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34 Ingenious Intelligent Secrets & Tips That Work Extremely Well. Valued woodworking Tricks & Hacks

  • Published on Sep 30, 2023 veröffentlicht
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    I will introduce 34Hacks that are useful for woodworking that I use on a daily basis.
    I develop various instruments and tools.
    Click here for the plan
    0:00 【No.1 Center marker】
    0:14【No.2 Screw marker】
    0:50【No.3 Clip stopper】
    1:27【No.4 measure the diameter of a cylinder】
    1:54【No.5 Eliminate clogging of the sander】
    2:27【No.6 Circular saw dust collection】
    3:55【No.7 Trimmer stability guide 1】
    4:47【No.8 Router table】
    5:19【No.9 Trimmer stability guide 2】
    6:25【No.10 Hack of a used cruet】
    7:04【No.11 Hack with a rubber band 1】
    7:40【No.12 Hack with Cat Repellent】
    8:18【No.13 Reuse stuck brushes】
    9:11【No.14 Hack with a rubber band 2】
    9:52【No.15 Hexagonal hole jig】
    10:56【No.16 Screw knob 1】
    11:42【No.17 Screw knob 2】
    12:32【No.18 Screw knob 3】
    13:01【No.19 Make a screw hole】
    13:40【No.20 Electric caulking gun】
    14:43【No.21 Fill screw holes】
    15:31【No.22 Saw handle for dowels】
    16:04【No.23 Hole saw sander】
    16:47【No.24 Eliminate jigsaw roughness 1】
    17:14【No.25 Eliminate jigsaw roughness 2】
    18:21【No.26 Make a round bar】
    19:22【No.27 Sandpaper cutter】
    19:48【No.28 Don't throw away your bike's brake handle】
    21:37【No.29 Simple sandblaster】
    23:04【No.30 Change jigsaw to sander】
    24:49【No.31 Simple wire bender】
    26:00【No.32 Cyclone dust collector using trash can】
    28:49【No.33 Hack with a straw】
    29:38【No.34 Joining wooden beams】
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  • JSK-koubou
    JSK-koubou  8 months ago +334

    If you like the video, please introduce it to your friends and social media !

    • Fēn
      Fēn 8 months ago +24

      We have a whatsapp group where we discuss your jigs. 🤣

    • Marco Marco
      Marco Marco 8 months ago +10

      @Fēn what is? can you please share?

    • 3D4U
      3D4U 8 months ago +9

      33 for the win. What an awesome idea. Can't remember how many times I've had to empty small items to clean their trays. Thanks you.

    • Secretreader
      Secretreader 8 months ago +2

      Hey JSK Koubou, what is the compound you've used @ 21:01 ? Do you have a link?

    • JSK-koubou
      JSK-koubou  8 months ago +5

      It's epoxy putty.

  • ProJob
    ProJob 8 months ago +30

    Jestem przekonany że jest to najlepszy kanał tego typu. A jakość wykonanych rzeczy jest na najwyższym poziomie. Filmy pana ogląda się z wielkim zaciekawieniem, prawie jak "ZRÓB TO SAM" Adama Słodowego. Pozdrawiam i życzę dużo nowych pomysłów.

  • Bill Parrish
    Bill Parrish 8 months ago +16

    Have used the 2nd hack for years. Very handy, quick, and cheap. Not with the screw in the end of a dowel, nothing that fancy, but just so long as it's perpendicular into any narrow scrap, so the one side of the screw's head isn't taller off of the flat surface of the scrap than the other, making the same measurement on both sides.

  • Artur A
    Artur A 9 days ago +1

    Świetne pomysły , przedstawione w przystępny sposób.

  • This is Not a Drill
    This is Not a Drill 8 months ago +66

    These videos are inspirational. You are a joy to watch. I keep saying to myself "I bought one of those, and this guy made a better one out of plywood!" I have also learned several great tips. Thank you!

