The builder introduces a project commissioned by a client, who wants his media cabinet painted rather than stained. The host explains that the fact that the cabinet will be painted introduces an “I can do that!” factor to the project, making it appropriate for intermediate woodworkers who are still developing their skills.
This video illustrates the casework assembly for the media cabinet. The builder states that the process is a matter of artfully combining screws, glue and brad nails.
With the casework finished, this video highlights the preparation and installation of the main face frame.
Barry O’Brien produced this video for BobVila.com as a guide for a homeowner wanting to install his own wood floor.
The makers of this video are laying a floor of wide planks that have foam cushioning on the back and an adhesive along the tongue and groove sides.
Philip Bloom is a filmmaker who discovered Michigan’s Great Lakes Boat Building Company while on vacation at the Great Lakes.
David Marks operates a woodworking school in California, where he teaches a variety of techniques including bowl turning. In this episode, he selects a cube of olive wood from which he will liberate a wooden bowl.
Confident that he has made a valid choice regarding dovetail orientation, the builder is ready to begin cutting the dovetails and pins in this episode.
This episode how to build tool chest first addresses the dovetails that the builder specified in his case design.
The builder explains that the sides of the case are stepped rather than square, and so require a few extra steps.