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Making a new step stool for the kitchen. all video shot and edited on iphone 5. hope everyone enjoys please leave a pics on:on twitter, instagram, and google+@shaunbrownitw
Build a small step stool for use in a camper or anywhere around the house
Running late on time this week I decided to make another one of my pocket hole step stools. An incredibly easy project for anyone to make. -T-Shirts!Free SketchUp video tutorials:Social links:Twitter = Facebook = SUBSCRIBE = Instagram=
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If you like the look of hand-cut dovetails, but don't have time (or patience) for all the meticulous work it takes to create them, then try this table saw method which uses a sliding dovetail sled to cut 90 percent of each joint. The jig cuts dovetails far faster than you can cut them by hand, and y
In this video, I mark and cut the dovetails for both treads of the step stool.Check out more for watching!
This clever step stool gives you a place to sit, and a step up when flipped over. Easy to make and a great gift idea, you get the full PDF plans as well as the Idea Room enabled 3D model
It took me several times to get this stool done just do to the tools and crowded work space I have but now that I got it down should take a lot less time to build.Below is the link to Jack Reinhardt video DIY Instructions for kids bench step stool
Over the years, one of our most requested projects has been the step stool/chair. Readers have referred to it as a library chair, a convertible chair, a folding step chair, and a host of other things, but whatever they called it, the function was the same: a chair that quickly converted into a littl
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Accent your woodworking with a "French" dovetail: a sliding dovetail joint that's made completely on the router table, with essentially one setup. Bill Hylton takes you step-by-step through the cuts for a drawer video is from the Woodworker's Journal Accurate Router Joinery, DVD-ROM video.
The first in a three part series on building a dovetail saw from scratch.Logan's Cabinet Shop is where I found information on folding my own steel saw back
This is a really simple project you can make in a few hours. I love having the handle on a step stool. It really makes it easy to move around and gives you added stability when climbing on. Especially useful for people with limited mobility. More on this project and free plans: Download a free audio
The final part of making the step stool
Patreon - Contact- Website - - Instagram - I was tired of the ugly plastic stool in the kids bathroom so I did something about it. Its walnut and mystery wood. Could be cherry, if you know, please share down below. The video of me cutting out the stub mortise for the support bar was corrupt. but to
In this video, I prepare the side and treads of what will become a step stool. The material is knotty pine shelving that I purchased for cheap and selected the clear bits in between knots to use. Check out more for watching!
In this first part I go through the design requirements and illustrate some techniques for achieving grain continuity throughout the chest
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