5 Woodworking Tips Every Beginner Needs To Know
5 Woodworking Tips Every Beginner Needs To Know
5 Woodworking Tips Every Beginner Needs to Know. Also check out my Top 13 Pocket Hole Tips and Tricks https://youtu.be/a_gfVo2-LX4
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0:10 Removing Stripped Screws
1:20 How to get Inside Measurements
2:48 Drilling Without Tear Out
3:50 Cutting Tips and Tricks
5:38 Pocket Holes for Beginners
Really great tips re the stripped screws and inside measurements. I also have an old relic folding wooden measuring device with the brass piece that slides out. Just get within 4-5 inches , slide it out and there ya go. Your way is awesome as well. Thanks for sharing these. God bless.
Another good idea to get those inside measurements, make yourself a sliding dovetail , and 45 degree the ends, install a thumb screw , use like a telescoping slide, the 45 degree ends allows you to get up nice and tight. Put into position, tighten thumb screw and measure with your tape afterwards for a solid measurement. And your right brother about those pocket holes, they are super strong joinery with a little glue, I believe it was one of your videos that convinced me to use pocket holes, I wasn’t a fan based on the blue plastic brand, but once you did a review on that sweet Messca I was sold and never looked back since. Cheers Matt , awesome job
Top 13 Pocket Hole Tips and Tricks: https://youtu.be/a_gfVo2-LX4
One thing that’s worth mentioning. For woodworking, I *love* the Fastcap flat-tape. No more fighting with the bend, no more parallex issues. Love it!
Great tips Matt, I like the Miter saw blade to get that last smidgen off
AMEN to the bonus information, JESUS is LORD
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Amen brother!! Keep sharing the LOVE OF CHRIST!!
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Great tips!! I knew there must be an intelligent way to measure the inside of a cabinet 🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯 thanks for the tips!!
Actually knew all these tips for once.
Thank you for spreading the word through the bonus material. It’s always refreshing to see people use their platform to elevate Jesus.
Even better than your building tips are your T-shirts!!
I got a fastcap million dollar stick to hold small pieces close to the miter saw… I only had to pickup one finger at a job site and learned the danger is real.
He was a skilled carpenter but did a giant job of composite floor prior to a high end built in closet and the blade had worn out and become dangerous without his knowledge. The dull blade ripped a small piece quickly to the side and his finger went with the force of the wood under and he lost a finger :-/.
Love the content, thanks for sharing!
The easiest way is take your oscillating rool and put a Grove into the screw head
Nice job with the bonus tip link. You do a great job of spreading the word without being pushing and in your face about it.
Best bonus ever!
Thank you for your videos I sure enjoy them I love gain knowledge you give to us . God bless your family and everyone
I love that flag with the diamond plate brother!!!
Number 4. Make so much sense but never thought of it thank you
Thanks for the tips. and The Story!
I’m old school and use a folding rule with the extension that measures another 6", but some people don’t like to carry a rule because they only measure up to 6′ 6".
How think are the acrylic templates?
Matt – LOVE the bonus vid!! I watched it this week, at about the mid-point of Lent, and was reminded of the importance of this time in our calendar; preparing these 40 days to remember His ultimate sacrifice and His glorious resurrection. Thank you for that!!!
PS: the tips are great also!!
Another good one Matt. I’m still pretty new at this and your tip about sneaking up on cuts is a great one. I think this will help a lot. I get so frustrated when I have these little gaps and have been just cutting another piece. Wish I’d have known it sooner. Thanks for what you do.
Never hit the handle of a screwdriver with a hammer, tool safety 101, use a chisel and wear eye protection.
Ty for the tip learn a couple of new things but most of all thank you for the extra I really enjoyed The Story I shared it with my Facebook friends and family a long with your tips.
I always clamp a scrap piece of wood to the back of whatever I’m making a hole in to stop blow out. Works every time and saves having to stop start! Good tips
Pocket holes are wood workings gateway joint
Awesome, the stripped screw tip was amazing. Never thought of using something rubber.
Thanks Matt. You hit another one out of the park. This is now in my saved list!
Nice work! Great ideas!
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Hey why don’t you have the delta miter saw anymore ?
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When you do your pocket holes do you glue the boards as well?
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The cake is a lie
Thanks man …tips and tricks that actually are usefull…great job
I love your choice in tools. I am a Ridgid guy myself.
The saw blade deflection is definitely something I’ll be using. So simple!
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Nice tips. I sometimes forget that what’s "common" practice to me with woodworking ain’t so common to others new to the trade.
To add to your "drilling a clean hole" segment….I’ll typically use a sacrificial piece of wood under that piece being drilled. By having that, your tricking Mr. Drillbit into thinking he’s drilling through a thicker board…but AHH HAA!!! Fooled you Mr. Drillbit. No tear out.
Also, if I’m doing alot of pre-drilling, say, pilot holes, especially in pine, I like to have a paste wax on hand. I’ll dip the bit (after being chucked) into the wax and then begin drilling. Reapply every few holes or so.
This allows the bit to "glide" through the wood easier and keeps the bit from becoming sticky. As well, a bit of the wax gets in the hole allowing the screw to drive through easier too.
Thanks for the tips.
If I need to pick one to start with would you recommend a sliding miter saw or a table saw. Primarily for making cutting boards and bird houses.
For inside measures I cut a short stick a specific length. 5 inches, 10 inches, whatever, but make it exact. Set it against one side, measure over to it from the other side, add the two together.
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