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🔨🔨🔨 Anyone else still use the ol’ key trick when drilling latches out? 😅#pottscarpentry #hack #straighthole #gloryhole #carpentrytips
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Raised Panel Doors - one of the toughest things to make as a Carpenter! I've found that making door panels out of MDF works well, especially if you dilute wood glue and brush it onto the freshly milled profile. . If ya don't add the diluted wood glue and try to paint, the raw MDF will soak up the finish like a sponge, which requires many coats to remedy. . The diluted glue truly seals the profile and makes it finish as easily as the factory MDF surfaces!! . #nerdout #woodworking #raisedpaneldoors #pdxwoodworking #carpenterlife #carpentry #finecarpentry #carpentrytips #mdfdoors #portlandcrafters #pdxsmallbusiness #cabinetry #cabinetrydesign #cabinetrydesigner #cabinetmaker
Follow up to earlier post with better view of the bracket and threaded pipe. • #iRemodel #carpentry #carpenterlife #finishcarpentry #mahoganydoors #remodel #carpentrytips #keepitcrafty
[TIP] Fasten threaded pipe to the top and bottom of doors so you can flip the door over and finish both sides without having to wait for each side to dry. • Credit to @issamaaieh.#iRemodel #carpentry #carpentrylife #carpenter #remodel #remodeling #finishcarpentry #mahoganydoor #staineddoors #carpentrytips #keepitcrafty
A break from all the closet pictures to share some trim tips. I always use crown hangers for long pieces and pre-assemble my returns with super glue. I also make them match the other corners in the room to keep things cohesive. In this room they were rounded so I did a 5 piece return. It takes longer to do it this way but I think the result is worth the extra effort. 👍🏾 . . . . . #crownmolding #carpentrylife #carpentrytips #woodworking #houstonwoodworker #trimcarpenter #thedustylife
Quick tip to share with you if you don’t have a plungsaw or can’t be bothered to set up your router this is a quicker option. A piece of scrap timber fixed to the bottom of a circular saw to prevent any split out on oak doors just make sure the scrap timber is sat on the door side when cutting not your off cut side. Also always remember to run a quick saw cut on the exerting side of the blade this will prevent split out up the edge of the door. Would normally use my trim saw but I’ve left it on a different job so out comes the makita 5903R 235mm#chippylife #sundaygrind #carpenter #carpentry #work #doorhaning #doorrefurbishment #doorreplacement #doorfittings #oakdoors #carpentrytips #makitauk #makita
Hope someone benefits from this. I'm fitting the wainscoting underneath the drywall and want the seam to flush out. I've found that using tar paper strips is a useful tool for this type of shimming. I fold the tar paper the the desired thickness and leave a tab overhanging the edge of the plywood. This allows me to hold the piece in place over the framing member and test the fit before nailing. I don't have to worry about the pieces falling out of place. All the strips will be hidden by the chair rail. #tipoftheday #carpentrytips #wainscoting #sharingiscaring #seattle #remodel #tools #festool #walnut #woodworkibg #businessowner @pbellp
This project was a great test of the skills and processes we have been developing. From start to finish we dialed this one in. Clean lines, onsite crafted trim work, finish spraying, installed Windows, patching lathe and plaster, framing,tile and painting. Great learning lesson for the team and small improvements to be made. For a small job it had a lot of components and is a great showcase of our skill and craftsmanship. #team #carpenter #carpentry #seattle #festool #painting #tile #businessowner #remodel #carpentrytips #strategy #happythanksgivng @festool @devilbliss @sherwinwilliams @kate7m @pbellp @boschtoolsna @trghomeconcepts @trghomeconcepts thanks for setting a bar and sharing tips. Helped me out on this one.
I used to write numbers down when I needed to remember them. Now I find myself just reaching for my phone to snap a pic. Here I am taking a pic of the position of the wood relative to the L-track so I can find it once the panels are back on.
