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SMALL SHOP PROJECTS - DVD#

SMALL SHOP PROJECTS - DVD#
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Become a wizard at creating beautiful keepsakes from all that saved scrap with Small Shop Projects. In this one-of-a-kind DVD, woodworker Jim Cummins shows you how to transform small scrap you can't bear to throw away into a valued treasure. You'll learn several variations on making intriguing boxes ... and discover a level of precision and technical wizardry that enhances all of your work. You'll also learn how to: Match grain in hexagonal boxes Set up a saw for multi-sided boxes Create a sliding fulcrum lid Build a puzzle box Make splined mitered doors The next best thing to a private lesson. Small Shop Projects takes you right into expert woodworker Jim Cummins' shop for an unforgettable 60-minute lesson. You'll see firsthand exactly how to do the work -- the tools, the techniques, and the subtle rhythms of each process. Impossible to miss a single step! Go directly to the chapter you want to watch and replay it as often as you want. Master it before you move on! Meet your teacher -- woodworking expert Jim Cummins. Jim was an editor of Fine Woodworking magazine for seven years, and then ran a framing business in Woodstock, New York.

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