Christopher

  • Watching this video made me think that if you were to do a bloopers video of over the past years not only would it make us have a good laugh but it also would let the viewers know that your just like us, that the […]

  • Im also curious as to why the veneer verses just solid wood. The only thing I can think of would be for movement but using QSWO I would think that movement would be very minimum . Maybe for the joinery on the […]

  • Paul,
    I didn’t notice when you cut the first line of the dado for the back , would that be the back line ? And is that So as to keep everything square. The front line of the dado was taken from each individual […]

  • Where do you buy this plastic from?
    Thanks

  • Hey Jim,
    Woodcraft.com has two different sizes of the Formax green Aluminum/ chromonium oxide honing compound. I bought the large bar four years ago and I’m positive that bar will last me a lifetime. It’s .5 […]

  • yea for me about two years worth. lol
    I’m sorry for this comment Paul but I couldn’t resist a good laugh.

  • Mark, I’ve been wondering why that blank spot was there. Y’all must have worked on that site a while back cause it hasn’t always been there. I think y’all took some of the older stuff and put it on YouTube or […]

  • Another Beautiful Piece from Mr Paul Sellers. Thanks again cant wait to build me on. Paul can you put some type of Oil base finish on before your shellac . Since I’ll be using all quartersawn material I want […]

  • You know Tom I thought for sure because that I cut the tip completely off that I would at the least it would have a flat spot on the tip of my finger but It grew back so fast and so complete that I cant even tell which finger it was anymore.
    It never ceases to amaze me just how magical our bodies are when it comes to healing. I will say this…[Read more]

  • Thanks Ivan,
    I get that part using the chisel after you have already used the saw to cut the shoulders. My problem in this case was that my measurement had gotten off somehow…. and after I had cleaned up the […]

  • Hello ,
    I have a question concerning my tenons. One of my aprons is almost not quite a 1/32″ longer than the other after I’ve cut the shoulders for my tenons. and its allowing a gap in the joint. How do you […]

  • Hello Ehisey,
    This is true, but If your building say a Cabriole leg the grain will follow the shape of the leg by using Rift Sawn verses Plain Sawn. If you use Plain Sawn for this type of leg your curves will go […]

  • Thanks Paul for answering all those questions. You know in reference to the first table in your series projects there were tons of information in that video about different subjects . If it’s the project I […]

  • Hey Steve, remarkably it’s healed up good. I was surprised that much skin grew back. Even that or I’m part Lizard lol.

  • Twice, That had to hurt the second time. lol. I guess it was all healed up when you did it the second time cause I know I haven’t let a knife get even close to that finger since. If I would just stop bumping it to things I would be much better. Ha ha. But it is healing really good, and fast. I thought for sure It wasn’t going to heal because of…[Read more]

  • Or you could just buy one that’s not broke. There a dime a dozen. And then get to using it asap. I just had one come apart three days ago on a Beautiful # 5 1/2 It was all original but like yours the handle had been glued back after Im sure the plane was dropped. Even though they did a great job at gluing it back it still snapped on me so I just…[Read more]

  • Hello Julio, Its none of my business for sure and please forgive me if I’m out of place here but I just wanted to say this. I’ve tried all of it and what I have found out is using Paul’s method Its faster, Sharper, The edge last longer and with the chisels you can do so much more than with a straight bevel even with a secondary bevel. The Macro…[Read more]

  • That’s good to hear, actually I have an appointment today with a hand specialist for my Dupytrans syndrome, funny uh. And Bob I have already bumped it into everything but the kitchen sink so far so that was funny. After I stopped the bleeding last night I went back to work and after about an hour went by I bumped it into the wall and almost never…[Read more]

  • Today was a good day for woodworking. It seemed as if everything was going perfect. So who would have thought in the wake of making a cabinet to house my Guitar spruce tops, Exotic Sides and Backs that I would end up loosing 1/8″ of my Finger.

    Nope, not the Power tools. They were not the culprit on this one. In fact this is my very first mishap…[Read more]

  • Today was a good day for woodworking. It seemed as if everything was going perfect. So who would have thought in the wake of making a cabinet to house my Guitar spruce tops, Exotic Sides and Backs that I would end up loosing 1/8″ of my Finger.

    Nope, not the Power tools. They were not the culprit on this one. In fact this is my very first mishap…[Read more]

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