A Woodworking Joint That Every Beginner Should Know
A Woodworking Joint That Every Beginner Should Know
Leah demonstrates how to make a lap joint with two pieces of wood, using very few tools.
Link to Tools that Leah uses in the video:
Skil Circular Saw: http://amzn.to/2yvv67O
Swanson Speed Square: http://amzn.to/2yvbXD7
Stanley Sweetheart Chisel Set: http://amzn.to/2BrfDLM
Link to video on how to make your own centering jig (like the one Leah used in the video): https://youtu.be/Mfa9bhjNAAE
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I liked when you chisled the leftover wood on the bottom satisfying
Leah, question; what do you think about the new battery operated saws, specifically the Dewalt 60V 7 1/4" framing saw, compared to the old reliable corded Skillsaw? I’m shopping around and was wondering which one you would choose? Use would be for a mixture of home owner and part time odd jobs. Thanks in advance!
I love the bandage and the smashed finger! She’s legit
Centering jig blew my mind. Every time I think I’m getting past "total noob" stage I find something else really basic I’ve never heard of before!
I like you ans like jour vidéos…bravo
hey jane, maybe you can make a series of dvds of all the segments you’ve made about the tools you talked about. it be great for students who have never picked up a tool in his/her life but just doesnt know where to start. or like me who likes to learn more about the tool im using and use it better. tape measure was one, carpenter pencil, and the framing or combo square. great vids. put all segments into a dvd or two, i just may purchase one set.
I love Leah she is great at everything she does I enjoy her videos:)
why not use a router ? I’m lazy
Thanks, Leah! Learning things I should have learned over 40 years ago.
I really enjoy your videos, so educational!
Just look and learn much more about it from woodprix.
Everyone, when you make those cutouts, don’t forget to check the size you’re making with the piece of wood that you plan to put in there. :¬)
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Is that a band-aid on your hand? Run outta duct tape?
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Could u use a router instead of a chisel to clean up the joints?
Leah I just discovered your channel and I just love your videos. I am learning so much from your videos. You are an awesome teacher. Keep the videos coming.
Should be a school (woodwork) instructor !
could you please show and explain the centering jig.
Centering Jig????? Cool.
Half lap reminds me of the old fashioned Christmas tree stand we had when I was a child.
Leah, once again you make me smile watching you work. Great Job! BTW, how about showing us how you flatten the chisels and sharpen them? Thanks!
Ma’am can u make a video, making centering jig thank you I learned alot.
You are such an AWESOME teacher. That’s for sharing.
Leah, I cannot thank you enough for your videos. Every one I’ve seen has immediately impacted my work. I like your style the best of anyone.
Leah…. I love your videos…. I am a retired/beginning wood worker that knows very little about woodworking. Your videos are my go to for advice when I have no idea how I am going to do something . THANK YOU 👍👍
love the band-aid and purple fingernail. you be workin!
I see bandages on your fingers…they look like my fingers…LOL…love your videos, this technique not new to me but I’m sure someone learned something.
Thanks – Great Instruction for any Age.
Excellent teaching method. Love your video
Best teacher on youtube. Never stop!
In Denmark, the "biscuits" are called "fish". 😛
You are a gifted teacher. It’s such a pleasure to learn from you .
I’m building a drafting cart for my huge dog. He’s in need of real exercise. That’s when I found you and you are invaluable for advice .
You have admirer
New subscriber and new woodworker here. As I’ve been going through your old videos I can’t tell you how helpful they are and how many things I pick up. I’m blown away by the center jig. Never even occurred to me.
Huh, Never thought to use a Speed square like this. Thanks ya, Leah!
shes like a dentist…..
It boggles the mind how anyone could Thumbs Down your insightful, informative, and well made videos that help so many.
Even though there are a lot of things that I know in the trade already, I know how these help so many others and I make sure to Thumbs Up the video before I move on, to counter these goblins.
A ‘rock’ solid joint… made of wood. Lol. Cool video though.
Thank you Leah!
Never mind. I found it! "You can do this", only with information that you so humbly provide! Thank you so much!
this is why the carpenter god invented a dado blade….
I wish I had you as a teacher back when I was a young man, your good at what you do. thank you
Here’s a way to joint or shape work pieces that are too small to hold in a vise. Flip a hand plane upside down and clamp it in your bench vise. Now you can pass the wood over the plane to joint the edge.
I like you…with your brain & my back we could get all kinds of work done!
Woah a centering jig! Tell me you’ve done a video explaining how to make one of those?
Love your channel and teaching style. Although I know how to do most of what you do, I look at it as a refresher. I’ve also shared your channel with my sons.
Thank you, great tips. I’m off to watch more. This is just what I need.
Honestly you center jig was an eye opener. Where had that been my whole life. Thanks