  • Stan Giske
    Stan Giske 7 months ago +16

    Not only are your ideas brilliant, you take the substantial amount of time to nicely title and speed up appropriately with editing - to just the right degree. THAT is what makes watching your action packed 30 minutes infinitely better than seeing 30 seconds of a 30 minute video that is poorly (or not) edited video. Keep it up and also know that what your subscribers perhaps appreciate the most is the fact you labor significantly with the editing. Your vision for your end video is the icing on the cake - for us!

  • Ra Wa
    Ra Wa 8 months ago +8

    Genialne, Panie. 👍👍👍 Najlepszego!

  • The Dante Wolfe
    The Dante Wolfe 8 months ago +3

    I've seen some of your videos before, but this one got you a subscriber. I will dig through your videos and use the info here and in others to help myself. Especially if you did a video on that drill press. That looks awesome, and I need one!
    Edit: I am a bit surprised that you didn't show the Jig in #9 can be used to cut circles with your router, though.

    • JSK-koubou
      JSK-koubou  8 months ago +3

      thank you.
      No9 is the jig introduced in the router 11 step below.
      I didn't notice your point because I was making circle cuts in that video.
      A new focal point.
      I grow with the opinions of my viewers.

  • Barry Christie
    Barry Christie 8 months ago +3

    This is a first .... you drilled holes in a bottle and they weren't on a perfect grid ... now I know the world is ending!!
    You sir are the kind of person the world needs more of, presenting ideas in a clear and concise manner, ideas which are actually useful ... long may it continue 👍

  • actionhomebuyers
    actionhomebuyers 6 months ago +7

    This just might have been the most valuable 30 minutes I’ll invest in this year!
    Concise, useful, inexpensive ideas presented quickly and in an easily understood way - GREAT JOB!!!

  • Bob Ibrahim
    Bob Ibrahim 8 months ago +12

    The clearest and most useful woodwork tips videos I ever watched!! Just perfect really.

  • Charlie Evergreen
    Charlie Evergreen 8 months ago +11

    Excellent video! Genuinely useful ideas that are inexpensive, easy to understand, presented with no nonsense. Thank you so much. Your thought process for creating the items you need is inspiring.
    Edit: Several of these are so good that I want to list my favorites, but can’t choose. That’s how many good ideas there are here. Impressive.

    • Сергій Грозний
      Сергій Грозний 7 months ago +1

      Прості але цікаві рішення не вкладаючи великих коштів,чекаю продовження і нових ідей!

  • MrDaneBrammage
    MrDaneBrammage 8 months ago +22

    A small improvement for the hexagonal hole jig would be a depth stop or indicator line to ensure the hole is deep enough for the bolt head.

    • ogre lg
      ogre lg 5 months ago +3

      еще одно маленькое улучшение - сделать круглую дырку и забить туда гайку

  • Courchaine
    Courchaine 8 months ago +7

    34 hacks and not a single dumb one, thats quite impressive! knew some of them but also learned some stuff that will be useful to me in the future =) a++ work on all aspects of the video!

  • Future Eon
    Future Eon 4 months ago +1

    👏🔧 Your videos are a treasure trove of valuable woodworking tricks and hacks! As an experienced engineer myself, I greatly appreciate the clear and concise instructions you provide. Your focus on delivering information without unnecessary embellishments is commendable, ensuring that viewers can grasp the concepts easily. The step-by-step explanations and detailed demonstrations truly showcase your expertise. I've been a loyal follower for a while now, and I must say, your work consistently delivers value. Keep up the excellent work, and I eagerly anticipate more ingenious secrets and tips from you! 🙌🪵🤩

  • John Colgan
    John Colgan 8 months ago +1

    Lots of brilliant ideas & solutions, many are so simple they are often overlooked. I have plans to implement several of them!

