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    My first video shop tour

    Well I thought I would post this even though there is no audio. I changed my mind at as I started to record. I was playing with the video cam on my Android phone.

    Enjoy.


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    thanx for sharing
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    looks better now than when i was there..
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    Very good. Found myself wanting to move the camera around to get a better look at some things.

    You sure got dust collection sorted out well.

    Now whats the next project? Shops looking to clean and tidy

    Where u hiding your mortiser? I thought u had a bench mortiser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    looks better now than when i was there..
    Yea I've done a few improvements since your visit. Still the same layout just looks nicer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Very good. Found myself wanting to move the camera around to get a better look at some things.

    You sure got dust collection sorted out well.

    Now whats the next project? Shops looking to clean and tidy

    Where u hiding your mortiser? I thought u had a bench mortiser.

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    Let me know what you want to see Rob. Maybe I'll do another video with some commentary.

    I don't own a bench top mortiser like you might be thinking about from delta or jet or one of the others. What I have is the horizontal slot mortiser and the pantorouter that I built from plans from Woodgears.ca.

    Here is a sneek peek into my next project. It's for Norma and she has picked the materials. Brazilian Tulip wood and walnut with an oil finish.
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    I'm also working on the designs for the night tables to go with the bed and a cherry tv console for the living room.

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    Great tour! Maybe redo with some audio. Might help us understand some of the placings and how/where you use certain tools. I might have to do a video tour of my shop. Hmmmmm Jim.
    Last edited by Jim O'Dell; 12-16-2012 at 06:16 PM. Reason: edit: help us understand, not help use
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