Welcome to a new Training Update.
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1. Simple but very effective Doweling Jig
We started this series off in the last update, but here’s the full set of videos…
Full side dowel jig intro – click here
How to make this full side dowel jig – click here
Classic use for this full side dowel jig – click here
Using the same jig for assembling along edges – click here
2. No Splinter Cross Cutting
A simple and straightforward method for using a cross cut saw without splintering your wood – click here
3. Replace Mortise and Tenon Joints with Dowels
An effective way to build your furniture with simple but strong dowel joints – click here
4. DIY Cam Jig
Just like the full side dowel jig, and really just an extension of it, another easy to make jig at your fingertips.
5. Design Enhancements in Polyboard
6. StairDesigner, Polyboard and SketchUp at work together
How to accurately design a cupboard with a sloping roof under a stair – click here
7. Define the number of straight steps and winders in StairDesigner
Using winding coefficients to limit the number of winders – click here
8. Framed Cabinets
How to add face frames to your furniture – click here
9. Advanced Plinths
How to tweak them so they extend up to or beyond your cabinet or other piece of furniture – click here
10. Create Blum Aluminium Profiles for Handle-less Doors and Drawers
Please note, these 2 videos show how to represent the metal handle profiles in your projects. Next we’ll create a video to show you how to set up your Manufacturing Method for the handle notches.
11, Modifying drawers with Manufacturing Methods
In this case, adjusting the position of the base of the drawers so they overpass the front and back; use a Manufacturing Method to automate your set up each and every time – click here
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