  • Clare Nicholson
    Clare Nicholson 7 months ago +3

    Not only have you taught me how to make various pieces of equipment or tools for my studio, but you've, more importantly, taught me how to think and brainstorm alternative ways of approaching a fabrication problem. Thankyou from Australia!

  • HumansnotAI
    HumansnotAI 8 months ago +7

    You are working at genius level.
    I am in absolute awe of your skills, creativity and imagination.
    Literally, the English language fails hugely to describe how great I think you are.
    Namaste x

  • Hidden Gunman
    Hidden Gunman 8 months ago +1

    Well thought out and very well presented. Thank you for clearly showing common sense ideas that aren't all that obvious to most of us. I do appreciate that your workspace is presented as clean and tidy. Thank you.

  • slunk007
    slunk007 8 months ago +18

    A great compilation of many of the useful hacks you have introduced on the channel. Really awesome.

  • kelvin teoh
    kelvin teoh 8 months ago +2

    There are some very practical tips here which I have been holding off buying tools for. Now I don't have to spend money on some of them. I have one question though, what type of hot melt glue do you use for the tightening knobs? I've tried making some myself in the past but they didn't work because the glue lacks rigidity. Similarly for the hole filler you used to hold the bolt. Most of the time the new thread would strip under very light pressure. I tend to use epoxy but you have to apply oil to the bolt or they'll be locked when the epoxy hardens.

  • Кирьян Гуглоёбов

    Уважаемый мастер, моё Вам почтение и огромная благодарность! Всегда нахожу то, что можно почерпнуть в Ваших видео.

  • Sarah Humble Ketcher
    Sarah Humble Ketcher 4 months ago +1

    Ijust want to let you know that your videos have ignited a desire in my 8 year old daughter to become a engineer, like both of her great grandfathers. She unfortunately never got to meet them but I am a SAHM/avid DIYer and her father is a contractor. You have made the steps of our next assignments so easy to follow and understand. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

  • Andy bilak show
    Andy bilak show 8 months ago +1

    This video is a prime example of how to make do with what you have.
    However, it takes a good bit of experience to not only envision making your own tools, but the skill to make it happen. Thanks~!

  • Mahir Yuruyen
    Mahir Yuruyen 5 months ago +2

    You really do great work, I appreciate it. The materials you use, the way you do business, your regular and meticulous work are admirable. I'm looking forward to watching the rest of your work.

  • MrGarethGreen
    MrGarethGreen 8 months ago +19

    This was a great video!
    Most woodwork channels would have done 5 tips in 20 minutes and taken all of 2023 to show them all. Great content as always!

  • Fayik A
    Fayik A 8 months ago +12

    Очень четкий и чистоплодный мастер. Спасибо!

  • masoud ahmad
    masoud ahmad 8 months ago +1

    You really never run out of ideas man, your brilian,thanks for these simple yet great hack's

  • Amilton Jr.
    Amilton Jr. 7 months ago +2

    Sua criatividade não tem limites. Parabéns.

  • Paul Rowden
    Paul Rowden 8 months ago +1

    I just wanted to say that having endured several of these 'tips and tricks' over the years this is the first one I've saved. that's because it has a large number of really useful ideas in it, some I have seen before like the elastic band on a paint tin but many are completely new to me.

  • celso tura
    celso tura 8 months ago +1

    Eu aprecio muito seu trabalho! É fantástico...eu sou entusiasta de trabalho com madeiras ..e infelizmente machuquei seriamente meu dedo...não deixe de cuidar dos seus..eles são muito valiosos!

  • Viorsa
    Viorsa 8 months ago +4

    Excelente recopilación de buena información, la inspiración y la creatividad elevadas al máximo nivel, un vídeo muy largo para mí gusto, quedaría mejor dividido en dos, pero solo es mi umilde opinión gracias por compartir sus conocimientos y experiencias, un saludo cordial y por supuesto un gran like desde Narón (Galicia) 👍🤓😜

  • StamD65
    StamD65 8 months ago +2

    Extraordinary work and ideas. Can You please tell me which aluminium profiles You use? Also, what about the rubber end support bolts? From which company You buy them?

