Make a Wavy Joint Side Table With Tapered Legs

Today we’re making a small table with tapered legs and a wavy joint on the top. I’ve been having a few ideas for flat joineries that I want to experiment using different coloured woods. The first one I did was the flat box joint method and this time I wanted to try a wavy shape. […]

Make a Walnut and Maple Stool with a Finger Joint

Today we’re making a maple and walnut stool using kitchen rolling pins for the legs. I started by preparing the box joint jig. So I inserted the half inch aluminium bar in the slot because I will be using a half inch router bit and the spacing between them is also a half inch. I […]

Making a Timascus Ring and Flame Anodizing it! – Damascus Steel made out of Titanium

Cross Cut Sled w/ Finger Joint Jig Insert

Man these old jigs take up a lot of space! Grrr, warped and unusable! Let’s make a new one. Some scrap plywood (from failed attempts at kerf bending) Cleaning up the edges. Some scrap 2×4’s Jointing the faces smooth. Squaring up the ends Routing a chamfer. This will let dust collect there and not affect […]

Making a Writing Desk Part 2- Woodworking How To

Sylatech: Casting metal parts from 3D prints

The advantage of using 3D printing is that the customer has the part in metal within a few days My name is Gordon Gunn I’m the director of marketing at Sylatech which is a design and manufacturing business with a heritage of 54 years in the design and manufacture of precision metal components Sylatech has […]

Moldmaking Tutorial: How To Make a Resin Metal Cold Casting

What’s up Everyone? Today im going to show you how to make a cold cast reproductions of this plastic busted of Abraham Lincoln we’re gonna be using products today from a company called Smooth-On Our first step is that we are going to secure this plastic model onto a Melanie board using hot glue once […]

Can You Melt Obsidian and Cast a Sword?

Over the past few months I’ve been working on this video as a follow-up to user comments on a previous video on if it’s possible to cast obsidian. This proved to be a major challenge that took six attempts, broke multiple crucibles and two different kilns. But I didn’t want to stop until I finally […]

How to Make a Helmet Stand

Hi! My name is Dave. You’re watching “Make for Others”. And in this episode we’re going to build a helmet stand for my friend George’s helmet! I’d been working on a Star Wars Boba Fett helmet for my friend George and also wanted to give him a few options for where it could hang in […]

Meet the Maker, April Wilkerson

I’m April Wilkerson. Whenever people ask me what I do for a living I don’t know the exact answer, because I make videos but I also make things for my home but I also am maybe called a woodworker, a maker, a DIYer. Whenever I first got into making stuff, or wanting to make stuff […]