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Murdering electrons in a Woodworking Workshop. Covering woodworking tools and techniques (And the occasional venture over to "The Dark Side" with traditional tools and techniques).

Murdering electrons in a Woodworking Workshop. Covering woodworking tools and techniques (And the occasional venture over to "The Dark Side" with traditional tools and techniques).
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United States

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Murdering electrons in a Woodworking Workshop. Covering woodworking tools and techniques (And the occasional venture over to "The Dark Side" with traditional tools and techniques).

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English


Episodes

Episode 120 Making the TT Rex

5/24/2016
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Material: 3mm Acrylic Router Bit: Amana Tool 51441 – 1/16″ Spiral-o-Flute upcut from Toolstoday.com CNC Router: Torque CNC 9060 Spindle Speed: 12000RPM Horizontal Cutting Speed: 5mm/sec Vertical Cutting Speed: 10mm/sec with ramping Plans from MakeCNC.com

Episode 119 Kerfing on the Tablesaw

5/13/2016
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I made this video while I was creating a vertical garden for an article in The Shed magazine. Lost the files for a while (and forgot I had shot the video!!), but here it is at long last!

Episode 118 Lancaster cut video

10/8/2015
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A quick video of the Lancaster Bomber being cut out. I don’t want to think how long it took this video to actually get done – so many delays, so few windows of opportunity to work on it! I decided to cut my losses and just put together what I had, rather than stress too […]

SSYTC082 Australian Animals Series

6/23/2015
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(A slight delay in the SundayCNC post!) The Australian Animal series, from MakeCNC.com (scroll down a bit to the Australian Animals) A really nice set of designs, with some real standout patterns. By far and away, the Sulphur Crested Cockatoo is the most impressive, at least in my opinion. However, it was the Echidna that […]

Episode 115 Here be Dragons CNC

4/15/2015
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Design from MakeCNC.com

Episode 112 Sabretooth

2/27/2015
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Plans from MakeCNC

Killing a blade softly

12/19/2014
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As mentioned recently, I had an opportunity to demonstrate the SawStop Industrial (5HP) to a group from the Instrumentation & Technology Development Facility (Monash Instrumentation Facility), and the Faculty of Science, both from Monash University. The following video was taken and edited by Steve Morton, from the Scientific Imaging Service within the Faculty of Science, […]

Episode 110 Multiple Layer Inlay Stencils

11/30/2014
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This episode uses one of the MLIS (Multiple Layer Inlay Stencils) from Tarter Woodworking. Good product, great results, and a very realistic price to boot. What’s not to love? The template used here is the Yin Yang. I did try the Clownfish, but have to come back to that for a second attempt (got my […]

Learning from mistakes

11/15/2014
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We all know the idiom about book-smarts versus street-smarts, and it holds just as true (if not more-so) for woodworking as any other pursuit. You can read and read about a topic, watch all the videos, follow the forums and talk with experts, but I can still guarantee the first time you pick up a […]

SSYTC076 Ordering SawStop Online

11/4/2014
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Gave the I Wood Like website a run today, specifically around their new online shopping cart. Very seamless and easy way to purchase blades, brakes, inserts, even entire machines (both SawStop and MiniMax). The blade purchased will be the subject of an upcoming review. Details of delivery address and payment details have been removed from […]

3D printer in action

10/19/2014
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First quick video of the printer working. Had a few teething problems, mainly around getting the print to adhere to the bed. Removed the aluminium bed and replaced with glass. A quick wipe of the surface with a glue stick, and we were away laughing! Print completed Ready for removal Skull box completed, ready for […]

Episode 109 AmanaTool Raised Panel

10/17/2014
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AGE Raised Panel Set from ToolsToday.com