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1890s Rare Antique Nail Gun [Restoration]
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Published on Jun 29, 2017
This 1892 patented Pearson's Nailer restoration was fairly straight-forward. It was made by the Pearson Mfg. Co from 1908-1921. This restoration was mainly aesthetic as the nailer was functioning previously.

I decided to paint the nailer in its original bright blue colour. There was a larger version that was painted red. In most, but not all photos of these nailers online, the cast iron parts seem to be a darker blue than the tin parts. I tried to replicate that look by "staining" the blue paint with some black plaint. I could have used a darker blue paint, but this technique seemed to match what I have seen online.

I also decided to place the writing on the other side of the nailer than where it originally was. This was done because the original side is heavily dented and the writing would not show up as well. In the future, I may add some gold pin-striping as well along the raised lines in the tin parts, as I have seen this is some, but not all photos online.

These nailers were mainly used by roofers to set the nail for driving in by a hammer later on. I'm impressed by how well this tool still works.
 

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DIY Home Made Drill Press And Drilling Jig
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Published on Jul 1, 2017
I am in the process of building a CNC wood router (9FT x 5 FT x 4 IN) Since I am making my own linear rails, I needed a way to adjust them to make them straight and also parallel. I needed to drill holes about every six inches to be able to shim the rails as needed. So I came up with this little mechanism to do just that. I thought I would share it, maybe someone else can use the idea to make something cool.
 

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SNS 174: Machining Aluminum Wheel, Travel Highlights
Abom79


Published on Jul 1, 2017
Machining footage starts at 10:30.
This week I have a few short highlight clips from my travels to California and the Bar Z Bash. Afterwards I complete another small job in the shop, machining an aluminum wheel.
Near the end of the video I give a couple shop updates about some projects, and organization about to start.

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Riding Glendora Mountain, California
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Published on Jul 1, 2017
While in California I was invited by one of my viewers Richard Adams to go along for a nice motorcycle ride in the mountains! We take the famous "GMR", or Glendora Mountain Road and up to Mount Baldy. This is a beautiful ride and definitely one I will do again!

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Laura´s Festival House II (with Limited Tools)
Laura Kampf


Published on Jul 2, 2017
Like last year I went to the Hurricane Festival and built us a Shelter.
Thank You Rockler for sposoring this Video! https://goo.gl/rdE4hQ
I love their Clamps because of the quick release clutch - super handy!

What I love about these "outdoor builds" is that you have very limited resources and you have to deal with whatever the weather throws your way. For this Project I basically only used a Handsaw, a Drill, the Rockler Clamps, a Hammer and a Shovel. Like last year we had a lot of rain and some pretty hefty storms over the weekend. So the structure had to widstand these circumstances.

I am super happy with what I managed to build, especially the swing was a pretty cool feature :)


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Cast Iron stack Repair
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Published on Jul 2, 2017
A tub drain leak went south real fast. Turns into a cracked stack in dining room and turned into a wrestling match. We won!

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Marking and Cutting Pro Tips
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Published on Jul 7, 2017
How to mark a board, and then scribe and cut accurately. This is a simple enough process, but a few tips can make a big difference in the fit of your piece. Tape measure pro tips here https://youtu.be/p-AlTvciSQ8
 

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SNS 175: Cheap vs Starrett, Shop Upgrades, Weekend Adventures
Abom79


Published on Jul 8, 2017
To get right to the tool comparison https://youtu.be/PBCdYcsD--g?t=4m34s
Shop upgrade segment https://youtu.be/PBCdYcsD--g?t=32m49s

This week, we compare some cheap ebay scored calipers and mic to my Starrett equivalents. This is a simple comparison to see if the cheap tools are good enough for beginners or guys on a tight budget.
Later in the video i share a few clips from Ocean Springs, MS, and the last segments I will be telling you about the new shop upgrades coming.

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LeBlond Lathe Cross-Feed Nut Part 1
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Published on Jul 8, 2017
We begin a viewer submitted project of machining a new cross-feed nut for a 15" Leblond lathe. The original part was broke, so I use a new piece of ductile iron and start machining away a new part.
 

