KCDC presents the Skills Canada Competition videos. Each video is a demonstration of the trade in action during the Skills Canada Competition 2008, which was hosted at Stampede Park in Calgary, Alberta Canada.
OGB presents this project by Ted Elsasser, owner of http://www.SouthwestSustainableBuilders.com . This building began as two recycled shipping containers that have been set on footings. Ted’s company is building a roof structure over this thing from local timber and on south side of one of the containers will be a small greenhouse.
Moak 12 inch woodworking jointer direct drive 5hp
log slice wood art decor – woodworking
pearlescent pigment (Perlmutt Effektpigment silber fein)
Epoxy (Epoxidgießharz E45GB)
Color pigment (Farbstoff transparent)
“Protofunk” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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As you can imagine in my line of work, I spend a lot of time helping new woodworkers solve problems. This gives me a unique perspective on the potential stumble point that most woodworkers will experience. Eventually, these things become woodworking common sense but until that time, I consider it woodworking not-so-common sense. So here are five tips that most woodworkers eventually figure out on their own.
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Finishing expert Bruce Johnson shows Kevin some tips for staining unfinished furniture and together they finish the table Tom built. Bruce shows how to use wood conditioner, stain, and polyurethane to finish the piece.
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Oil-based finishes are typically the first type of finish we confront as woodworkers, be it straight oil or a can polyurethane. Although they are all derived from oil, these finishes can vary widely in terms of application method, durability, and maintenance. The key to understanding these finishes is to understand their ingredients. With that foundation in your tool belt, you can start looking at ingredients lists instead of brand names and labels, and youll know exactly what to expect from the finish. Since this is a live session, we have a bunch of viewer questions in the video as well.
* What is oil?
* What is varnish?
* What is the relationship between varnish and polyurethane?
* The relative durability of oils, varnishes, and oil/varnish blends.
* How to see past marketing jargon.
* Why I like Arm-R-Seal.
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