Here is another CRY FOR HELP this cherry is TOO BEAUTIFUL and we can't decide which side to use (for a wall-hanging coat rack.) I am currently unable to determine if wood comes in any form more beautiful than flame cherry.... Top or bottom??? SWIPE for close ups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #cherry #cherrywood #flamewood #flamecherry #exoticwood #poll #helpme #helpmechoose #chooseyourownadventure #timber #wood #woodporn #crotch #crotchwood #liveedge #liveedgewood #carpenter #carpenterlife #carpentry #carpentrytips #whichone #pickone #wood #woodworkingproject #lovewood #craftsman #help #toporbottom #dirtyhashtags #bestigwoodworking
Little tip... use two or three ratchet spammers when your doing worktops up on your own. When time is of the essence this really helps! #carpentrytips #carpentryhacks #carpenter #carpentry #joiner #joinery #carpentrylife 🔨 #chippieswork #chrisdurdlecarpentry #festool #makita #kitchen #mafell #kitchenfitter
give your opinion and comment below! . @woodworking.popular is the owner of this post. 🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲 Wood is an important part of us. Treat him with respect. 🌲🌲▼▬▼▬▼▬▼🌳🌳 follow @arthirsch and I search for you the best post from the wood niche together. #arthirsch My 💚respect💚 goes to every one of those genius artists. . #carpentrytips #finishcarpentry #serenavanderwoodsen #woodendecor #woodenletters #sabrinacarpenter #woodburning #wooddecor #woodturning #woodcarving #justintimberlake #wood
I'm installing a shiplap ceiling today. The 8ft ladder in the background has 2 2x4's screwed to it and it is holding up one end of the material so I can install this solo. #carpentertips #carpentrytips #solocarpenter #carpentry #finishcarpentry
Make sure you go Follow @mestre.ca #❤️🏠 How to cut your trim angles using a bisecting method ♡ . #mestrecanada #mestre #finishcarpentry #trim #trimcarpentry #woodworking #trimtips #carpentersofig #carpentrytips #diycarpentry . . #Happyhomesweethome #FOLLOW #SHARE , #REPOST #ENJOY !
Tiny tip Another quick method to drawing perfect circles of many sizes accurately. All you need is a finishing nail and a sawzall blade #woodworking #tinytip #woodworkingtips #methods #drawingcircles #tipsntricks #tricksofthetrade #woodworker #carpentry #carpenter #carpentrytips #alwayslearning
Top tip. When ever your scribing a worktop joint that’s out of square use the jig pegs as a guid for centralising the jig to your line. The little things help the most 👍🏼#carpentry #carpenterstalkgroup #carpentrytips #gloucestercarpentry #lsdfamily #kitchentips #worktops #worktopjig
Tip of the day: after you're done with your roll of aluminum, tape the edge of it so you don't scratch the surface. #london #londonontario #renovations #aluminum #aluminumflashing #electricaltape #potd #nofilter #tipoftheday #carpentrytips #carpentry #carpenttryhacks #learning #apprentice #apprenticeintraining #simonsays
#tinytiptuesday Hey don’t cheap out on sealing the bottom cut of real wood doors. #science could cause that joint to open up and result in an annoying callback. Here I’ll stain and then seal the bottom of the door after the cut... Hope this helps! #tips #tricks #hacks #carpentrytips #carpentryhacks #wood #doors #remodel #renovation #remodeling #build #learn #educate #finishing #work #craft #keepcraftalive #peter_heard
Tip of the day! No packers? No problem! 3mm drill bit does the job. Or 4 or 5 depending on your margins! #carpentry #carpenter #chippieswork #chrisdurdlecarpentry #joiner #joinery #woodwork #carpentryhacks #carpentrytips #bespoke #madetomeasure #fittedbedrooms #fittedfurniture #bedroomfurniture
I don't always get flawless miter joints, but there's a way to keep your joints strong and avoid buying wood fillers that may eventually crack . 1)First step is make a mistake, and remind yourself that it's ok, because mistakes are necessary, and a great way to learn . 2)Sand the joint and get wood dust into the seam . 3)Add some glue into the joint and rub it in until it becomes tacky . 4)Sand the joint when glue has dried . 5)Yellow glue will dry clear, so it's a great way to trick your painters when they try apply wood filler to your "mistake" joint . I hope you read this and I hope this helps ❤ . #mestrecanada #mestre #carpentry #trim #finishcarpentry #trimtips #carpentrytips #woodwork #baseboardtips #mitermasters #miterjoint #joint #joinery #trimcarpentry #woodworking #tricksofthetrade #instagram #contractorsofinsta #contractortips #design #carpentertips #howtobecomeacarpenter #hgtv #makeitright #carpentryhacks #protips #woodmoulding #mississauga #oakville #toronto @titebondproducts @hitachipowertoolsusa