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Touring S&H Machine: AMAZING World Class Machine Shop!
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Published on Jul 5, 2017
S&H Machine has over 60 CNC milling machines and lathes that machine aerospace, defense and other high-tolerance industries! Thanks to David Fisher for allowing us to tour their machine shop with some AMAZING machines and discuss the business side of running and operating a machine shop!

David is also the co-founder of Raptor Workholding!

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New Handles for my Leatherman
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Published on Jul 9, 2017
I recently did an Interview with Leatherman and as a "Thank You" they sent me a couple of their Multitools.
I am especially impressed with the Crater Knife

But I am not a big Fan of the Plastic Handles so I decided to make my new knife a bit more fancy and give it wood and brass handles.

The project is pretty straight forward and quick but it is so satisfying to make things you own and improve objects to your own taste.

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Shop Enclosure Update & Machine Moving
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Published on Jul 11, 2017
This video is from the weekend of July 7-9, and it's about the work I need to do in order to prepare the covered shop area for the construction work that will begin soon. I decided to sell off several of the machines I had stored out there and trying to make as much usable shop space as I can for future use. Gill stops by to give me a hand moving the big heavy drill presses, and Joe comes by the next day with his fork lift to help me load the machines onto my trailer. I wanted to get those machines out of the way and I have homes for them as well.
 

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DIY "Dewalt" table saw cabinet | Izzy Swan
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Published on Jul 9, 2017
Building an cabinet for my Dewalt portable table saw.

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A lot of my projects are designed to make your workshop more efficient, so I have plans for a lot of woodworking jigs and shop-built tools. I’ve made a lot of drill-powered machines, from a band saw to a lathe to a fully automatic slingshot crossbow to a t-shirt folder. My creations run the gamut from practical must-have shop tools to ridiculously fun family projects and everything in between.
 

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Geotechnical Report: Spec House EP.03
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Published on Jul 11, 2017
This part of building a house takes time. Lots of waiting, planning, brainstorming, waiting for engineering, talking to neighbors, gathering rough bids, etc. The importance of all this can not be overstated. Someone is going to have to live with these decisions for a long time so do everything in your power to make sure you are doing things right.

In this episode we have received the soils report back from our geo technical engineer, and discuss our plan to correct the slope and soil issues. Now that we have a plan, we will take this to a structural engineer. This part of our series might feel a little slow - don't worry, it will pick up! Thank you all for watching.

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SNS 176: Shop Enclosure Updates, Huot Cabinets, Hydraulic Rod Eye
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Published on Jul 15, 2017
I'll show you the first days of construction on the shop enclosure project. We have some new Huot storage cabinets to help get the taps and drills organized and easier to find. I also took some clips of a large hydraulic rod eye I had to machine this week.

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LeBlond Lathe Cross Feed Nut Part 2
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Published on Jul 15, 2017
We continue on with the cross-feed nut build. We'll start off at the granite plate and do some measuring and inspecting on the flange end. Then we go back to the lathe to get the center bore drilled out, then I grind up a tool bit to cut the oil grooves.
I didn't have time to finish this one out this week so one more episode on this one.
 

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Laura`s Hexagon Steel Lamp
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Published on Jul 16, 2017
Thank You Lincoln Electric for sponsoring this project!
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This week I took a project i made a couple months ago and build the same design with different materials. Very interesting exercise!
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I do like the wooden version better but it was fun to build it with steel because the process is completly different.

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LeBlond Lathe Cross Feed Nut Part 3
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Published on Jul 18, 2017
In this episode I continue on with the lathe work on the cross-feed nut. I get the flange end machined to length and diameter, then work on the bore getting it to size.

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New Machine: Cincinnati Bickford 21" Super Service Drill Pres
Keith Rucker - VintageMachinery.org


Published on Jul 17, 2017
My good buddy Adam Booth was kind enough to give me this old drill press for my new shop! A quick introduction to the machine before a restoration process begins at some point down the road.

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1930s Rotary Jigsaw [Restoration]
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Published on Jul 20, 2017
This rotary jigsaw was also known at the Cutawl (Model K8). Based on the age of the motor and the history of patents on this machine, I believe it was made sometime in the 1930s. It had many other cutters available for cutting materials such as metal, wood, leather, fabric, drywall, and essentially anything else that is up to 1.25" thick and softer than hardened steel.

