Woodworking Income Project: Unique Dodecagon Frames to Sell at Craft Fairs or Online!

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  1. Piotr disse:

    hey, great project, but for people who don't have a milling machine to mill the holes for picture, is it possible to make this holes by the table saw?

  2. exlibrisas disse:

    This guy should have separate add channel. Imagine a channel only with sponsored adds but with this kind of creativity.

  3. sibby58 disse:

    What is the length of each of the 12 pieces? That would determine the size to fit your 4X6 photo.

  4. MDF RESCUER disse:

    Easy, but again very creative.

  5. Ezra Smith disse:

    you should make a video about you bandsaw

  6. Betty P disse:

    Omfg that Harry's ad XD

  7. Wildman Tech disse:

    We're having a neighborhood craft fair in a few weeks. I'll make some of these and let know know how it goes.

  8. scott mclean disse:

    Hay jus thought of a great mini easy project for you to show your viewers. A bread bin. could incorporate extra parts for sugar and coffee jars which are always nxt to the bread

  9. Hey Steve, great project!

    Ive noticed that you've used spray laquer in a few of your projects. I tried this on a few projects of mine (rebel alliance logo clock that I made for my husbands bday & a 3D chess board). However, I'm not sure if I sprayed the laquer too much, too little, from too far away or maybe too close because it kind of made the grain a bit rough. I sanded the projects to a really smooth finish before spraying the laquer. Maybe the brand I used?

    Can you give a southern girl some tips on what I could be doing wrong or what/how I should be laquering the projects? Thanks so much & keep up the awesome ideas & work! Love ❤️ your channel.

  10. Ye Myo disse:

    Hi Steve,. I wanna make some my wife who loves pictures! I think these ones are unique. I'm wondering what changes I need to make for other sizes such as 5×7?

  11. Bala Chandar disse:

    Very attractive and precise frames.
    When you mentioned dodecagon, I thought you were going to use Incra miter gauge to get the required precision. But you managed to get the needed accuracy by using a digital angle gauge.
    Just as you cut the bevel for the entire length in one go (for the second batch), would it not be convenient to cut the continuous slot also in one go instead of having to use the router later?

  12. Maxid1 disse:

    Well this has given yet another use for my Bedazzler!

  13. Bex Key disse:

    Definitely an idea for presents!

  14. Nice video Steve, this is a neat project thanks for sharing. >:)…JP

  15. Ethan Rhodig disse:

    Why do you flip the board over every time when you cut it on the table saw

  16. That razor almost made me feel like shaving my beard off. Nearly

  17. Felix Boecker disse:

    Thank you for a superb channel! You have given me lots of inspiration and ideas.

    For a project like this … do you need to use a cross-cutting sled? What are the advantages of using a cross-cutting sled? Why not just use the rip fence as a guide?


  18. Milan Spasic disse:

    this guy has potential to be famous

  19. Great project Steve! These look like they will be super easy to make. I might try with your Weird Wood Staining Techniques and give them out as gifts.

  20. Pete M disse:

    The tape trick to band the segments works better if you face the pieces down and then can press the tape onto the wood.  Also, in any line-up like this, it helps to make a layout board with stops/fences at 90 degrees so you can just line the pieces up quickly, then apply tape.  And, you don't have to use a long strip of tape at first:  attach each next piece of wood with a short bit of tape to secure in place, then when you have the whole layout, do another piece of tape the whole length.  The tape trick does work really well.  Nice project with the dohecx whatever!

  21. why does my frame come out to big for a 4×6 photo? cutting board long way.

  22. I can not figure where I went wrong. My frame is too small for a 4 x 6 picture. The outside edge is two inches and I double checked that I'm using a 4 x 6 picture. My picture is just too big for the frame.

  23. Thanks for the metric "translation" from Italy! 😉 😉 😉

  24. I'm going to make some of these to give to my kid's teachers. I'll let you know how they like them.

  25. John Turner disse:

    those are really cool. think i am gonna have to try some of these

  26. Nuclear_ Nube disse:

    that was an ad I really liked!

  27. so it's 2 inches before u angle the blade or after?

  28. If your cuts need to be 15*, why did you set the saw to 75*?

  29. "Heh, if you know what I mean" lol your videos are amazing! Keep making those subtle (not!) jokes.

  30. Can you please show us how u made the one with the back like a traditional Frame

  31. jem8472 disse:

    I might have a go at this at some point. I don't have a table saw so I think I will have to make each one on their own rather than cut up one long made up piece.

  32. Hey Mr. Steve. Is there any other way to cut the slots? Because I'm not really handy with a router. 🙂

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