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Workshop Hacks # 7 - Woodworking Tips and Tricks

Today I was in the middle of another project when I realized that I had just used at least 3 little workshop tricks that I should share with everyone so rather than write them down and do them later, best I do them right now while I still have the machines at still somewhat set up for them.

Watch it on Youtube: https://youtu.be/J1PSJtPNHBw

The first 2 are on the drill press ... you could use a corded or cordless drill for the same, but if you have a drill press, this hack is better done with a bit more control on a drill press ...

Quick Workshop Hacks Part 6 - Woodworking Tips and Tricks

Many of the tips and tricks I have been using for so long now, I forget that other people, especially new woodworkers haven't always seen them yet and are still learning the art of woodworking and all the tips and tricks that go along with it. 

Watch it on Youtube: https://youtu.be/Bw5YV1eCoeA

And first up today is dealing with sticky lids. The real problem for me is that sometimes I have some sort of a finishing product that I purchase, but I only use it once every ?? many months, or sometimes it might even be years between uses. In the meantime, any residue that invariably gets onto either the lid and or the base of the container ...

Stop Slippery Wood Glue Ups: 5 Quick Gluing Hacks

Wood gets slippery when glue is applied to it and sometimes trying to tame a wet slippery wood glue up can be messy and frustrating. The best way to tackle this problem is to assume every glue up will be slippery ... and almost all of them are, and prepare the wood in advance to prevent it from sliding out of place on you with several techniques.

Watch it on Youtube: https://youtu.be/AA3TviThJW4

The first thing to think about in helping to prevent slipper glue-ups is ...  What is my margin of error? that means, do you have any extra wood on your glue up that is going to need to be cut off later and where exactly is that wood. Once you know this you can use any one of a few different anti-slip ideas ...

Quick Workshop Hacks Part 5: Woodworking Tips and Tricks

Sometimes it's a good thing that I never seem to throw anything away, other times ... well. But for now, salvaging an old plastic spring clamp that didn't work as a clamp anymore and re-purpose it to make it into a hose clamp for my dust collection system that works like a speed clamp now and makes moving 4-inch hoses from one machine to another a quick and easy task.

Watch it on Youtube: https://youtu.be/h3jhXoOtfic

 I did take a small bit of ingenuity to take specialty dust collection hose clamp and adapt it to a spring clamp ... a broken spring clamp, but the finished product works like a charm ...