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I made this groovy Pocket Hole Lamp using my Kreg R3 Pocket Hole Jig. Its made from nicely figured cedar and contains 33 pocket holes that let the light shine through. See below for links to my pocket hole lamp pattern with instructions, as well as a link to the lamp kit I purchased from Lowes.\r
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For this weeks woodworking project Im building a Rustic Cooler Box from used Pallets. The project was a lot of fun to do and pretty simple! By just using some old Pallets that were free I was able to build something that will get a lot of use. Plus, by using the Pallets I think it turned out really cool looking! Much better than just buying some new wood and building this cooler box.\r
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How to build a Moxon Vise on the Cheap, in this Woodworking project video we are going to learn how to make a Moxon Vise, this project would also be easy for a beginner in woodworking to make.\r
We will go through the steps to build the Moxon Vise and as well as learn some woodworking techniques like using a chisel.\r
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0:00 Todays Woodworking project is this cheap and easy Moxon bench vise that you can knock out in no time at all.\r
Todays woodworking project is this moxon style bench vise this is a great little vise pretty cheap to make it cost me $27 – $28 for all the parts not including the wood for the wood I just used some hardwood I had lying around some Australian Brush box but you could use anything just get some plywood laminate it together it will cost you nothing even just some 2 x 6 boards would be fine as well there a couple of little cheap options its better than selling your kidney for those standard moxon vice bench vise kits that you get around the place nice little simple handles that you can turn on pretty fast its quiet sturdy when something is in there its staying in there so Im quiet happy with this little project.\r
All you need for this project is some wood some washers some bolts some nuts and some threaded rod.\r
The piece of wood I have picked it does have a cup in it so what Im going to do is use my hand plane just to get it out.\r
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For the bolts I am using 3/4 threaded rod so Ive drilled the hole there but I havent gone all the way through what Im going to do is just use the point of the forstner bit and just to finish all the way through and then Im going to come at it from the other side with a bigger forstner bit which is going to mount the bolt that will bind these 2 together \r
Now Ive drilled out the holes so what were going to do just get our threaded rod with the bolt on the end and drop it through and you can see it just sits a little bit larger than the hole so all we will do is trace around it.\r
Using a really sharp chisel Im just going to go around and widen this hole.\r
Im just going to use my trusty little Veritas low angle block plane and Im just going to take the corners off all the inside bits on the vise just like in case there is a little bit of racking or something like that when I clamp the vise Im not going to get dents in my wood.\r
For the handles what Ive done is got the treaded rod and a friend to weld the nut on to the end of it so we can use that the same as we did in the back of the vise so I will just chisel it out and this will become the handle.\r
So I cut these out with the saw and then just did a bit of shaping on the disk sander so up with a just a nice simple shape that I like Ive just drilled a 3/4 hole here for a piece of dowel which will suit as our handle.\r
Okay now all we got to do is epoxy the threaded rod into that so what I normally do is get some kitchen grease proof paper this is also handy if you want to wrap it around the bars on your clamps and things like that when your gluing up to stop mess its good you know does not stick to anything so glue come off easy its cheap to get rid of so all you do is you just you have a A and B part you mic these 2 together in equal parts Ive gone for the 5 minute quick epoxy as well quick stir \r
Okay now Im just going to apply a little bit of finish I wasnt going to go to crazy with it what I was going to use was some of this Woodsheen which is just a mixture of I think its beeswax and Tung oil just gives nice sort of lustre and I think it will look good on the front of the vise obviously you dont put anything on the inside of the vise because you dont want that transfer to your wood WOW that looks pretty good.\r
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