I’ve been posting these pictures everywhere, so chances are you’ve already seen them. But maybe you haven’t.
So I’m trying to finish up my lumber cubbyhole, specifically the scrap wood drawer.
I’m having a discussion on the Lumberjocks Forum about a problem I’m having with a box joint blade set. It’s cutting a kerf narrower than 1/4”, even though I swear it didn’t do that before. And I have the same problem with an almost-brand-new Dado set that should cut a 1/4” kerf when only the outside blades are used.
So I’ve decided what I’m going to do next. I’m going to split time between editing the footage from the first Powered Up project, and starting what is actually the third Powered Up project, the Benchtop Router Table.
I finally hung up my tools. Not like I’m quitting - I actually hung them up… on the pegboard. But you already knew that, in spite of my poor attempt at being clever. 😏
I spent the day finishing up my new video. It’s uploading right now. I’ll be back to normal blogging tomorrow.
NOTE: This post is intentionally long, to give you some feel for how many details there are in some seemingly simple tasks. If you don’t want to wade through everything, just scroll to the bottom to see the results. But you’ll be missing out on all the fun!
Short post today. Things took longer than I’d hoped, but here we are:
I finally got the hinges on, at least enough to show whether the doors are the right size or not (they are):
I’m not sure if this is a review of a portion of Steve Ramsey’s “Powered Up” online course, or a rant from someone who’s just frustrated. Also, to be clear, Steve is a better YouTuber than I’ll ever hope to be, but that doesn’t mean I can’t criticize, right? I mean, I’d criticize myself in the exact same way, so why cut Steve some slack?
So what happened yesterday, and why didn’t I post about it? By the time the day was done, I was worn out and just wanted to go to sleep, and start over fresh, today.
Yes, this is a post saying there isn’t a post. I’ll explain why in the next post, which will hopefully be tomorrow.
Got lots of good work done today. It’s starting to look an awful lot like a cabinet!
Yes, “stuff” happens, and it happened a lot today.