3 Easy DIY Projects You Can Make In One Day – Woodworking

3 Easy DIY Projects You Can Make In One Day – Woodworking

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I Quit My Job To Be A Woodworker: https://youtu.be/0cs7Ksqxd0U
Kids Activity Table: https://youtu.be/KxdCxg9Ti-M
Kids Activity Chair: https://youtu.be/gcaatinI7GE
Drill Charging Station with Storage: https://youtu.be/1Gxe7gBy9yE
Clamp Rack with Safety: https://youtu.be/HockRXIhfRo
Dust Collection: https://youtu.be/3YT0b8MNLT4
Dovetail Frame: https://youtu.be/j7aXeAORqqU
Farm House Table: https://youtu.be/c1F5sAgl6v8
Installing a shop air cleaner: https://youtu.be/yJHhUcjd5mw
Build a bench from a bed frame: https://youtu.be/-uR5bOge-Qw
Bench vise and dog holes: https://youtu.be/bQAp2qXBf3w


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Be Inspired with Dominic says:

Those turned out nice. I tend to do pens in batches which I think cuts down the time per pen tremendously. Apart from that, I always work on a number of projects, but they get put on hold frequently or dropped mid-process after weeks of inactivity. And I believe that I could make better progress if I would focus more. I also spend way too much time trying to improve my shop, which seems to be a neverending task… Tu put those changes into reality, though, will be tough. Thanks for sharing, Shawn, and have a merry Christmas!

G. A. B. says:

Always wanted the atlas framing rig .. so freaking cool with all the diff attachments you can attach , and the way the hammer is held in place

Epiphany Woodworks says:

Shawn, I thought you got the Turncrafter lathe a while back, and now I see you turning this pen on a Jet lathe. What's up? I was thinking about getting one of those Turncrafters…

Curtis McMinn says:

Shawn I really appreciate your thoughts. I struggle with time management as well! Good video as always

Wayward Woodworker says:

Nice little projects. And good exercise in developing your time management skills. That's kind of like working on your business while you're working in your business. Quick question if you see this: how did you decide the distance between your router bit opening and the track that runs parallel to your router fence? I have my fence tracks in but it just occurred to me that I have no idea where to locate the perpendicular track. I'm sure if I thought about it enough, it would come to me but since you've done it… I'm working on my "asking for help once in a while" skill set. Ha Merry Christmas and thanks for your videos.

Craig Pereira says:

I find it hard working on multiple projects as i have a single car garage but i was working on 3 at the same time. Some picture frames from recycled oregan pine floor boarda which turn out great. While the glue was drying on those i was also making some stands for a client . Time management is a challenge in small shop. Like you vest but here in South Africa very difficult to get hold of.

Vincent Alex Vigil says:

Shawn, I really appreciate the way you share your thoughts and ideas. As someone who is new to woodworking, it really inspires me to see what my possibilities are. I thank you again for taking the time to put out your videos and sharing. Merry Christmas to you and your family and Happy New Year!

Street Freaks Racing Videos says:

Man you could follow me around for a day to see what not to do lol. Enjoyed the video, thank you.

Bill Perkins says:

The key to time management is meticulous planning. I am a time study freak, always looking to save seconds on repetitive tasks. That's how I make my money – beating the competition by wirking smarter not harder

Mike Carr says:

great video, but the stand out detail for me was that setup on the drill press with the vacuum. can you give us a quick rundown of how that's attached? maybe a quick shop tip video?

Thom spillane says:

Very cool projects and this is something I struggle with also. While I like working on at least two projects at a time and mainly started because of down time ie. glue ups, finish drying etc. but doing it effectively and efficient that’s where I need to improve. Awesome video kinda a four for one video lol

Jp's Custom Woodworking says:

Great projects Shawn! They all turned out very nice' Thanks for sharing them with us.😎👍JP

Wayne Phillips says:

Great video! As others have mentioned time management is needed in my shop. It's really easy to get scattered and lose focus.

lyle gordon says:

I pretty much have to have 3 or 4 projects going on at once. I thrive in chaos but if I only have one project to complete I'll procrastinate until forever. If I have 3 projects and not enough time to finish them I'll go balls to the wall and pull it off in the end. I do my best work under pressure. Just how I'm wired.

liam jarvis says:

one slimline pen? i made 8 in one day

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