Cleaned up and fitted this lovely length of oak to finish off this fire place. This was taken from a ship in the napoleonic times. love thinking of the journey it must had been on to rest here. #thisiscarpentry #customcarpentry #carpentrywork #oakwork #napoleonicwars #napoleonic #oldoak #carpentryskills #carpentrylife #finishcarpentry #carpentrytips #carpentrydesign #carpentryuk #englishoak #traditional #history #buildingwork #houseproject #renovation #upcycle
The final stages of my wife’s art studio was fitting the 1st fix electrics, fibre glass roof, upvc windows and doors, facial and vented soffit boards, 22mm chip boards floor with laminate flooring on top, 100mm wall celotex insulation, 150mm floor and ceiling celotex insulation, plasterboard walls, plaster, paint, 2nd fix fuse board and electrics. #artstudio #summerhouse #celotex #1stfix #2ndfix #chipboard #upvc #facia #soffit #fibreglassroof #thisiscarpentry #customcarpentry #carpentryuk #summerhouselife #carpentryskills #carpentrywork #customcarpentry #carpentrytips #carpentrydesign #englishcarpentry #building #gardenideas #office
Swipe 👉🏼 Oddly handy tip. The smooth finish on layers of prefinished moldings and cabinetry is slippery, and a little blob of this helps keep it from sliding around while measuring and cutting longer pieces of molding by yourself. A very tiny blob can be left behind the molding when it’s installed. You don’t have to go to an incredibly awesome art supply store like @risdstore at @risd1877 to get this stuff, but it’s more fun. Went there while we were at the last @jlclive show in Providence, RI.
We all love to hate the #perko closers! Without fail the best way to deal with them! #chippylife 🔨 #carpentrytips #chippyswork #chrisdurdlecarpentry #joiner #joinery #tipoftheday
#scribesaturday S W I P E This was one odd block in the run of blocking that needed to look thicker. (That drywall will be trimmed back and have a termination bead mudded on.) Once the scribe was cut with a 50 grit sanding disc in the grinder, a miter was cut on the edge and joined to the vertical block. Some glue is sticking out of the miter. When it’s dry, I will run the side of my nail set along the miter which slightly smushes the two sharp edges closed. It’s kinda cheating 🤫
Pro Tip: when you need to tweak the hinges on your door but the new holes fall too close to the old ones, use toothpicks or bamboo skewers to fill the holes with a little wood glue on them. Let dry, cut & sand to level, viola! New holes now have something to grip. A very nice handyman taught me this! 👌🏼 . . . #wood #woodisgood #woodworker #femalecarpenter #girlswhowoodwork #weekendproject #weekendwarrior #woodworking #woodworkingwoman #carpentry #diy #creativeideas #innovation #protip #easyfix #hangingdoor #diydoor #carpentryhacks #carpentrytips #woodworkingtips #lifehacks
Dirty hands are a sign of clean money . • Finishing Wood with Stain & Varnish • So you can varnish and take care of your furniture yourself. You don’t need expensive tools or special skills. It’s easy to do and requires a bit of time. (I used my Sunday😁) Follow these steps(no shortcuts, sorry!) and you’ll get a flawless finish everytime! . 1. Sanding: a good finish begins by sanding bare wood with a 100-grit sanding paper. This is crucial for achieving a uniform wood surface that’ll absorb stain evenly. It also smoothes out surface imperfections, which might show through the clear coat. You goal here is to eliminate the sawmill “burnish”(shiny surface left by the planer), smooth off rough wood fibres and sand out blemishes. For hand sanding I used I sanding sponge, a sanding pad for curves and a folded piece of sandpaper for crevices. . 2. Brush on a sanding sealer: brush a sealer in the direction of the grain, always! Shine a strong light on the wet surface to highlight areas you might have missed(they’ll be dull). Immediately “tip-off” the wet finish by stroking the entire surface from end to end with long, light, overlapping strokes of the wet brush. That’ll even out the coat and help eliminate brush marks. If you see brush marks after tipping off, leave them and sand them out later. Work quickly; sanding sealers dry fast! . 3. Finish up with oil-based wood varnish: brush on the wood varnish with the same techniques you used for the sanding sealer. If you’re working in a clean room and did a good job, one coat will be cool. Let it dry overnight. To add another coat of wood varnish, prepare the surface as you did after the sanding sealer, including sanding the finish with extra fine sanding paper l, dusting the surfaces and wiping everything down with a clean cloth(I use cotton painter’s rags- sold at screen printing stores in Goa)Then add another coat of varnish! . ⚠️Always sand/brush in the direction of the grain⚠️ . #interiordesign #interiordesignertips #diy #interiordesigngoals #bedroomgoals #homegoals #woodworking #woodwork #woodworkskills #carpentrytips #lifeasadesigner #ilovewhatido #myhustle #goa #diy #interiordesigneringoa #furniture #iphonex
