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Building Raised Garden Beds

06-04-2018 02:39 AM by woodify | 803 comments »

I built some raised garden beds for the backyard.View on YouTube

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Stop Squeaky Doors

08-04-2018 07:02 PM by woodify | 554 comments »

I made a quick tip video on how I stop my door hinges from squeaking. View on YouTube

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Sanding machine communication line and ground line burnout.

01-05-2019 04:49 PM by fkwoodcnc | 354 comments »

The cause of the burnout is caused by burning the earth wire. 1. Change the earth wire first. 2. Remove the neutral wire with the red mark. 3. Replace the two burnt communication wires. Last time we suggest that the earth wire must grounded well. Please check attached picture. We marked yellow is ground terminal block.On earth wire must be settled under the ground 1.5 meter with a metal bar.

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Repair a leaky Garden Hose Connection

08-12-2018 05:58 PM by woodify | 321 comments »

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Building a Wood Fence #1: Installing a Gate Latch

07-21-2019 01:49 AM by woodify | 318 comments »

I upgraded the latch on my fence. Here’s how:View on YouTube

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Ceiling mount your extension ladder

05-06-2018 02:43 AM by woodify | 204 comments »

In this video I show you how to mount an extension ladder on the ceiling. View on YouTube

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Building the Arch Top Bookshelf

06-16-2018 05:30 PM by BenhamDesign | 192 comments »

This bookshelf was built using walnut to follow the existing architecture of the home and to spruce up the curved drywall corners that where previously installed as the ache. The interior designer of the project had the alcove of the bookshelf faux painted with a metallic paint to reflect light. then had an electrician come in and backlit the walnut trim to make the bookshelf glow. If you are interested in how it was built please watch the video Video Recap When I went to the cli...

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Garage door opener, gotta share this, unusual, unique design. one moving part.

11-21-2011 02:20 AM by Craftsman on the Lake | 143 comments »

Update two years later 9/16/13: The opener is still working like the day I bought it. First one that’s lasted this long on my large wooden door. I don’t know where exactly to put this so I guess a blog entry is the best. First of all I am just a guy in Maine with an 18 ft wood garage door. Heavy and older. (the door… I guess me too) Anyway, I am not in any way affiliated with any garage door people or companies or stores that sell them. I’ve had a few garage door...

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Remodeling a family cottage #4: Window casings and LED lighting

08-08-2013 09:25 PM by Craftsman on the Lake | 111 comments »

Well, it’s been awhile. I got all the oak planed and jointed and made all the window sills and casings and got them installed. I also installed the oak facing on the underside of the header from the load bearing wall I tore down a ways back. I installed some LED light strips on both sides of the header. They have an RF controller so that I can change colors, flash, strobe, blend, dim, etc. The power supply sits in a cavity on the wall where all the internet stuff resides. this will b...

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Kitchen Cabinet Doors

01-14-2019 05:17 PM by Renaissance_Man | 65 comments »

Having seen one of my earlier attempts at making kitchen cabinet doors (which weren’t all that great), my wife informed me that she wanted new kitchen cabinet doors for her birthday. A little background. Our kitchen cabinets are original to the house (and made to look like the dark, rather tacky looking Tudor design which was popular back then), which was built in 1972. Made of 1/2 inch particle board, they were covered in this sort of industrial grade contact paper stuff, which had...

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