This restoration was a lengthly process as the motor needed work as well. I am stunned this motor eventually ran so well. There is zero play in any direction other than back and forth when I move the armature. For a motor that is ~85 years old, I was very surprised to see the bronze bushings having essentially no wear. It's possible they were replaced at one point.

After doing research on this tool and talking with some collectors and experts, I learned that there were certain parts that were fragile and prone to damage. The large wheel in the back is attached to the main shaft by a pin that does not go through the centre of the shaft, but is offset. This means that over time, the offset pin allowed the wheel to wear around the shaft and starting wobbling itself to the point of bending/breaking the shaft. I chose not to risk it and left the wheel as is.

While looking at a parts diagram of this tool, I decided it was too risky to try and hammer and pry off the rotary mechanism as it's filled with small steel balls and retainer rings. These two things are my enemies. All I do is loose them. The part works completely fine, so there is no reason to mess with it.

I could actually see myself using this tool for some applications. It has a very natural feel to controlling the direction of cut and I feel like I could be more accurate with this than a modern jigsaw.

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GAS POWERED 100 AMP DC Generator Battery Charger, Home Built, Off Grid Part 1
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Published on Jul 22, 2017
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SNS 177: Machining Couplings, Hydraulic Press Tonnage
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Published on Jul 22, 2017
Big mix of content subjects this week. We show the drill presses being loaded up and leaving for the North, some viewer mail, and some new Starrett tools for work.
One segment is about calculating hydraulic tonnage on the new Dake 75 ton press, and we we do it. I've been getting some interesting results.
For machining this week I have two more Kop-Flex shaft couplings I had to bore, key, and set screw, as well as do some slot milling.

I was recently asked to be a guest on the Welding Tips & Tricks Podcast with Jody Collier, Roy Crumrine, and Jonathan Lewis. This was a great conversation and they asked me about a lot of things including my work history and where I got my training. Be sure to check that out!
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Cast Iron Drain Repair
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Published on Jul 22, 2017
Another dream plumbing job for CB2 and myself. The plumb life continues. The teaching continues for CB2 my son the apprentice.
 

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LeBlond Lathe Cross Feed Nut Part 4 Finale
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Published on Jul 22, 2017
The final video for the new cross-feed nut that I am machining for a viewer that goes to his 15" Leblond lathe.
Here we finish cutting the oil grooves, and machine the face trying to copy the original part as close as we can.
After the machining we'll go back to the granite table to measure the part against the original.

This has been a good project to work on and I hope you have enjoyed following along with this one.

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Laura`s Champagne Sprinkler
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Published on Jul 23, 2017

This week i found an old fire sprinkler and turned it into a champagne-fountain-thing.
Thanks to Jimmy Diresta for letting me use his shop and being a part of this video! Thanks to Giaco Whatever for the great Dinner :)

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This May Be The Coolest Wooden Foot Stool Ever
John Heisz


Published on Jul 23, 2017
This foot stool is made from a piece of spectacularly spalted maple, from the branch of a tree cut down beside my house.
It took one very long day to finish it, from first cut with the chainsaw in the morning, to the last coat of oil in the evening.

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Kalamazoo P-45 Band Saw Restoration - Part 1: Disassembly
Keith Rucker - VintageMachinery.org


Published on Jul 21, 2017
We are starting another restoration project here in the VintageMachinery.org workshop! This time, we will break down a Kalamazoo P-45 Band Saw and give it the restoration treatment. In this episode, we will disassemble the machine into its parts to prepare them for sandblasting and painting.

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1954 German Air Compressor RESTORATION
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Published on Jul 17, 2017
Hi. My name is Darek and in this video I'll show you 1954 German Air Compressor RESTORATION
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I bought the compressor very cheaply on the internet because I hoped to get it started and make a small workshop compressor for blowing things up and for example inflating wheels in the car. As you probably already saw, I managed to achieve the intended effect.
The device works well, although the time to fill the 15L 6 bar pressure in about 2 minutes is not a phenomenon, it is certainly better than nothing.

In the workshop I have a second compressor, much bigger and more efficient, which unfortunately does not work, but certainly in the near future I will try to run it, and this little one will be praised for external work.
 

