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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-03-2015, 09:30 AM Thread Starter
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Wink This is nuts. Take a look.

I saw this on Jays Custom Creations. It is really nuts so I liked it.



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Think I'll stick with metal nuts n bolts. Good job done there tho'.

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Thanks for posting, good video. He makes it look so easy. There are a lot of other good elements shown here besides the threading.

Recently we had some questions on Baltic Birch, this shows true Baltic birch in action.

also some questions on cutting holes and circles with routers, this shows some good ways to do that too.

Another is how to make an adjustable jig for different height operations.

How to transfer holes from one piece to another.

A good example of watching videos to learn the basic techniques of woodworking.

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That young man joined here this year . I don't think he's been active on the forum though
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That young man joined here this year . I don't think he's been active on the forum though
I always enjoy his videos .

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That young man joined here this year . I don't think he's been active on the forum though
Fascinating work. I hope he participates here.

It seems I never finish what I
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Ingenious ! There are commercial devices available in the woodturning supply world but they are expensive. I learned to make threads on the lathe using threading tools but it's easy to screw up.
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I like his jig making mind, clever. N
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