  • João Mendes
    João Mendes 2 months ago

    Muito inteligente! Soluções muito criativas para problemas normais e que podem ser adaptados a outras situações...

  • Steve Silva
    Steve Silva 8 months ago +1

    I am a retired mechanical engineer and "home-shop" inventor. I have found your channel to be the best source of useful techniques for small home shop work. Very impressed with the quality of your designs and the Clip-Share presentations.

  • Eric Rudawski
    Eric Rudawski 8 months ago +1

    Really appreciate all your work. Thank you!

  • Keith Olson
    Keith Olson 8 months ago +1

    Nice! Some thoughts:
    1. #2 (0:14): If you chuck the screw in a drill and then hold the head flat against sandpaper/etc., the edge of the head will become sharp, leaving an even better line.
    2. #3 (0:50): A bit of cork/rubber/etc. between the clip and the ruler will help hold the former in place better.
    3: #6 (2:27): Instead of drilling a lot of holes, you can cut a series of slots with a Dremel. That will both catch more sawdust--as the slot will be *much* narrower than holes--and save a *LOT* of time. (Make sure that the exhaust slots/holes are greater in area than the input for maximum efficiency.)
    4. #15 (9:52): If you drill out the cutting end, you will have more empty space for the cut wood fibers, so you won't have to repeat the cut/clean process when making deeper holes.

  • Baron von Limbourgh
    Baron von Limbourgh 8 months ago +16

    Some very creative solutions here, a lot of stuff you wouldn't really think of as when facing a particular issue.
    Very inspirational! Thanks

  • V Junior
    V Junior 8 months ago +1

    The dust collector on the circular saw was amazing!

  • Quentin Reid
    Quentin Reid 8 months ago +1

    WOW my mind was absolutely blown by no.26. From the various methods ive seen for making different dowel sizes, this is by far the simplest easiest and quickest way ive seen. No.20 was also pretty clever. I was skeptical at first like "whats wrong with a caulking gun?". Then l i remembered that unless you have a really nice gun, it can be very hard on your hands if theres a lot of caulking to do or the material is especially thick and hard to push. There were a fair few other helpful ones i have to remember but those two really stuck out to me.

  • Ess Enn
    Ess Enn 7 months ago +2

    Koubou-san I hope you can make a lot of Yen from these videos, if not patents. I love your simple techniques. It has been wonderful to see what you have shared with us. Many thanks

  • Sharon Stroud
    Sharon Stroud 7 months ago

    Just ran across this video while scrolling and I am amazed at your wonderful tips. Just retired and decided to try my hand at woodwork and you have taught this old lady quite a few tricks! I will continue to follow you. Thanks!

  • MacGivre
    MacGivre 8 months ago +8

    Trop trop bien ! Pleins d'astuces que je n'avais encore jamais vu ailleurs et la plupart réalisables sans outils particuliers.

  • poo pants
    poo pants 7 months ago

    I've said it many times so I'll say it again, this guy is a bloody genius in my opinion. Amazing, simple ideas that the average man can achieve. Awesome work Sir, well done! 👍

  • CarlosGlatzos976
    CarlosGlatzos976 7 months ago

    Can not choose the one favourite trick because they all are awesome and you are a hell of a very skilled precision woodworking wizard! The straw-trick was the thing I could not imagine existed! Always wanted to get rid of sawdust out of the screw drawers. Used a strong magnet in cotton bag in the past but then every screw got magnetized. Brilliant! Thanks a lot.

  • Richie Tyndall
    Richie Tyndall 7 months ago

    I have watched many videos on tips but this channel beats them all hands down. Brilliant ideas. No nonsense instruction. Beautiful workshop.

  • aethalops alecto
    aethalops alecto 8 months ago +1

    These are some of the best tips I've ever seen. Thanks so much!