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DoRite Fabrication Shop Tour 2
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Published on Jul 22, 2017
A lot of you have been asking about my shop, its layout and new equipment I've brought in. I figure it was time for an updated personal tour! You can follow me on Instagram, also check out DoRite's Facebook page and please "LIKE" us if you like what you see. https://www.facebook.com/DoRite-Fabri...

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Brian Block: bcbloc02 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4yN...
Brian Stanga: https://www.youtube.com/user/bstanga
Bruce Whitham: www.youtube.com/channel/UC6HG4kXPSgb1Bhx6CY9e6iw
Chris: ChrisB257 https://www.youtube.com/user/ChrisB257
Chuck Bommirato: Outsidescrewball https://www.youtube.com/user/outsides...
Chuck Van Natta: Knolltop Farms https://www.youtube.com/user/stirmind
Colin Chippett: CompEdge X: www.youtube.com/user/CompEdgeX
Dale Derry: Metal Tips and Tricks https://www.youtube.com/user/jigandto...
Don Cossitt: https://www.youtube.com/user/huerdon
Ed Dunn: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnOK...
Gary Cude: Tools4Machines https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZYt...
Greg Halligan: www.youtube.com/user/Halligan142
Harold Waters: cerberus https://www.youtube.com/user/hswaters1
Herb Blair: https://www.youtube.com/user/k5at
James Green: Eagle Dustoff 37 https://www.youtube.com/user/eagledus...
Jeff Sigrist: https://www.youtube.com/user/44magsw
Jim Bollinger: DoRite Fabrication https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ41...
John Mills: Doubleboost: www.youtube.com/user/doubleboost
John Saunders: NYCCNC https://www.youtube.com/user/saunixcomp
Josh Taschuk: www.youtube.com/channel/UC6RrhAYseBT8ktqfyyQRJIw
Juan Roja: Old School Machining https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjHr...
Keith Fenner: Turn Wright Machine Works https://www.youtube.com/user/KEF791
Keith Rucker : Keith Rucker VintageMachinery.org https://www.youtube.com/user/ksrucker...
Ken Rentschler: 1970chevelle396 https://www.youtube.com/user/1970chev...
Matthias Wandel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCckE...
Mike Rowe: https://www.youtube.com/user/realmike...
Michael Klotz: Blue Hands Video https://www.youtube.com/user/bluehand...
Mitchell Dillman: Mitchell Dillman https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMldillman
MrPete222: Tubalcain https://www.youtube.com/user/mrpete222
MyFordBoy: https://www.youtube.com/user/myfordboy
Peter Stanton: Edge Precision https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCkS...
Phil: l0ckcr4ck3r https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEAT...
Philip Monday: Philip Monday https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjXx...
Randy Richard: https://www.youtube.com/user/Catfish6945
Ray Canigila: Ray's Garage https://www.youtube.com/user/RSC1254
Ryan: ILGopher https://www.youtube.com/user/ILGopher
ShadonHKW: Stan Zinkosky Bar 'Z' Industrial https://www.youtube.com/user/shadonhkw
Stefan Gotteswinter: www.youtube.com/user/syyl
Steve S: https://www.youtube.com/user/MyShopNotes
Tom Lipton: OxToolco https://www.youtube.com/user/oxtoolco/
Tom Zelickman: https://www.youtube.com/user/tjzelick
Trainman4602: https://www.youtube.com/user/trainman...
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My Home Shop Tour - Workshop Walk Through - Organizing Ideas - Setup
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Published on Mar 4, 2017
My Home Shop Tour - Workshop Walk Through - Organizing Ideas - Setup

Couple subscribers asked about my workshop and wanted a walk through. Sorry for the long video on this one, but there was a lot to cover!! I have been working on this shop for 10 year, built it from ground up. Almost built everything inside as well!! I like reusing scraps, old filing cabinets and more to create shop organizers and work benches. I also put just about everything in my workshop on wheels, casters, to be able to open the shop space up for larger projects and vehicles. I may not have the most expense tools, but I have what I need and grateful for what I have. Thank you for watching..

