We now know that numbers can perform multiple jobs. Numbers can stand for names or categories, or they can measure something, but something remarkable happens when we put a lot of numbers together in a group. When you group related numbers together, they become a variable. Variables are anything that can vary or produce two […]
Router table operation on the Leigh Box Joint & Beehive Jig The Box Joint and Beehive Jig can be used upside down on a router table, for boards up to 13/16″ thick, and as wide as the templates 9-11/16″ maximum All box joint are routed with the included Leigh 160 ½” bit and the Leigh […]
How to rout box joints on the Leigh Box Joint & Beehive Jig The Leigh Box Joint & Beehive jig, Model B975, makes it easy to rout ½” and ¾” box joints, in board widths up to 9-11/16″ and 13/16″ thick Box joints are extremely strong and well suited for a variety of projects from […]
Box Joints on the Leigh D4R Pro Dovetail Jig The striking symmetry of box joints, also known as finger joints, provides a focal point for any woodworking piece, and the large glue surface of box joints makes them just a strong as dovetails. 3/8” and 3/4” box joints are easy to rout with the dovetail […]
Mounting and Assembly The Leigh Box Joint and Beehive jig, Model B975, is a simple, easy to use jig for making ½” and ¾”and box joints. Before using the Box Joint & Beehive Jig, you will need to make a simple beam The jig template, which has a ½” side and a ¾” side, is […]
This video will show you how to combine the contents of two cells into a single cell, using Microsoft Excel. I created this example for a video about using dates in SPSS. I needed a small data set of birth years and months. I will show you how I created the fake data and then […]
Video Shot at Fullerton College by Tevor Nichols and Brenden Wethington and Hector was there too…..
Use acetone to clean the surface. Paint the watering can with dark rose acrylic paint C0250. After drying paint the surface with Chalk acrylic paint “Lichen-green” KAD07. Leave it to dry. Moisten a Sponge in the water, wring it out, rub the surface by sponge and then rub down by dry fabric. Carefully tear the […]