key Holder

This one reminds me of prototyping class at ID school. Here John Heisz creates a more ergonomic depth stop and chuck key holder for his drill press:


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How to Make a Passive Concrete Speaker, Build a Tabletop Workbench, Forge a Damascus Steel Chisel & More

Forging a Damascus Steel Chisel

The aptly-named Andy Steele is an enthusiastic, improbably-young-looking 21st-Century blacksmith and the latest addition to our Makers Roundup. Here he forges Damascus steel into a Japanese-style chisel for The Samurai Carpenter:

How to Make a Large Bluetooth Scoreboard

Bob Clagett walks you through how he made this Arduino-based remote-controlled scoreboard. Along the way he runs into a couple of issues and solves them on the fly:

The GluBot, and a Discount

Ron Paulk runs down his favorite glue bottle, his sponsor FastCap’s GluBot, and also offers a discount code:

Concrete Passive Speaker Cube

Linn from Darbin Orvar creates a no-electricity-required passive speaker for her phone out of concrete and wood:

Mini Tabletop Workbench

Laura Kampf builds a nifty benchtop mini workbench, complete with dog holes and a tailvise:

Drill Press Depth Stop And Key Holder

This one reminds me of prototyping class at ID school. Here John Heisz creates a more ergonomic depth stop and chuck key holder for his drill press:


Core77

How to Make a Passive Concrete Speaker, Build a Tabletop Workbench, Forge a Damascus Steel Chisel & More

Forging a Damascus Steel Chisel

The aptly-named Andy Steele is an enthusiastic, improbably-young-looking 21st-Century blacksmith and the latest addition to our Makers Roundup. Here he forges Damascus steel into a Japanese-style chisel for The Samurai Carpenter:

How to Make a Large Bluetooth Scoreboard

Bob Clagett walks you through how he made this Arduino-based remote-controlled scoreboard. Along the way he runs into a couple of issues and solves them on the fly:

The GluBot, and a Discount

Ron Paulk runs down his favorite glue bottle, his sponsor FastCap’s GluBot, and also offers a discount code:

Concrete Passive Speaker Cube

Linn from Darbin Orvar creates a no-electricity-required passive speaker for her phone out of concrete and wood:

Mini Tabletop Workbench

Laura Kampf builds a nifty benchtop mini workbench, complete with dog holes and a tailvise:

Drill Press Depth Stop And Key Holder

This one reminds me of prototyping class at ID school. Here John Heisz creates a more ergonomic depth stop and chuck key holder for his drill press:


Core77

How to Make a Passive Concrete Speaker, Build a Tabletop Workbench, Forge a Damascus Steel Chisel & More

Forging a Damascus Steel Chisel

The aptly-named Andy Steele is an enthusiastic, improbably-young-looking 21st-Century blacksmith and the latest addition to our Makers Roundup. Here he forges Damascus steel into a Japanese-style chisel for The Samurai Carpenter:

How to Make a Large Bluetooth Scoreboard

Bob Clagett walks you through how he made this Arduino-based remote-controlled scoreboard. Along the way he runs into a couple of issues and solves them on the fly:

The GluBot, and a Discount

Ron Paulk runs down his favorite glue bottle, his sponsor FastCap’s GluBot, and also offers a discount code:

Concrete Passive Speaker Cube

Linn from Darbin Orvar creates a no-electricity-required passive speaker for her phone out of concrete and wood:

Mini Tabletop Workbench

Laura Kampf builds a nifty benchtop mini workbench, complete with dog holes and a tailvise:

Drill Press Depth Stop And Key Holder

This one reminds me of prototyping class at ID school. Here John Heisz creates a more ergonomic depth stop and chuck key holder for his drill press:


Core77

How to Make a Passive Concrete Speaker, Build a Tabletop Workbench, Forge a Damascus Steel Chisel & More

Forging a Damascus Steel Chisel

The aptly-named Andy Steele is an enthusiastic, improbably-young-looking 21st-Century blacksmith and the latest addition to our Makers Roundup. Here he forges Damascus steel into a Japanese-style chisel for The Samurai Carpenter:

How to Make a Large Bluetooth Scoreboard

Bob Clagett walks you through how he made this Arduino-based remote-controlled scoreboard. Along the way he runs into a couple of issues and solves them on the fly:

The GluBot, and a Discount

Ron Paulk runs down his favorite glue bottle, his sponsor FastCap’s GluBot, and also offers a discount code:

Concrete Passive Speaker Cube

Linn from Darbin Orvar creates a no-electricity-required passive speaker for her phone out of concrete and wood:

Mini Tabletop Workbench

Laura Kampf builds a nifty benchtop mini workbench, complete with dog holes and a tailvise:

Drill Press Depth Stop And Key Holder

This one reminds me of prototyping class at ID school. Here John Heisz creates a more ergonomic depth stop and chuck key holder for his drill press:


Core77

How to Make a Passive Concrete Speaker, Build a Tabletop Workbench, Forge a Damascus Steel Chisel & More

Forging a Damascus Steel Chisel

The aptly-named Andy Steele is an enthusiastic, improbably-young-looking 21st-Century blacksmith and the latest addition to our Makers Roundup. Here he forges Damascus steel into a Japanese-style chisel for The Samurai Carpenter:

How to Make a Large Bluetooth Scoreboard

Bob Clagett walks you through how he made this Arduino-based remote-controlled scoreboard. Along the way he runs into a couple of issues and solves them on the fly:

The GluBot, and a Discount

Ron Paulk runs down his favorite glue bottle, his sponsor FastCap’s GluBot, and also offers a discount code:

Concrete Passive Speaker Cube

Linn from Darbin Orvar creates a no-electricity-required passive speaker for her phone out of concrete and wood:

Mini Tabletop Workbench

Laura Kampf builds a nifty benchtop mini workbench, complete with dog holes and a tailvise:

Drill Press Depth Stop And Key Holder

This one reminds me of prototyping class at ID school. Here John Heisz creates a more ergonomic depth stop and chuck key holder for his drill press:


Core77

How to Make a Passive Concrete Speaker, Build a Tabletop Workbench, Forge a Damascus Steel Chisel & More

Forging a Damascus Steel Chisel

The aptly-named Andy Steele is an enthusiastic, improbably-young-looking 21st-Century blacksmith and the latest addition to our Makers Roundup. Here he forges Damascus steel into a Japanese-style chisel for The Samurai Carpenter:

How to Make a Large Bluetooth Scoreboard

Bob Clagett walks you through how he made this Arduino-based remote-controlled scoreboard. Along the way he runs into a couple of issues and solves them on the fly:

The GluBot, and a Discount

Ron Paulk runs down his favorite glue bottle, his sponsor FastCap’s GluBot, and also offers a discount code:

Concrete Passive Speaker Cube

Linn from Darbin Orvar creates a no-electricity-required passive speaker for her phone out of concrete and wood:

Mini Tabletop Workbench

Laura Kampf builds a nifty benchtop mini workbench, complete with dog holes and a tailvise:

Drill Press Depth Stop And Key Holder

This one reminds me of prototyping class at ID school. Here John Heisz creates a more ergonomic depth stop and chuck key holder for his drill press:


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How to Make a Bicycle-Handtruck Beer Transporter, a Concrete Dog Chow Station, an Adjustable Router Fence & More

Beer Bike (BMX meets Handtruck)

This is an awesome combination of a bicycle with two of Germany’s greatest productions: Laura Kampf and beer!

DIY Concrete Dog Feeding Station

As dog owners know, having dog bowls that slide all across the floor while they’re eating out of them can get messy. Ben Uyeda solves it with concrete, and I like the creative use of plastic bottles in the mold:

Scraper Made from Recycled Planer Blades

Why waste good steel? As John Heisz shows you, you needn’t. Here he upcycles some planer blades into a handy handheld scraper:

Modular Headboard

For his son’s bed, Chris Salomone creates a slatwall-style headboard that storage units can be slid into and out of:

Make Your Own Adjustable Router Fence

Inspired by his hatred of MDF (which I have to believe many of us share), Dustin Penner creates a handy, adjustable dust-collecting fence for his router table:

Fixing a Plastic Tricycle

Not a build video, but an interesting bit of problem-solving: When a plastic children’s toy breaks, most folks throw them away as plastic doesn’t lend itself to repairs. Enter Matthias Wandel:

Barrel Vessel Made with Bandsaw Jig

Izzy Swan has a talent for figuring out how to get straight-line tools to cut curves for complicated objects. Here he jigs up a table saw and bandsaw to cut barrel staves:

DIY Horizontal Router Jig/Pattern Follower

I found it fun to watch Izzy invent this pattern-following router jig, even though he admits using it can be “a pain in the butt:”


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How to Make a Bicycle-Handtruck Beer Transporter, a Concrete Dog Chow Station, an Adjustable Router Fence & More

Beer Bike (BMX meets Handtruck)

This is an awesome combination of a bicycle with two of Germany’s greatest productions: Laura Kampf and beer!

