Create nice looking ceilings and give your cabinets that custom look with reclaimed wood.
Author: Paul Ricalde
Good stuff, Paul. I have a large stack of pallets waiting to be useful. I always enjoy your videos and look forward to them.
Nice video. A note on safety… using a table saw fence when cross-cutting narrow pieces of wood increases the potential for kick-back. A safe way to make repetitive cuts of the same length, is to clamp a short piece of scrap wood to the tab;e saw fence close to the fence rail. The lumber you are cutting gets referenced to the scrap wood before the start of the cut, but as the lumber moves forward into the blade, the lumber no longer touches the scrap wood or the table saw fence.
I just want to say thank you for your videos …they are great … taught me a lot ..just built new whole gate (replacement to the old one) and would like to send you pic and post these pic … thank you
looking very cool man !!
What kind of sander is that? Thanks!
Paul, I have always enjoyed carpentry but I never pursued it very much. I focused more on automotive stuff and I am also actively pursuing a career in the Fire service. I’ve had to learn a lot on my own. I just came across your videos and I am grateful to see the passion you put into your work. You are informative and easy to understand. Thanks for the knowledge and quality entertainment!
Hit like what?and 1:43 I heard you are not supposed to cut wood in a table saw with the bottom touching the fence since it can produce kickback.Can you inform me why it is ok to do so or not.
Treated pine without a dust mask and inside the home?
(I know, I know being the US they are probably some exotic stuff like cedar or hardwood but I couldn’t let it pass).