  • Željko Grgić privatno

    I always loved watching your videos - and now finally subscribed!
    I wish you all the best and thank you for sharing these marvels of technics and woodwork with us! 🙋🏼‍♂️

  • R. Cake
    R. Cake 8 months ago +52

    Some excellent ideas, clearly presented. Not all the items you are using are available here, but still great inspiration 😊

    • Ronaldo Ball
      Ronaldo Ball 8 months ago +3

      Scale it to what's available in your region and offer / request alternatives .

    • cortedemico faqU
      cortedemico faqU 8 months ago +3

      @Ronaldo Ball yeah. i saw the garden punji sticks and thought "nails through materiel. OK."
      i ain't ever seen this product before... oh, well.
      witness and overcome.
      the whole point of this seems to be "get creative and solve a problem."

    • Anzori Krikheli
      Anzori Krikheli 7 months ago

      @Ronaldo Ball ლ

  • Lutfi O
    Lutfi O 8 months ago +1

    The most important question for me is "HOW DO YOU CLEAN YOUR TOOLS?" They are extremely clean for a woodworking environment.

  • Обо всём
    Обо всём 8 months ago +1

    Всегда приятно смотреть ваши видео!👍🏻

  • José Veloso
    José Veloso 5 months ago +2

    Ideias muito boas e bem práticoas.

  • Wally Weener
    Wally Weener 8 months ago +1

    Fantastic ideas and great job on the video!

  • Brian Lawson
    Brian Lawson 5 months ago

    You are a genius, without question. As a metal worker, I'm captivated by your skill in your craft. I'm ready for a change to wood working, with the confidence you give me.

  • flatlinesup
    flatlinesup 8 months ago +11

    Good content, well filmed. Great, concise instruction. Easy to follow. Thank you for sharing.

  • ben
    ben 3 months ago

    Very practical and well thought out videos. Love your tips! Will be watching more

  • Christopher Lewis
    Christopher Lewis 8 months ago +1

    Thank you. Some of these hacks are very clever and I hadn't seen them before.

  • Валерий Изварин

    Столько полезного в одном видео. Спасибо , добрый человек!

  • Santiago Hidalgo
    Santiago Hidalgo 8 months ago +1

    Felicitaciones por habilidad de construir herramientas de alta calidad .Eres un gran talento. Gracias por compartir tu creatividad

  • Humberto Freitas
    Humberto Freitas 5 months ago


  • Mathieu Cruzel
    Mathieu Cruzel 8 months ago +45

    There are so many useful tricks in there ! Some I already knew but the straw hose at the end blew me away, so clever !

  • Гадик Петрович
    Гадик Петрович 8 months ago +33

    Мастеру огромное благодарю, от всей души спасибо! Мне кажется что это самая полезная подборка ПОЛЕЗНЕЙШИХ ЛАЙФХАКОВ! 👍👍👍👍

  • vidarvaggen
    vidarvaggen 3 months ago

    So clever, so beatifully executed, and so clearly presented. JSK is the next level. He reminds me a bit of my uncle. He doesn’t speak unnecessarily, he thinks, and he makes solutions, and they always work. I want to be like that.

  • Алексей Можаев

    Очень хорошая подборка интересных приёмов работы и приспособлений. Многие из них в новинку. Автору спасибо.

  • Markus
    Markus 8 months ago +1

    There are some really genious yet simple ideas. Thanks!

  • Andrew Ragos Landstad
    Andrew Ragos Landstad 3 months ago

    There is a really short way to improve what we work with. We just miss it most often. This Awesome Craftman got the ideas. And is using what he have. Best video I have seen this year. Thank you for showing us the vital part. We can improve most things with what we already have. Bottles, sticks, drills and so on.

