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Getting started with series of guides on choosing the most suitable jointing methods, we explain where and why you might use one as opposed to another.
Garden decking... as anyone who's ever tried laying their own will know - It isn't easy. Unless you follow a how to guide like this one.
We are back in the workshop with Carl Handy, but this time it is more like bared souls than soul music
Watch Part one of Les Thorne's woodturning demonstration recorded at Get Woodworking Live
Les Thorne creates a chucking point and shapes the outside of the bowl using pull and push cuts before cleaning up the finish.
Les Thorne works the finish with an arbitech saw before lightly burning the surface of the bowl and sanding off.
Les Thorne turns the inside of the bowl and then uses the arbitech saw and blowtorch to add the same finish as the outside of the bowl before spraying the finish with a lacquer.
Les Thorne sands down the rough edges before staining the bowl with some coloured spirits.
The final episode sees Les Thorne demonstrate several techniques on how to turn the centre of the bowl before fielding a few Q&As from the audience.
Video Series - Peter Dunsmore demonstrates how to lay veneers and create simple inlays
Pete looks at what to consider when choosing your veneers, how to flatten buckled veneers and the some of the problems you may encounter
Peter takes us through the process of cutting the veneer to the right size
Peter demonstrates how to use a press to ensure your veneer remains flat Subscribers Only
Peter trims the edges of the veneer before adding the lipping and crossbanding Subscribers Only
Peter demonstrates how to enhance your furniture's veneer with an inlay. Subscribers Only
In this first instalment Peter demos a special jig for cutting mitre keys, then shows you how to build it
The next stage involves cutting accurate mitres for the box corners Subscribers Only
Part 1 - In this video Ron talks about some basic jigs for use with the router that can drastically increase your productivity
Part 2 - Next, Ron uses a series of straightedges to make accurate cuts during the production of a hinge jig
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