DIY Concrete Dog Feeding Station

As dog owners know, having dog bowls that slide all across the floor while they’re eating out of them can get messy. Ben Uyeda solves it with concrete, and I like the creative use of plastic bottles in the mold:

Scraper Made from Recycled Planer Blades

Why waste good steel? As John Heisz shows you, you needn’t. Here he upcycles some planer blades into a handy handheld scraper:

Modular Headboard

For his son’s bed, Chris Salomone creates a slatwall-style headboard that storage units can be slid into and out of:

Make Your Own Adjustable Router Fence

Inspired by his hatred of MDF (which I have to believe many of us share), Dustin Penner creates a handy, adjustable dust-collecting fence for his router table:

Fixing a Plastic Tricycle

Not a build video, but an interesting bit of problem-solving: When a plastic children’s toy breaks, most folks throw them away as plastic doesn’t lend itself to repairs. Enter Matthias Wandel:

Barrel Vessel Made with Bandsaw Jig

Izzy Swan has a talent for figuring out how to get straight-line tools to cut curves for complicated objects. Here he jigs up a table saw and bandsaw to cut barrel staves:

DIY Horizontal Router Jig/Pattern Follower

I found it fun to watch Izzy invent this pattern-following router jig, even though he admits using it can be “a pain in the butt:”


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How to Make a Bicycle-Handtruck Beer Transporter, a Concrete Dog Chow Station, an Adjustable Router Fence & More

Beer Bike (BMX meets Handtruck)

This is an awesome combination of a bicycle with two of Germany’s greatest productions: Laura Kampf and beer!

DIY Concrete Dog Feeding Station

As dog owners know, having dog bowls that slide all across the floor while they’re eating out of them can get messy. Ben Uyeda solves it with concrete, and I like the creative use of plastic bottles in the mold:

Scraper Made from Recycled Planer Blades

Why waste good steel? As John Heisz shows you, you needn’t. Here he upcycles some planer blades into a handy handheld scraper:

Modular Headboard

For his son’s bed, Chris Salomone creates a slatwall-style headboard that storage units can be slid into and out of:

Make Your Own Adjustable Router Fence

Inspired by his hatred of MDF (which I have to believe many of us share), Dustin Penner creates a handy, adjustable dust-collecting fence for his router table:

Fixing a Plastic Tricycle

Not a build video, but an interesting bit of problem-solving: When a plastic children’s toy breaks, most folks throw them away as plastic doesn’t lend itself to repairs. Enter Matthias Wandel:

Barrel Vessel Made with Bandsaw Jig

Izzy Swan has a talent for figuring out how to get straight-line tools to cut curves for complicated objects. Here he jigs up a table saw and bandsaw to cut barrel staves:

DIY Horizontal Router Jig/Pattern Follower

I found it fun to watch Izzy invent this pattern-following router jig, even though he admits using it can be “a pain in the butt:”


Core77

How to Make a Bicycle-Handtruck Beer Transporter, a Concrete Dog Chow Station, an Adjustable Router Fence & More

Beer Bike (BMX meets Handtruck)

This is an awesome combination of a bicycle with two of Germany’s greatest productions: Laura Kampf and beer!

DIY Concrete Dog Feeding Station

As dog owners know, having dog bowls that slide all across the floor while they’re eating out of them can get messy. Ben Uyeda solves it with concrete, and I like the creative use of plastic bottles in the mold:

Scraper Made from Recycled Planer Blades

Why waste good steel? As John Heisz shows you, you needn’t. Here he upcycles some planer blades into a handy handheld scraper:

Modular Headboard

For his son’s bed, Chris Salomone creates a slatwall-style headboard that storage units can be slid into and out of:

Make Your Own Adjustable Router Fence

Inspired by his hatred of MDF (which I have to believe many of us share), Dustin Penner creates a handy, adjustable dust-collecting fence for his router table:

Fixing a Plastic Tricycle

Not a build video, but an interesting bit of problem-solving: When a plastic children’s toy breaks, most folks throw them away as plastic doesn’t lend itself to repairs. Enter Matthias Wandel:

Barrel Vessel Made with Bandsaw Jig

Izzy Swan has a talent for figuring out how to get straight-line tools to cut curves for complicated objects. Here he jigs up a table saw and bandsaw to cut barrel staves:

DIY Horizontal Router Jig/Pattern Follower

I found it fun to watch Izzy invent this pattern-following router jig, even though he admits using it can be “a pain in the butt:”


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