  • Mario Moreno
    Mario Moreno 8 months ago +6

    Gracias maestro por toda esa sabiduria, que Dios te siga dando cada dia mas y mas, que Dios te bendiga por compartirla con todos nosotros¡

  • Mike Martin
    Mike Martin Month ago

    This has to be the best video on woodworking tips I’ve seen, useful, no time wasting on the videos, I hate watching a video that repeats every repeated action instead of showing how to start the first & second action and then moved to the next step. Well done, great job.

  • Black Wolf
    Black Wolf 7 months ago

    Quanta inteligência para uma pessoa só, vc é escolhido por Deus, muito obrigado por passar seus conhecimentos de grandíssimo valor para todos nós!🙏🙏🙏

  • Reginado Menezes
    Reginado Menezes 8 months ago

    Sou Brasileiro um administrador dos seus projetos e trabalho com ferramentas máquinas na marcenaria interessante seus projetos aprendo dados os dias parabéns obrigado JSK-kOUbOU.

  • Rodrigo Dobrasil
    Rodrigo Dobrasil 8 months ago

    This is so funny to see you presenting some "shity" tricks because your version of them is not bad at all. They are always made with old things, in a poorly way, at a disgusting place by dirty hands.
    You are just proving that making things simple does not mean to do it bad.
    Once again you have raise the level way above the standard.
    Domo Arigato Sensei.

  • Dark Factory
    Dark Factory 8 months ago

    Damnit, I'm also a maker, but your videos still give me goosebumps and shivers, maybe it's the way you work, maybe the way you're workshop is clean and organized, maybe just the silence and tools noise.. I'm not sure, but it's a thrill to watch. Keep on, Mr. Jisaku, you're a true master! 😉 👍

  • Puma Latsche
    Puma Latsche 8 months ago +3

    Ah, nice, mate! Definitely going to use some of these tricks. And I'm looking forward to more videos like that!

  • Oficina
    Oficina 8 months ago

    Criatividade e habilidade como diferencial. GanhaBéns.

  • tttm99
    tttm99 5 months ago

    Every idea is simple and practical. One of the best unnarrated how-tos I've seen on the platform.

  • Antonio Reinaldo de Lima Reinaldo de Lima

    Vc é fora de sério mesmo parabéns meu jovem que Deus abençoe sempre vc 🇧🇷💯👏👍

  • MD1
    MD1 8 months ago

    At 3:13 How did you make this slide? It's very practical 😍

    • JSK-koubou
      JSK-koubou  8 months ago


  • Bob Howie
    Bob Howie 7 months ago

    For the sawdust collector, I did something similar using a circular Vanish container but put an old sock over the holes to stop the dust falling out, the good thing is the sock can be removed and washed out.

  • Richard Hayes
    Richard Hayes 8 months ago +7

    I always find your videos informative and entertaining. So many great ideas here. Thank you.

  • Dimi K
    Dimi K 8 months ago

    This guy is good! So many how-to videos are a waste of time. Not here. I give him an 8.5 out of 10, and I'm not easily impressed. Such Japanese ingenuity. Concise and to-the-point with no stupid music. Surprised he hasn't used super glue (yet). Resourceful people rock! Liked and subscribed.

  • kyfho47
    kyfho47 8 months ago

    I have watched many "Tips and Tricks" videos over the years. These are far better than any I have seen before.
    Excellent quality video and many actually useful tricks.
    You've earned a new subscriber here.😁😁

  • acidbabydoc
    acidbabydoc 3 months ago

    I had no idea I needed so many hacks in my life. I didn't want the video to end!! ❤️❤️❤️ ありがとうございます

  • Mark Hedquist
    Mark Hedquist 8 months ago

    I've seen the full video versions of all of these with the exception of the very last one. All are fantastic, as usual. The last one, well, genius... simple, quick, easy, etc... Another great video!

  • DidnDiDo
    DidnDiDo 8 months ago

    This has practical value indeed!
    I was afraid this was like a "five minute craft" video....
    Well, look out!!! this kind of content is sought after, meaning other channels are going to get "inspired" by your work.