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SNS 178: Boring a Taper, Shop Update, Weekly Extras
Abom79


Published on Jul 29, 2017
New project in the shop this week I have is two gears that have a taper bore. I'll use the Monarch lathe and set up it's taper attachment to get this job done.
I'll give you a quick shop enclosure update on the progress, I have some viewer mail to share, and near the end I'll share a few clips from work this week, some on a gearbox shaft, and tool post grinding.

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Making BELT GRINDER SANDER powered by drill
Made in Poland


Published on Aug 1, 2017
Hi. My name is Darek and in this video I'll show you how I made BELT GRINDER SANDER powered by drill.
I was wondering about making a 2x72 sander belt, but unfortunately there is not much free space in the workshop so I decided to do 6x48 "and I think it's a good choice because I can also grind the wood.

Initially I wanted to use the motor from an old glaze cutter, but after a few attempts I gave up on it, because it quickly became warm and was too weak.

For making rollers I used plywood, 12mm diameter grade rod and UCF201 and UCPA201 bearings. Rods are not glued to the wood because there was no need, they hold very tight. The adhesion of paper to plywood has been surprisingly good, so I did not use anything to increase adhesion.

To do the frame I used the old pieces of material found on the scrap yard. I only bought a sheet of 3 mm thick. I know it should be stainless, but it was not in the shop so I took the usual.

The driller I used was made in Poland, its power is 750W, the second gear is 3000 rpm.

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SNS 179 Part 1: Turning Tapered Broach Plug, Shop Enclosure Update
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Published on Aug 5, 2017
This week I finished up the tapered boring and turning required for the two gears I shown last week. I'll set up the taper attachment to turn the OD of the bar stock down to make the tapered plug I need to broach the 1/2" keyway.
I'll also give you an update on what's been happening with the shop enclosure project.

I appreciate all of the continued support from you patrons out there, and also a few of you who have donated via Paypal. Your help goes right into the shop and is used for construction and improvements. I have a long ways to go before this project is complete. If you would like to contribute a buck for the shop visit me on Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/abom79

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SNS 179 Part 2: Milling Tapered Broach Plug
Abom79


Published on Aug 5, 2017
We continue the work on the tapered broach plug and get the milling completed using the K&T horizontal milling machine. I'll show how I center the milling cutter, and get the part indicated square to the cutter.
Towards the end of the video I share a few clips on some repair jobs I did during this week at work, some roll journals.

I appreciate all of the continued support from you patrons out there, and also a few of you who have donated via Paypal. Your help goes right into the shop and is used for construction and improvements. I have a long ways to go before this project is complete. If you would like to contribute a buck for the shop visit me on Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/abom79

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Home builder - building your own home - part 1
Tim Weston


Published on Aug 5, 2017
Build a house! Build your own house.. This video is the first in a series on how I built my own house - in Germany. It is much easier than you think to build your own castle. After being frustrated with the price of rent and the price of new houses, I decided to build my own house. Starting with an MT block of land, I built a small wooden hut to store all my large tools and to work out of. Then I set to, building the cellar which nearly every house has in Germany.

Once the cellar was finished and had the lid on it (the concrete floor for the ground floor of the house above) my wife and I moved in! After only a short time, building, besides working a full time job. We could give notice on our tiny 20m2 flat, move into the luxury of an 80 square meter cellar, save on the rent we were paying and keep working from the comfort of our new home.

I put our letter box out front on the street above and we lived like bugs bunny under the ground whilst continuing the building on top ☺ .

This is the second most rewarding project I’ve done in my life. The most rewarding project was building a boat, a catamaran called Tokyo Express and there is a video series about that too…

In the coming weeks the next video in the series will be up, and we shall start looking into the details and technicalities of making the project a reality. It’s a LOT cheaper than getting a house built and it’s not as hard as you think. It’s maybe something worth thinking about!

More info will appear soon on the my website https://timwestonboats.com

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Laura`s Record Storage Box
Laura Kampf


Published on Aug 6, 2017
Thank You Rockler for sponsoring this Video and supporting my work!
Visit them at www.rockler.com

This week i finally built 2 storage boxes for some of my vinyls.
To make the build a bit more interesting, i added a maple-edge to the front of each box. Not really neccessary but i enjoyed the process :)

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