Woodworking—Tips & Observations. Part 1 of 3

Woodworking—Tips & Observations. Part 1 of 3

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A Variety of Woodworking Ideas, Tips and Observations. Part 1
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  • hcwd workshop
    February 27, 2016

    Good video. great tips

  • Dr. Ralph Kennedy
    February 27, 2016

    Can I offer a tip? I had shaky hands like you and it was impairing my woodworking a lot – my doc prescribed a low dose of beta blockers and they steady your hands up dead still like a surgeon's (jn fact surgeon's and snipers and professional musicians use beta blockers for that purpose) they are non addictive, non harmful (in fact they are good for your heart)  and work within 30 mins of taking them – I just take one every time I have precise work to do and it's like my body feels peace for half a day and I could thread a silk needle while holding a full cup of coffee on a unicycle – best thing I ever did.

  • A.G. M.
    February 27, 2016

    …face, wrist and hand washing.

  • A.G. M.
    February 27, 2016

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge. A useful and inexpensive cleaning material are unscented diaper wipes bought in bulk and preferably "on sale". I've been using them for years and have found innumerable uses for them–including freshening-up face, wrist 

  • grey
    February 27, 2016

    Just went through a few of your videos and find them very helpful. Thank you.
    Also see that you shake about the same as I do which gives me hope of getting better at this wonderful craft. Again, thank you.

  • ronin4711
    February 27, 2016

    Guy, instead of grinding elevator bolts, get toilet flange bolts already for the track, comes in 1/4" and 5/16" sizes, in brass, they don't rust.

  • Mike Veatch
    February 27, 2016

    Great tips from an old timer. Thanks for sharing!
    VCC Woodworking, Granite Falls, WA

  • Rebekka Mclaren
    February 27, 2016

    cheers bud enjoyed your vid welldone from Scotland

  • sistermaide
    February 27, 2016

    Yeah you can get a lot of ideas from YouTube, and one of those places is here with Guy. Thanks Guy, you are a 'real guy' pun intended, just like one of us. THANKS for some simple but good ideas.

  • Guy Bradbury
    February 27, 2016

    Yes.

  • Og maco Sheesh
    February 27, 2016

    Btw when a router bit is black like that the bit is dull

  • Albert Mock
    February 28, 2016

    Great tips!

    I saw another good way to hold nails when setting them–try a bobby pin. (Idea stolen from Lifehacker).

  • philip quick
    February 28, 2016

    Im sure the wood whisperer will love you to change your name to that.

  • 1496vids1492
    February 28, 2016

    Hey some real cool tips and tricks and inventions. Really injoyed you videos.

  • Dale Weinke
    February 28, 2016

    Thanks for the video, there is tips in there that I never thought of, and now I I'm doing them in my own workshop. Keep up the good work, love your videos.

  • terrybriody
    February 28, 2016

    Very good. Enjoyed. Wish your American stuff n'tools wers available in UK instead of Far Eastern. Very distinguished Hair and Beard too!

  • Guy Bradbury
    February 28, 2016

    @bobswoodshop Right, you are. I was heating the bearings in lithium white grease. but it's much easier to remove them during the cleaning process. Thanks for the comment. I have repented of my evil ways. You won't see me soaking my bearings in cleaner again.

  • Bob Egbert
    February 28, 2016

    Great stuff but hell on bearings

  • Guy Bradbury
    February 28, 2016

    @tigertruckerman Thanks for the complement, and for watching my videos. You can learn a bunch of good techniques and tips on YouTube if you find the right channels. Good fortune to you in your new venture. Take Care

  • tigertruckerman
    February 28, 2016

    thanks for the videos. very helpfull ,i live in scotland and work. as a lorry driver ,hate the job it stinks so I am going to start makeing furniture ,spending most of my free time looking up you tube videos and learning.yours are amongst the best