My Growth Rings with Scott Markwood

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🔴 LIVE STUMPED? Q&A: How to Make Fast, Perfect Wooden Circles

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My Growth Rings with Scott Markwood

Watch it here: https://youtu.be/j4ZQ28EysM4

This LIVE video is the mid-week follow-up to this past weekend's video titled: "How to Make Fast, Perfect Wooden Circles". If you missed it, catch it here: https://youtu.be/sP4bZaW6vqo

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SCARY!!! Safely Routing Large Profiles on Small Wooden Circles

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My Growth Rings with Scott Markwood

Watch it here: https://youtu.be/zPKVNuLsb6g

Continuing on the build of the hurricane candle bases, today I'm routing the edge profile with a rather large bit, considering the size of these discs. There's also a little lesson about router slippage!

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Drilling "Tippy" Wood Parts: A Simple Drill Press Fixture

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My Growth Rings with Scott Markwood

Watch it here: https://youtu.be/mv7EXIth1pI

Continuing on the build of the hurricane candle bases, today I'm laying out and drilling for three wooden "feet", directly over a large router profile, which is creating a rather "tippy" foundation.

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The LOST Episode! STUMPED? Q&A: Safely Routing Large Profiles on Small Wooden Circles

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My Growth Rings with Scott Markwood

Watch it here: https://youtu.be/bdy8cTpFDP4

This was supposed to be the mid-week follow-up to last weekend's video on routing the edges of small circles. If you missed it, be sure to catch it here: https://youtu.be/zPKVNuLsb6g
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Criminally Overlooked Joinery Machine You Probably Never Heard Of

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My Growth Rings with Scott Markwood

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The "Joint-Matic" was a stand-alone router-based tool that was produced by Shopsmith in the 90's. It was a reimagining of an earlier, expensive, and frankly overbuilt tool known as the "Strong Designs Joint-Matic", and was criminally overlooked by non-Shopsmith woodworkers who assumed that it must be a toy. Boy, were they wrong. This is the first of a short series of videos on this versatile tool and there's lots more to come, including how to use it to make a complete raised panel door. Is it as versatile as Matthias Wandel's Pantorouter? Nope. But then again you don't have to build it or pay $1000+ for it!
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STUMPED? Q&A: Shopsmith Joint-Matic Introduction

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My Growth Rings with Scott Markwood

Watch it here: https://youtu.be/EtwXQ3QNf4c

This is the follow-up to this past weekend's video. If you missed it, catch it here: https://youtu.be/hnGVQXQrMaA The "Joint-Matic" was a stand-alone router-based tool that was produced by Shopsmith in the 90's. It was a reimagining of an earlier, expensive, and frankly overbuilt tool known as the "Strong Designs Joint-Matic", and was criminally overlooked by non-Shopsmith woodworkers who assumed that it must be a toy. Boy, were they wrong. This is the first of a short series of videos on this versatile tool and there's lots more to come, including how to use it to make a complete raised panel door. Is it as versatile as Matthias Wandel's Pantorouter? Nope. But then again you don't have to build it or pay $1000+ for it!
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Introducing the New Shopsmith Mark 4!

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My Growth Rings with Scott Markwood

Watch it here: https://youtu.be/l2ukWComqyQ

The Shopsmith Mark 4 is a new stripped-down 4-in-One multipurpose machine that can be used as starting point for Shopsmith woodworking for those who want to start with a factory-fresh and fully warrantied tool.
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STUMPED? Q&A: The New Shopsmith Mark 4 with Tom from "Woodshop Nerdery"

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My Growth Rings with Scott Markwood & special guest Thomas Purk from Woodshop Nerdery

Watch it here: https://youtu.be/m4lbHl3bNMg

Joining me for this follow-up Q&A for the Shopsmith Mark 4 introduction video is Youtuber Tom, from Woodshop Nerdery. If you aren't yet subscribed to Tom, it's time to remedy that situation! Click here: https://www.youtube.com/c/woodshopner...

If you missed the previous introduction video, catch it here: https://youtu.be/l2ukWComqyQ
The Shopsmith Mark 4 is a new stripped-down 4-in-One multipurpose machine that can be used as starting point for Shopsmith woodworking for those who want to start with a factory-fresh and fully warrantied tool.
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Great episode and great crossover with the Nerdery show. Throughout the video I was in solid agreement with at least one of you all the time. I was not surprised to hear about so many professionals enjoying woodworking and the appeal of a Shopsmith to them, I have met so many of them over the years. Coming out of the systems software world the polymorphic functionality of the Shopsmith had great appeal to me, maybe others felt the same, or also like me simply thought they were cool.
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Re: My Growth Rings with Scott Markwood

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I don't know that these guys sold a lot of Mark 4's in that video but I was worried that Scott advertising the Power Station (etc.) caster sets on sale might cause a run on them. IIUC these are the same as M5 casters plus adapter plates, someone that knows please confirm. And they are somewhat less pricey than standard M5 casters, which are also on sale but at a higher price. (Makes no sense if the caster assemblies are the same, but...)

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