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Making Custom Epoxy Resin Cornhole Boards

Hi guys, I hope everyone is doing well. Hope you had a great 2020 Memorial Day. Well the first days of summer are finally here and though its been a crazy year so far its time to start getting outdoors and having fun with friends and family. Every one or …

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Small Shop Dust Collection That Sucks!!!

Hey guys hows is it going? Hope everyone out there is doing good and staying safe. On I want to talk a little bit today about dust collection. Every wood shop need some sort of dust collection. This serves a few different purposes. One is to help to keep the …

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Quick Tips Save Money With Packing Tape

Welcome to the first 2 Min Tip. In this series Ill be giving you a helpful tips on everything from saving money to project ideas and time saving ideas. So in the spirit of this series I will try to keep this quick. On this 2 Minute Tips I am …

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Cool Stuff From Other Makers #8

Hey guys hope you are having a great week. We are back at it with more cool stuff from other makers. Where I share out a couple of videos on projects that I think are cool from other makers. Photo/ Video Credit: Cammie’s Garage First one for today comes from …

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Making An Epoxy River Top Lift Desk

So for a long time now I have been trying to get at the office set up in the new shop. As most of you know building things for people is only part of what I do being able to put out content like this is a massive part and …

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Making An Epoxy Travel Mug (The New Way)

Since making the first travel mug using the Rocker Travel Mug Kit. I have gotten a lot of questions about them and how I make them. I made the first kit using the instructions that are supplied with the kit and this involved drilling out the blank used for the …

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Installing Shou Sugi Ban (Charred Wood) Walls

(Sponsored) If you have kept up with this adventure into woodworking I have been on for the last while you will know that I started very very modestly. Like no shop and my first project was a weather proof workbench made for under $100 that I could set up in …

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