Welcome to The Newbie Woodworker

My main focus is on newbies, but I also have a lot of content that may be more useful to the seasoned woodworker. So whether you’re just starting out, or you’ve been doing this for a while, take a look around.

Notes:

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Blog Posts - Page 6 of 6

Planning, & SketchUp Tips - Powered Up! Shop Cabinet: Day 3.1

  • 3 min read

Yes, I’m still tweaking the SketchUp model for this project. First of all, I’m extremely anal when it comes to stuff like this. For instance, a while ago I made Baltic Birch textures, including the end grain, running both vertically and horizontally. If you want to download them, let me know because I’ve got updated textures I haven’t uploaded to 3D Warehouse.

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Cross Cut Sleds: Why I only use one runner

  • 3 min read

One of my viewers asked a question on one of my videos, and I had trouble answering it. By the time I was done writing a reply, it turned into a novel, so I thought I’d turn it into a blog post. It might even turn into a future video.

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YouTube Thumbs Down

  • ~1 min read

I’ll never understand why some people give a YouTube video a “thumbs downwithout leaving a comment explaining why.

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The Saga of My Brad Point Drill Bit Set

  • 5 min read

This is the saga of my trying to buy a decent Brad Point drill bet set. Eventually, I ended up with a fairly decent set of bits. But it didn’t start out that way. Let me tell you the story…

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Welcome

  • ~1 min read

Welcome to my new website. This is a place for me to post additional information, when it won’t all fit into a video. Or possibly even post plans, at some point in the future.

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