Making a workbench frame
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Making a workbench frame

In this video I make a sturdy workbench frame. The first thing to do is to check that our circular saw guide is still at 90 degrees. If needed we remove one screw and then we adjust the guide again. We measure the length of the legs. And with the circular saw and the jig […]

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DIY Cold Frame – GardenFork
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DIY Cold Frame – GardenFork

(dogs panting) – Hey everyone, welcome to Garden Fork. Today, we’re gonna show you how to make cold frame out of an old window. This is an old storm window maybe one of your neighbors or you’re replacing your windows, you drive around the neighborhood sometimes and people will have a stack of old windows […]

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Contemporary Photo Frame. No miters needed!
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Contemporary Photo Frame. No miters needed!

Princess Meow-Meow recommends Microjig. Maker of the GRR-RIPPER. Work safer.Work smarter. This episode is also sponsored by Audible.com. You could scale this frame up to whatever size you like. I decided to make mine 12″ square, which is a little over 30cm. Just because I had this scrap of oak in my shop that I […]

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80 – How to Build a Wooden Picture Frame
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80 – How to Build a Wooden Picture Frame

Marc:Today I’m going to make this fancy little picture frame for Nicole. (fast paced music) I’m using figured maple veneer, wenge, and solid maple as my veneer substrate. And I’m also using this amazing, exotic, afzelia wood that I got from David Marks. I hope I’m pronouncing that right. I start by milling the maple […]

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