Scroll Sideways. The old floor joists that are set in the stonework will remain exposed but the old masonry between the joists is to be covered. One option was to run drywall up between the joists. Instead, blocking made of reclaimed lumber of the same species was installed. It could appear to be a continual beam that the joists are connected to. Because of the variation in thickness of the blocking material, the front edge was set to a string line. The plane of the face of the wood is set 1/2” proud of the finish face of the drywall. “Tear-away” bead is a plastic termination strip that the drywall finisher attaches at the upper edge of the drywall where it meets the row of blocking. Attached to the edge bead is a small exposed temporary plastic strip that keeps compound (most of it) from getting on the blocking. After the last coat of compound is sanded, the white plastic strip is torn off and a perfectly clean edge of drywall is left. Some of the reclaimed wood was used around the door opening to build up the framing for aesthetic purposes. This mahogany door will be trimmed with the reclaimed wood.
Wrapping up some of the trim at #mapleranchhouse . Quick Tip🤔 When installing window trim, prefabricate your extension jambs and casing on a workbench. Put them aside, let the glue set, and pop ‘em right in. You’ll work faster with better results #rismallbusiness #rirealestate #homerenovation #carpentrytips #windowtrim
Nail the wood to the scaffold board easiest way to rip some hard wood with out power tools🤷🏼‍♀️🥄
#tinytiptuesday Hey guys here’s a quick tip to help you keep an accurate depth when repeatedly drilling holes in stock. We’ve all used the tape trick, but here’s a better way!!! See if it helps! As a reminder, I’m always looking for new tips to share. If you have a good one, dm me and I’ll repost it and tag you. #tips #tricks #hacks #carpentrytips #carpentryhacks #learn #educate #build #share #craft #keepcraftalive #work #drill #mike_guertin #peter_heard @mike_guertin
The exterior trim on these windows was a bit tedious. Had to mark parts of the stones that stuck out too far with a scrap and cut them down so the pre-made @boraltruexterior frame could be applied. They were sized to have a light 1/8” gap around the window. Used a @kregjig to join the top joints of the frame and @grkfasteners trim screws at the bottom of the frame as well as for connecting the frame to the building.
While this is pretty basic for experienced carpenters, I’ve seen a lot of young guys/gals struggle with laying out stair stringers. One common mistake Is forgetting to take off the thickness of the tread on the bottom and the thickness of the riser on top. In this case, were using 2x material for the treads so the bottom riser height needs to be 1-1/2” smaller than the rest. Hope this helps anyone who has struggled laying out stairs.
↔️SWIPE↔️ This stuff is impressive. The windows were set in an opening lined with tape and then the flanges were taped again (only sides and then head). But tape doesn’t like to stick to the uneven old stonework. I DM’d @huberwood and asked if the Liquid Flash would be compatible with the tape. They were prompt in their assistance and recommended wiping the tape with acetone before application of the Liquid Flash. This was done after the dusty prep work on the stone. Any loose tape was cut off. The Liquid Flash looks like it will be too runny when it comes out of the nozzle but it isn’t and it stays workable. You spread it just thick enough so that you cannot see through it (1/8” or so.) The edge of the tape was sealed to the masonry. I used a 2” plastic putty knife. The tape Under the bottom flange was sealed to the masonry as well but the bottom flange of the window remains open for drainage and the spray foam from the interior side will have to be the last line of bulk water defense there.
Holy ✏️ delivery! Thank you @garymkatz1 for the pencils and for the helpful input on moldings! Both are being put to good use.
👉🏼Swipeville👈🏼 A Poor Man’s Tapcon is a bit of a misnomer because it holds really well and sometimes is even more user friendly than a real tapcon. With a 3/16 masonry bit, drill a hole through the wood and into the masonry. Drill deeper than the length of the screw being used. Cut a piece of shielded 12 gauge copper wire a little longer than the screw being used and bend a 1/2” of the end at 90 degrees. Put the in the wire and then the screw. You can break the tab off if you like. This also works with a 16d common or duplex nail and two thicknesses of rebar tie wire in a 3/16” hole.