    • JSK-koubou
      JSK-koubou  8 months ago

      Unfortunately, viewers tend to prefer such videos.
      I am currently researching thumbnail images.

    • DidnDiDo
      DidnDiDo 8 months ago

      @JSK-koubou It's a tragedy, realy, to tend to the masses!
      I hope you find the sweet spot of popularity and quality thumbnail-wise!

  • Павел Парыгин

    Спасибо ,очень полезно и познавательно!

  • Harry Karanassos
    Harry Karanassos 8 months ago +488

    I am an engineer with forty years work-experience and so I appreciate instructions that are to the point, with no unwanted embellishments, which sometimes confuse the issue. In this department you achieved top marks. I have followed your videos for some time. I have found that you introduce the concept, you explain the design and you show the creation of each item you deal with clarity and in detail. I shall continue to follow your videos because there is value in doing so. I commend your work, as presented and all I can say at present is "Carry on with your excellent work".

  • 4everablue
    4everablue 8 months ago

    As always, it is a magnificently presented video. Well done, thank you and keep up the good work.

  • Linda Marsh
    Linda Marsh 7 months ago +1

    You had me at the first 2 tips and then you did more great things. Thank you so much! I applauded you here at home! Such great hacks for the workshop! 🇨🇦👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🧐🙏🏼

  • hemachandra i.v.
    hemachandra i.v. 4 months ago

    I really appreciate your simple but ingenious procedures. Thanks

  • Александр Лесников

    Конкретный зачёт Мастеру! Талантливо, доходчиво, быстро.

  • Frédéric PFOHL
    Frédéric PFOHL 8 months ago

    Comme d'habitude, simple mais génial
    Merci à vous de nous secouer la fabrique à bonnes idées

  • Вячеслав Журлов

    Всё гениальное - просто. Не всё простое гениально. С каждым роликом не перестаю удивляться и восхищаться смекалистости Мастера!

  • Marshall Calder
    Marshall Calder Month ago

    Been in the trades all my life so far but we’re never going to know all the hacks possible Good video. The first one : centering marking where the end result depends largely on the pilot hole drilling being parallel with the planes of the dowel rod ie. parallel thru 90deg

  • Michael Lee
    Michael Lee 7 months ago

    An extensive collection, some good ideas, lots of v/good ideas and somme that are truly unique/excellent. Once again, well done!!

  • Kane McIntyre
    Kane McIntyre 8 months ago

    Dude is a genius! Can't tell if he's time traveled back from the future with new ideas, or from the passed with old ideas inspired with new technology!
    Some of these you get the idea quick! My favorites are the ones, where at first I'm scratching my head, then all of a sudden it hits you like a stroke of genius... or in my case, a solid palm to the forehead 🤦‍♂️

  • Henry Rossouw
    Henry Rossouw 8 months ago

    A genius and artist at work.Well done Sir.

  • Miguel Angel Montesdeoca

    Ese taller suyo es toda una inspiración a la creatividad e ingenio!!
    Muchas felicitaciones, Saludos

  • Странник Странник

    Как всегда,не перестаёшь удивлять ♥

  • Al Nik
    Al Nik 8 months ago

    Превосходно. Кое-что из этого я у тебя уже видел, но много и нового. Особенно радует что все твои задумки не для вида. Ты этими приспособлениями работаешь, ты ими сразу делаешь другие вещи. То есть всё работает по настоящему.
    理想的には。 これは以前にもいくつか見たことがありますが、多くは新しいものです。 あなたのアイデアがすべて見せびらかすためのものではないことは特にうれしいことです。 これらのデバイスを使用すると、すぐに他のことを行うことができます。 したがって、すべてが実際に機能します。

  • SwitchOFF ToGettaGrip
    SwitchOFF ToGettaGrip 4 months ago

    Absolutely awesome! Thank you for sharing these straight forward tips, tricks and hacks, brilliant !