Here's another great project plan for you from Kreg. This time, follow along as HGTV's Jeff Devlin walks you through the steps to build a beautifully distressed bookcase (distressed not your style? Don't worry, you can customize however you want)
Watch the 4 videos, don't forget to download the accompanying project plan by clicking the button , and be sure to leave us your thoughts and opinions by commenting below.
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Jeff did a great job with this project. I like the simplicity as well as the personality. To many times woodworks have personalities that should be left in the basement shop. Great use of the tool with an eye to simple and cost wise. I am sure I will make a couple of these. I'm thinking gifts. (Not the first time I made something I didn't need)
I am new to HVLP sprayers, I would like to purchase a good all around sprayer. What kind is in the video? Do you like it? Would you recommend it?
Interesting video. Great to see I am not the only one with a small shop.
I think the Kreg is all about making cases, and framing. (And repairs now and then of course), So it should be simple to adapt this to any project you can dream of. The limit of the Kreg is set only by the limits your own imagination. I wish I'd bought a Kreg years ago. 10/10 for this video.
I agree... there should be more up close views of the screws being installed, how it pulls the joint together, etc. and LESS talk about it.
Otherwise, a very nice project.
Great video. I think I'll be making one of these. I don't know what all the fuss is about the talking. The guy seems personable, is easily understood and produces a very nice product. IMHO.
Of course, there's always someone out there that has to complain. Maybe the critics can step up and make a better video? I'm game to watch it!
Always willing to learn.
I watched the section on using the cross-cut sled.
When Jeff was cutting on his left side of he blade, his 'flapping shirt-cuff' came very close to that blade. Not being a kill joy, but if the blade picked up that cuff... One arm gone
It happens in a split-second and there are no second chances Jeff. Roll up your sleeves when using a table-saw, especially one without a guard.