Inspired by @chelsea_lefort_lawlor tipsy Tuesday I created my own tip Tuesday! If you’ve got something heavy to hang check out my quick 2 minute video (link in my profile) I get this question A LOT so I figured I would create a video to show you how easy it is! You can pick up toggle bolts for under 5$ at @kentbuildingsupplies #tiptuesday #carpentrytips #togglebolts #decor #hangingdecor #walldecor #howto #tutorial #youtube #diy #diyhomedecor #diywall #help #marketing #halifax #dartmouth
#tinytiptuesday Happy Tuesday everyone! Here’s a tip if you don’t have a laser yet or you left it at home... Use a water level... Have fun!!! SWIPE➡️
Ive been seeing lately people posting about their short to short measuring methods for mitres. @garymkatz1 has a good technique that is worth looking at, @carpentry_bymar also has some slick tips for this. Here is how I measure mine. . In the video, you’ll notice that I’ve marked the back side and that I’ve marked it at 4 inches. The back side of the trim is not rounded so I get a more precise mark/cut. I marked at 4 inches to allow for the mitre, the trim in 3.5 wide so the long point will actually be cut at the 1/2 mark.. . My short to short measurement is 64 11/16 but because I added the 4 inches I mark 68 11/16. . When I’m cutting trim for a place I cut all the trim out in one day and set packages where they go, this greatly improves efficiency and quality when done properly. . . . #Quality #efficiency #carpentry #trimcarpentry #keepcraftalive #carpentrytips
Pack your frames not your joists ya monkeys!🐒 . . #crisp #carpentrytips #spoton #carpentry #davishireconstructions #framing #construction
Multi tool coping? Why is no one doing this? I usually use my grinder but forgot it at home.
Bring it down to Epoxyvillllllle🎵 (Handsfree device for this hard-to-squeeze-out epoxy. (Yes, it’s a cheap gun.) The epoxy is placed in a hole drilled in the stone to anchor the threaded rod used to fasten a new jamb for a window.)
Working with some oak effect laminate on a big unit and the grain direction is important , sheet size isn’t big enough to cover in one so we’re joining. I always use this simple jig . Using a straight flute cutter pass through both halves of the lam leaving a perfect joint .. I hope this helps 🤣 #festool #lam #oak #bespoke #laminating #carpentry #joinery #bespoketable #carpentrytips #craftmanship
Snagged this tip from @jordansmithbuilds a couple months back. Instead of putting your long screws through the hinge, which can cause problems when the painters pull the doors off to spray, put it behind the hinge. Now no matter how many times the door gets taken down, the jamb won’t be at risk of moving. • • • #keepcraftalive #moderncraftsman #carpentrytips #woodworkingtips #doorinstallation #design #construction #carpentry #buildwithintegrity #maker #builder #woodworking #craftsmanship #finishcarpentry #planning #precision #lulawcarpentry #austincarpenter #austin
“Gettin’ jiggy wit it!!”😁😁 When you’re faced with a project that requires repetitive cuts, try making a jig. Here’s an example of a jig I made for the vinyl siding. The time it takes to build the jig, you’ll easily make up in productivity. #woodworkingjigs #mapleranchhouse #carpentrytips #diytips #vinylsiding #homeremodel #homerenovation
I know I won’t get a medal for this, but I like seeing how people do things to compare/copy. ➡️10mm cuts spaced in the back at 50mm did it for this bit of curved skirting, with a slight mist on the back to help stop it snapping 👍
Carpentry tip for the day. Needing to cut tight mitres (65•) for our wainscotting up the stairs, I cut a block at 20• and then am able to set my saw at the 45• detent. Pieces have to be close to final length before the last mitre is cut since it won’t clear the fence, but it works like a charm. #protip #carpentry #carpentrytips #handson #handsoncontractor #biggarrez #marchandconstruction #finishcarpentry #trimitowinit #mitrecuts #wainscotting
Sweating like a pig today. I figured I’d share my method for cutting out old baseboards. I use the Crane undercut saw. It’s the larger one which is the 825. Powerful, carbide blade, thing is an absolute predator. Anyways, I set it a hair above the floor and zip around the room. After that I pull off the baseboard with a prybar taking care not make holes in the wall. After that, all that remains is a loose sliver that you can pull out by hand or with a small flatbar bc you cut below the lowest nails on the baseboard. Easy, fast, clean and no damage to walls or floors. Give it a whirl you silly gooses. *bonus tip* you can use this saw to make the same type of plunge cuts under a door way that @drdecks posted about the other day. #trimcarpenter #outwitholdinwithnew #carpentryskills #carpentrytips #remodel #renovation #kindahotintheserhinos
Ask the Guru Sunday!! Hope everyone is having a good day, I’m just cleaning up the shop today, feels good!! Any project, building, woodworking, Carpentry, Best materials and practices questions you have put them in the comments and I’ll answer them!!👍🏻 #asktheguru #buildingguru #woodworkingtips #carpentrytips #buildingmaterials #tipsandtricks #construction #learning #sharing #design #buildingscience #watermanagement #diy #maker #builditright #makeitright #knowledgeispower #tools #toolofthetrade
Happy Monday!! Here’s a little tip when using dominos. Instead of making a much larger mortise than needed to give you some wiggle room, I like to take the ridge off the edge of the domino and this gives you just enough wiggle room!!👍🏻 #woodworkingtips #tipsandtricks #buildingguru #dominos #woodwork_feature #carpentry_focus #carpentrytips #sander #benchtop #glueup #makeitbetter #building #woodworking #wood #howto
Hey everyone!! It’s Q&A Sunday, if you have any questions or need some assistance on a project, want to know about different products and materials, best Building practices, etc leave a comment and I’ll answer it for you. This picture I took in Egypt, I like the beauty and simplicity of this building!!👍🏻 #woodworkingtips #carpentrytips #buildingscience #questionsandanswers #materials #buildingguru #learning #knowledgeispower #tipsandtricks #improving #skills #carpentry_focus #woodwork_feature #tradesecrets
#tbt We needed 2 12” sidelights to match this French door that I got from @homedepot . There was no time to wait for a custom door to be made so I ripped a 24” glass door in half with my track saw, and biscuited new sides onto it. A few passes through the drum sander at the shop and you would never know! When the jobs on a deadline you use what you can get right away! Anyone else ever do this with a glass door? Thank you @macklinstagram for your help! #make #maker #carpentry #carpentrytips #makita #millwork #remodel
Hand Tool Thursday!! Here’s a look at a vernier protractor by Fowler. With an accuracy of 8/100th of a degree or 5 minutes you can dial in any angle very accurately. This is an excellent tool to have and will definitely increase the accuracy of your work!!👍🏻 #tricksofthetrade #buildingguru #carpentrytips #protractor #angles #setup #machines #accurate #precision #woodworkingtips #woodworking
This kitchen crown molding was for a customer of my father’s. (They reminded me that I installed the wainscoting in their foyer when I was 16.) The kitchen was designed by a good friend @athertondesign. After attaching a baseboard profile upside down at the top of the upper cabinets to create a frieze, the crown is installed. The ceiling was typically wacky but interestingly, the angle that the crown tilted away from vertical (the spring angle) was 35 degrees. All crown I have encountered to this point has a spring angle of 38 or 45 degrees. I found the angle of the corner to be 91 degrees with my @starrett_tools protractor. I entered that into my construction master calculator app and found the miter and bevel settings for the miter saw. I cut the left side face up and without changing the saw settings, cut the right side face down. The right side was a small piece so I glued it onto the longer one with @fastcapllc 2P-10 glue before nailing it up. #crownmolding #carpentry #trim #kitchen #moldings #mathneverlies #hitachipowertoolsusa #fastcap #2P -10#calculatedindustries #woodworking #powertools #carpentrytips #starrett_tools @worksmarternotharderig
Another Tuesday tip from #jlclive Clinic Instructors @peter_heard and @mike_guertin #Repost @peter_heard ・・・ Good Tuesday Morning! Another week- another tiny tip. Check this one out and see if it helps! #tinytiptuesday #tips #tricks #hacks #carpentrytips #carpentrytricks #carpenterhacks #carpentryhacks #work #build #innovate #design #craft #keepcraftalive #magnets #rareearthmagnets #mike_guertin #peter_heard @mike_guertin #jlclive
2nd method to ripping a piece in half at 45 degrees. I prefer this for more accuracy. Look for 3rd preview where I make the cut. See full video by clicking link in bio!
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